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Recommendations for wireless headphones!

Discussion in 'Electronic Devices' started by The Albino Yeti, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. The Albino Yeti

    The Albino Yeti EDC Junkie

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    I need wireless headphones or earbuds for work. I would like to stay under $100, and be waterproof and durable. Any suggestions?


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  2. lnytunes
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    I got a pair of the JLab Audio Epic2. I've been pretty pleased with them and are pretty durable.
     
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  3. PlopToken

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    I've been using the SkullCandy Hesh 2. The battery life is amazing and the sound quality is pretty good too.

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  4. rob13

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    I just got some MPow neckband/earbuds (Bluetooth) that I used at work all week. Very nice, double as mic/headset for phone calls, good range, and haven't had to charge them since they arrived (mostly charged). Way below your $100 limit, too.
     
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  5. EveryDayBeer
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    I've used both MPow and Tao bluetooth earphones at work. Water-resistant since they're made for exercise but not waterproof. A co-worker washed hers and they eventually dried out and half-worked for a while.. so there's that. Got both up on sale for under fifteen bucks a pop.

    Just picked up some dirt-cheap Otium over-ear headphones with 13 hour battery life for... twelve bucks on special. They sound pretty good for the twelve bucks. Even over the occasional overhead vac and compressed air exhausts that are always running. I'm all for cheap 'phones at work, if I lost a $100+ set of headphones I would be beyond pissed at myself. Plus, saves money for more durable EDC gear.