High build-quality Bluetooth Headset Recommendations, Please?

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Hello Everyone,

We're quickly getting tired of paying around $70 for Bluetooth headsets that stop working after two to three months of use. The most recent models we have tried have been the LG Tone Pro 870 and 1100. In both cases, and in several before these, it seems the build quality is poor.

We are llooking for recommendations of good Bluetooth headsets you have all used, regardless of price, that have solid build quality, even if they do not necessarily have the richest feature sets.

All advice is appreciated and welcome at this point.

Thanks,

Darrell

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#1 bose

The bose qc35 are the headphones i'm currently using. I've had them for a year now, and they still work as good as when I got them. Hope this helps. Beats is also pretty good when it comes to solid built bluetooth headphones.

#2 Bose is good

You didn't say whether you wanted in-ear, on-ear or over-ear headphones, but in any case, Bose is good. If you want ear buds, the Apple airPods are also good. My wife loves her airPods and uses them daily.

#4 Hi,

Hi,
I don't know what kind of sound quality you're looking for, or if you want noise cancelation, but both the Sony MDR1000X and the Denon AH-GC20 are excellent headphones, and we sell a lot of them at the Hi-Fi store where I work. If you like the Bose sound, that's fine, but they do have "a sound", which you either like or don't. I think you can do better than Bose when it comes to quality and balance of sound. Hope this helps. Good luck in your search!

#5 BT Headset recommendations

I totally agree that Boes is the best. I use the on ear and love it. YOu can pair up to 8 devices with the unit. My next choice would be a company called Bluedio and I believe it's the T4 https://www.amazon.com/Bluedio-T4-Turbine-Cancelling-Headphones/dp/B06XH... These things are extremely reasonably priced and sound great and can pair up to two devices at the same time. I am not at all fond of the noise canceling and it can be turned on and off. Without the noise canceling they soudn great and keep noise out. Also, they are built like a tank.