OK, To have the ‘flaking’ part of the answer out of our way good and early, I have to say that it depends completely on what you would like from a headphone. There is not much point spending out on an all-singing, all-dancing tremendous-headphones if all you want is a basic model, but, with the same token, great quality does not come cheap in the planet of electronics.
However, that’s not what you wanted to hear, is it?
OK, so, here are some of our best Bluetooth headphones that I’ve looked at so far…
The Jawbone Era is one of the best mono gadgets that I’ve in my opinion seen. Using state of the art audio technology, the Era is a great sounding headphone, but the inflated price tag could be some bit off-putting for some potential buyers. To be honest (though please don’t read ‘honest’ as ‘flaking out’), this is likely to be the pattern for most of the following examples, those who sound brilliant, cost more.
Considerably cheaper is the Plantronics M55, an excellent little worker and a bargain at lower than half the cost of that Era. Of course, it isn’t pretty much as good because the aforementioned Jawbone model, but this headset definitely won’t disappoint. Also from Plantronics is a Marque 2 M165, a sleek, trustworthy little number that also provides great value for money.
If its stereo you’re after, Mike, then the Jabra Clipper is a pleasant little doohickey, that includes an innovative design that’ll either enlighten or infuriate you, depending on how you propose on using it. The Sony Stereo Bluetooth Headset is also a fantastic little runner and only costs about £30 (which makes it the least expensive one featured on this list).
As I initially said, it is completely up to you what kind of headset you need, but I’m able to say these models listed here are well reviewed by other technology internet sites online, as well as myself. Do a web search before you decide which of them to purchase though, that way you are able to ensure that you’re paying out for exactly what you require.