Best Bluetooth headphones 2017: The best wireless in-ear, on-ear and over-ear headphones to buy

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Ready to cut the cord? Then check out our guide to the ultimate Bluetooth wireless headphones of 2017

*** Note : £1 = $1.33 (correct at time of post)

Apple’s decision to ditch the traditional headphone socket from the iPhone 7 really caused a stir. But whatever type of smartphone you own, you can save yourself a lot of hassle by opting for a set of Bluetooth wireless headphones. As well as providing the convenience of a tangle-free wireless connection, Bluetooth headphones are compatible with most types of smartphones and mobile devices, so you never have to worry if they’ll work with the latest models.

Bluetooth headphones come in all shapes and sizes, too. There are compact in-ear headphones for sport and exercise, as well as larger on-ear and over-ear headphones that provide additional features such as noise cancellation and longer battery life. If you’re not sure which is for you, then read our Buyer’s Guide below. And if you want to skip straight to the headphones, then scroll on past and you’ll find the reviews at the bottom of the page.

Sony MDR-1000X only £229 and Bose QC35 £270

Two of our favourite Bluetooth ANC headphones have dropped in price: the Sony MDR-1000X drops from £300 down to £229, while the Bose QC35 drops down to £270. Both are fantastic deals – be sure to grab them while stocks last – Buy the Sony MDR-1000X from Currys and the Bose QC35 from PRC Direct.

Best Bluetooth headphones: Everything you need to know

Should I buy a pair of in-ear headphones?

Wireless headphones are all about convenience, as the Bluetooth wireless tech allows you to ditch those annoying, tangled cables and just start listening to your music with a quick tap of a button. If convenience is your number-one priority, then a set of compact in-ear headphones might well be your best option. They’re ideal for running and other forms of exercise, as well as general day-to-day use. You can simply slip them into your pocket when you’re finished, or just leave them dangling around your neck like a high-tech fashion accessory.

How much should I spend?

We’ve seen in-ear Bluetooth headphones for as little as £30, and these can provide surprisingly good sound quality. We’ve even seen some at this price that include the high-quality aptX version of Bluetooth, which is well worth having if your smartphone or other devices also support aptX. However, some of these cheaper headphones may lack a built-in microphone, or have only limited battery life, so keep an eye out for those features before making a decision.

Above the £50 level you’ll get better audio quality, of course, as well as additional features such as water- and sweat-resistant headphones for sporty people, and a wider selection of tips for the earpieces, in order to provide a good, firm fit. However, you’ll probably need to step up to £100 or more to get really top-quality sound from in-ear headphones, including the powerful bass that many people seem to prefer for dance tracks, or getting motivated at the gym. Few in-ear headphones provide noise-cancellation features, though, and that’s something that tends to be reserved for top-tier models costing £200 or more.

Are headphones better for sound quality?

Headphones – or ‘cans’ – have made something of a comeback in recent years, and many people prefer them as the larger earpieces can provide a richer, more powerful sound.

Again, you can get some very respectable on-ear Bluetooth headphones for less than £50, and the larger size of the headphones allows them to include bigger batteries for longer-lasting music. The build quality won’t be great at this price, so it’s worth paying £50 – £100 for a set of headphones that provide better audio quality and a good, sturdy design.

The £100 mark is also where other features, such as noise-cancellation start to appear as well (although the best noise-cancelling headphones can still cost £250 or more). Many on-ear headphones at this price level will also include additional accessories, such as a carrying case, or audio cables that will allow you to use them as ordinary wired headphones if the battery runs flat.

Around £150-£200, you’ll get really good sound quality and powerful bass, while beyond this price range the serious audiophile end of the market often opts for larger ‘over-ear’ headphones that cover your entire ear. This helps them to block out background noise so that they can bathe your ears in the most luxurious sound possible.

The best Bluetooth headphones you can buy: Money no object

Sony MDR-1000X: The best Bluetooth headphones

Price when reviewed: £300 – Buy now from Amazon

The Sony MDR-1000X are Bluetooth headphones with ANC built-in. In comparison to the Bose QC35, the Sony headphones are sonically more capable. Unlike its rivals, the MDR-1000X extends into the sub-bass frequencies, reproduces a controlled mid-bass slam, has forward-sounding mids and extended highs that have a lush sparkle.

