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Take Jaybird’s new true wireless earbuds for a swim

The Jaybird Run XT currently costs $179.99


Jaybird has announced the Run XT true wireless earbuds. These earbuds are for runners, as the name suggests. The Run XT earbuds are IPX7 certified, which means they can be submerged up to one meter for 30 minutes, unlike the Run model.Jaybird, Bose and Beats are the best workout earbuds.

The battery life remains the same at 12 hours when using the supplied charging case. Although the build is unchanged, Jaybird Run XT has two new color options: black flash or storm-gray.

Jaybird allows listeners to take full advantage the Jaybird app which allows for granular and EQ adjustments. The user’s profile is saved to the earbuds so that it can be used across multiple devices and without the need to adjust EQ preferences. The app will also support podcast playback and will be available within the next few weeks, according to the exercise-friendly company.

The Jaybird Run XT currently costs $179.99

Will the Jaybird XT be able to give other people a run for their buck?

The IP55 JLab Epic Air Elite Earbuds are water- and dust-resistant.The IP55 JLab Epic Air Elite Earbuds are water- and dust-resistant.

True-wireless earbuds are much more advanced than USB_C headphones. Although connectivity is still a problem, it is becoming more reliable. The Jaybird Run XT was a significant leap forward a year ago. However, athletes might find it difficult to justify the higher price of truly wireless earbuds.

Listeners who are on the fence might benefit from the Plantronics BackBeat Fit3100 or JLab Epic Air Elite, which are significantly less expensive than the Run XT.

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