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Looking for lightweight on over-ear bluetooth headphones

Hello everyone,

Can you recommend me a set of lightweight on ear or over ear bluetooth headphones? I have sensitive ears for some reason so the max weight has to be less than 130 grams. ( my sennheiser 202's are 130g and they never hurt but the slighly heaveir bose OE2s hurt). Price is not an issue since I will be using these headphones everyday. Bluetooth is highly desired. It would also be nice if they came with a control talk type wire.
I would buy the Bowers and Wilkins P3 if they had wireless capability but thats the general look Im going for.

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Maybe another way of doing this.

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How about a wearable bluetooth receiver and you plug an earphone into it. Not quite BT earphone but close. Of course I am not sure if the receiver can sync with other BT devices (seem like it should though).

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