Music is magic, which helps us relieve our brain from the daily strict routine. Someone had said that music is a piece of art, which goes straight to heart through ears. Therefore, enjoy your precious moments with some lovely wireless headphones.
Skullcandy Grind Wireless
The recently launched Skullcandy Grind Wireless headphones combine style, value, and a stellar sound experience. Available in several eye-grabbing color schemes, the headset features sturdy build quality, soft ear pads, and a battery that can deliver tunes for up to 12 hours on a single charge. In case you run out of juice, there’s a bundled audio cable to keep you going.
Jobra MOVE Wireless
Jabra MOVE Wireless on-ear headphones are the best all-round option on the wireless headphone market. They only weigh about a pound and are a relatively low cost option yet deliver excellent sound in a thoughtful, energetic design. The headphones, particularly the red and cobalt designs, stand out from the crowd and the look is both bold and minimalist.
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless
The award-winning Momentum 2.0 headphones from Sennheiser deliver excellent sound quality thanks in part to their large earcups with soft pads (they come in around-ear and on-ear styles). They’re at the heavier end of the wireless headphone spectrum, so while they might not be the best choice for exercise, they have excellent noise insulation and a full-bodied sound. The headphones also have a massive 22-hour battery life between charges.
Sony MDR-1000X sound brilliant, are incredibly comfortable and have loads of useful features. Quick Listen mutes your audio and plays the outside world directly through your headphones – useful for checking for train or air plane announcements. Ambient Sound does the same but lets you continue listening to your music as well, which is good for cyclists.
Bose QuietComfort 35
The QuietComfort product series by Bose is the gold standard for noise-canceling headphones, and its latest iteration is finally wireless. The QuietComfort 35 over-ear headphones feature a superb fit, sleek design, long battery life, the best noise cancellation in the business, and a finely tuned sound signature that makes them suitable for any type of content. Yes, they are a bit pricey, but they’re also among the best of their kind.
By Ravi Mishra