Better still, the Bluetooth headphones have ANC technology built-in, which cancels ambient noise around you. There aren’t many like it, as the Sony stands in a league of its own – simply put, it’s the best sounding Bluetooth headphones money can buy.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and music control buttons, Plug type: 3.5mm jack plug, Weight: 275g, Cable length: 1.5m

Bose QuietComfort 35 II: Brilliant, portable, noise-cancelling headphones

Price when reviewed: £330 –

Bose QuietComfort 35 II hero

Bose is synonymous with active noise-cancelling headphones, and for good reason. The company’s noise-cancelling technology is the best you can get and creates an uncannily quiet bubble for you to listen to your music in, whether you’re travelling on the train or the plane.

The company has just upgraded its phenomenally popular QuietComfort 35 headphones with a Google Assistant button. Tap this with your thumb and the headphones will read out recent notifications, or hold it to ask the Assistant a question or issue a command. The button can even be repurposed as a toggle to turn noise cancellation off and on or adjust its strength.

Elsewhere, the QuietComfort 35 II are just as good as the regular QC35 they replace. The noise cancellation is the best you can get, sound quality is great and they’re a comfortable a pair of headphones as we’ve ever worn.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug (optional), Google Assistant button, Weight: 310g

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless: Style and sound quality

Price when reviewed: £380 – Buy now from Amazon

If you thought the Bose headphones above were expensive, well, the Momentum 2.0 Wireless really take the biscuit. At £380, this is a seriously expensive set of wireless headphones, but to be fair you get a lot for your money. Sound quality is every bit as refined as the wired £280 Momentum headphones, but the addition of always-on noise cancelling means that you can hear more of the crisp highs and deep lows whether you’re on a noisy train or a transatlantic flight. Thankfully, the design doesn’t just look great either, as the leather earpieces prove to be supremely comfy for long listening sessions. If you want the best sound quality going, then these manage to pip the Bose ‘phones at the post.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 2.5mm headset jack plug (optional), Weight: 310g, Cable length: 1.2m

The best wireless headphones under £100

Brainwavz BLU-100: The best Bluetooth earphones for under £30

Price when reviewed: £30 – Buy now from Amazon

You’ve probably never heard of Brainwavz, but its little BLU-100 are the best value in-ear Bluetooth headphones you can buy. The sound quality is good enough to challenge rivals that cost twice the price, and the build quality belies the £30 price tag. Considering that you get a sturdy little carry case and a pair of the frankly excellent Comply S-400 memory-foam tips in the box, Brainwavz have put together an unbeatable package for the money. The only downside? The four-hour battery life means that these aren’t the best choice for long-haul flights or transatlantic travellers.

Key specs – Headphone type: In-ear Bluetooth aptX, Built-in microphone and remote, Cable length: N/A (neckband only)

Creative Outlier One: Multi-functional Bluetooth earphones

Price when reviewed: £35 – Buy now from Creative

The Creative Outlier One are sweat-proof Bluetooth earphones that offer an incredible sound and a long-lasting battery for only £35. Its sound quality is particularly impressive, too.

The Outlier One has a powerful sub- and mid-bass response that are both excellent in quantity and quality. Its treble is forward-sounding and provides the right amount of extension at the top end to keep your toes tapping. Better still, its soundstage is wide and deep, which means music isn’t congested.

They’re beautifully designed too, with a metal and black plastic design that make them look the part. With an IPX4-certified sweat-proof design, you’ll be able to take them on jogs under the rain. Thanks to its in-line mic and remote, you can make calls and control media without the need of using your smartphone.

Key specs – Headphone type: In-ear Bluetooth, Built-in microphone and remote, Cable length: N/A (neckband only)

Phonaudio ioSport: Budget Bluetooth earphones for sport

Price when reviewed: £40 – Buy now from Phonaudio

If you’re looking for Bluetooth earphones for the gym or for sports in general, and don’t want to be spending a large sum of money, then the Phonaudio ioSport might be the perfect match. It comes in four swanky colours, Blue, Green and Purple. If these vibrant colours don’t appeal to you, Phonaudio also offer the ioClassic for an extra £5, which come in a Gold, Black and Rose housing. In the package, you’ll find three sets of silicone tips and ear hooks (S, M, L), which aim to keep the earphones from falling out.

