Music is a relief for some of us – for others its a good pass time. No matter the case most of us love to listen to music. While on the way to work, morning jogs or free time at home – music should and can be enjoyed almost anywhere. Buying a pair of earphones makes a hella lot of difference in the way you tackle music.

If you are in a gym or in office – put your earphones on and work away without disturbing anybody else. Choosing from the best wireless earphones in India would make running while listening to music a lot easier. Here at Khojdeal – we are adamant in finding you the best deals and offers – read through our buying guide to find the best wireless earphones in India.

Best Wireless Earphones/Headphones In India – Reviewed : Updated 2021

Everybody loves music – going home from work, at the gym or just having a good chill time, music has always been the best kind of escape. Khojdeal experts reviewed a tonne of products to bring to you those choice the best wireless earphones in India.

1. Boat Wireless Earphones : Rockerz 255 Sports

Boat, a Mumbai based company founded in 2016 has quickly risen and fulfilled its consumer desires for durable and quality products

Boat Wireless Earphones : Rockerz 255 Sports

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  • Quick 10 min charge – 45 min play
  • Comfortable fit – comes with a neck band
  • With the inline controls you can toggle the volume, skip tracks, attend calls, and activate Siri, Google Now or Cortana.
  • Microphone available

2. Tagg Wireless Earphones : Inferno

TAGG is India’s leading consumer Electronics Brand, originated with the aim of making quality affordable.

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  • Upto 7 hours of play time
  • Ergonomic design that helps the earphones to stay in place while running or exercise.
  • IPX4 sweatproof resistance
  • Noise isolation
  • Full call control
  • Integrated microphone

3. Skullcandy Wireless Earphones : Ink’d

Skullcandy Inc. is an American company based in Park City, Utah that markets headphones, earphones, hands free devices, audio backpacks, MP3 players, and other products.

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  • 8 hours of play time
  • Flexible collar for quick and convenient storing
  • Built-in microphone
  • Noise isolation
  • Call, Track, Volume Control

4. JBL Wireless Earphones : Endurance Run BT Sport

JBL is an American company that manufactures audio equipment, including loudspeakers and headphones.

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  • Upto 6 hours of play time
  • Magnetic Earbuds with Hands free calling
  • IPX5 sweatproof
  • 1 year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Flexible two-way design allows you to wear the headphones either in-ear or behind-the-ear.
  • Magnetic earbuds that allow for easy cable management when not in use.
  • Integrated microphone

5. JBL Wireless Earphones : T205BT Pure Bass

JBL is owned by Harman International Industries, a subsidiary of South Korean company Samsung Electronics.

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  • 6 hours of play time
  • JBL Pure Bass sound
  • Call and music controls 
  • Hands free calling
  • Tangle-free flat cable
  • 1 year warranty
  • In built microphone

6. JBL Wireless Headphones : T460BT Extra Bass

JBL has two independent divisions within the company : JBL Consumer produces audio equipment for the consumer home market, while the JBL Professional produces professional equipment for the studio, installed sound, tour sound, portable sound (production and DJ), and cinema markets.

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  • 11 hours of play time
  • JBL Pure Bass sound
  • Call and music controls
  • Flat-fold-able, lightweight and comfortable
  • 1 year manufacturer’s warranty
  • In built microphone

7. Sony Wireless Earphones : WI-C200 with Neck-Band

Sony Corporation is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan, Minato, Tokyo. Its diversified business includes consumer and professional electronics, gaming, entertainment and financial services.

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  • Up to 15 hours of battery life
  • Quick charge in 10 mins for 60 mins playback
  • Magnetic housing for tangle-free listening
  • In-Built Mic for Hands free calling
  • Hands-free calls with HD voice
  • Magnetic buds for easy carrying
  • Voice assistant at your service
  • Behind-the-neck design

8. Boat Wireless Headphones : Rockerz 510

Boat, Indian based company is quickly rising amongst its peers to gain national wide acclaim in design and quality.

