Summary: The sound is fairly good but I purchased them for listening to music while I am walking. I cannot stream music from my phone while it is at my waist without a broken signal. The phone must be unobstructed or very close to the headphones to work correctly. A little disappointing considering the cost of the headphones.
Summary: The earphones stay in my ear fairly well and sound good. While making a call the call could be more clear for the person I am talking to. My biggest complaint is the audio cuts out periodically. Not a huge deal but I expect more for the price. Overall it is a decent product but would not buy it again.
Summary: I have been using bluetooth headphones when I run for about 3 years and to date, nothing is decent in regards to fit. I also have the Jabra Sport and comparing the two, the Jabra fits better, but the sound quality is better with the jaybird. However for the price the fit should be much better, but, I can only assume there will never be a decent bluetooth headphone for runners. Stick with corded if they are comfortable, that is what I will go back to now.
Summary: Lots of options for a great fit. Cord connecting buds is much more comfortable than the solid bar connecting the Motorola bluetooth (which cause the buds to get pushed out of your ears at the slightest movement when wearing anything with a collar.) Call microphone is garbled -on every call made with JayBirds the caller said they could barely understand anything I've said. Call audio cuts out and is tinny due to the pruduct's intentionally-reduced bass levels.
Pros: Fits nicely around neck when wearing coat collars.