Jaybird Run True Wireless Headphones Review: A Complete Guide

Martin Wilson

Jul 27, 2022

The Jaybird Run headphones are fantastic for use in athletic settings. They are not wired headphones but wireless ones that are comfortable to wear in the ear and remain in place. Even though their case is a bit larger than other true wireless charging cases, it is still lightweight and simple to transport. They are also stable enough to be used for working out, provided that the additional stability fins are properly fitted. Unfortunately, the placement of their buttons might make them difficult to operate, as you must choose between adjusting the volume and skipping songs. This is a little bit disheartening to hear. Because of their latency, it isn't easy to view movies or play games on their platform. Additionally, both their control and casing systems need improvement. Here we will do a complete Jaybird Run true wireless headphones review.


The Jaybird Run headphones look pretty tough and strong for truly wireless headphones. Most in-ear headphones are about the same size as these. Like the Sony WF-1000X Truly Wireless and the Bose SoundSport Free Truly Wireless, they don't stick out of your ears. They look good and are easily spotted from a distance because they are two different colors. When you look at how they're made, it's clear that they don't feel as high-end as the Apple AirPods Truly Wireless or the Samsung Gear IconX Truly Wireless.


The Jaybird Run earbuds are light and angled, which makes them a little more comfortable than most in-ear headphones like the Jabra Elite Sport Truly Wireless or the Jabra Elite 65t Truly Wireless. They come with four sizes of tips and four extra stability tips to help you find the right fit, but they still put a little pressure inside the ear canal. Even if they fit your ears a little better than average, these won't be the best choice if you don't find in-ear headphones comfortable.


The Jaybird Run has a good set of features and ways to control them, but it can be hard to use. They can switch between calls and music, skip tracks, and be controlled by voice with Google Assistant or Siri, but they don't have a default volume control, and you can't triple-press to rewind or repeat. To change the volume, you have to switch between different control scheme profiles. Once you do that, you can't use the voice-enabled controls or skip tracks simultaneously, which is a bummer. Because of where the buttons are, you also have to push the earbuds deeper into your ear canal to change songs.


They are a great headset for sports because they fit in your ear and don't have a cord. Since they do not cover your ears, the Jaybird Run will not significantly increase or decrease your body temperature no matter how strenuously or long you exercise. Due to their in-ear design as well as stability claws, they do keep some heat in the outer ear; however, the difference is tiny and will not make you sweat more than normal.

Build Quality

The Jaybird Run is strong and made to last. The earbuds feel sturdy enough that if they fall a few times, they shouldn't break. Sad to say, the case feels cheap and is made of cheap plastic. Overall, they're well-made and should last a long time, but they don't feel as high-end as the Jabra Elite Active 65t Truly Wireless or the Apple AirPods Truly Wireless. Also, they don't have an official IPX rating for sweat and water resistance, which is odd. The IPX7 rating for the newer Jaybird Run XT Truly Wireless models is good for sports headphones.


Jaybird Run headphones are great for sports. They fit snugly in the ear and have multiple fins that help keep them in place. Even if you work out hard, they don't move around much once they're in your ears. They help you better fit because they have more tips and stability fins than the JBL FreeX Truly Wireless. But you can't change the tips on the fly like you can with the Google Pixel Buds 2017 Wireless. This means the tips won't be as stable if they aren't the right size.

Final Words

The Jaybird Run headphones are good for sports and can be used without a cord. They work with the Jaybird MySound app, which lets you change how they sound. They are comfortable, small, and keep out noise well enough for most situations. Most things can use them because of this, but sports are where they shine. They have too much treble for critical listening, and the latency is too high for gaming and watching movies.

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