Jaybird got off to a bumpy start in the world of true wireless — that’s “Jaybird Vista (cue the ), includes design and performance improvements that make it the product I’d hoped the Run would be.-style headphones” — when it released its back in October 2017. That model, updated to the in 2019, was well designed but had some small performance issues that held it back from being great. But its successor, the
At $180 (£160, AU$280), it’s a little more expensive than it should be, but it was one of the better true wireless headphones to hit the market in 2019. It will appeal to those looking for a more discreet set of totally wireless sports headphones that offers full waterproofing.
What I liked about the Jaybird Vista
- The headphones fit in my ears securely and they were mostly comfortable to wear. Three different-sized ear tips and sports fins are included to help you get a tight seal and secure fit. They’re lightweight for their size and they fit my ears better than