You are looking for quality wireless earbuds/headphones, that is to say, those that match your ear shape, the use you will make of it while respecting your budget.

There is something for everyone, and each brand has its own specificities. But, these are not the best wireless Bluetooth headphones for everyone, and there are other cheaper models and others with better sound quality, so here is the comparison.

Best Earbuds Available Online Now
1. HolyHigh: The best in-ear headphones
2. Bose SoundSport Free: The best Bose Bluetooth wireless headphones
3. Jabra Elite Sport: The best sport wireless headphones
4. Aukey: The best cheap Bluetooth headphones
5. Apple AirPods: The best Bluetooth iPhone headphones
6. Sony WF-1000XM3, the best True Wireless in terms of pure and hard audio quality
7. Anker Soundcore Life P2, the best True Wireless earphones at low prices
8. Jaybird Vista
9. 1More Stylish
10. Libratone Track Air +

Best Earbuds Available Online Now

Photo Title Price Buy
Bose SoundSport Free,...image Bose SoundSport Free, True Wireless Earbuds, (Sweatproof Bluetooth Headphones for Workouts and Sports), Ultraviolet with Midnight Blue $399.91
Jabra Elite 75t...image Jabra Elite 75t Earbuds – True Wireless Earbuds with Charging Case, Titanium Black – Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Earbuds with a Comfortable, Secure Fit, Long Battery Life, Great Sound $79.99
Apple AirPods Pro Apple AirPods Pro $201.34
Sony WF-1000XM3 True...image Sony WF-1000XM3 True Wireless Noise-Canceling Earbud Headphones (Black, USA Warranty) with Hardshell Travel/Storage case and Noise Isolating Memory Foam & Silicone Tips Bundle (3 Items) $199.99
Anker Soundcore Life...image Anker Soundcore Life P2 True Wireless Earbuds with 4 Microphones, CVC 8.0 Noise Reduction, Graphene Driver, Clear Sound, USB C, 40H Playtime, IPX7 Waterproof, Wireless Earphones for Work, Home Office $45.99
Jaybird Vista True...image Jaybird Vista True Wireless Bluetooth Sport Waterproof Earbud Premium Headphones - Black $149.49
1MORE Stylish True...image 1MORE Stylish True Wireless Earbuds, Bluetooth 5.0, 24-Hour Playtime, Stereo In-Ear Headphones with Charging Case, Built-in Microphone, Alternate Pairing Mode $59.99

Details Reviews on our Best Picks:

1. HolyHigh: The best in-ear headphones

If we like this type of wireless earbuds, the HolyHigh fulfill their function of in-ear headphones and for an affordable price, rather a good deal for this type of product.

In one hour of charging, the wireless earbuds will be ready for 4 hours of continuous music. These are clearly headphones designed for traveling with good music. Still, for the duration of the battery, it’s a bit limited to be able to use them for a whole day.

The case is convenient and assures us that we can safely carry the headphones; the headset holder is also the charger itself, so we don’t need new bases. The base is straightforward to connect, via a mini-port and USB on a socket or on a computer.

Practical and straightforward to use, among its functions, we can put play, pause and change music; connect it with the voice assistant and answer calls using the built-in microphone; all from a single integrated “touch screen” button. The downside is that we cannot adjust the volume from the headphones directly.

What we can monitor from the phone, in case we have connected it, is the state of the battery, which will appear as an indicator at the top of the main screen.

It comes with CVC 6.0 noise control technology, isolating external noise to improve the sound. It is connected via Bluetooth 4.2 and has a maximum connection distance of 10m. However, some say that at around 5m, they start to lose signal. It will also depend on the environment and other objects interfering with the signal.

Wearing these wireless headphones is very easy, they are very light and weighs only 4.5 grams, like most headphones with cables; and they also include 3 types of adjustment silicone to choose the one that best supports us based on the shape of your ear canal.

Some customers have tried them for sports, and it has worked very well because they have protection against sweating.

They are compatible for iPhone, Galaxy, Xiaomi, Huawei and other Bluetooth 4.2 devices

2. Bose SoundSport Free: The best Bose Bluetooth wireless headphones

If we are ready to invest a little more with Bose in-ear wireless earbuds, we are entering the high-quality range of earbuds because the brand has experience in sound equipment.

This Bose model is the first that the brand has developed, and it is instead a success even if some users have noticed that on certain occasions, they have happened to them to lose the connection during calls.

Using “StayHear + Sport” technology, they designed a headset that fits evenly around the ear. Recall the classic headphones that hang on the outside ear with a hook, well Bose gave it another design and allowed this hook to be internal, adapting to the ear cavity. All this technology makes them ideal for sport because they maintain themselves well.

Like the Holyhigh, there is a single multifunction button for music and calls, simplicity, and practicality at the same time, On the other headset, there is the possibility of increasing and decreasing the volume, making this model more practical than the Holyhigh. On the other hand, it would be nice to make the buttons a little softer when pressed.

