Bluetooth headphones for running?



  • i sugget you with [url=]best wireless earbuds under 30 . because these are good for running. these completely fit in your eafrs.
  • I use Jaybird X4 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, cost me £50 but have lasted a few years now without an issue in regard to wear and tear and sound quality
  • I love Bose headphone and have tried all of their Soundsport and Free versions. I really, really wanted them to work but they don't. The true wireless ones simply drop the signal to the left earbud all the time and it can't be retrieved. I exchanged as faulty and tried four different new pairs, all had the same problem straight out of the box.

    Tried Aftershox and never looked back. Volume and sound quality isn't as good as the Bose, but the battery life is great and they just work properly. No more frustrating cut-outs, no more sound in one ear only.

  • I am also a big fan of Aftershokz. I find them really easy to use, comfortable to wear, and I like being able to hear background noise. They aren't cheap but I think they are worth it. 
  • Aftershokz are great
  • I forget I’m even wearing my aftershokz
  • > @NICK CLEARY said:
    > Hi, having read a few reviews I saw a great deal at Costco for the AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Headphones others have mentioned above. Only used them for a couple of runs, but so far I'm impressed.

    I love aftershokz too
  • Hi - Does anyone recommend Apple ear pods for running? I'm on about my 4th pair of headphones which either fall out or fail due to sweat ingress fail after a few runs. I have an apple watch so I was thinking about getting the earpod or earpod pro's with an over the ear band (from amazon etc). Does anyone have any experience with these?
  • I prefer open-back / semi-open cans, the wide sound stage gives virtual surround in games much more depth and precision IMO and there are very few gaming headsets under $ 100 that are not closed back - only one that comes close would be HyperX Revolver , which is ported giving it a bit of a wider sound stage similar to the JVC HA-RX700 (which I have and largely prefer, due to the incredible bass response and flat signature).

    I tend to switch between those JVCs and a Samson SR850 since the velor pads give me much more comfort during long sessions, the pleather pads tend to get a bit warm over time. My “good” headphones (Logitech G930: ) It is pretty much tied to my AVR since I find budget studio cans are well enough in sound quality for gaming and streaming music.
  • If it comes to to durable headsets what you should look for is it head grip, resistance to water, and most importantly, it price. 

    Well I'd like to tell you what I use is HyperX Cloud Revolver S. It has given me one of the best experience in my life.
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  • Plantronics Backbeat have been good for me. Beats EP and JLab Studio pro headsets are best for running. Reference:
  • Hi all, I would like to add here one product to STAY AWAY from - Afteshokz headphones.

    These are the bone conduction headphones you may have seen at expos etc. I have been using them for the last year and while I can say they are clever and produce a relatively good sound for the technology, the battery life is around 30% of the advertised 8 hours and this really grinds my gears!

    I've never had more than 2.5 hours use from full battery.
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