10 Best Wireless Earbuds in 2020

If you're looking for the next pair of best wireless earbuds to listen to on the go privately, then you'll want to take a peek at our shortlist for 2019's 10 Best Wireless Earbuds.

If you like to listen to your playlists on the go, earbuds are the most sensible option, since they are much more compact and simpler to grab than the wireless headphone versions.

With a mic, most modern earbuds are mounted, making them ideal for answering calls, and voice commands from the confines of your pocket to your phone.

There are thousands of models to choose from, which means that when it comes to searching for the right true wireless earbuds online, it can be like looking for a needle in a haystack.

View The Best Wireless Earbuds Below

1. Bluephonic True Wireless Earbuds

We're beginning our list with Bluephonic's Smart-Touch package of true wireless earbuds. With their wireless charging case, they are a pair of cordless buds in true wireless fashion.

These earbuds are priced competitively and very well-made. To direct the ear tips into place, the teardrop-shaped speaker enclosure and ergonomically angled design support.

The earbuds are easy to wear - the tips are made of lightweight rubber that is skin-friendly and offers a tight fit, making these real wireless headphones suitable for those who want to jog.

Touch controls, which allow you to play and pause songs, as well as handle voice commands and answer calls on the go, benefit from these wireless headphones.

The mic is decent enough, and it doesn't cut out the Bluetooth signal. The speakers have good quality of sound - in the mix, the bass is impressive, and the overall description does not disappoint.

Inside their storage case, they magnetically charge, which features small LED indicators that turn red when the charge is full. To show a 25 per cent reduction in battery life, four lights drop out one at a time.

The case charges within 2 hours, storing the wireless earbuds for a total of 5 separate charges. The transfer of each deposited charge takes approximately 1 hour.

Pros:

  • + Clever touch screens.
  • + Excellent recording.
  • + 5 x secret fees.

Why We Liked It -These earbuds are a great true wireless package that provides ample charge for the enjoyment of a full day.

 

2. FOCUSPOWER F10

Next is the FOCUSPOWER F10 miniature model, which offers a single wireless mono earphone. This means that you will have to purchase two earbuds for stereo audio, but they are economically priced - buying a pair will just set you back as much as a regular paired set anyway.

These very well-manufactured wireless earbuds feature a discrete, low-profile ergonomic in-ear style. The ear tips are a convenient match. With stable sound pressure levels, the headphones direct audio from the driver units to the listener.

Although mono, the sound quality is brilliant. The medium frequency ranges are well-defined, making it simple to understand conversation and communication. The peaks and lows are also well-balanced, too.

For simplicity, Bluetooth maintains a stable signal and benefits from multi-point technology, enabling the earbuds to be linked simultaneously to 2 devices.

A USB stick with a lightweight folding feature comes with it.

Directly from your computer or laptop, the wireless earbud will charge, offering an average of 7 hours on medium settings (4.5 at full volume - that's just under 5 hours!) It recharges in less than 30 minutes.

Pros:

  • + Solitary choice for earbuds.
  • + Profile poor.
  • + Mono Audio Output.

Why We Liked It - It is another excellent true wireless earbud choice that comes with comfortable ergonomics in a compact, lightweight shape.

 

 

3. BeatsX Earphones - Black

For small ears, this next pair of wireless earphones is another good choice. With a rim, they feature small dome-tips that help hold them in the right place.

The relaxed and tight fit allows for great freedom of movement. Using a flex-form cable that goes around the back of your neck, you can connect these earbuds together.

If you need to pop the earbuds in and out while you go about your business, the cable lets them hang loose around your neck. It is flexible enough for comfort but also has adequate shape to provide them with good stability, ensuring that between use they do not slip off your neck.

The quality of the sound is strong. The speakers have a well-engineered design that offers a strong frequency response - the bass is impressive for the small size of the wireless earbuds.

They have a secure Bluetooth link, and they benefit from a quick-charging Fast Fuel feature that gives a 5-minute charge for about 2 hours of playback - ideal for those with a busy life.

There is a microphone for hands-free use and a Remote Talk feature.

Pros:

  • + Flex Shape Cable.
  • + The tiny earbuds.
  • + Brilliant speakers.
  • + Fast Fuel function.

