• 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Just a waste

    • Written by from Monrovia

    Stop working with iPhone 6. Couldn't pair or find the device after iWatch introduced. Very bad!!!

    0 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    JayBird BlueBuds X

    • Written by from Haifa

    Stopped working after couple of times

    0 of 3 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great while it works. Died 2 months after warranty expired

    • Written by from San Francisco

    I loved the sound quality and decent battery life of these headphones. I used them almost 4 days a week at the gym without issue switching between my iPhone and Android phone.

    Then during a workout it suddenly announce "Powering down" and since then I've been unable to get it to power back up again and the charging LED will not even flicker on when plugged in.

    So after a 5 star review when first purchased I will now give it a 1 star due to it's short life span and dismal warranty.

    6 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Not for me

    • Written by from Washington

    I wanted to find quality headphones for when I bike and finally decided to go wireless. I had Yurbuds and loved them but they just quit so I wanted to buy something worth it. Need something that locks in my ear because nothing else ever fits. These were the most uncomfortable earbuds I've ever tried on. I'm even considering that it's user error as to why they are so uncomfortable but either way I'm not going to waste time to try and fix it. Returning them tomorrow.

    2 of 4 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Arlington

    These look good. They have good sound. However, the features like the simplicity of turing them off does not work. Epic fail - customer support view is they are rechargeable. The manual, and company (Jaybird) support say they turn off - the rep says that the manual isn't accurate. Overall, these do not stack up to others in the price point. Too many others half the price are better.

    1 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Alway working bad

    • Written by from Dover

    I buy this and after a few months it stop working, I used the warranty I get others new, but today it stop working again, they are great but it's a shame that the get broken that easy.

    2 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Great headphones if you don't plan on sweating

    • Written by from Lenexa

    Listen to the other reviewers on this item. They are great for light workouts - as soon as I get them wet during a hard workout they start malfunctioning. They shut down once like the on/off button was stuck and the second time died all together. Currently trying to pursue a refund

    5 of 8 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Never got to use them other than setup

    • Written by from Westlake

    The first time I took them to the gym, I took them out and one of the ear buds was gone. Pretty worthless at this point. Returning to the Apple Store tomorrow.

    0 of 14 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Estero

    Tried two separate pairs, both have the same issue. Poor bluetooth mic. People on the other end describe it as listening to somebody talking far away in a tunnel. The second pair was worse, they would comment that they could barely hear me speaking. The problem is inconsistent, sometimes it works good, other times, not so. Very frustrating to be the the person on the other end of a bad bluetooth.

    The fit is OK at best and they are bulky and stick out farther than other models. The controls are lacking and could have been designed better.

    The overall size and sound quality is pretty good. But the cord tends to offer resistance when it falls under your shirt and pulls down on the earpieces making them uncomfortable in your ears.

    Overall I'm very disappointed and will be returning the second set. The search continues.

    0 of 2 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Very bad headphones

    • Written by from Iowa City

    I absolutely LOVE the new Apple Earbuds. The fit, the quality, the style...they're brilliant in every way...except: they aren't wireless.

    I bought an Apple Watch, and now is the first time I really need a bluetooth headset. After much searching, I bought these headphones. Wow, what a disappointment.

    - They don't fit in human ears.
    - When you jog or move around at all, you can hear this movement in your ears. If the cord bounces on you, or anything, you hear a thump in the center of your brain. (Note that you can bounce around all you want with Apple earbuds in and you won't hear anything but your music.)
    - They're bulky, and stick way out of your ears.
    - They're not comfortable.
    - They don't sound that good.
    - The switch controller is poorly designed, uncomfortable to use, and ugly to look at.

    - Nice packaging, though a tad overkill.


    I returned the headphones and bought a bluetooth adapter that clips onto your shirt for $30 which will turn the lovely earbuds into wireless headphones!

    1 of 10 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Stopped powering on after 2 months

    • Written by from Vidor

    These bluetooth headphones would get a 5 star review if the had not stopped working. I used them at least 5 times a week since I purchased them and they were great....until I took them off charge for a work out and they would not turn on. You know how expensive these bluetooth headphones are and when you spend the money you expect to get more than two months out of them. Very disappointed about this and will not be purchasing this brand again due to this issue.

    14 of 16 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great until it fails, battery, charging issue.

    • Written by from Madison

    These headphones have a fatal flaw. Great sound, etc, but after a few months it will not charge. The light immediately goes from red (charging) to green (fully charged) in a matter of seconds. The blue buds will then refuse to power on. What a #FAIL. By the looks of it, this is a faulty product since so many have had the same issue.

    11 of 11 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Good sound...very poor battery lifespan

    • Written by from NEW HAVEN

    I have had three pair of JayBird. The last time I tried the premium BlueBuds with better hopes. Same problem...They worked very well for two months. Then it stopped holding any battery charge. I had to return them.