The ioSport’s design is fantastic, from the earphone’s housing to the tangle-free flat cable. A three-button remote with mic also allows you to answer calls and control your music wirelessly. It has around 6hrs of battery life and its Bluetooth range is over 10m.

For £40 it doesn’t sound bad either, with a rich treble and boomy bass response, they’ll sound good for most music genres. Its caveat is its recessed mids, uncontrolled mid-bass and rolled off highs. Regardless, for the price, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better sounding earphones designed to withstand sweat.

Key specs – Headphone type: In-ear Bluetooth, Built-in microphone and remote, Cable length: N/A (neckband only)

Sony MDR-ZX330BT: The best portable headphones

Price when reviewed: £50 – Buy now from Amazon

You don’t need to shell out hundreds of pounds to get a great pair of Bluetooth headphones. Sony’s MDR-ZX330BT retail for around the £50 mark, yet provide good sound quality and a generous 30 hours of battery life. There’s no option to resort to a cable when the battery runs out, which means they’re not much use for watching in-flight entertainment on a plane, but thankfully they do charge seriously quickly – one hour of charging is enough to provide ten hours of playback. Their lightweight and soft earpads make them supremely comfy to wear for long periods, but they do feel a tad flimsy. Look after them, though, and these Bluetooth headphones will hit the spot for sensible money.

Key specs – Headphone type: On-ear Bluetooth with NFC One-touch, Plug type: None, Weight: 150g, Cable length: none

SoundMAGIC E10BT: Impressive battery life with great sound

Price when reviewed: £60 – Buy now from Amazon

Following the success of the E10 and E10C’s, SoundMAGIC take one of the best budget earphones and turns them wireless with the E10BT. The earphones come with a £60 price tag, have a fantastic build quality, a good set of accessories and most importantly carry over the award-winning sound quality traits from its wired siblings.

Thanks to its shirt-clip design, The E10BT’s have an impressive 10-12hrs playback battery life, allowing you to take them on long journeys without having to worry about recharging them. You’re paying a £20 premium over the regular E10C (wired with mic), but with bonus of being wireless, the E10BT’s are highly recommended

Key specs – Headphone type: In-ear Bluetooth 4.2, Built-in microphone and remote, Cable length: N/A (neckband only)

JBL Reflect Mini BT: Perfect earphones for sport

Price when reviewed: £75 – Buy now from Amazon

JBL know a thing or two about making great headphones, and the Reflect Mini BT are no exception. These sturdy little in-ear headphones are designed to be perfect for everything from the morning commute to your local park run, and as a result, they’re both water resistant and solidly constructed. As the cable links around the back of your neck, they won’t get snagged on your clothes or caught on the treadmill, and the reflective cable covering means that you’ll stay a little more visible while jogging around after sunset. Crucially, sound quality is good, with a nice balanced all-round sound that’s suitable for any music tastes, and battery life is around six hours.

Key specs – Headphone type: In-ear Bluetooth, Built-in microphone and remote, Cable length: N/A (neckband only)

Lindy BNX-60: Most affordable noise-cancelling headphones

Price when reviewed: £80 – Buy now from Amazon

The sound of silence often comes with a premium price, but Lindy’s BNX-60 is one of the most affordable sets of noise-cancelling headphones we’ve come across. Throw in Bluetooth connectivity as well, and they’re a bit of a bargain at around £80.

The large, padded ear cups are nice and comfortable for long journeys, and battery life is rated at 15 hours with Bluetooth, or 30 hours if you decide to use the included audio cable instead. Sound quality is very good when using the noise-cancellation feature – the bass is a little boomy, rather than tight and focused, but the mid- and higher frequencies ring out nice and clear, and work well with a variety of musical genres.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and music control buttons, Plug type: 3.5mm jack plug, Weight: 318g, Cable length: 1.5m

Motorola Stream True Wireless: Multi-functional portable earphones

Price when reviewed: £55 – Buy now from Amazon

The Motorola Stream True Wireless are ultra-portable Bluetooth earphones that are compatible with both Siri and Google Now. Due to their size, the earphones only last 2hrs on a single charge, but thankfully Motorola provides a charging case that adds an additional 4hrs.

