Types of Headphones Best for Work
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This guest post is by Zoe Cohen.

Working life can be tedious and boring without a bit of distraction, stimulation, and entertainment. That’s why many employees have gotten into podcasts and audiobooks, or at least music. These different media types all go a long way to making the working day pass just a little bit more quickly. The problem arises when your headphones are so uncomfortable you can only listen for an hour or two before your ears and head start to hurt. For many, the struggle to find good headphones that sound great, are comfortable, and are wireless (raise your hand if you’ve ever forgotten you’re plugged in and tried to walk away…) is real. That’s why we’re here to help you find the best Bluetooth headphones to take to work and blissfully use all day long.

Best Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones

These types of headphones provide a high-quality sound as there is no sound escaping. The Bose QuietComfort 35 (series II) headphones come with all the bells and whistles you could ask for. With great sound, noise-cancellation, and a noise-rejecting dual microphone system, they have the best versions of all the standard features you’d want in a pair of Bluetooth headphones. However, what makes these headphones truly stand out is access to your Google Assistant at just the touch of a button! They are the first to integrate Google Assistant into the headphones and certainly won’t be the last. Up to 20 hours of battery life (40 when plugged into audio source) and comfort to last the whole day make these a clear winner. At $350 they’re a little steep, but if we’re talking use all day every day, they’re definitely worth it.

Read about a few more Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones.

Best Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones

Now, these types of headphones provide great sound without the weight or bulkiness. For some, the heaviness and unwieldiness of over-ear headphones are just a bit too much to wear every day. Luckily, there are some pretty decent in-ear options to consider. The pair to beat is the Sennheiser HD-1 In-Ear Wireless Headphones. With excellent sound quality and forget-you’re-wearing-them comfort, these are a no-brainer. Though the round-the-neck component might take some getting used to, the button controls on it give it a high degree of functionality that headphones without it would lack. Furthermore, the subtle neck component houses a much larger battery that would fit in tiny earbuds, allowing for a vital 10 hours of playback. You can also link these headphones to up to two devices at once. At around $150, they’re still a bit of an investment but much cheaper than the Bose!

Best All-Around Bluetooth Headphones

The Jabra Move Wireless Stereo Headset is the best of all worlds. At $60, it’s less than half the price of the Sennheisers and a little over a sixth the price of the Bose! The sound quality is definitely the best you’ll get at that price, and the controls are intuitive and easy to use. The battery lasts for at least 8 hours, and these headphones can still be used while charging. These types of headphones are over-ear headphones that aren’t as bulky as others headphones as they’re ultra lightweight and super comfortable. Also, they have a built-in microphone, and the call clarity is really solid. If money is a concern for you, these are a no-brainer.

Additionally, these Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones are also the types of headphones that are great for long work days.

1 COMMENT

  1. Great article! In your opinion, how does the audio quality
    of the AirPods compare with the LGs you used in the past?
    I have the LG Tone HBS-760s that sound pretty good for a bluetooth
    headset. Trying to decide if the AirPods are a worthwhile upgrade.

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