As sound experts, Bose could not afford to offer less than sound quality.

The earbuds are covered on the outside with a layer to keep ears dry for athletes.

In its carrying case, we can also carry out a quick recharge of 15 minutes, which will give us an autonomy of 45 minutes; its full charge is 5 hours for maximum autonomy of 10 hours.

We can use its “Connect” application to receive notifications of products and others. Still, the primary function of the application is to be able to track the location of the earphones so that in case of loss, we can find them.

3. Jabra Elite Sport: The best sport wireless headphones

In the Bose range, Jabra is a brand dedicated exclusively to the manufacture of wireless earbuds and earphones and has already developed several in-ear earphones. It is a brand that I know well because I have a PC headset of this brand.

They fit well in the ear, both in the ear canal and in the curvatures of the ear. They are specially adapted for sport.

The controls are integrated on the earbuds. For some users, the volume controls are too close to each other, which makes adjusting them a bit awkward; of course, this is subjective and will depend on the size of your fingers.

One function that these earbuds have is the possibility of deactivating the isolation of the outside sound with the “HearThrough” function, which allows us to hear the outside in case our activity requires us to pay attention to what is going on around us.

It charges like the previous models, its full charge requires about 4.5 hours, which is quite long, but we will get a more extended autonomy, 13.5 hours. With this model of headphones, we can, therefore, travel much longer without fear of battery exhaustion.

As these are headphones intended for athletes and sportsmen, they allow you to connect them to an application that, using the in-ear heart rate monitor, will allow us to monitor our performance and provide audio recommendations in real-time while we are doing physical activity.

4. Aukey: The best cheap Bluetooth headphones

Coming back to cheaper earbud options, we find the Aukey in-ear earbuds, a hybrid between Holyhigh and Bose.

On the one hand, it clings to the ear differently from the others. The tightening is done directly by a rubber which enters the ear. The problem is that it holds the earless well during efforts. It is suitable for use in a quiet environment.

Take them out of their case, and they connect directly to the phone (of course, you have to pair them for the first use.)

The sound is adjusted from the headphones as well as the play and the change of music.

Once charged, the headphones have

autonomy of 5 hours, which is generally enough for a day.

5. Apple AirPods: The best Bluetooth iPhone headphones

We could not put them in this comparison. Apple wireless earbuds are recommended for fans of the brand. They revolutionized the tech world from the start. If you have an iPhone, it’s the best option in terms of compatibility and quality. No need to go further.

Many lower-end brands have indeed imitated their design and technology. But we know that for an Apple, nothing better than an Apple device.

For starters, the headphones have optical sensors and an accelerometer that allows the iPhone to detect whether we are wearing them or not. The commands can be activated by voice or configured with the touchscreen of the iPhone. So there is no button.

For some users, although not having a button may seem modern and advanced, they would appreciate being able to simply press an outside button.

The headphones are light and very comfortable, we forget that they are worn by some users. By charging them in express for 15 minutes, you get 3 hours of autonomy! Otherwise, a full charge provides 5 hours of autonomy.

Its sound is pretty good without being incredible, but it is much better than any entry-level headset. However, not as good as the brands of headphones designed by specialized sound brands.

6. Sony WF-1000XM3, the best True Wireless in terms of pure and hard audio quality

Sony strikes very hard with its WF-1000XM3. Indeed, the Japanese simply sign the best true-wireless earbuds of the year. These headphones have everything for them: an elegant design offering excellent comfort, a reliable Bluetooth 5.0 connection, low latency, refined audio quality with powerful but mastered bass, 6 hours of battery life above average, fast USB charging- C and above all, an impressive active noise reduction.

We don’t have much to blame them for. Their main shortcomings are the lack of sweat resistance (to be avoided for sport, therefore), the lack of volume controls via the ear cups, and their high price. However, if you have the necessary budget, there is no hesitation; the WF-1000XM3 is now our benchmark for true-wireless headphones.

For users who are more athletic or picky in terms of sound quality, we recommend WF-1000XM3. This model is the worthy successor of the WF-1000X and has many outstanding qualities. However, we still regret the lack of resistance certification.

Just like the WH-1000XM3, a Bluetooth headset that stood out in our dedicated selection, the WF-1000XM3 is an example of quality. The restitution is intended to be faithful and will please even demanding users. The set is relatively balanced and suitable for any style of music. The earphones each have two speakers, which makes the sound more dynamic and precise than on the previous generation.

As a bonus, its active noise reduction is the best on the headphone market. This way, you will no longer hear the noise of public transport or the plane, even if voices will still be able to filter slightly.

On the design side, the new course of action makes the duo more discreet and sober. Comfort is also always present thanks to the 4 silicone tips and the 3 foam tips, which are more pleasant. The support is excellent, even for an intensive sports practice. However, no resistance to water or dust is present, damage to this price point.