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  • 10 hours of play time
  • Faux leather on the ear pads
  • Control board to play/pause, change tracks, answer/reject calls and control volume
  • Frequency Range: 20Hz- 20kHz
  • Built in Alexa
  • Dual compatibility – Bluetooth and Aux

9. Audio-Technica Wireless Headphones : ATH-S200BTGBL

Audio-Technica Corporation is a Japanese company that designs and manufactures professional microphones, headphones, phonographic magnetic cartridges, and other audio equipment.

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  • Upto 40 hours of play time
  • Full music and call control
  • Built in microphone
  • Lightweight earpads
  • On ear design
  • Author’s favorite piece of headphones

10. Sennheiser Wireless Headphones : HD 4.40-BT

Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG is a German privately held audio company specializing in the design and production of a wide range of high fidelity products, including microphones, headphones, telephone accessories and aviation headsets for personal, professional and business applications.

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  • Upto 20 hours of play time
  • Comes with a case
  • Detachable cable
  • 2 years warranty 
  • Around(over)-ear design
  • Full volume control
  • In built microphone

Decisive factors for choosing wireless Bluetooth headsets

Bluetooth headsets are now an object owned by the vast majority of users. Appreciated for their convenience, they allow you to avoid the clutter of cables, offering greater freedom of movement, as long as you remain within a limited distance from the connected device. One of the increasingly marked trends today is in the direction of models technically called “authentic wireless”, even if they are often simply known as “wireless” (or true wireless earbuds).

In this case we mean earphones that not only do not require a cable to be connected to your smartphone or computer, but are not even connected to each other by any physical element: for this reason, we speak of authentic wireless. This technology became particularly popular after the release of the AirPods, an Apple-designed model launched in 2016 and compatible with any device supporting the Bluetooth 4.0 standard or higher. Although the design of this particular model is not appreciated by all users, the idea of ​​completely breaking free from the limit of cables has been a winner.

Today there are many competitors on the market, made both by brands specialized in the Hi-Fi sector, and by lesser-known companies able to maintain lower prices. While many features are comparable to those of the wired models, some specifications have significant differences which it is important to point out.

1. Performance

The sound quality is one of the first items to consider when you want to buy headphones or earphones. It must be said that many manufacturers, even among the best known, lately tend to disclose less and less technical details about their products, especially when it comes to wireless Bluetooth headsets. It will therefore often be necessary to trust the good reputation of the brand, but when you can actually judge the more detailed specifications it is good to take them into consideration.

a. Frequency response

The frequency response is one of the simplest data to interpret, indicating the frequencies that the earphones are capable of reproducing. These are measured in Hz and usually cover the spectrum audible to the human ear, which ranges from 20 to 20,000 Hz. It is important to consider that this data also undergoes significant variations based on age: as we age, in fact, the ability to perceive higher frequencies decreases, so the actual quality of reproduction may differ depending on the individual user.

In any case, it is a good idea to move towards the purchase of models that do not fall below this standard considered practically universal, even if many low-cost products are not able to achieve it. It must be said that compared to the wired models it is rarer to find a superior sound quality among the wireless ones, so even investing higher figures is unlikely to get a much higher sound quality.

b. Impedance

Impedance is a value that indicates the resistance that the headset is able to exert on the audio signal. Basically, it indicates the extent of the obstacle that the current encounters in passing through a coil positioned inside the headphones, and is measured in Ohms. Generally, the rule is that a higher impedance indicates a better sound quality: a high Ohm value indicates a sharper and cleaner sound. However, this is to the detriment of the maximum volume reached, which, as you can easily guess, is all the more limited the lower the current that can pass through the coil.

