Some time ago I was busy with the Jaybird X3, which I was allowed to test. These are good mid-range in-ear headphones that can’t be fooled. But you can still put a scoop on it. In this case the manufacturer Jaybird offers the model Freedom. Just like the X3, these are wireless sports headphones that can be paired with other devices via Bluetooth. In this article I would like to deal with the similarities and differences between the two models.
Packaging and Contents
The packaging of the Jaybird Freedom corresponds stylistically to that of the X3. There is a flap with magnets, which provide a view of the contents from the outside. The headphones are presented almost identically, you know immediately that they are a Jaybird product.
In terms of content, there are also no major deviations from the X3. The only thing that strikes me positively is that the Freedom Model comes with four instead of three ear fin sets. The gradations seem milder and I quickly found the right size for me. In addition, a slightly different charging clip is supplied, which accommodates four of the eight hours of battery life promised.
- silicone ear cushions in three sizes
- Secure-Fit ear inserts / ear fins in four sizes
- Earmolds in three sizes (sweat resistant, for sports)
- USB charging cable
- Cable management clips two pieces
- Clothing clip
- Sport carrier bag