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Best Earbuds for Travelers

by Benjamin Kerns

Oct 21, 2018

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Tips / Travel

Finding the right pair of earbuds for travel can be daunting. With so many to choose from, how do you know what will suits your needs best? We’ve rounded up a few of the best that should cover every base.

 

Beyerdynamic Byron

The Beyerdynamic Byron earbuds are some of the most stylishly designed on the market, and also provide high-quality sound. They’re wired, so you don’t have to worry about lugging around an extra charger, and come with replaceable silicon ear tips. They also offer a hands-free microphone for phone calls on Android devices.

 

Bose QuietComfort 20

The Bose QuietComfort 20 earbuds are the perfect solution for anyone hoping to get a little work done on the road. These noise-cancelling buds measure the lower frequency sound around you to provide an opposite frequency that blocks out annoying noises, so you can theoretically get work done even on an airplane. They’re lightweight and easy to pack, and a must for any traveler who needs occasional peace and quiet.

 

MAXROCK Noise-Isolating Earbuds

The MAXROCK earbuds are famous for the soft tips — it barely feels like you’re wearing them! The patented sound system and design of the earbuds effectively block out ambient noise while providing crisp sounds when you’re listening to music. Best of all, they’re also sweat-proof, making them perfect for the active traveler.

 

Panasonic ErgoFit Earbuds

If you’re looking for something that works well on a budget, the Panasonic ErgoFit Earbuds are exactly what you need. The ultra-soft pads mold to the shape of your ear for the perfect fit, combined with excellent sound quality and noise-cancelling abilities, make it perfect for people on the go. At only $10 a pair, they’re practically a steal.

 

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