Well music is big part of my workout, and i need very good headphones.
1.Bose SoundSport Free
The Bose Soundsport Free are truly wireless buds. At 1.5 inches deep and 1.25 inches wide, they do stick out of yours ears a little bit. Yes, you will look a little weird, but they sound so good that you might not care. The soft silicone rubber fins rest just outside of your ear canal, so they don’t make your ears hurt and let in just enough ambient noise to warn you when a cyclist or angry dog is approaching. Their sleek clamshell case holds enough power for two full recharges when you click them back into place. If you can overlook a barely perceptible lag while watching videos on your phone (and the staggering price tag), these might be the best workout headphones for you.
2. Jabra Elite Active 65t
The Good The Jabra Active Elite 65t are fully sweat-resistant truly wireless earphones that fit comfortably and securely. They sound excellent, perform reliably and are great for making calls, with two microphones in each earpiece. Battery life is decent at 5 hours and the included charging case delivers two extra charges. A quick-charge feature allows you to get 1.5 hours of juice from a 15-minute charge.
The Bad The relatively tight, noise-isolating fit isn’t for everyone. Motion sensor doesn’t have much use at this point.
The Bottom Line The Jabra Active Elite 65t truly wireless earphones are the best alternative to Apple’s AirPods, but the stepdown non-Elite model will save you a bit of cash.
3.Jaybird Tarah Pro
The Jaybird Tarah Pro is sweat and water resistant with an IPX7 rating, and Jaybird headphones have a great reputation for durability. Plus, the Tarah Pro has 14-hour battery life, one of the longest we’ve seen in wireless earbuds. Magnets in the earbuds allow you to wear this pair like a necklace when you need to take them out of your ears; playback automatically pauses and resumes accordingly. These earbuds don’t sound as balanced from low to high as our top pick, the Jabra Elite Active 65t. Nor are they truly wireless. But you can wear the cable either threaded over your ears or hanging down—it even swivels at the point of attachment to make the style change easier. The Tarah Pro comes with a cinch for controlling the excess cable, but even so, the excess wire slack can bounce annoyingly during workouts. And while the proprietary charging system keeps moisture out of the electronics, you’ll need to keep track of the special charging cable.
4.Plantronics Plantronics Backbeat FIT 2100
Our favorite workout headphones just got better with their 2018 update to the Plantronics BackBeat FIT. They look, sound, and function much better than the original BackBeat FIT. You can now connect the headphones to the PLT BackBeat app and choose each function for the sleek, stylish metallic earpieces. A full seven hours’ battery life means that you won’t be tapping out midway through a long run. Plantronics’ Always Aware feature lets you hear ambient noise so you don’t get mown over by a truck, and a bigger driver means bigger sound. And they’re still extremely durable and waterproof.
5. Sony WF-SP700N Wireless In-Ear Sports
The Good Fits comfortably and securely and sounds good for truly wireless headphones. Built-in noise cancelling helps muffle ambient sound. An included charging case delivers two additional charges.
The Bad Battery life is only OK at 3 hours. It’s a little awkward to get the earbuds into their charging case. Some audio delay when using certain streaming video apps.
The Bottom Line Despite some small downsides, the Sony WF-SP700N is one of the better truly wireless headphones currently available.
6.Aukey Latitude EP-B40
The Aukey Latitude EP-B40 is the only sub-$50 pair we tested that sounded pretty good and fit comfortably while still being able to take some abuse. Silicone wings and tips keep the earbuds securely fitted. Its IPX4 rating isn’t as water-resistant as that of our other picks, but it means the Latitude won’t quit when faced with a little sweat. Magnets in the earbuds let you clip the Latitude around your neck when you aren’t using it, although the long cable can bounce annoyingly or catch as you turn your head. The battery life of eight-plus hours will get you through more than a week of hour-long workouts before you have to recharge. A two-year warranty protects against manufacturing defects.
7.JLab AudioFlex Sport
Ok, over-ear workout headphones don’t sound like the best idea. But JLab Audio’s Flex Sport have three levels of adjustable fit to stay securely on your skull. They have an unbelievable 20 hours of battery life. The cotton/polyester ear cups wick away sweat, and you can pop them and the optional headband padding into the washing machine. Be Aware Audio picks up ambient noise with the headphones’ microphone, so you can’t be taken by surprise by cyclists or taxis coming down the road. And if you enjoy well-designed stereo mixes, over-ear headphones are the best way to go.
8. JBL Endurance Sprint
The Good The JBL Endurance Sprint fits securely and comfortably and sounds very good for a modestly priced Bluetooth sports headphone. It’s also fully waterproof and has touch controls.
The Bad Touch controls can be a little finicky and there’s some presence boost in the treble.
The Bottom Line The JBL Endurance Sprint is a surprisingly good wireless sports headphone for $50, with only a few small downsides.
9.Plantronics BackBeat Fit 2100
Runners have different needs than gym folks, so we have an entire guide dedicated to running headphones. The Plantronics BackBeat Fit 2100 pair offers impressive comfort, ergonomics, and resistance to sweat, rain, and dust. The sound quality is better than that of just about any other unsealed headphones we’ve ever tested. This model takes all the best parts of its predecessors and adds customizable, easier-to-access controls, as well as better water resistance and a more secure fit. Despite being lightweight, these headphones feel sturdy and substantial. If anything does go wrong, Plantronics backs this pair with a one-year warranty in the US.
10.Sennheiser CX Sport
Sennheiser’s CX Sport showcases the brand’s top-notch sound quality in a durable, splashproof package. Once you get the proper earbud/ear fin combo for your ears, they’re very secure, comfortable, and even isolate sound nicely. For instance, I ran past a raucous barbecue with people partying and music blaring without hearing a thing thanks to these puppies. However, if your workout playlists feature a lot of booming bass, you might want to look elsewhere. And since they automatically connect to multiple devices, don’t forget to disconnect them from your laptop before you take them out on a run.
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