It should be noted that a significant role is also played by the device to which the headphones are connected: for a smartphone or tablet, in fact, a standard value of 32 Ohms will be more than enough, even if there are headphones belonging to other categories capable of reaching the 600 Ohm.

c. Driver

Drivers are one of the most important elements that make up the earphones. In fact, it is the built- in speakers that allow you to convert an electrical signal into sound, and the quality of the bass partly depends on their diameter. Despite this, it must be considered that thanks to the technological advances of recent years it is now possible to improve sound reproduction even in the absence of particularly large drivers, a detail to remember especially when buying in-ear canal models. In general, you can find cheap models with a diameter of less than 6 mm, reaching a maximum of 15 mm.

2. Power supply

The autonomy of wireless Bluetooth headsets is one of the elements that most differentiate them from wired models. If the battery of the latter can reach ten hours or more, in fact, products that rely solely on wireless connections require much more energy, and very rarely exceed five hours of autonomy. Many headsets, even high-end ones, discharge completely in just two hours, making it difficult to use them on the move for long journeys or simply for normal working days.

To overcome this problem, the vast majority of manufacturers have equipped their wireless Bluetooth headsets with a hard case inside which there is a second larger lithium battery, rechargeable via a common USB cable and able to offer up to fifteen total hours of autonomy. The earphones can thus be charged every time they are placed in them. The case is also an excellent tool for not losing the earphones and protecting them from bumps and scratches: in fact, in order to be recharged, they usually use small magnetic contacts, which keep them in a fixed position, preventing them from being damaged.

Finally, it should be noted that some cases are equipped with a second USB port, through which it is possible to connect a smartphone or tablet, acting as a portable charger. This is an additional function that is particularly useful for those who are often on the move, although obviously the capacity of the case (measured in mAh) must be carefully evaluated, since it could ensure no more than a single recharge, especially if you have a smartphone.

a. Fast charging

Due to the reduced battery life of wireless Bluetooth headsets, a fast-charging function may be essential for many users. This is generally more common in high-end models, and allows you to ensure around an hour and a half of music playback with just fifteen minutes of charging. If you are often on the move, we recommend paying close attention to whether or not to use this function, since it can to some extent solve the limit imposed by the low autonomy of this type of earphones.

3. Functions

The functions that wireless Bluetooth headsets are able to perform do not differ significantly from those offered by wired models. We remind you that they can always be controlled via commands on the headset itself (a detail that we will see better in the next paragraph). Let’s analyze them specifically:

  • Track navigation: It simply allows you to switch from one song to another without having to use your smartphone or any other connected device;
  • Volume adjustment: It is a very basic setting with which you can increase or decrease the volume;
  • Telephony management: Practically all Bluetooth headsets are now equipped with an integrated microphone, thanks to which it is possible to answer incoming calls. Most of the models, including economic ones, also allow you to reject a call and redial the last number in the register of your telephone;
  • Other connections: There are also mid-high-end models equipped not only with Bluetooth, but also with NFC technology. This allows a quick connection, always wireless, with compatible devices, even if the earphones must be at close range to be established.

a. ANC: active noise canceling

The active noise cancellation (or ANC, “Active Noise Canceling”) is a function that requires a separate note. Unlike the passive equivalent, where the isolation from external noise is obtained only thanks to a closed structure of the earphones and their tight adhesion to the ear cups, the ANC requires a specific more advanced technology. In order to function correctly, an integrated microphone must be present, capable of recording particular frequencies, generally linked to background noises such as the buzz in a waiting room, or the hum of the engines of an airplane, so as to allow the headset to emit contrary frequencies that cancel them.

Many high-end wireless Bluetooth headsets today offer this feature, which is particularly appreciated by those who are often on public transport or work in an open-plan office. However, it is important to remember that active noise canceling does not eliminate noise that does not maintain a constant frequency and is never completely insulating. If someone were to speak loudly near the user wearing ANC earphones, in fact, they would certainly be able to hear it (unless of course you listen to music at even higher volume).

