I’m a bit late to the table in testing the Jaybird Vista true wireless headphones, which is annoying as I’ve been desperate to give them a going over after hearing how good they are from various people.
Finally, I’ve got a pair though and over the last few weeks I’ve been using them for everything from commuting and gym training, to half marathon PB attempts.
The Vista hit the true wireless market in June 2019, a time when a number of different brands were releasing similar versions designed for fitness and running. During that period it was by far one of the leading options, offering an incredibly small, lightweight and feature-packed piece of tech which had a hell of a lot going for it.
Since then, companies like Jabra and JBL have released upgrades to their true wireless headphones – Jaybird have yet to do so, although it can only be a matter of time.
For me, the fact that the Vista still hold their own after a number of subsequent competitor releases is a testament to how good they are, and they’re still up there at the top of the list for me alongside Jabra when it comes to true wireless options.
Below, Kieran reviews the Jaybird Vista headphones in detail. So if you’re looking for a deep dive into the Vista, make sure to give it a watch to see how they hold up almost a year on.