Its sound quality is good, with a good bass slam and a lively treble. Although at this price point, its rivals, such as the SoundMAGIC E10BT provide a much better sound – here, you’re paying for the portability and lightweight nature of the earphones. If you’re looking for an ultra-portable Bluetooth earphone that can be used in both stereo and mono mode, get the Motorola Stream True Wireless.

Key specs – Headphone type: In-ear, Built-in microphone and music control buttons, Plug type: N/A, Weight: 54g, Cable length: N/A

Soul ST-XS: Ultra-portable Bluetooth earphones

Price when reviewed: £80 – Buy now from Amazon

The Soul ST-XS are very much like the Motorola Stream True Wireless. They’re tiny earphones that work in both stereo and mono-mode. However, unlike the Motorola earphones, these have an impressive sound quality.

Throughout the frequency range, these impress – the bass is deep and pronounced, the treble is non-recessed and forward-sounding and the highs are clear with a good extension at the top-end. They don’t sound congested either, with a detailed soundstage that’s both wide and deep-sounding music has space to breathe.

If you’re looking for impressive ultra-portable earphones and want the convenience of using these Bluetooth earphones for calls, music or running, then look no further than the Soul ST-XS.

Key specs – Headphone type: In-ear, Built-in microphone and music control buttons, Plug type: N/A, Weight: 49g, Cable length: N/A

The best wireless headphones under £200

Philips SHB9850NC: Affordable, active noise-cancellation, Bluetooth aptX

Price when reviewed: £110 – Buy now from Amazon

Just one look at the Philips’ feature list would be enough to make you think that the price above is a misprint. It’s not, however. The Philips SHB9850NC combine the latest in Bluetooth aptX wireless with noise-cancelling technology, and best of all they do it for only a little over £100. As you’d expect, the design and build quality isn’t as fashionable or exotic as pricier rivals, but Philips has nailed the essentials. Sound quality errs on the side of warmth rather than pinpoint detail, and the noise cancellation isn’t as effective as the best, but if your budget simply can’t stretch to the Bose or Sennheiser models below, then the Philips will do you proud.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug (optional), Weight: 275g, Cable length: 1.2

Soul X-TRA SX31BU: The best Bluetooth headphones for runners

Price when reviewed: £116 – Buy now from Amazon

There are many Bluetooth headphones that are advertised for gym-goers and runners. Most, however, fail to provide a secure fit and due to the isolation, make it more dangerous for runners to hear oncoming traffic. Thankfully, the Soul X-TRA SX31BU are secure, have washable ear pads and have four LED lights at the back of the headphones, to alert drivers or others of your presence.

That’s right, if you want to alert people behind you, you simply have to press the Vol+ and Vol- buttons to turn on, off or have the four LEDs flashing – an ingenious idea that can save someone’s life.

They don’t sound bad either, albeit a recessed mid-range and rolled off highs, the headphones have a warm sound signature with a hefty bassline. As for their build quality, they’re lightweight, have a fully foldable design and a distinct black and blue theme. More importantly, they have a breathable design – a requirement for fitness goers.

The Soul X-TRA SX31BU are the best headphones for runners. They’re comfortable, sweat resistant, ultra-portable, sounds relatively good and have four LEDs to alert those behind you – it’s the complete package.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug (optional), Weight: 198g, Cable length: N/A

Skullcandy Crusher Wireless: The best Bluetooth headphones for bassheads

Price when reviewed: £120 – Buy now from Amazon

Bass, bass and more bass. If you’re looking for over-the-ear Bluetooth headphones with a lot of bass, then nothing comes close to the Skullcandy Crusher Wireless. The sheer amount of bass these are able to reproduce is simply astonishing. If you want even more bass, you can even adjust the bass slider!

