Kirk’s Holiday Tech Gift Guide – Bluetooth Headphones

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Beats Solo3 WirelessBeats Solo3 Wireless - $300

There's a good reason that Beats headphones are considered among the best.  They sound amazing and are built well.  You'll pay for that quality but almost everyone who buys them agrees, it's money well spent.

The Solo3 is $300 but I found the best price, $220 on Amazon.com

Bose QuietControl 30

Bose QuietControl 30 - $300

If you want noise cancellation, Bose is the best.  The cool thing about the QuietControl 30 is that you can adjust the level of noise cancellation.  If you're at the airport, it won't block out that announcement that your flight is boarding.

You can find the Bose QuietControl 30 at Verizon Wireless stores.

LG Tone Active+

LG Tone Active+ - $180

LG has been doing a good job making resaonaliby priced bluetooth headphones designed for the gym or that jog.  They continue that with the Tone Active+.  The cool feature is that you can flip a switch and your music will play on the speakers on the outside of the headphones.  This lets you pull the earbuds out but still keep rocking.

Tone Active+ is water and sweat resistant.  They sell for $180, I found them for $160 at Amazon.

iClever BoostRun BTH06

iClever BoostRun BTH06 - $24

You don't have to spend $100+ to get a set of bluetooth headphones.  iClever does an awesome job at making decent headphones at a rock bottom price.  The BoostRun are super lightweight, sweat resistant and sound alright.  The pricetag keeps the expectations low but I think it blows expecations out of the water.

You can buy the iClever BoostRun online at Amazon.com.