Best wireless Earbuds

                    Patron Earbuds bassjade

pTron Bassbuds Jade Gaming TWS earbuds is now available at just ₹999

Product Description :

  • 4 Quick Taps on the Touch Sensitive Area of Either Earbud to Change the Modes – Gaming or Music. Note: Music Mode will be On by Default.
  • Gaming Wireless Headphones with Ultra-Low Latency; Hi-Fidelity Stereo Sound quality with Punchy Bass; Massive 40Hrs Total Playtime with the Charging Case
  • Touch Control Ergonomic Earbuds
  • BT5.0 with 10 meters Wireless Connectivity
  • 1-Step Pairing
  • Quick Connect
  • Dual HD Mic for Clear Calls
  • Wide Compatibility with BT Smart Devices
  • 13mm Dynamic Speakers; Lightweight In-Ear Earbuds
  • Snug-fit Minimizes External Noises
  • IPX4 Water/Sweatproof
  • Instant Access to Device’s Voice Assistant; 40mAh Battery in Each Bud
  • Just 1.5Hrs Charge
  • Compact 300mAh Charging Case with Glaring LED Lights
  • Type-C Charging; Just 1.5Hrs Charge Time
  • 120Hrs Standby Time
  • Mini Charging Cable Included
  • Extra Silicone Ear tips to Fit Different Ear Sizes


                        Sony WF-1000XM4 Noise-Canceling True Wireless In-Ear Headphones (Black)

                           Sony WF – 1000XM4


  • Noise Cancellation – Industry-leading noise canceling bluetooth earbuds with the new Integrated Processor V1
  • Sound Quality – Exceptional sound quality with new Integrated Processor V1 and supporting LDAC codec.
  • Call Quality – Crystal-clear call quality, beamforming microphone and a bone-conduction sensor provide clear voice detection even in noisy environments
  • Smart Features – Speak-to-chat technology automatically reduces volume during conversations
  • Battery life – 24 hours long battery with Noise Canceling. Frequency Response(Bluetooth Communication)-20Hz – 20,000Hz(44.1kHz sampling) / 20Hz – 40,000Hz(LDAC 96kHz sampling, 990kbps)
  • WF1000XM4 True Wireless Earphones. Take the next step in truly wireless noise canceling performance and exceptional sound quality. The new Integrated Processor …
    Product Dimensions: 3.7 x 2.56 x 3.39 inches
    Batteries: 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (incl…
    Item Weight: 1.45 ounces



Sometimes all you need are the fundamentals, and that’s where Jabra’s Elite 3 earbuds manage to rise above the crowded field of sub-$100 competition. Their sound puts some emphasis on the bass but still manages to come through nicely balanced overall with very good clarity for this price range                                                         

Jabra’s Elite 3 earbuds have a refreshed design that’s more stylish than the company’s past earbuds. While they don’t have many frills or extra features, they fare well in the key areas of sound quality, comfort, and battery life.

The earbuds last for up to seven hours of continuous playback, and the compact case holds three additional charges. Their large physical buttons are easy to use, and the earbuds are rated IP55 for dust and water resistance.

The Elite 3s lack the multipoint feature that Jabra has long been known for — that’s the main sacrifice you make for the price — but in an improvement from past models, either earbud can be used standalone in mono mode. And they’re extremely comfortable to wear for long stretches. You don’t get features like active noise cancellation or wireless charging (though Jabra does include a so-so transparency mode), but the Elite 3s perform reliably with a strong Bluetooth signal. They’re a terrific value for the money.




Bose’s QuietComfort Earbuds are neck and neck with Sony when it comes to the effectiveness of their active noise cancellation — and probably a hair better. Like their main rival, the QC Earbuds have a fit and finish that exudes quality.

With dynamic, rich sound and the best noise cancellation available in true wireless earbuds, the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are a terrific pick if you want to listen to your music in peace.With Bose’s mobile app, you can dial in the level of noise cancellation that’s perfect for the environment you’re in. Their charging case is a bit chunky, but it supports wireless charging. The QC Earbuds also handle voice calls better than most, so that’s another plus in exchange for their pricey cost.






                                 Beats Fit Pro

The Beats Fit Pro earbuds have integrated wing tips that help keep them secure during runs and workouts. They also have excellent noise cancellation, and their sound has just the right amount of bass and kick to keep you motivated.