4. Structure

The choice of wireless earphones also depends to some extent on the structure preferred by the user. There are actually very limited choices, given that it is mostly possible to find only two different basic models: the in-ear headphones, and the in-ear channels. Obviously, lacking any type of external support, it is necessary that there is even a partial insertion in the auricle, even if there are some differences between the two types mentioned above. The types of controls available must also be considered in the structure.

a. In-ear

The in-ear models are similar to Apple-made AirPods. They should not be inserted deep into the ear canal, a feature that divides users quite sharply. Many consider it an advantage, while for others it makes them more uncomfortable, simply because they can be less stable when on the move. They do not offer good sound insulation and are sometimes not equipped with soft rubber pads to better adapt them to the size of the ear.

b. In-ear canal

Wireless Bluetooth headsets belonging to the in-ear canal category are now the vast majority. These need to be inserted deeper into the ear canal, and are therefore more stable when worn. There are generally several sets of soft silicone rubber pads of various sizes available, and increasingly a small hook that further improves comfort during movement. They are also better suited to ensure good passive noise isolation, and this design is also commonly used for models with active noise canceling.

c. Controls

Currently there are different types of commands with which the user can control the functions of the wireless Bluetooth headsets:

  • Mechanical Buttons: Less and less common, as they require a certain footprint while authentic wireless earphones aim to reach smaller and smaller sizes, they are still very reliable. Easy to identify by touch, they are usually very intuitive and simple to memorize;
  • Touch controls: Many models today have a touch sensitive surface. This allows to keep the size of the earphones very small, but on the other hand it can generate some confusion: sometimes it is not clear whether the command has been received or not, or involuntary actions are recorded just for having touched the earphone;
  • Voice commands: Present only in high-end models, they allow you to control the functions of the earphones by pronouncing particular commands, which are recorded through the microphone.

5. Comfort

One of the most important features to consider before purchasing a pair of wireless Bluetooth headsets concerns the convenience that these are able to offer, especially for prolonged use or for intense training sessions, a factor not to be overlooked since these represent one of the most sought-after products by sportsmen. There are several elements that determine the comfort of Bluetooth headsets, let’s see the main ones:

a. Size and Weight

These are among the most obvious specs to check out when buying a new earphone model. It is important to look for one whose weight is limited, since at least part of this device is inserted into the ear canal and the lower the weight, the better the stability of the earphone will be. By now most of the devices on the market do not weigh more than a few grams, while the dimensions are more variable.

Some models are in fact also designed to be worn during the night, keeping the noise canceling active so as to replace the classic earplugs, and have extremely small sizes. Earphones that have mechanical keys instead tend to be bulkier, but can still be more practical for some users.

b. Interchangeable accessories

The vast majority of wireless Bluetooth headsets currently on the market are sold with a series of interchangeable soft tips, which allow the headset to be adapted to different sized ear cups. The same goes for the small silicone hooks that ensure better stability during movement.

6. Price

Wireless Bluetooth headsets are generally very expensive. Very cheap models are usually made by little-known brands and do not offer particularly high sound quality. You will hardly find good quality earphones for a price below Rs. 5000, even reaching figures above Rs. 9000. The cheaper models, on the other hand, do not exceed Rs. 1000, but are usually lacking in advanced features and are not suitable for those looking for faithful sound reproduction.

7. Brand

As with all audio devices, the manufacturer plays an important role in the case of wireless Bluetooth headsets. In addition to offering better quality materials and higher audio performance, they also ensure dedicated after-sales assistance and a large number of local dealers to which you can contact in case of malfunctions. The brands that have so far focused more on authentic wireless technology are Jabra, Sony and Bose.

8. Materials

The materials with which the earphones are built are very important. Not only the internal ones, which to a certain extent determine the correct functioning of the product, but also those used for the external coating. Today it is common to find wireless Bluetooth headsets with more or less complete IPX certifications, which ensure a certain level of waterproofing and dust resistance, a detail useful not only for sportsmen, but for all those who use the earphones on the move.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Wireless Earphones in India

Which is the best wireless earphone/headphone?

That totally depends on what you are looking for – a few pointers will help you find what you are looking for. Check the buyers guide above to know exactly what to look for while buying the best wireless earphones in India.

