Best Bluetooth Headsets in 2020 (April Reviews)

The best Bluetooth headsets provide exceptional audio quality while allowing users to take calls without touching a phone, a must for multi-tasking and distraction-free driving. Choosing the wrong one can mean the difference between driving and fumbling or a carefree drive. Our evaluation focused on audio quality, battery life, call control buttons, ease of use, noise cancellation features, and design. We also looked into auxiliary functions, such as the ability to connect two devices at the same time and overall build quality.

After more than 15 hours of research and testing, our top pick goes to the New Bee Bluetooth Headset. This Bluetooth headset features CVC 2.0 noise-canceling technology for clear sound, 360-degree adjustable earbuds, up to 3 hour charge time for a full day of talk time, and a generous 3-year warranty. Two devices can be connected at the same time, along with a 15-meter range, ideal for those in smaller gyms who prefer not to carry a device. Hands-free talking is really comfortable when using this headset. Keep reading to learn more about the New Bee Bluetooth Handset and six others that met our strict grading criteria.

As a side note, for gaming, check out the best Xbox One headset and the best PS4 headset to find the best gaming headset. The best wireless gaming headset will also help your game.

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Learn More About Bluetooth Headsets

 

While Bluetooth headsets may not be as popular as they once were, they are still an essential part of the professional mobile device kit and remain very useful in many situations. This is why Gadget Review provides expert Bluetooth headset reviews and recommends the best bluetooth headsets and most important features for curious consumers. If you want your first headset or are looking for a replacement for an old version, stop by Gadget Review and see what we have to see before making up your mind!

The common Bluetooth headsets perform a very basic task, and it can be tough to stand out from the crowd. That's why the best Bluetooth headsets tend to offer extra features and capabilities, like noise cancelling so that you can hear people even in the middle of crowds, or hybrid options that combine wireless earbuds for music with the ability to take calls. However, Bluetooth headsets are typically designed to work well with only a specific range of smartphones, so you need to buy the right headset for the job. Gadget Review can help you out with our guides, recommendations, and more!

You may also want to check out the best headphones and the best noise cancelling headphones for more audio. Our 6 of the best in ear headphones list is also helpful. And if Beats is your preference, read about Beats wireless headphones.

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