Here Are The Top 10 Best Light Headsets 2019
A light weight (and perhaps how well they hold to your ear) is everything when it comes to choosing a bluetooth headset for comfort. This list presents light headsets with a weight of less than 11 grams, which is generally below the average weight for Bluetooth headsets.
Considering its average rank of 89%, we determined that the Apple AirPods is currently Alphachooser's best lightweight headset 2019. We also believe that our 1801 reviews sampled from our sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that allows us to call it a "no-brainer best choice."
Special features: Automatic pause upon taking the AirPods off the ears, Automatic power-on upon taking them out of the case
|Average rating: (89%) (1801 reviews over 6 sources)|
With its star rating of 4.5 over 370 reviews, we rank this Tranya model second best lightweight headset. * Btw, our choices are based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of lightweight headset reviews from multiple sources.
Special features: It supports iOS battery status indication
|Average rating: (85%) (370 reviews over 2 sources)|
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Special features: lifestate feature displays the battery status on a compatible connected smartphone, Aviation grade aluminum-magnesium alloy construction, Magnetic snap-on storage
|Average rating: (82%) (17902 reviews)|
The WF-1000X is a noise-insulated Bluetooth headset that fronts an adaptive sound control feature (which adjusts ambient sound filtering according to the user's environment and activity), but -- like most cord-free models -- balances this out with a less-than-spectacular 3-hour working time (9-hour, if the wireless charging case is fully used).
Special features: Ambient Sound Mode, Smart Listening by Adaptive Sound Control (automatically detects user activity and adjusts ambient sound settings to it)
|Average rating: (57%) (527 reviews over 5 sources)|
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The BT2047 is a light mono Bluetooth headset weighing just about 0.34 ounces and one of the thinnest at 16 mm, sports a maximum of eight paired devices and it can also connect to two devices simultaneously with Multiuse.
Special features: Auto-pairing at 1st time start-up, Microphone HS distortion <5%,
|Average rating: (77%) (154 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Talk 2 is a compact and HD Voice-supporting mono Bluetooth headset which shows that it gives priority to usability -- accomplishing this by offering an above-average 9-hour talk time and a working range of 98 feet (although it lacks the convenience of having volume-controlling buttons).
Special features: HD Voice support
|Average rating: (76%) (165 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Boom 2 is a classic mono Bluetooth headset with NFC, that features one of the lightest weight (at nine grams), a just-below-average talk time of six hours (15 minutes of charge provide 2.5 hours of use).
|Average rating: (63%) (663 reviews over 6 sources)|
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.
Special features: True wireless stereo chipset, EQ Customizer, Pure carbon nanotube speaker driver (which, Crazybaby claims, is the first in the world), Ear tips and ear covers made of medical-grade silicone
|Average rating: (53%) (15 reviews over 2 sources)|
The QCY Q29 is a lightweight, truly-wireless stereo Bluetooth headset that comes with a portable charging case, which can sustain 12 hours of charging (four full cycles of a single earpiece), providing three hours of HD audio at a rather short range of 10 feet.
|Average rating: (51%) (104 reviews over 4 sources)|
The Xperia Ear is a lightweight IPX2-rated Bluetooth headset with an app for Android phones called the Assistant app (to ask, command, and monitor everyday tasks), a motion control feature (yes/no through head movements), a charging case (good for at least three charges), and a rather brief 4-hour playback time.
Special features: Equipped with motion controls (nod to say yes, shake for no), replaceable button behaviors, 8 voice interaction languages (English (UK), English (US), German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese), and has balanced armature drivers
|Average rating: (58%) (23 reviews over 3 sources)|
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.
|Average rating: (52%) (17 reviews)|
The K asq is an IP55-rated cord-free Bluetooth headset which lasts for a relatively-long 5-hour usage time on its own (plus eight hours from the charging case), boasts a unit-lost alarm system, and comes in two color themes, with colors like orange for sports, and light blue for the city style.
Special features: Alert music in case of loss, Patented Anti-fall System
|Average rating: (69%) (18 reviews over 2 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.
|Average rating: (48%) (490 reviews)|
The Motorola Boom is a 39.54mm-long (49.72mm with open boom mic) mono Bluetooth headset with an automatic on/off feature (It turns on when flipped, turns off when folded back), an above-average range of 300 feet, and only a 6-hour talk time.
Special features: On/off feature (flip mic to turn on, fold mic to turn off)
|Average rating: (72%) (1205 reviews over 6 sources)|
The Explorer 500 is a stylish mono headset with a more recent Bluetooth version (4.1), up to six months of standby time in Deepsleep mode (24 days in normal standby mode), and multi-lingual notifications (French, Spanish, English).
Special features: Multi-lingual notifications (English, Spanish, French)
The Earin M-1 is a pair of black stylish truly-wireless earbuds, the first Bluetooth headset of the wittingly-named audio company Earin, hailing from a Kickstarter project in 2014, comes in as one of the lightest sweat-, splash- and water-resistant pairs, at 3.5 grams, to provide 11 hours of playback time.
The Stealth is an in-ear mono Bluetooth 4.0 headset, weighing less than an ounce (0.28oz), allowing NFC pairing and up to 6 hours of talk time standby time.
The Jabra Mini is a small Bluetooth 4.0 headset (0.85 x 0.58 x 0.39 in.) with nine hours of talk time, a Power Nap feature, and a 98-foot range.
Special features: Jabra Assist, Power Nap
Special features: Auto Pairing, Jabra Assist app, Power nap (It goes into hibernation for battery saving), Auto On
Special features: Simple Pairing technology for automatic pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled devices
Special features: Auto-pairing