True wireless earbuds are all the rage these days and it’s easy to see why. They’re easy to slip into your pocket, they don’t get tangled up in their own cables, and they’re incredibly light and portable, making them the perfect earphones for your daily commute.
Of course, they range from being extremely cheap to being pretty pricey, but if you’d rather not spend too much money and you’re not too fussed about sound, here are some of the best true wireless earbuds we’ve scoured the internet for that will cost you under $100.
Anker Soundcore Life P2
Anker is a brand that many of you might be familiar with. The company has created a ton of mobile related accessories in the past such as chargers, power banks, and so on, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that they would make it on this list. The company’s Soundcore Life P2s are price at $50 and they feature beamforming microphones, graphene drivers, and 40 hours of total battery life thanks to its charging case. They’re also IPX7 rated which makes them ideal for working out.
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2
If you’re a fan of Anker and don’t mind spending a bit more, then you might be interested in the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2. The company is claiming that the drivers were designed and inspired by the structure of diamonds, which they say will improve on the rigidity of the drivers even at higher frequencies. It also features HearID which Anker says will optimize the sound according to your ears. They are priced at $99.99 and comes with a battery life of up to 28 hours.
PASONOMI Bluetooth Earbuds
According to the company that made these earbuds, they boast incredibly fast pairing with your smartphone. All you need to do is pull them out of their charging case and the left and right earbuds will pair with each other, and it should also appear on your smartphone ready to pair and go. They feature IPX7 water-resistance so these will also be useful for gymgoers. The earbuds are rated for about 3-4 hours of use per charge, and will come with a charging case with a 2,200mAh battery and is priced very affordably at $40.
Skullcandy Indy True
Skullcandy has been around for a while now and in the past, the company was known for its bright and somewhat garish-looking headphones, but these days, they’ve kind of toned it down a bit and that is reflected with the Skullcandy Indy True. These are pretty nondescript earbuds that feature an IP55 rating that will be useful if you’re looking for a pair of earbuds for your workout. They also boast 16 hours of total battery life and feature ear gels that will make them a better fit in your ears, and all for just $40.
One of the reasons why some wireless earbuds are more expensive than others is because they come packed with features, like active noise-cancelling. Interestingly enough, for $60, Mpow’s X3 actually features the same technology. If you are looking for a way to drown the outside noise and don’t want to spend too much, then the X3s could be worth taking a look at. The Mpow X3s will offer up to 7 hours of music playback, touch controls, and an IPX7 rating.
FIIL T1X TWS
If you want active noise-cancelling but don’t want your earbuds to stick out too much, then you might want to check out the FIIL T1X TWS. These are priced at $60 and features a 1/4-inch dynamic driver that the company claims will offer deeper bass. They also claim that it will pair in as fast as 1 second, is sweatproof with touch controls, and will support up to 5 hours on a single charge, and a total of 24 hours with the charging case.
Samsung Galaxy Buds
If some of these brands sound a bit foreign to you and you think you might prefer going with a more well-known brand, the Samsung Galaxy Buds could be worth your consideration. They are priced at $84 for the buds only, or if you don’t mind topping up a bit more, you can get the buds and the wireless charging case. We’ve reviewed the Galaxy Buds and found to be great value for money. They are relatively small and lightweight, they’re comfortable, and they also have decent battery life.
The OnePlus Buds were recently announced alongside the OnePlus Nord and we reckon that these have to be some of the best value for money wireless earbuds to date. They are priced at $79 which makes them a bit more expensive than some of the others we’ve listed above, but they come with specs and features that are hard to ignore. They feature environmental noise cancellation, bass boost, low latency, IPX4 rating, fast pairing, Dolby Atmos support, and 30 hours of total battery life.