Here Are The Top 10 Best Truly Wireless Earbuds 2019
Our list made of the latest truly wireless earbuds includes only Bluetooth headsets that satisfy these specifications:
- By definition, all Bluetooth headsets are wireless, but truly wireless earbuds refer to very small completely cord-free earbuds that one wears as if they were earplugs
- This list excludes all models that are corded in anyway, and most truly wireless earbuds shown here also include a charging craddle
Given its compound ranking of 90%, we conclude that the Apple AirPods is currently Alphachooser's best truly wireless earbuds pair 2019. Alphachooser also concludes that our sample of 1672 reviews from our sources gives us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies calling it a "no-brainer best choice."
Available colors White
|Average rating: (90%) (1672 reviews over 5 sources)|
With its 4.5 stars averaged from 370 reviews, here is what we consider second best truly wireless earbuds pair. * Our list is based on a full analysis of hundreds of truly wireless earbuds pair reviews from around the web.
Available colors Black
Ruggedness details: IPX7 water-resistant
|Average rating: (85%) (370 reviews over 2 sources)|
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Available colors Black, Gold
|Average rating: (57%) (360 reviews over 4 sources)|
Available colors White/Orange/Gray (Sports set of included interchangeable color covers), White/Light blue/Red (City set)
Ruggedness details: IP55 dust-, water-, and sweat-proof
|Average rating: (69%) (18 reviews over 2 sources)|
The BT-K2 is a cord-free pair of Bluetooth headsets that boasts a 120-hour stand-by time and 2-to-4 hours of usage, which can be supplemented by using the 450mAh wireless charging case that can recharge the earbuds for 3-to-4 times.
Available colors Black, Red, Silver
More truly wireless earbuds, sorted by the latest model first:
The MagicBeatz is a glossy black pair of truly-wireless earbuds from Seraphy International's set of Bluetooth headsets that comes with a portable charging dock, capable of recharging both the earbuds and a smartphone, bringing 3-hour playbacks while weighing around 6.1 ounces.
The Air is an IPX6-rated and lightweight cord-free Bluetooth headset that claims to be the first to use a pure carbon nanotube driver and is equipped with the latest technologies (as of November 2016) such as Bluetooth 4.2, CVC 8th generation noise cancellation, and a "true wireless stereo" CSR chipset.
Available colors Black, White
Ruggedness details: IPX6 water-resistant
|Average rating: (64%) (10 reviews)|
The W800BT is a cord-free and noise-cancelling Bluetooth headset that boasts of a total of 18 hours of usage time and 10 days of stand-by upon full use of its accompanying charging case -- although its rather-short 3-hour usage time on its own may be inconvenient for some.
Available colors Black with silver
|Average rating: (52%) (17 reviews)|
The VerveOnes Plus is a compact truly wireless Bluetooth 4.1 headset from Motorola described as fully water-proof and sweat-proof (IP57) and may be connected to the Hubble Connect app for additional features like lost-earbud location, equalizer control, and pass-through audio capabilities.
Available colors Black/orange
Ruggedness details: IP57 (Sweat and water-proof resistance through a coating of HZO material applied to the internal circuitry)
|Average rating: (50%) (132 reviews over 5 sources)|
The Ultra Mini is a lightweight cord-free Bluetooth headset using Bluetooth version 4.0 + EDR whose 90-hour stand-by time, four-hour talk time, and 3.5 hours of music playback fall significantly below the average specifications in its category.
Available colors Black, White, Pink, Blue, Beige
|Average rating: (48%) (490 reviews)|