If you're not a stickler for sound quality, the lightweight and well-designed Samsung Level U wireless Bluetooth headphone is very comfortable to wear and a good in-ear option for people who don't like to have eartips jammed in their ears.
Not only do they enable hands-free chatting, they also free you from dealing with tangled wires as you would have to with a regular headset. Here's a list of the Bluetooth headsets we liked best.
Replacing the Marque 2, this $60 Bluetooth headset offers dual microphones with "noise-canceling DSP and GSMA-certified HD Voice," and a unique USB charging strap.
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Sporting impressive design and solid sound, Parrot's feature-packed and pricey Zik 2.0 wireless headphones will wow some users but intimidate others.
Totally hands-free communication with your Moto X, or one-touch with any other phone. Is the Moto Hint a hint of earbuds to come?
The $50 Bluetooth-connected accessory makes a case for expanding your cell phone experience, but this writer has her doubts.
The BlueAnt Q3 packs impressive hands-free calling features, but lackluster call quality makes it hard to recommend.
For smartphone owners who crave both active noise canceling and Bluetooth wireless audio, the Nokia Purity Pro by Monster is worth its steep price.
Performing smartphone Bluetooth tricks, Sony's Smart Wireless Headset Pro sounds like a bright idea but doesn't follow through.
Though the Sound ID Six comes with a few interesting customization options, its $99.99 price tag is too high for its underwhelming performance.
The Creative WP-450s are good Bluetooth wireless headphones, but the step-down WP-350 model is a better deal.