I'm looking for a new pair of earbuds or headphones to go to the gym but also use when I'm working. Wireless and sound cancellation would be optimal but I'm open to suggestions. I just need something comfortable that will not be ruined by sweat ;)
- The best ones I can really suggest everyone! Can‘t wait for the next generation... those are awesome in sound & feel. The most comfortable ones on an 12hours pitch day at the office ^^The only product i'm 100% satisfied with, they fit great in the ears, they don't fall out no matter what movements you do, they seem to resist sweat pretty damn good i wear them on a daily basis on commute, work, home, gym etc and the smart features like auto-pause or smart switch between L/R when on calls is fantastic. Plus the connexion is super solid, whether i'm using them with my iPhone, Apple Watch or Windows Laptop ! Advertised battery life is pretty accurate and the killer feature for me is the super fast charging due to their small battery. Only con to me is that there is no swipe gesture for volume control but i use the apple watch crown for that :) Overall , the best 160€ i've spent.
- Super comfortable and pairs instantaneously. I use it every day at the gym, commuting to college, and in the library for up to several hours at a time.They're convenient when I need to take them off, hang around my neck and not worry I'll misplace an earbud.
- I bought, tested and returned a few wireless headphones (JLab Epic 2, Jaybird X3 and Apple Airpods) and the Powerbeats 3 are the ones I liked better for my concrete needs. I mainly use them for all kinds of sports (running, gym, crossfit) as well as for my daily commute. 👍 Pros: light, sweat & water resistant, charge in a heartbeat, never fall out my ears and the sound quality is pretty good. 👎 Cons: the noise isolation isn't perfect, but I personally like it that way so I can run with them hearing a bit of what's around me. The microphone isn't as good as other desk headphones. A really helpful resource for my research back then was The Wirecutter page for wireless headphones, take a look https://thewirecutter.com/review...