As a result of all this bass, its mids are pushed back. So, if you’re looking for headphones that can reproduce crystal-clear vocals, these aren’t it. Its highs are sibilant, making it uncomfortable to listen to female vocals. Its overall sound presentation is warm, V-shaped and fun sounding, and if it wasn’t clear already, an emphasis on bass.

The Crusher Wireless has a quoted 40hrs battery life, but if you forget to charge the headphones, you can still use it through its auxiliary input found on the left-hand side driver, by the micro-USB charging port.

Skullcandy is always known for its designs and the Crusher Wireless looks stunning. Available in two colours, Coral/Schwarz and Coral/Schwarz, the headphones look fantastic. A play/pause button/answer/reject, skip/previous and vol up/down buttons are found on the right-hand driver.

If you’re looking for Bluetooth headphones with a serious amount of bass, then look no further than the Skullcandy Crusher Wireless.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug (optional), Weight: 275g, Cable length: 1.2m

Noontec Hammo TV: A wireless headphone for your TV

Price when reviewed: £120 – Buy now from Amazon

Noontec has built up a reputation for its Zoro II headphones. The Hammo TV are an impressive set of wireless headphones that connect via Bluetooth to your smartphone or via its wireless docking station, which can then be connected to your TV via a 3.5mm or RCA jack.

Its versatility is impressive and having the ability to switch between your phone and TV means you can use the headphones around the house and on-the-go with your smartphone. It uses Bluetooth apt-X to transmit from the docking station to the headphones but is limited to Bluetooth 4.0 with any other device.

Its sound quality is impressive. The bass has a nice rumble to it, with a good mid-bass slam. The mid-range is slightly pushed back, which does result in a slightly warmer sound. Its highs are slightly rolled off at the top end but are still able to provide a good amount of sparkle. The most impressive aspect is its soundstage, which has a good width, depth and tonality.

The ability to connect to your TV wirelessly is its key selling point. There aren’t many headphones at £120 that provide the same level of versatility and sound quality. If you’re in the market for a set of headphones that you can use both in front of the TV and on-the-go, get the Noontec Hammo TV.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug (optional), Weight: Unknown, Cable length: 1.5m

Damson HeadSpace: Premium-built ANC headphones

Price when reviewed: £130 – Buy now from Amazon

The Damson HeadSpace attracted a lot of attention on Indiegogo with 638% of the campaign funded in June 2017. So, what makes these headphones so special? XD Audio (or ‘Crossover Definition’) is an in-house technology that delivers hiss-free ANC sound. In comparison to rival ANC headphones, the HeadSpace is astonishingly good at removing any audible hissing and ambient noise.

The headphones are suited for mainstream music, as with a strong bass response and sparkly highs these have a fun sound and produce a warm tone. This results in a slightly pushed back mid-range. Its soundstage is a little closed, but instrument separation is good.

Damson has done a fantastic job with the design and build quality of the HeadSpace headphones. Its brushed aluminium finish makes it stand out from the rest, but at 335g it is rather heavy to wear for longer listening sessions.

If you run out of its 16-hour quoted battery life, you can listen to the headphones through s 3.5mm auxiliary cable. At the right-hand side of the headphones you’ll find a play/pause, volume up/down and skip/previous button. You can also answer calls directly from the headphones through its in-built mic.

If you’re in the market for stylish Bluetooth ANC headphones, the Damson HeadSpace is a fantastic choice for £130.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug (optional), Weight: 335g, Cable length: 1.2m

AKG Y50BT: Portable and lightweight

Price when reviewed: £130 – Buy now from Amazon

The AKG Y50BT might have been doing the rounds since 2015, but that doesn’t mean you should discount them. This is a truly wonderful pair of headphones for the money, and while they launched at £200, you can now find them for nearer £130 – which only makes them even more of a bargain. The sound quality over Bluetooth is superb, and if anything sounds better than via the supplied cable thanks to the Y50BT’s clever sound-massaging trickery, but they’re a great-sounding pair of headphones in either case. Bass is firm, highs are crisp, and the sound is balanced enough to do justice to any music you send their way.