7. Anker Soundcore Life P2, the best True Wireless earphones at low prices

Anker’s Soundcore Life P2 wireless earbuds tick many boxes, including excellent sound and good performance for hands-free calling. There is no wireless charging, which we can understand at this price level, but we are still entitled to USB-C.

The autonomy is estimated at 7 hours at a moderate volume. It allows 32 hours with a very satisfactory charging box. The headphones have an IPX7 waterproof rating, which means they can be fully submerged in water to a depth of one meter. They undoubtedly offer the best value for money in the Anker wireless range today.

8. Jaybird Vista

Proposed by Jaybird, a Logitech subsidiary, these wireless earbuds have essential qualities that allow them to be placed above Apple’s AirPods in terms of quality/price. They are designed for athletes, and in this sense, they rely more on comfort and support than on sound quality, which is still very interesting. However, they are slightly less efficient than the Jabra, which places them in the second position.

Regarding the sound quality, the result is quite surprising with a warm and pleasant rendering where the bass is very well defined. The other frequency ranges are also used well. Also, the Jaybird application gives access to a fully customizable equalizer, allowing you to adapt the rendering to your taste.

Comfort is not to be outdone. Thanks to their compact format and their lightness, the Vista is considered more comfortable than AirPods 2 from Apple, which are however acclaimed by athletes. Be sure to choose the most suitable tip among the 3 provided for an ideal port.

On the resistance side, you are entitled to IPX7, which allows you to enjoy it in the rain or in the middle of a sports session without fear of degradation. They can even be submerged for around 30 min and up to 1 m deep. We do not recommend that you take the risk of swimming while wearing them.

The connection goes through Bluetooth 5.0. The result is reliable and without latency up to 10 m. Pairing the phone is easy, but we do not recommend that you attempt to make calls because a single microphone is used to pick up voice.

The essential autonomy is approximately 6 hours. It can be extended to 4 p.m. using the box provided. The headphones can be used independently, which doubles the listening time. Besides, 5 minutes of charging allows you to take advantage of 1 hour of additional use.

In summary, the Jaybird Vista headphones are a good alternative if you need a model dedicated to sports.

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Lightweight and comfortable, these headphones can be used independently daily, whether for your daily commutes, at the office, or even for your sports sessions. Thanks to their high autonomy and their clean and dynamic sound quality, these are models to seriously consider.

Let’s start with its sound quality. The rendering is dynamic and relatively clean. The whole is well balanced, and the bass is generous, as long as you have chosen the tip that best suits your body type.

Clearly, these headphones are excellent for listening pleasure and even compete with the Jabra Elite Active 65T, present in the upper range. As a bonus, the support of aptX and AAC allows you to enjoy high-resolution audio, praised by purists.

The sound insulation is intended to be passive. The design of the headphones has been worked to reduce external nuisance. Still, the use of a reduced volume allows you to hear outside noise, which can be useful when driving in the middle of traffic, for example.

Comfort is clearly there. The particular format ensures optimal support in all circumstances thanks to the use of “fins” which are placed in the pinna. To adapt everything to your body type, 4 tips and 3 sizes of fins are provided in the packaging. This does not diminish the feeling of lightness.

On the resistance side, the duo has no official certification. Still, the brand guarantees resistance to water and sweat, which several testers have confirmed. Of course, we still advise against trying to immerse them.

The connection is ensured by Bluetooth 5.0. The result is relatively stable as long as you don’t stray too far from the source. We were unable to collect any latency data.

Finally, the point of autonomy is rather conclusive. Thus, at moderate volume, you benefit from an endurance of 6:30, which can be extended to approximately 26 hours with the dedicated box (4 charges). A small bonus, you can enjoy 3 hours of use with 15 min of recharge.

10. Libratone Track Air +

Overall, the market for 100% wireless or “True Wireless” earbuds have made a lot of progress since the release of the Airpods in 2016.

The products include more and more enduring batteries, sealing certifications, more stable Bluetooth connections. But overall, the current offer is still struggling to offer quality sound, even on products over 200 euros.

Libratone’s Track Air + marks another step towards technological progress by offering almost excellent audio quality. If the sound signature a little too warm is not adapted to the music style of your tester, the rendering is really very clean and the sound rich.

We have some doubts about their sporting use, as the reasonably low support does not really inspire confidence for fear of losing the headphones during too sudden movements.

For sport, we, therefore, recommend the unbeatable Jabra Elite Active 65t, more interesting for this use and also in terms of price.

But the excellent sound associated with an impeccable Bluetooth connection in terms of stability and signal quality and a clearly above-average autonomy makes Libratone an excellent choice.

With a price just below 200 euros, the Track Air + are much more interesting than Powerbeats Pro (250 euros). Their audio performance is close to or even equal to that of the Sennheiser Momentum, also sold for 50 euros more expensive.

Durable & lightweight
Anti-shock case
Quick button
Auto-Backup button
Low capacity