Why We Liked It - They are a versatile and convenient option for wireless earphones; they are less likely to get lost with the flex-form cable, and we love the capabilities of Fast Fuel recharge.

 

 

4. Mpow Flame Bluetooth

For the better part of a year, the Mpow Flame Bluetooth range of wireless earbuds has been a long-running best-seller, possibly because with their sport-oriented, weather-conscious style, packed at a budget-friendly price, they give pretty great value for money.

To ensure that they stay put, Mpow is a wireless Bluetooth earbud with full over-ear hooks. The improved stability offered by the hooks helps the wearer to move more rigorously, making the athletically inclined the best choice for them.

They contain great speaker driver units that, with a decent frequency response blend, pump out rich stereo audio.

These earbuds are well-made and accredited by IPX 7, meaning that their water resistance is good. For recreational users, this is helpful as it ensures that you can work up a sweat without worrying, as well as venture outside for your workout routine. As long as the weather is concerned, your mind will be at peace.

They deliver 7-9 hours of battery life and are equipped with a microphone for noise reduction to keep communication lines open during use.

Pros:

  • + Hooks over-ear.
  • + certification under IPX 7.
  • + Reducing and cancelling noise.

Why We Liked It -For more sporty styles, they're the best option. These earbuds are well-designed, have decent resistance to sweat, and on the go serve up great sound quality as well.

 

 

5. LETSCOM Bluetooth

We have another nice LETSCOM over-ear hook type Bluetooth earbud option here.

With the Mpows above, these earbuds are competitively priced. They, again, have a better range of motion with ample stability.

For greater fidelity, LETSCOM has optimized the bass inside the circuitry, and for a low-cost set, the great sound quality is dynamic and shockingly impressive.

Their wireless earbuds also feature a noise-canceling mic, so outside interference won't disturb your hands-free calls. The microphone on these earbuds is decent enough, again.

The Bluetooth is robust, with a battery life lasting approximately 8 hours. They even come in a variety of colors to choose from, aesthetic wise.

Pros:

  • + Option for over-ear.
  • + Optimisation of the bass.
  • + Speech calls noise-canceling.

Why We Liked It -These true wireless headphones are a cheaper option for active lifestyles with a strong presence, a long battery life of 8 hours, and a rugged over-ear design.

 

 

6. TaoTronics Bluetooth Headphones

This next collection features a magnetic necklace-like design to ensure that the headphones are not lost and to allow them to be held on you at all times easily and comfortably.

The soft silicone ear-tips and a versatile shape of the wingtip help keep the bud inside your inner ear tucked, ensuring it stays in place. This offers more flexibility to the listener.

They capture one-another if they fall, closing magnetically into a necklace, offering a simple solution for tangle-free storage.

The wireless earbuds have metal enclosures and dynamic drivers that work hard in the harbor. This benefits from AptX technology, ensuring that the signal fidelity remains faithful to the Bluetooth streaming, and does not lag or stutter.

Along with the tuned frequency response, the digital signal processing helps the earbuds to provide a better understanding of balanced dynamic audio quality.

They are equipped with a good built-in microphone that runs CVC 8.0 noise cancellation technology, rejects all background sound, and for better comprehension, keeps communication lines open.

They have a certification of level 6 IPX water resistance, which keeps the internal electronics well protected from the elements. Such earbuds also have a typical 14-hour battery life.

Pros:

  • + Tips for magnets.
  • + Tech Apt X.
  • + Nice definition of audio.
  • + 6 IPX.
  • + Generous battery life of 14-hours.

Why We Liked It - These wireless earbuds are affordably priced and very well-made. They serve audio supported by excellent DSP, benefiting from Apt X tech to assist with their nature of streaming.

 

 

7. TBI Pro True Wireless Earbuds

The TBI Pro are real wireless headphones with elongated arms sitting under the cheekbones and helping them stay in place. They are lightweight and compact and are again capable of handling an extra charge with the help of a charging case.

They will last for the entire day when you completely charge the case (24 hours). It takes about 3 hours to charge the stations and offers five storage charges. When they are put in their station, the wireless earbuds switch on and off automatically.

