Are you thinking of embracing the world of Wireless Headphones? It may be that you are sick of spending the first few minutes of your commute trying to untangle your knotted headphones or you just want more freedom when you go to the gym but whatever your reasoning, there will be a pair out there to suit your needs. 


When it comes to Wireless Headphones, there are a lot of different options out there for you to choose from. It really depends on personal preference on if you want over ear, on ear, in ear and then there’s the battery life to consider and let’s not forget the budget! It can be a challenge trying to make a decision, so we have rounded up some of the best ones on the market to make your choice an easy one. 


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APPLE AirPods Wireless Bluetooth Headphones 

The wireless in ear headphones from Apple are compact and lightweight so that you never need to be without them. They offer 5 hours of listening on a single charge, however, if you are caught short, it’s worth knowing that a 15-minute charge will give you another 3 hours. 

To take hands free to the next level, simply double tap either headphone to activate Siri allowing you to make calls, switch songs or playlists, adjust the volume or ask for directions. You can switch between your Apple devices as they also connect to Apple Watch, iPad and Mac. 

Buy now: £159.00 

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BANG & OLUFSEN H4 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones 

If you are looking for simplistic, contemporary style and don’t want to compromise on sound quality, then the Beoplay H4 may be the right fit for you. 


The padded ear cups allow for an extremely comfortable wear, especially if tend to wear your headphones for long periods of time and with a generous battery life of up to 19 hours, you’ll be able to stay on the move whether you are taking calls or listening to your favourite tunes. 

Buy now: £250 

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JVC HA-S60BT-B-E Wireless Bluetooth Headphones 

Let’s face it, headphones, especially those of the wireless variety, tend to come with a bit of a heavy price tag.  If you’re looking to dip your toe into the world of wireless headphones but don’t want to be too out of pocket, then this stylish pick from JVC might be up your street. 

Coming in at under £50, you get 17 hours battery life and a detachable cable for when charging isn’t an option and three different audio modes you can switch between depending what you are listening to.  

The microphone quality hasn’t had the best reviews but if they would be purely for listening to music, they are great for the price and they fold away into a neat little case too. 

Buy now: £49.99 (save £5) 

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BOSE QuietComfort QC35 II Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones 

Bose is one of those names that is synonymise with sound quality, you just know that with a Bose product, the audio is going to be top class and that has certainly been the reviews of these headphones. 

The noise cancellation on these headphones allow you to lose yourself in your music, your work or whatever you need to focus on as they cut out the noisy distractions of the world around us. But sometimes, we do need to let the outside world in and with these, you can adjust the level of noise cancellation, you don’t want to miss that all important tannoy message at the station. 

The battery life is not too shabby either, 20 hours which when is running low can be topped up by another 2.5 hours with only a quick 15 minute charge.  

Buy now: £299.95 

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MARSHALL Monitor Wireless Bluetooth Headphones 

Any muso worth their salt will recognise the Marshall name, you barely see an amplifier without their logo. Their stylish headphones are bound to have you stand out in the crowd. 

A noteworthy feature with these would be the battery life, which is up to 30 hours. If these are only are being used in short bursts like with your daily commute, then you could go without charging for a few weeks. There is always the detachable cord so you’ll never be caught short, even if you have forgot to charge up. 

Buy now: £169.96 

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Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds  

Known as truly wireless, these little headphones have been engineered to deliver great audio quality leaving you in a little world of your own. Despite being light to wear, they won’t easily fall out of the ears. Included is 3 different sized eartips so that you find the perfect fit for you. 

If noise cancellation is not something you are looking for, especially when you’re commuting or in the gym, the technology allows external ambience to filter through for audio awareness. 

Buy now: £129.00 

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Sony - WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones 

Another noise cancelling choice, this time, brought to you by Sony. These stylish headphones might be at the higher end of the price scale but according to the reviews, they are certainly worth the money. 

These comfortable, noise cancelling headphones give a brilliant 30 hours of battery and will allow you to completely immerse yourself in the audio world.. 

The accompanying App gives you the ability to amend the settings at your fingertips. 

Buy now: £299 

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prices correct as of 03/04/2019