Here are 3 budget wireless alternatives for AirPods


Let’s face it, the new AirPods aren’t for everyone. Either you hate the design or the price is beyond your reach. The good news is, you have a lot of better sounding headsets out there as alternatives. Here are three of the best budget wireless headphones that can be bought for that shiny new jack-less iPhone 7.

Spigen iPhone 7 Wireless Headphones ($27)

No one knows Spigen for making earphones, so it’ll be a surprise for people to see that they made a special set of earphones for the iPhone 7. These wireless buds are good for five hours of straight use, come with Bluetooth 4.1 and support aptX codec. Ideally better suited for those who want a good pair of earphones for work or their workout, these are the best anyone can get at this price point, which is by far the cheapest, reliable headset anyone is going to find for the iPhone.

Meizu EP-51 Bluetooth HiFi In-ear Headphones ($42)
Now this pair of headphones comes from a manufacturer that makes phones as well, so they really know what they’re doing. These earphones are pretty hi-tech at that price point as well. They are made of aluminium, have great sound quality and are also splash proof! Another good aspect about these headphones is that they are magnetic and automatically link together when they’re hanging from the neck, and pause the music. So that should probably solve the case of the missing earphones that way, right? This bad boy can go through six hours of charge and again, at this price-range there really is nothing better. Value for money, this is it.

Studio Vasa Bla ($92.2)
The Studio Vasa Bla isn’t the most well-known earphone brand out there, but it’s got style and some great quality materials that make it stand out in the crowd. It looks quite posh and comes with its own leather case. It also comes with optional buds and a clip, when the need to go old-school should arise. It’s a very sleek looking pair of ear-gear and has up to eight hours of battery life.

Vasa Bla covers all the bass(es) and keeps the sound crystal clear. At this price point, it’s a bit of a splurge, costing more than twice the price of the Meizu. But the experience more than validates for that. Especially when those flat styled cables and the gold-accents make it look so good, there won’t be any reason to doubt having spent another 100 bucks.


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