5 Best Wireless Earbuds Under $50

Over-ear headphones are more comfortable than their in-ear counterparts, but they tend to be quite bulky which makes them less portable. Earbuds are easy to carry around, but wearing them for too long can be rather uncomfortable. Fortunately, there is a wide range of wireless headphones to choose from, with a variety of features and price tags.

Anker SoundBuds Curve

Anker SoundBuds Curve are the best wireless earbuds currently on the market. Their EarWings and customizable EarTips make for a comfortable ear-hook design, but the downside is that they don’t isolate noise as well as other models. Anker wireless headphones provide a well-balanced sound, although a little heavy on the bass, as well as a great battery life of up to 13 hours when fully charged. More specifically, you will be able to enjoy 14 hours of conversations and 12.5 hours of music. Charging them for only 10 minutes gives you one hour of earbuds use.

AUKEY Latitude

These wireless headphones go deeper into the ear canal which means they don’t provide the same level of comfort as the Anker SoundBuds Curve, but are considerably better at cancelling noise. Battery life is a bit short, lasting a little over 7 hours when fully charged. AUKEY Latitude bring out the bass, so they are great for listening to hip-hop music.

SoundPeats TrueFree

These in-ear headphones have no wires at all, making them the best choice if you wish to go truly wireless and pay less than $50. They feature a compact design and fit nicely, even though they have no ear-hooks. SoundPeats TrueFree are good at isolating noise, so that you can listen to your favourite music without outside interruptions, and at the same time, without bothering others if you crank up the volume. The battery is quite poor, lasting a little over 3 hours but on the bright side, their standby mode helps save power if you keep the headphones on even when not using them.

JBL Endurance Sprint

Unlike the previous models, this product is sweat and water resistant and features an improved sound quality so that you can listen to most musical genres. The ear-hooks stay in place due to the magnetic base, making these JBL earbuds perfect for sports practice. The battery lasts 8 to 9 hours, and there is a useful auto-off timer to save power. Note that these headphones also tend to turn themselves on automatically, whenever you touch one of them.

Samsung Level U Flex

These in-ear headphones are customizable with your Samsung device and you can enhance their sound on your smartphone or tablet with the Samsung Level app. The battery lasts 11.5 hours, and takes under 2 hours to charge. Better yet, you can actually listen to music while they are charging.

Conclusion

As long as you can deal with the minor issues sometimes affecting Bluetooth wireless technology, you are bound to find the perfect headphones for your needs and within your budget.

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