For travelers and workout junkies, it’s hard to find a good pair of headphones. The standard earbuds that come with your iPhone are made of unforgiving plastic, making it hard to get a good fit and have them stay in place during a workout. Sweat can damage components while cords can get in the way of exercise. Enter the BlueBuds X from Jaybird, a set of Bluetooth headphones made for working out.
Made of two earpieces connected by a rubberized band that goes behind the neck, a fastener and adjustable length ensure a secure fit. JayBird is offering a lifetime guarantee against any sweat damage, so you can be confident the BlueBuds will take a beating during your workout routine. A discreet, inline remote and microphone allow you to control your music and take calls with excellent clarity. There is a pop-off cover that reveals the micro-USB connection, which you can charge with the packaged cable.
For music, the BlueBuds X deliver a solid low end without attenuating the treble, a common problem with bass-heavy headphones. Bass-heavy songs at high volumes don’t distort, while the crisp highs cut through cleanly without sounding harsh. The sound quality of the BlueBuds X competes with traditional headphones, and is miles ahead of the curve when compared to other exercise headphones.
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One of Georgia’s greatest cultural gifts might be coming to an end. The Redneck Games, which began in 1996, have seen a dip in attendance in recent years. A lack of sponsors means many of us might never know the joys of “bug zapping by spitball” unless an influx of travelers can help revive the event.
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