These days, many smartphones are eliminating the headphone jack, and leaving users either needing to use the USB-C to 3.5mm headphone jack dongle (which you can’t charge your phone at the same time) or switch to Bluetooth. The good thing here is that Bluetooth headphones have gotten much better over the past few years, so switching to Bluetooth is better than ever. For that reason, we have rounded up the best Bluetooth headphones that are currently available. This list has headphones in all price points, with some as cheap as $25, and some going up to around $300.
One of our picks from this list is the Sony WH1000X M2. These were announced last fall at IFA 2018, and quickly became an audiophile favorite. These are one of the more expensive models on this list, but they are more than worth it – and you can read our review to see why. These headphones have pretty incredible battery life, with over 30 hours of continuous playback on a single charge, with noise cancellation enabled. Sony has also included a variety of features like ambient sound and it still has NFC for easy pairing. Sony offers the WH1000X M2’s in two colors, black and tan.
Another pick of ours from this list are the Jaybird RUN – which you can also read that review to see why. The Jaybird RUN are easily the best pair of truly wireless headphones currently available. These offer around 4 to 6 hours on a single charge, but with the included battery case, you can get another 12 hours or so out of these. They also fit in your ears very nicely and are made for runners, so they aren’t going to fall out when you go for a run. Finally, the audio quality is really good with the Jaybird RUN, and with the included Jaybird app, you can tailor the audio to your taste, with more bass, or clearer mids, etc. These are just two of the many headphones on this list, these are all really good headphones, even the Anker SoundBuds Slim which are just $25. It’s hard to go wrong with any of the ones in this list.
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