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Where can I find a Jaybird X4 replacement charger?

Best answer: If you need a replacement charger for the Jaybird X4, you can buy one directly from Jaybird for just $5.

Jaybird: X4 Charge Clip (opens in new tab) ($5)

Buy the charging clip direct from Jaybird

It's quite possible that, as a Jaybird X4 earbud owner, you're going to need a replacement charger. The earbuds use a proprietary charging clip that snaps onto the bottom of the in-line controls. It gets the job done, but it's another cable to keep track of. It's also small, so the chances you'll lose the charger are high.

If you find yourself needing to buy a replacement charger, do yourself a favor and just buy it directly from Jaybird. There are quite a few sellers on Amazon offering it as well, but the high markups you'll find are ridiculous (even with Prime shipping).

Jaybird directly sells replacement charging clips for $5, and at that price, you really can't complain much at all.

Be mindful of the shipping fee

While that low price is great, you'll pay a bit more if that's all you're ordering.

Jaybird charges for shipping on any orders less than $30, and if you get standard shipping (4-7 business days), you're looking at another $6.15 charge.

The total is still cheaper than anything you'll find on Amazon, but don't be surprised to see that you're not paying a flat $5.

You won't have to use it that often

If you've spent any amount of time using the Jaybird X4, you'll know that you really don't have to mess with the charging clip that much.

Jaybird rates the X4 for eight hours of playback on a single charge, and in our testing, we saw between 8-10 hours of use! That single charge is going to give you one hour of use after 10 minutes, so you'll be able to get up and go quickly.

Get back to your tunes!

The charger on the X4 is mighty easy to lose, so whether you need a new one ASAP or just want a spare in case something goes wrong, we recommend buying a replacement right from Jaybird.

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.