The earbuds are rated IPX4 for water resistance. While that’s not as robust as some other fitness-focused buds, it should be sufficient to survive sweat and outdoor runs in various conditions. The Fit Pros have easy-to-use physical button controls, and although they lack the dedicated volume rocker of the Powerbeats Pro, you’ve got the option to remap a long-press of each earbud to adjust volume instead of toggling noise cancellation.

If you’re an iPhone owner, the Fit Pros offer Apple-only features like dynamic head tracking for spatial audio, auto device switching, Find My integration, and more. For Android users, Beats has an app that will let you adjust settings and see the battery status of the earbuds and case, among other functions.combines great audio quality, long battery life and solid build quality in a compact package. It comes with AKG tuning, which allows these earbuds to deliver rich treble and bass, which is easily noticeable when you listen to a wide range of songs. The in-call audio quality is amongst the best out there thanks to the adaptive triple mic system.


Beats Studio Buds Wireless Earphones

Beats by Dream


  • Custom audio drivers
  • IPX4 water-resistant
  • Up to 8 hours of battery life

The Beats Studio Buds are our top pick for most consumers. They have everything you’d want in wireless earbuds: cool design, superb comfort, quality sound, dependable noise cancellation, solid battery life, and an agreeable sub-$150 price tag. While testing the earbuds, I particularly enjoyed not having to use an app to achieve optimal sound and noise cancellation — both were well-balanced and excellent out of the box.

I also tip my hat to Apple for making the Studio Buds equally effortless to pair with an iPhone and an Android phone — however, they, unfortunately, lack a USB-C battery case with wireless charging capabilities.

The Beats Studio Buds are available in black, white, red, blue, and gray, with the last two being the latest colors to join the lineup. If you can up your budget by $50, consider the true wireless Beats Fit Pro instead. The range-topping Beats by Dre earphones have a more secure fit with additional wingtips and, thanks to the Apple H1 chip, support for fancier spatial audio with dynamic head tracking. The last bit delivers a live performance-like listening experience with compatible Apple Music content.


Jabra Elite 4 Active Wireless Earbuds


$89.99 (25% off)


  • 6-millimeter audio drivers
  • IP55 water- and dust-resistant
  • Up to 7 hours of battery life

Jabra’s Elite 4 Active true wireless earbuds are a solid alternative to our top pick from Beats by Dre with a more understated design, a tougher build with a higher rating for water resistance, customizable sound via an app, and a lower price tag, all while being just as lightweight and comfortable. The earbuds’ excellent fit also impressed me by blocking noise exceptionally well — I didn’t need to use noise cancellation on many occasions while testing the product.

Acoustically, the Jabra Elite 4 earbuds perform superbly for a product in their price range. The product’s noise cancellation is also stellar, as is its call quality. However, the Studio Buds offers support for more immersive Dolby Atmos spatial audio, self-adjustable noise cancellation, and seamless Apple connectivity.

If noise cancellation is not a must for you, I recommend considering the more affordable Jabra Elite 3 wireless earbuds. The sub-$100 pair has a similar design and sound quality but a slightly lower rating for water resistance. The earbuds have a 2-year warranty against damage from water and sweat.


Soundcore Life P3 Wireless Earbuds



  • 11-millimeter audio drivers
  • IPX5 water-resistant
  • Up to 7 hours of battery life

The Soundcore Life P3 wireless earbuds by Anker are our favorite for budget-minded buyers and a worthy follow-up to the brand’s insanely popular Life P2. For less than $80, the buds offer an amalgam of well-balanced sound, robust noise cancellation, and a best-in-class companion app to customize them. I always enjoyed interacting with the app while testing the earbuds

The stem-toting buds are also comfy, durable, and excellent for making calls. To top things off, the Life P3 offers solid battery life and a case that’s compatible with wireless charging. You can order Anker’s product in black, white, coral, navy, or sky blue.

If you’re shopping for affordable wireless earbuds with a stemless design, consider the Soundcore Life A2 NC instead. The compact earphones are slightly cheaper than the Life P3 without skimping on audio performance and additional features.




Apple AirPods Pro


  • Custom audio drivers
  • IPX4 water-resistant
  • Up to 4.5 hours of battery life

The AirPods Pro earphones are hands-down the best option for iPhoneiPad, and Mac users. Because of the Apple H1 wireless chip, the earbuds are incredibly easy to pair with Apple devices that are linked to the same iCloud account.

Of course, the AirPods Pro are more feature-packed than the iconic and ubiquitous first and second generation. They offer superb noise-canceling tech, better ergonomics (there’s even a test to ensure they fit perfectly), and an IPX4 rating for water resistance. A recent charging case refresh also made the earphones compatible with MagSafe chargers.