With an IPX rating of 6, these wireless earbuds are well-constructed. They have convenient, spherical earbud tips with foam memory. You can compress them and then, once implanted, they snap-back to shape, providing a safe fit in your ear.

With pricier sets, the high-quality audio competes - it has outstanding clarity, and with strong presence, the bass is distortion-free.

Bluetooth 5.0 and fast pairing in a single stage. The earbuds have and are widely compatible with a microphone for voice control use.

Pros:

  • + Foam tips for memory.
  • + Audio output with HiFi.
  • + Battery life for a long time.

Why We Liked It - They are another option for the best true wireless earbuds. They rest comfortably in their ears, and the sound is very impressive.

 

 

8. GoNovate Airo True Wireless

GoNovate's Airo model makes it well worth considering another true wireless earbud option.

These wireless earbuds have a sturdy build and a traditional low-profile in-ear design with a distinctive shark-fin style enclosure shape to help them stay in place comfortably.

With better power performance, they were newly upgraded, reducing their consumption. These wireless earbuds have 6 hours of battery life, with an additional 30 hours packed in their charging case, for a total of 36 hours of running time.

Their drivers are made up of quality components; they benefit from processing circuits that provide a deeper bass resonance. With well established trebles, the audio has fantastic bass-driven dynamics.

They are also designed to function in a binaural call mode; to help keep contact clear, they have on-board active noise cancellation capabilities.

The mic is of high quality, and the connection to Bluetooth is current, easy to pair, and widely compatible.

Their electronic parts are sealed, and they are very resistant to water

Pros:

  • + voice calls from Binaural.
  • + Bass Deeper.
  • + immune to water.
  • + Battery life improved.

Why We Liked It - They are well produced. The shark-fin design allows them to stay put; the audio is high quality, and the battery life of 36 hours is staggering.

 

 

9. Bluetooth Headphones, NANAMI

We have a second magnetic range in our penultimate position, which comes with a solid flexi-cord neck collar between the two buds, enabling them to clasp-shut into a necklace. They appear very well-made but sell below the wireless earphones package of TaoTronics, offering a cheaper option with a restrictive cap for those shopping.

The collar is bendable, with inline buttons, as well as an integrated call-handling and voice command microphone. To ensure that the environment does not hinder contact, they use noise cancelation during calls.

There are much smaller earbud tips on these wireless headphones, and so their speaker drivers are more portable. The silicone tips are relaxed, and the company offers a number of sizes to choose from.

Surprisingly, the smaller drivers are capable; they serve up great audio with good dynamics in the mix.

They have upgraded Bluetooth to version 5.0 recently, and they have a new QCC3003 advanced chip. The battery has a good power, providing between charges for around 10 hours of play-time.

Pros:

  • + Nature of magnetic clasps.
  • + mic MEM's.
  • + Cheap substitute and cheerful.

Why We Liked It - They are a low-cost, convenient Bluetooth wireless headphone solution, pristine call handling is supported by the MEM mic, and a useful concept is the magnetic nature.

 

 

10. Mpow D7 [Upgraded] Bluetooth

We are finishing with a second Mpow earbud model, their D7 Upgraded package, this time a true wireless style option.

They are well-engineered and inexpensive for retailers. A reasonable description of well-balanced audio is given by the drivers.

These earbuds come in a sturdy carrying case that doubles as a case for wireless charging, enabling them to last about 20 hours.

Bluetooth has been upgraded to version 5.0 and is equipped with dual microphones to ensure simple use of voice handling.

They have secure connectivity and are compatible for usability with a number of devices. They have a long-lasting build quality and have an ergonomic fit.

To help them stay put, the Mpow D7 is also lightweight and angled. The interchangeable tips are easy to wear and made from memory foam that is skin-friendly; small, medium and large tips are offered.

Like the over-ear model, they are IPX7 waterproof, so again, they make an excellent outdoor option as they can withstand a little rainfall.

Pros:

  • + Model revamped.
  • + Certificate from IPX7.
  • + Battery life of 20-hours.

Why We Liked It -Well-conceived, they are. The audio has a strong dynamic balance, has good water-resistant properties, and the use of the battery on offer is pretty impressive to boot.

