Review from http://www.thebluefish.com/blog
Who doesn’t like futuristic wireless technology gadgets that make listening to your favorite tunes, and taking phone calls more convenient? The Jaybird Freedom was created for runners, weightlifters, triathaletes, and for those who just want more a more hands-free experience. The next generation of wireless stereo bluetooth headphones is here. Maybe you are none of those things, but like to listen to music without getting your headphone wire all tangled, then we have something you might like.
The Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Headphones or JF3′s from Jaybirdgear really caught our eye. They are a good option for active types wishing to ditch the dangle and still have serious comfort and a secure fit. Whether you are committed to a rigorous exercise regiment or just out for a stroll. These headphones offer terrific audio performance and a good hands-free phone option allowing you to take calls by tapping the button on the headset.
The JF3s come with no less than six different options for keeping them snug for just about any set of ears. They stay perfectly snug during rigorous workouts, which can include leaping, gyrating, and sweating. JayBird has guaranteed them sweat-proof for life — one less thing for the health-conscious user to sweat about.
So how does it work? Simply sync your Jaybird Freedom’s to any devise such as a iPod, iPad, or Bluetooth enabled phone. This is quite an easy process that takes only a few seconds. Once paired you can listen to music with stereo quality sound while not having to worry about a wire from your devise. Once a call comes in, simply click the button on the headphones, and take the call. Once the call is over, click it again and the music starts right back up again. You can use that same button to move to the next song, pause the music, or go back to the previous song. You can also adjust the volume from the headset.
All in all, the Jaybird Freedom is quite a fun gadget, and makes us think of a future not to far away when all wires may soon be a thing of the past.