$99.99 - Dropped by $30
The Samsung Galaxy Buds are decent, mixed usage, truly wireless headphones. They're comfortable and well-built, and their sound is decent and suitable for a wide variety of music genres. They are great for sports as well, thanks to their small, portable, and breathable design.
$79.00 - Dropped by $60
The HyperX Cloud Flight is a good, wireless gaming headset with a well-balanced sound quality. These headphones do not feel as durable as some of the other HyperX models, but they are fairly well built and comfortable. They also have a great mic for voice chat, and they're wirelessly compatible with the PS4 and PCs but not the Xbox One.
$278 - Dropped by $70
The Sony WH-1000XM3 are great headphones for commute and travel and a decent option for most use cases. They have an excellent battery life, great wireless range, and one of the best noise-canceling that we've measured so far.
$279.95- Dropped by $70
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II are great headphones for commuting and traveling with a few improvements over the previous model. The redesign doesn't change much, but adds a bit more functionality and a dedicated button for Google Assistant to switch between noise cancelling modes, which is a welcomed addition.
$99.95 - Dropped by $100
The JBL Live 650 BTNC are decent, mixed usage, Bluetooth over-ear headphones. They have a good and accurate sound but will be better suited for bass-heavy genres. They are comfortable, well-built, and can be used for commuting thanks to their active noise canceling (ANC) feature.
$129 - Dropped by $52
The Bose QuietComfort 25 are good commuting headphones thanks to their excellent noise canceling. They're lightweight and super comfortable for an over-ear design.
$84.99 Dropped by $100
The Sony WF-1000x are decent mixed usage headphones with a few flaws. They have a high-end and durable design, they're stable enough for sports and they sound decent. Unfortunately, they have one of the worse latency performances for any Bluetooth headset
$74.95 - Dropped by $75
The JBL Free X are decent truly wireless in-ears. They are virtually identical to the JBL Free in nearly every respect. They have a compact earbud design that should be comfortable for most but may not fit everyone equally well. They have a decent, well-balanced sound and are suitable for most music genres.
$99.99- Dropped by $50
The Jabra Elite 65t are decent mixed-usage truly wireless headphones and a good option for sports. They're easy to carry around on your person, and they block enough noise to also be suitable for commuting.
Red - $46.99 - Dropped by $30
The Skullcandy Hesh 3 are decent mixed usage headphones with an exciting but bass-heavy sound that won't be for everyone. They have a lightweight design, they're easy-to-use and they're decently comfortable but a bit tight on the head.
$99.99 - Dropped by $50
The Bose SoundSport Wireless are good sports headphones. They're comfortable, compact and sufficiently breathable to take to the gym. They also have an above-average sound, a decent battery life, and a good wireless range.
$55.65 - Dropped by $40
The Anker SoundCore Space NC are decent, mixed-usage, wireless over-ear headphones. They are also noise-canceling and provide a good isolation performance, which makes them suitable for commuting and at the office.
$129.99 - Dropped by $70
The Audio-Technica M50xBT are a good sounding wireless pair of headphones for critical listening. They are the wireless variant of the very popular wired ATH-M50x and perform quite similarly. They have a good audio reproduction, which isn’t as great as the wired equivalent, but their build is practically the same, making the M50xBT quite comfortable and durable headphones.
$162.95 - Dropped by $185
The AKG K702 are great, comfortable headphones for critical listening but are mediocre for everyday casual use.