Key specs – Headphone type: On-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm jack plug, Weight: 190g, Cable length: 1.2m

Gibson Trainer Ti100: Best gym earphones

Price when reviewed: £135 – Buy now from Amazon

These in-ear phones are endorsed by the mighty Usain Bolt himself, so you won’t be surprised that they’re geared specifically towards running. They have some particularly runner-friendly features, such as a flashing LED light that makes it easier to be seen at night, and a special SafeSound mode that lowers the volume and bass so that you can hear traffic and other nearby sounds.

Sound quality is very good, with plenty of deep bass presence, so they’re a great choice if you like thumping dance tracks for your workout routine. Battery life is relatively modest at around 6.5 hours, but that should be more than plenty for a quick jog around the park.

Key specsHeadphone type: In-ear Bluetooth, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: N/A, Weight: 100g, Cable length: N/A

FIIL Diva: Portable, active-noise-cancelling headphones with Bluetooth aptX

Price when reviewed: £146 – Buy now from Amazon

FIIL isn’t a mainstream consumer brand, but its Indiegogo campaign received a lot of attention with a 344% crowdsourced in October 2016 for its Diva Pro headphones. The Pro variant has a few extra features, which are outlined on the company’s website, these can be found for £210 on Amazon, while the regular version sits at £146.

The headphones are jam-packed with features: Bluetooth 4.1 aptX, touch-sensitive media controls, a built-in mic, active-noise cancellation (with different modes: Wind mode with ANC, Monitoring mode with ANC – to listen to voices while wearing them, regular ANC mode and non-ANC mode), and motion sensor technology that automatically plays music when you put the headphones on your ears and pauses when they’re around your neck.

The headphones’ build quality is also impressive, The Diva is available in black and white colours. It has a foldable design, an adjustable headband that also is comfortable through its soft padding and an illuminated FIIL logo that stands out from the crowd.

Its sound quality is surprisingly good. There’s a rich bass response that extends into the sub-bass regions and provides a punchy sound. Its mid-range isn’t overly recessed and its treble provides the right amount of energy to music. Its soundstage is also impressive, albeit not 3D-sounding, as the company suggests, but impressive nonetheless. If you’re looking for ANC headphones with an impressive sound and a large pool of features, the FIIL Diva is an excellent Bose alternative.

Key specs – Headphone type: On-ear Bluetooth 4.1 with aptX, Built-in microphone and music control buttons, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug, Weight: 215g, Cable length: 1.2m

Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II: Great sound quality with a noise-cancelling mic

Price when reviewed: £200 – Buy now from Amazon

The Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II are incredibly comfortable, thanks to their large, padded earpieces and contoured headband. Their sturdy design is ideal for outdoor use, and also includes a noise-cancelling microphone for voice calls when you’re out and about. The headphones fold flat for easy storage, and you get a convenient carry case too, which makes the SoundLink a great choice for commuters. Sound quality is great, with excellent battery life – up to 15 hours with Bluetooth, and you can carry on listening to music once the battery dies thanks to its 3.5mm audio cable.

Key specs – Headphone type: Over-ear headset, Built-in microphone and remote, Plug type: 3.5mm jack plug, Weight: 196g, Cable length: 1.2m

Philips Fidelio M2BT: Comfortable headphones with a hands-free calling

Price when reviewed: £200 – Buy now from Amazon

The original Fidelio M1BT was one of our favourite sets of closed, Bluetooth wireless headphones and the M2BT continue to improve on that formula. Those big padded earpieces are supremely comfortable, and they sound fantastic too, with an attractive bass sound that is firm but not overpowering.

Integrated controls in the earpieces make changing volume and tracks really convenient, and there’s also a built-in microphone for hands-free voice calls. Battery life is around ten hours when using Bluetooth for wireless music, but you can still use them with the included audio cable when the battery runs flat. There’s a cheaper, wired version available and a more expensive version that has Apple’s Lightning connector, so make sure you choose the right version before buying.

Key specs – Headphone type: On-ear Bluetooth, Built-in microphone and music control buttons, Plug type: 3.5mm headset jack plug, Weight: 190g, Cable length: 1.2m

(expertreviews.co.uk, https://goo.gl/LEJZZz)

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