Bluetooth Headphones Reviews For 2019

Gadget Review offers expert Bluetooth headphones reviews, a list of best bluetooth headphones for working out (even best headphones for running) and comparisons to help you make up your mind when it comes to the best bluetooth headphones on the market! Our top headphone reviews show how bluetooth headphones connect wirelessly to your smartphone or other devices and are made by brands like Jaybird, Jabra, Bose, Sennheiser, Beats and many other companies. They tend to be expensive, but with our expert reviews and top lists, you can quickly find a deal that will work best for you!

Latest Bluetooth Headphones Reviews

Optoma BE Free8 Review: The Best Hearables Yet

Optoma BE Free8 Review: The Best Hearables Yet

Before buying headphones, read Mistakes to Avoid. During my time with the Optoma BE Free8 earbuds, I was consistently blown away by the sound quality that I was getting out of these headphones. During my time with the Optoma BE Free8 earbuds, I was consistently blown away by the sound…
Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones Review

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones Review

Bowers & Wilkins also joins the Bluetooth wireless club by cutting the wire of its esteemed P7 over-ear headphone series. The P7 Wireless maintains the P7's original classy design, but stuffs in Bluetooth wireless playback, a substantial battery, and HiFi-capable aptX wireless audio codec. Read our P7 Wireless review to…
Optoma NuForce BE Sport 3 Bluetooth Headphones Review

Optoma NuForce BE Sport 3 Bluetooth Headphones Review

The Optoma NuForce BE Sport 3 include a revolutionary set of earbud tips that keep them snug in your ears during any listening conditions.
BeatsX are the iPhone-Ready, Bluetooth Earbuds You’ve Been Waiting For

BeatsX are the iPhone-Ready, Bluetooth Earbuds You’ve Been Waiting For

BeatsX may be the best noise cancelling headphones we’ve seen in a while. Did anyone else find Apple’s new announcement about the wireless AirPods a little awkward? Those earbuds aren’t doing themselves any favors, especially when you take a minute to think about how easily they will fall out or…
Muzik One Headphones Connect to Spotify, Smart Homes

Muzik One Headphones Connect to Spotify, Smart Homes

Looking for new wireless headphones to use around the house? Muzik One is one of the most interesting offerings we've seen.
Best Headphones for Running

Best Headphones for Running

It's not the easiest task to build a quality sounding headphone that can keep up with you while running and other workouts. Today's push for wireless solutions add even more complication. But several manufacturers have taken on the challenge, and some have prevailed. We examine 6 of today's well-built sport…
Motorola VerveOnes True Wireless Earbuds Review

Motorola VerveOnes True Wireless Earbuds Review

Motorola enters the true wireless earbud market with the VerveOnes. It promises simplicity, ease of use, and great audio. Find out if Motorola's first attempt at a completely cable-free earbud shines or falters.
LG TONE Platinum Bluetooth Headphone Review

LG TONE Platinum Bluetooth Headphone Review

LG refines its successful TONE wireless headset formula to compete with more premium offerings. The TONE Platinum certainly looks the part, with metal accents and eye-pleasing finishes. But it's not just about the looks. LG keeps up with the latest and greatest Bluetooth audio standard - aptX HD. This makes…
Apollo 7 Earbuds are of the New, Totally Wireless Generation: Does It Work?

Apollo 7 Earbuds are of the New, Totally Wireless Generation: Does It Work?

The Apollo 7 earbuds are fully wireless...but why? We're trying to find the benefit to this latest earbud trend.
JBL’s Everest 700 Elite New, Affordable Wireless Headphones

JBL’s Everest 700 Elite New, Affordable Wireless Headphones

Bluetooth streaming, noise cancellation properties, and automatic sensors are all going to cost some money, but these wireless headphones manage to keep prices somewhat manageable compared to competitors.
Moto Hint Bluetooth Headphone Hides in Your Ear, Automatically Shuts Off When Removed

Moto Hint Bluetooth Headphone Hides in Your Ear, Automatically Shuts Off When Removed

Earlier this month, Motorola introduced a number of smartphones, a wearable device and a couple of accessories to go along with it, including the Moto Hint. Moto Hint is a bluetooth headset which can perform a variety of tasks, which is hardly noticeable when placed in the ear. It comes…
BlueAnt Pump HD Sport Bluetooth Headphone Review

BlueAnt Pump HD Sport Bluetooth Headphone Review

Call me nitpicky, but I hate corded headphones…when I work out.  So enter the BlueAnt’s Pump HD Sportbuds.  Unveiled in March, these headphones underwent three years of development, include Kevlar (yes, the same stuff in bulletproof vests) and promise exceptional sound despite being wireless.  So are they any good?  In…
Best Bluetooth Headphones for Working Out

Best Bluetooth Headphones for Working Out

It is challenging to build a wireless headphone that functions well, sounds great, is durable, and that can stand up to rigorous workouts. Several companies have taken on the task, but only a few have pulled it off. We examine 6 of those well-built sport wireless headphones that are worth…
SMS Audio Sync by 50 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Review

SMS Audio Sync by 50 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Review

I wasn’t the biggest fan of the latest active noise cancelling headies from SMS – the Street by 50 ANC. They were far from attractive, sound quality was solid but lacking when compared with similarly priced solutions like V-Moda, Beats and others. It was inevitable, my trepidation when taking on…
Tenqa Fit Bluetooth Headphone Review

Tenqa Fit Bluetooth Headphone Review

Corded headphones are fine for sedentary activity.  But when it comes to exercising you’ll want a cordless solution.  And one doesn’t need to look any further than Tenqa’s Fit Bluetooth headphones for working out. They cost a mere $69 and provide up to 5.5 hours of playback on a single…

Learn More About Bluetooth Headphones

Bluetooth headphones tend to fall in two different categories. The first category is primarily convenience. People want headphones without the wires to make listening to music easier. These types of wireless headphones are also used for gaming (when you're not right up against the screen) and other purposes. They tend to be mostly over the ear models. The second category are wireless headphones designed for working out or running. They tend to be smaller and, while there are some over ear options, many are earbuds. To find the best Bluetooth headphones for the job and the greatest deals online, bookmark Gadget Review!

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