How do you use wireless earphones?

Fairly easy to use, wireless earphones/headphones connect to your music player or your phone via Bluetooth. Switch on your earphones – make sure you have enough battery – go to your phone and connect them to your phone. Easy as that. Enjoy your favorite music!

Difference between earphones and earbuds?

Essentially it all boils down to – earphones sit inside the ear canal, while earbuds sit outside the ear canal. Easy and uncomplicated.

How do I stop my wireless earbuds from falling out?

That sounds like a pre-buying decision to make. Check the size of the earbuds with respect to the size of your ear canal. Everybody has different sized ears – no shame in that. I have big ears – I buy mostly over-ear headphones or wired ones so that I can wrap the wire over my ear and not worry about them falling out.

Is Bose better than JBL?

Bose despite not as fancy looking as JBL are worth every penny you pay for it. Bose has innovated the design and quality of earphones/headphones and come up with amazing products. JBL is pretty good too if you are on a budget – but Bose far outweighs most of its competitors.

Which Bluetooth earphone is best in India?

Look for comfort and sound quality. If you are on a budget, Sony and JBL have pretty good earphones. Personal opinion – Audio Technica and Sennheiser have amazing sound quality and durability. Choose according to what you fancy most – durability, quality, comfort, battery life or portability.

Do AirPods fall out of your ears?

Given that everybody’s ear is not the same size, airpods either stay in or they slowly creep out until they fall out. There are a few tricks you can use to help with your problem – affix some waterproof tape on the airpods and see if that helps, you can also twist them in and see if that fixes it.

How do wireless Bluetooth headsets work?

We have seen that wireless Bluetooth headsets completely avoid the use of cables. However, there are two different types of connection, illustrated in the infographic below. The first requires that the device (smartphone, tablet, computer or other) connects only to a headset, which then in turn establishes a connection with the second headset.

In the second case, however, the device establishes a simultaneous connection with both earphones. In general, the power consumption is very similar in both cases, but the signal can be more stable when connected simultaneously with both headphones.

However, remember that when a second level connection is also used, it is possible to use a single headset, a useful option when you do not want to completely isolate yourself from the external environment.

How does IP certification work?

Although the abbreviation IP is now widely used, even among low-end products, users are often not clear about what exactly it means. The abbreviation IP is usually followed by two digits, the first of which indicates the level of protection from access by dangerous parts (from dust, sand, small bodies), while the second indicates the resistance to access of liquids (from small drops of water to full immersion for an extended time). If the product did not have one of these characteristics, an X would be found instead of the number. Let’s see a practical example:

  • IPX7: The product is not resistant to dust, but it can be immersed up to a depth of one meter for up to 30 minutes;
  • IP5X: The product resists the access of dust or a fine wire, but offers no protection from moisture and water;
  • IP57: The product withstands both access by poor people and submersion in water to a depth of one meter for up to 30 minutes.

Also, in this case it is good to check that the earphones meet your specific needs: for those who train mostly indoors, in the gym or at home, a model resistant to sweat and therefore to liquids is sufficient, while those who love sports outdoor could certainly prefer earphones that can offer excellent protection even from solid objects.

Are wireless Bluetooth headsets suitable for TV?

Bluetooth technology is not always preferred if you intend to use an audio device for watching movies and TV series. This is because a wireless signal inevitably takes a longer time to be transmitted and received, whereas when using a wired connection, the data transfer rate and link stability is much higher.

Precisely for this reason, using wireless Bluetooth headsets it could happen that the audio of some visual contents is slightly delayed compared to the images, a defect unfortunately extremely annoying. Much depends on the version of Bluetooth technology supported not only from earphones, but also from your TV, and the amount of possible interference in your home, which can be caused by all devices that emit and receive radio waves (practically any modern device with smart functions).


Finding from the best wireless earphones in India is quite the monumental task. From build type to sound quality – everybody has a different idea about what they want from their earphones/headphones. Brand is also an important part of buying earphones.

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