Best Bluetooth Earphones Reviews

Bluetooth earphones are probably one of the most commonly bought consumer tech products. There’s absolutely loads out there and we’ve had our fair share also. Lots of different features, all varying in design like neck band earphones, ear-hooked earphones and true wireless.. The list goes on but its usually a similar pattern of obvious first glance differences. If you want headphones instead, check out our best Bluetooth headphones reviews. Otherwise, continue surfing through all the Bluetooth earphones we have waiting for you!

  • True wireless – A tempting idea especially with the charging case, this means without wires at all and separate earpieces. Using Bluetooth 4.2 and above since 2 earpieces need to pair for stereo sound.
  • Neckband Earphones – They have a joining cable or neckband which keeps in sync the stereo. It stops you from losing the earpieces, gives a better control scheme while connecting to devices via Bluetooth.
  • Wired earphones have a mini jack and do not have Bluetooth functionality.

Compatibility and Phone Calls

Some good knowledge to have is that with the Bluetooth 5.0 release, it allowed multiple devices to connect to each other. This is partly how True Wireless came to be, because you can sync each earphone together for Stereo.

Be aware that older phones may not be able to pair if the device Bluetooth is too far outdated from the choice of earphones. All things considered, you may want to make phone calls with the earphones, skip tracks etc with the earphone buttons. As long as your phone or Digital Audio Player has Bluetooth 4.2 and above, the earphone control scheme should work to answer calls. Best check online first though before buying, only to avoid disappointment if there’s button or pairing issues!

Best Bluetooth Earphones Reviewed

V-MODA Forza Metallo in-ear headphones review
The V-MODA Forza Metallo may just be the best neckband headphones on the market, with their crisp sound and intelligent design. Read full review
96
Negatives
Hard case would have been nice at this price point
Cables leading to ears are too long
Positives
Detailed, hi-fi sound
Smart looks
Comfortable
Plenty of eartip options
Sweat and water resistant
Sennheiser Momentum Free review
The Momentum Free sounds great, looks great and is a comfortable wear. Read full review
95
Negatives
Wireless connection isn't great
Positives
Lightweight
Comfortable
Balanced audio
Good looks
Hardcase
Sennheiser CX 700 BT header 1
The CX line has been around for a long time but Sennheiser have kept the best for last with this great-sounding neckband headphone.Read full review
94
Negatives
On the heavier side
Case doesn't provide much protection
Positives
Balanced, bass-focused audio
Four eartip options
10-hour battery life
Quality build
For active folks that use headphones during workouts, this is probably your #1 choice.Read full review
92
Negatives
Secure fit takes time to optimize
Inconsistent stereo image
Somewhat expensive
Positives
High quality Bluetooth audio
Wireless
Sweat-resistant
Easy to use
Secure fit and looks great
Bose Soundsport Wireless sports headphones header
The Bose Soundsport Wireless excellent sports headphone with a solid feature-set.Read full review
90
Negatives
Six-hour battery life
Positives
Stay firmly in place during workouts
Sweat and weather resistant
Lightweight design
The Decoka DK100 live up to their marketing, as an affordable pair of earphones, which have ANC technology implemented. Read full review
89
Negatives
Potential compatibility issues.
Sound quality is reduced when not charged.
Positives
Amazing price.
Fantastic tonality.
A diverse choice of earbuds.
Comfortable and easy to use.
20 hours of battery is accurate.
Focal Spark Wireless review
The Focal Spark packs a powerful punch in the audio department and offers great value for money.Read full review
87
Negatives
Earpiece chassis is on the chunky side
Eartip sizing wasn't quite right (for me at least)
Positives
Punchy sound that retains balance
Easy to use
Sharp looks
Hardshell case included
Good value for money
House of Marley Uprise Bluetooth in-ear headphones
House of Marley has put together a great sports earphone here, with all the features needed for a good workout wear. Read full review
86
Bass could be stronger
Only two eartip sizes
No hardcase
Stays firmly in place during workouts
Tangle-free cable
Water resistant to IPX5
Good audio for the price
Marley Smile Jamaica Wireless neckband header
The Marley Smile Jamaica Wireless is a solid contender in the sub-$50 market, particularly for sports users and those looking for a modern audio profile. Read full review
86
Negatives
Only two ear-tip sizes
Case doesn't provide much protection
Positives
Smart, unique looks
Good for pop, hip hop and electronic music
Made of quality materials
Sweat-proof
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House of Marley Uplift 2 Wireless header
If you want a no-frills wireless in-ear headphone with balanced audio, then here's your ticket. Read full review
86
Negatives
Flimsy case
Cables leading to earpieces are too long
Positives
Comfortable fit
Balanced audio response
Competitively priced
10-hour battery life
linner nc50
Linner's first pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones combines noise cancelling technology and functional design for an overall great product at a competitive price. Read full review
86
Negatives
Can’t be used while running.
High-end sound quality somewhat lacklustre.
Not the most attractive design.
Positives
Decent noise cancellation.
Competitive price.
Active monitoring.
Sweat and water resistant.
Lightweight and easy to use.
Soundpeats Q32 Bluetooth Earphones
The Soundpeats Q32s deliver excellent audio quality and a whole host of extra Bluetooth features that cover music playback control and many in-call actions. With Bluetooth 5.0, a quality charging case and great battery life, you really can't go wrong at the price. Read full review
82
Negatives
Multi-function button takes a little getting used to
Positives
Bluetooth 5.0 for enhanced wireless range and reliability
Well-built earphones and case
Good battery life
Crisp and clear audio quality
Incredible price
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MPOW Flame Sport Bluetooth Earphones review
The MPOW Flame Sport Bluetooth Earphones are a solid budget buy at $20. Read full review
76
Audio is a bit muffled
Will not survive much rough treatment
Hooks keep earphones firmly in place
IPX7 water proof rating
Good looks
Solid features and accessories for the price
Soundpeats Q9A eartip
The Soundpeats Q9A are affordable, lightweight and comfortable. The sound quality leaves much to be desired though. Read full review
75
Negatives
Sound quality is average at best
Build quality is low
Positives
Very lightweight
Comfortable
Low-cost
Reproduces the human voice well – useful for calls and audiobooks
QCY T1C Bluetooth earphones main
The QCY T1C are a solid budget pair of Bluetooth Earphones with auto-pairing and a portable a charging case. Read full review
75
Bulky earpieces can rub against ears
Not for people prone to losing things
Auto-pairing
Completely cable-free wear
Charging case enables charging while out and about
Well-priced for what you get
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The SoundPeats QY9 earpieces.
The SoundPeats QY9 are a cheap option for those who want to listen to music and take calls on the go. The build and sound quality is not particularly impressive though.Read full review
70
Negatives
Average build quality
Sound quality is poor
Uninformative manual
Positives
Very affordable
Lightweight
Works well for calls and audiobooks
Solid hardcase
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