The sound of the AirPods Pro is balanced and entertaining in equal measure. If you’re looking for Apple earbuds sans noise cancellation, consider the third generation AirPods. You’ll get similar audio quality and longer battery life for less.

You can customize and protect your AirPods by browsing a vast selection of protective cases. I enjoyed this because it allowed me to add a personal touch to a rightfully ubiquitous product.

Best for Exercising

Jaybird Vista 2 Wireless Earbuds


  • 6-millimeter audio drivers
  • IP68 waterproof
  • Up to 8 hours of battery life

If you plan to exercise on a daily basis with your next pair of wireless earbuds, you need the Jaybird’s Vista 2 in your life. Designed to comply with military standards for durability, the buds have a secure fit and the highest rating for water resistance on this list — they can easily survive exposure to water and dust.


Crafted from stylish and rugged fabric, the buds’ covers (in black or gray) are nice to interact with, too. And believe it or not, their wireless charging compatible case with a matching finish is also super tough and IP54 waterproof. Being able to gently rinse the accessory with water after dropping it during a Central Park outing was very convenient.

The Vista 2 can also deliver high-quality sound, adjustable noise cancellation, and great battery life. Their companion app stands out by offering plenty of tools to customize your experience, dressed in an intuitive user interface. There’s even an option to discover the preferred sound presets of professional athletes and workout warriors.


LinkBuds S Wireless Earbuds

Key Specs

  • 5-millimeter audio drivers
  • IPX4 water-resistant
  • Up to 6 hours of battery life

The LinkBuds S — Sony’s latest true wireless earbuds — deserve your attention for delivering supreme comfort and unrivaled ambient sound capabilities. The latter will allow you to remain aware of your surroundings anytime, anywhere, without the need to remove the lightweight buds. While testing the earbuds, I wore them for hours without them during at-home work sessions and outdoor walks without missing an important delivery or track of the NYC traffic around me.

Best of all, unlike the first-ever Sony LinkBuds that required donut-shaped audio drivers to accomplish the above feat, the S iteration also offers more immersive sound and onboard noise cancellation. Sony accomplished this feat by treating the buds to a traditional design with silicone tips but larger air vents to let in more ambient noise. Thanks to well-tuned audio drivers and the same audio processor as the pricier Sony WF-1000XM4 earbuds mentioned above, the LinkBuds S produce excellent and easily customizable sound.

Given their price tag, the LinkBuds S could use a wireless charging-compatible case. Sony offers the product in black or white.


Live Pro 2 Wireless Earbuds


  • 11-millimeter audio drivers
  • IPX5 water resistant
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life

JBL’s Live Pro 2 wireless earbuds are today’s best alternative to the 3rd-generation AirPods and the AirPods Pro, offering longer battery life and more durable construction with a higher rating for water resistance for similar (or less) money. The stem-toting wireless earbuds are available in black, blue, pink, and silver.

The earbuds’ sound quality and noise cancellation are among the best in their price range, and you can customize them via an app. Their call quality is solid, too, and you can simultaneously connect the product to a pair of devices. However, the AirPods support fancier spatial audio with dynamic head tracking. Apple’s earphones will also easily connect to all devices that use the same iCloud account.

If you are shopping on a tighter budget a don’t mind a more bass-forward sound, consider the much cheaper JBL Tune 230NC earbuds instead. Available in black, white, and blue, the sub-$100 buds offer long battery life but a lower rating for water resistance.


Bose QuietComfort Wireless Earbuds


  • Custom audio drivers
  • IPX4 water-resistant
  • Up to 6 hours of battery life

The Bose QuietComfort earbuds have noise-canceling capabilities, which allow them to tune out ambient distractions just as proficiently as the over-ear Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. You can adjust the noise cancellation by choosing from 10 distinct levels (more than any rival) in the easy-to-use Bose Music app. The earbuds are available in three colors: black, soapstone, and stone blue.

Like all Bose products, the QuietComfort earbuds deliver a high-quality, well-balanced sound. Their performance during calls is also exceptional, making them a great option for remote work. This is the set of earbuds that I reached for most frequently before making calls and stepping into online work sessions.

The buds have a comfy fit despite their considerably sized housings, a water-resistant build, and touch-sensitive controls that work well. Given the product’s price tag, it’s no surprise that the bundled battery case is compatible with wireless chargers. However, given how bulky the bundled accessory is, I wish it held more than two additional charges.


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