 

Wireless Earbuds Buyers Guide

There are a few items to remember when it comes to wireless earbuds. In our handy buyers' guide, we've tried to break down the main factors.

What to Look for When Buying Wireless Earbuds?

You will need to narrow down the search criteria by agreeing upon a design preference before you commit to purchasing.

Styles

A support system can come with several new earbud models to help keep them in place. This may be a more ergonomic form of the earbud, so the ear fits well enough to protect its positioning.

With or without a secondary support system, ergonomics is important, as the bud can cause pain and even minor harm if it doesn't suit you well.

Above all else, the earbud tip should be comfortable; the material used plays an important part. To hold it smooth and flexible, non-slip, and friction-free all at once, it should be rubber, foam, or silicon. Silicon is a good choice for tips, as it is a winning combo, hypoallergenic and sweat-resistant.

As the ears of others vary so slightly, it is better to look for a set that includes a variety of tip sizes to ensure that you get a good match for yourself.

As compared to an over-ear choice for the comfort they offer for their smaller sizes, most individuals choose an in-ear option. This makes them even more compact and you can tuck them in a pocket for quick inter-use transportation and storage.

If you find a folding package with a solid build, over-ear sets can be trickier to bring around.

Some earbuds in areas, such as an over-ear hook, or a smaller fin-style hook that lets the earbud stay inside your ear, may provide extra physical support. The decision between the two is solely based on choice and comes down to the levels of comfort they offer.

We suggest that a full over-ear hook would be best for you if you are especially involved, as it offers greater stability. In contrast to other headphones, however, some people do find them a little uncomfortable. But if you need a safe pair of earphones, the way to go could be with wireless, over-ear hooks.

Sets that have a neck cord have another common design type to choose from. Any of these can combine into a necklace with magnetic enclosures that form it. There are also some more versatile collar/neck-brace choices - it's all about choosing the best for you.

You can think of less insignificant items once you have your style picked. The audio quality should be the primary objective. Therefore, to find the best noise quality, it is important that you understand the specifications of the speaker array itself. Especially if you value your bass, there are a couple of key points to consider.

Earbud Speakers

Naturally, earbud speakers have much smaller dimensions, so the driver systems need to be well calibrated and their processing of electrical circuits needs to be adjusted to help them cope efficiently with the signals they are transmitting to them.

It is important that the components have good structural integrity. The cones should be capable of dealing with both low and high frequencies.

With a smaller surface area available to capture the vibrations, Bass can be troublesome, but as long as the cones are flexible enough, as well as rigid, they should be able to handle the low without a problem.

Source a set of earbuds that have improved bass processing for better depth and impact if the bass is relevant to you, but ensure that you rest your ears every once in a while, because with bass-driven models, the sound pressure levels can be greater.

If you're not sensible, repeated use and sensitivity to high volume and direct in-ear noises may have consequences, hurting your hearing.

Noise cancellation

If you are going to use your earbuds directly with your mobile phone, noise cancelation is desirable; you will need excellent signal clarity to better manage your calls.

Noise isolation operates by picking up on the surrounding noise using secondary external microphones. It then copies the signature of the waveform and plays it in an inverse manner that cancels the outer noise effectively.

However, noise-canceling can be consuming, so noise-canceling earbud sets tend to have a faster drain of the battery and lower battery life overall.

Bluetooth connectivity

If you want wireless earbuds, then a primary factor needs to be the onboard Bluetooth.

To provide broader consistency and maintain a consistent, secure source, the version installed should be as current as your budget allows.

Bluetooth audio signal fidelity can be susceptible to stuttering. A variety of technologies are available that assist with encoding and decoding.

Conclusion

It can be a minefield to traverse the never-ending list of competitive items available at the click of a button when you have to swap a pair of earbuds.

Few standard sets in the lower-priced regions masquerade above their stations, but for the most part, you get what you pay for. If your budget permits, try to avoid the cheaper brands and follow our guide to help narrow down your product specs, as many earbuds provide features that you do not need.

We have tried to offer an unbiased yet thorough analysis of the latest online best-sellers, and we hope you can make a savvy future purchase of the best real wireless earbuds, whatever your personal needs might be, armed with our buyers' guide details.