Best truly wireless Bluetooth earphones
posted by Daniel P. / Sep 21, 2016, 4:29 AM
Gone are the days when you had to tread along your morning jog with a cable dangling in front of you, or struggle to bench two hundred with uncomfortable neckware on. Enter the the new wireless buds that connect to your phone via Bluetooth, but also don't have any physical connection between them to worry about. Well, you still have to worry about losing one of them, but all come with dedicated charge or carry cases, so it's all about healthy habits.
We've been eyeing those experiments ever since they were still a twinkle in the eye of their creators and were housed on crowdfunding places like Kickstarter or Indiegogo, as they promised to right all wrongs with listening to personal playlists while being active. Those projects have now matured to actual products, and the big guys like Apple and Samsung also took notice, quickly overwhelming the smaller companies with similar products of their own. Check out the best of what's available or coming with the tide of the truly wireless earbuds revolution.
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The Gear has one hour battery life. Wireless or not, that's ridiculousridiculous.
posted on Jul 01, 2016, 5:30 AM 13
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but it can act as standalone music player (with 4GB storage), it also can track distance, speed, heart rate, and calories burned, and its not weirdly bulging out of your ear, lol best choice if you want to use it for run/cycling around neighbourhood and leave your smartphone/smartwatch at home (and its the 2nd cheaper on that list)
posted on Jul 01, 2016, 6:19 AM 5
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No meantion of jaybirds x2?
posted on Jul 01, 2016, 7:33 PM 1
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If it doesn't wrap around your ear, it's just gonna fall out when you try you run. Does PA even lift bro?
posted on Jul 02, 2016, 9:20 PM 4
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Aren't the AirPods exclusive to Apple devices? Cause that would mean 80% of the world can't use them..... which in my opinion would mean that they don't deserve to be on the list.
posted on Sep 21, 2016, 8:31 AM 0
No. You can use them with anything. You just don't have the instantaneous seemless pairing feature
posted on Sep 21, 2016, 8:42 AM 0
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How is this lest "best" when half the headphones are not even available yet??? Does PA do any testing? Or is this yet another clickbait article of a thrown together collection of google searches? I place exactly ZERO confidence in any reviews PA does.
posted on Sep 21, 2016, 8:55 AM 3
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