    6 of 7 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Don't be misled by the crafty packaging....

    • Written by from Dallas

    I find it hard to believe that a group of well educated designers/engineers could have ever signed off on this design. I'll just list the cons. Bulky buds don't stay in your ears. Cheap feel to buds. They supply a plethora of different fitting pieces because they know they aren't going to fit in the first place. Way to much extra cord. They provide a cheap clip type item that you have to wind the wire up in to keep it from dangling on the back of your neck. I've purchased two sets of BlueBuds hoping the design would improve and neither set made it past 24 hours.

    I'm unbiased towards brands and I just have to tell anyone considering these buds.......if your serious about music or sports,....go with the Plantronics BackBeat Fit. You'll be much happier.

    8 of 12 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Power on / charging issues

    • Written by from Singapore

    I have had the same problem with power as others have highlighted before.
    Essentially you cannot turn on the earphones even after charging them. If you connect a USB cable for about two seconds, and power on the earphones immediately, they can power on and will carry on as long as there is something playing. If you pause for even 5 seconds, they stop working and power down. You cannot turn them on until you insert some USB cable again.

    It is mysterious - either the battery has not charged but it think it is fully charged. Or the battery is charged but the device does not recognize it and therefore does not turn on.

    JayBird customer service advised me to reset the device. That seemed to help but was deceptive. Within a week it was back to the old state.

    Does anyone have any idea how to fix this? Apart from this, the earphones are fantastic but this is a complete dealbreaker since they simply do not power on / work.

    4 of 5 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Dead after 3 months

    • Written by from sao paulo

    I bought the JayBird BlueBuds in november/2014 at the Apple Store in Orlando. It worked perfectly for 3 months. Deep bass, good sound and easy connection. I used them to workout in the gym 2 hours a day, from mondays to fridays. But, suddenly, they began to turn on and off repeatedly and I cannot use them anymore.. I do not recommend these headphones.

    14 of 15 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Worst fitting earbuds

    • Written by from Burlington

    They constantly fell out. Good luck trying to get them to fit.

    6 of 9 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    Would have gotten a 5 star rating...

    • Written by from Edmonton

    I purchased these earbuds on December 18th 2014. I used them in the gym and I used them outside. They stood up very well and never once fell out of my ears. I was even willing to overlook the fact that they seem to trap sweat in your ear and require quick removal and wiping half way through a workout. The best thing of all? They didn't have any lip-syncing issues AT ALL. I could watch a movie on the elliptical and never once see anything off in the timing of the audio against the video (for those who purchased PowerBeats 2, you'll know thats a big deal). But at the end of the day, the biggest issue of all is that they simply don't continue working.

    After a couple weeks they would drop the pairing. Then they would spontaneously turn off. Then they would spontaneously turn back on and try redialing my phone... over and over and over again. Then... they died. Regardless of the full charge and all the cajoling I tried, these babies were dead less than a month into owning them.

    According to the warranty, they have a lifetime guarantee against sweat. Based on the apparent glitchy behaviour of the control buttons, I am 100% certain that perspiration is what caused this issue. I have since bought a pair of Beats Tour, but if Jaybird ever owned up to this problem and fixed it, I would definitely try them again. In the mean time... anyone would be crazy to buy these earbuds. Do your research and you will see that the Bluebud X is notorious for this problem with some users going through 3 or more replacements and dealing with more frustration than they should ever have to. At this rate, they should be paying the consumer to try them out... its redials that this issue exists and that it is so predominant. Again... I DO NOT RECOMMEND THESE EARBUDS AT THIS TIME.

    12 of 13 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars


    • Written by from Bath

    Sound quality and connecting them to a device can either be a complete breeze or an absolute nightmare. Not worth the money in my opinion. Been trying to connect them to my MacBook pro for the last hour, no success.

    4 of 9 people found this useful

  • 1.0 out of 5 stars

    sound quality that of a $35 wired headphone

    • Written by from Las Vegas

    I recently purchased these for use at the gym after long envying others I have seen. I was attracted by the style and was hoping for less hype than day the Beats model. Bottom line here is that as much as I wanted to like these, I thought the overall sound quality was so poor I literally could not stand using these beyond the second day and thus have already returned them. I have a couple other wired eadbud headphones in the $80-$140 range that simply blow these away and perhaps I have been spoiled by the excellent sound.

    The JayBird's were ok for say listening to a podcast, but when I wanted to do some serious intensive cardio - I was more annoyed than anything else. I also found them a bit difficult to use in terms of say using the fast forward to skip songs. The placement was such that it was not as easy to get to or often resulted in my having to reposition the headphones far too often.

    At thsi point I do not know if my negativity on the sound quality applies to all bluetooth models currently on the market, or if these are worse than similar priced options. Unfortunately one cannot really try these out in the stores.

    For now I am just sticking to my old wired pairs.

    7 of 10 people found this useful