If you’re interested in sports headphones, you can’t get past the Jaybird brand. That’s why I’ve been working on it and tested the Jaybird X3 for you. Jaybird is a subsidiary of Logitech and specializes in wireless sports headphones. The X3 is the first model of the company which appears after the takeover. Since the X2 version has already received many positive reviews, the bar is very high.
Even the packaging makes a high-quality impression. The front of the package is equipped with a magnetic clip so that prospective buyers can take a look at the headphones themselves before making the actual purchase. These rest in a foam shell and can be easily removed from it. Underneath you will find each individually packed to save space:
- silicone ear cushions in three sizes
- Secure-Fit ear inserts / ear fins in three sizes
- Earmolds in three sizes (sweat resistant, for sports)
- USB charging cable
- Cable management clips
- Clothing clip
- Sport carrier bag
Unfortunately, I noticed that the foam attachments were not quite clean. One of the attachments still had remains of forming in the workshop and was therefore not quite round, but oval and still had remains in the middle. This is a pity, but you can easily fix it with a small pair of scissors.