The Jaybird X4 is considered to be one of the most flexible and versatile kinds of wireless ear gears. When dealing with wireless headphones, one of the most common questions that arise is “How long does the battery last?” While most wireless pairs have a weak battery life, you won’t have any problem with the battery life of the Jaybird X4 at 7 hours average. There’s also no chunky band that needs to be worn around the neck or chin area so it’s definitely a plus for the aesthetics department of the Jaybird X4.
If you have been a fan of the Jaybird X series, then this Jaybird X4 review may seem all too familiar to you. Jaybird has actually used the same style that all of the X series models have been sharing year to year. However, there’s new content added to the Jaybird X4, sans the proprietary internal honeycomb structure and the signature in-ear hook.
The earbud hook of the Jaybird X4 are made of thick silicone that makes them flexible and provide a stable fit in the ear. A firm and stable fit is considered to be somewhat of an obligation of a product that is marketed for sports and exercise and the design of the Jaybird X4 fulfills just that and more. With the Jaybird X4, you get four pairs of ear tips and three sizes of fins. The successor of the Jaybird X3 does not offer a wide array of sizes but you can work around two silicone tips and two with expanding Comply or memory foam to make sure that you get a tight yet comfortable seal. It comes in three color variants – storm metallic glacier, alpha metallic, and black metallic.