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The following is a review of the JayBird Sportsband Bluetooth Headphones by http://running4themasses.wordpress.com their blog contains “Information about running for and Ordinary Average Joe”
Recently, I reviewed the Plantronic 903+ BackBeat Bluetooth Headphones. They are one of the nicer Bluetooth headphones on the market.
However; there is one brand that I think stands head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to Bluetooth headphones and headphones designed for working out. The company is Jaybird.
I highly recommend you check out their website at the link about for their complete product rundown and description of all of their product lines.
For close to a year now, I’ve been using the Jaybird Sportsband 2 (pictured above) and per my previous review of the Plantronics headphones, have mixed the 903+ into the mix. I had a run last night, and decided I wanted to use the Jaybird headphones, and I am glad I did. I forgot how much I love these headphones. (more…)
Use the stickers to enter our photo contest
Having trouble finding headphones that actually work in the gym? And by work, I mean they don’t fall, don’t blow out if they get sweaty and don’t cause a nuisance with their wires hanging down your torso? If you’re like me in this – not only can I NOT work out without music, but I am constantly searching for some good headphones to use – you should probably check out Jaybird’s Freedom Bluetooth Wireless Headphones.
I was lucky enough to get sent a pair of these and they are awesome. It takes a few minutes to figure out where everything goes (probably because there are so many little additions), but once you get the fit customized to your ear, the music never wavers and the fit never slides. There are three sizes of ear tips and three sizes of secure ear cushions and at first, I couldn’t quite figure out what to do with everything. Once I did figure it out and got it customized, it almost felt like a magnet to my ear. It never moved. The honey comb center of the ear tip gives a balanced amount of resistance against the back bowl of the ear (top, back and bottom), thus holding the ear tip securely forward in the ear. (more…)
We have been handing out our JayBird logo stickers at events and will be including stickers in JayBird Freedom 3 and Sportsband Bluetooth (SB2) headphones.
To enter our JayBird Sticker Contest:
1. Use these stickers and take a great SPORTS/FITNESS/OUTDOOR photo with the sticker shown in the photo.
2. Go to http://www.facebook.com/Jaybirdgear and “like” the JayBird Facebook page.
3. Post your SPORTS/FITNESS/OUTDOOR photo on our wall.
4. Tag yourself and JayBird in the photo.
Winning photos will be posted on our Facebook page and winners will receive JayBird headphones. Good luck and start posting your SPORTS/FITNESS/OUTDOOR photos today!!!
Below is a great example of a winning photo idea!
DISCLAIMER: Our old stickers did not state that photos needed to be SPORTS / FITNESS / OUTDOOR related photos to win. You can still use the old stickers in our contest; however, your photo must meet our new SPORTS / FITNESS / OUTDOOR requirements to win. Thanks!
Ipad | Bluetooth IPad Headphones – JayBird Sportsband Review
These JayBird Sportsband Bluetooth iPad Headphones are a dazzling seeking way to make your iPad audio spring to life without the prerequisite of the frustrating wires. (more…)
Welcome to week number four of the JayBird photo caption contest!
In order to qualify, head over to our Facebook page at http://www.Facebook.com/Jaybirdgear, make sure you “like” the page, find the photo, and give it your best shot by posting on that string!
Winner will receive JayBird Freedom headphones! Good luck!
Steve Jobs is apparently pushing hard to make the next generation iPods capable of this type of wireless sync, according to Cult of Mac‘s sources. iPods with wireless sync would make the USB cable obsolete. Instead of importing music, movies and apps through Apple’s iconic 30-pin connector, it would automatically sync whenever a user was connected to his or her Wi-Fi network.
I recently attended three stretching seminars, all taught by experienced health and fitness educators, on three consecutive weekends. One seminar focused on stretching muscles that are tight, one focused on activation for muscles that are weak, and the third dealt with how both approaches can be effective. There are many different ways to effectively stretch, so to make sense of all that information, it might be helpful to start by saying this: not everyone responds the same way to stretching, and not every body needs every stretch.
You come home from a long day at work, ready to put your feet up and relax for a while. When you open the door to find your furry friend waiting, hoping that it’s time for a walk or a game of fetch, what do you do? Do you ignore the wagging tail, those big eyes, and that look of excitement? Of course not! You decide that relaxing can wait, and you head out with Fido for a little activity.