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Free yourself.

Music should be a motivation, not a distraction, so enhance your next workout, ride, or hike with the Jaybird Freedom Sprint Bluetooth Buds. The Freedom Sprint is tuned with an emphasis on sub-bass, while reducing the listener fatigue ranges of mids and extreme treble. This results in warm, thumpy beats that let you crank up the volume without wearing out your ears, so you can stay focused on your workout. It's also Bluetooth-enabled so you don't have to worry about getting tangled up in annoying cables, and it has on-ear controls and a built-in microphone to make it easy to change tracks, adjust volume, and manage calls. Plus, it has Jaybird's patented secure fit that won't slip even on long runs or bumpy bike rides, and a lifetime warranty against damage from sweat means you can push yourself as hard as possible without having to worry about ruining your headphones.

  • Sound designed to eliminate listener fatigue
  • Works with any A2DP Bluetooth-enabled device
  • On-ear controls and built-in microphone
  • Patented secure fit
  • Lifetime warranty against sweat damage

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4 5

Nice Buds, But Some Fns Fall Short

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The good is that they are light, offer multiple fitting options, provide great sound quality, and have a relatively sleek appearance.

My experience: I've always wanted a bluetooth headset, so when I got these I was super pumped because I'm on the phone roughly 3hrs/day for work. On my first day I put my old plug-in buds away and had these guys ready to go; first call comes and it's my boss, and the call doesn't connect properly. I couldn't get it to answer using the phones. After apologizing and explaining, I try again on my next call, same thing. Later that day I gave the instructions another read-through and then it worked out the next time.

My difficulty: Even still, I don't think the ON/OFF nor the sync functionality is clear for connecting via bluetooth. I never know when these things are ON/OFF and it's hard to tell how to connect them. I guess I just hold the button down for ten seconds and then hit connect on my computer, but it's not crystal.

Maybe I need to give these more patience, but for now, I stick to using them for running/working out, rather than work calls.