A selection of the best Bluetooth Neckband headphones. Featuring apt-X Bluetooth codecs for CD-quality wireless streaming for the best possible audio experience. Bluetooth Neckband Headphones are ideal for fitness training, sports and gym workouts.
Our list features the best premium Bluetooth Neckband headphones along with more affordable options to suit your budget. All the Neckband headphones listed offer high-quality sound, hands-free calling, and impressive batteries.
Top 5 Bluetooth Neckband Headphones – Shortlist
Bose QuietControl 30 Neckband Headphones
|Bose Quiet Control 30
||10 Hours||10 Hours||3 Hours||$299.99||view|
BeatsX Bluetooth Neckband Headphones
||8 Hours||8 Hours||5mins for 2 hours||view|
LG Tone Bluetooth Neckband Headphones (HBS-910)
|LG Tone HBS 910||10.5 Hours||16 Hours||2 Hours||view|
Spigen – Legato Arc R72E Bluetooth Neckband Headphones
|Legato Arc R72E||10 Hours||10 Hours||2 Hours||
LG Tone Infinim Bluetooth neckband headphones (HBS 900)
|LG Tone HBS 900||14 Hours||17 Hours||2 Hours||$106.99||view|
SOL REPUBLIC Bluetooth neckband headphones
|SOL REPUBLIC Shadow||8 Hours||10 Hours||2 Hours||view|
Best Bluetooth Neckband Headphones on a budget
Tronsmart S4 Active Noise Cancelling Neckband Headphones
The Tronsmart S4’s are my favourite affordable Bluetooth Neckband Headphones. They feature Active Noise Cancelling technology and the CSR chipset. If you travel on public transport or work in noisy environments these will make a big difference compared to regular earphones with just passive noise reduction. They’re comfortable to wear, have a huge battery life and the ANC works really well. – Read our full review
|S4 ANC Headphones
||15 Hours||20 Hours||2.5 Hours||$29.99*||view|
LG Tone Bluetooth neckband headphones (HBS-760)
The LG Tone is the grand-daddy of this style of in-ear bluetooth neckband headphones. With CD quality bluetooth apt-x audio, and a ton of features including real time text message reading.
What sets the LG Tone apart from other Bluetooth Neckband Headphones is the included software/apps which make them as good for business use as they are for enjoying music.
Sony SBH70 Bluetooth neckband headphones
The Sony SBH70 bluetooth neckband headphones have the latest apt-X for high quality audio and very impressive HD Voice technology for hands free calls.
These Bluetooth Neckband Headphones are great for taking long calls. They feature echo, wind and noise cancellation, voice commands and a smartphone app to alter settings and check the battery status.
Plantronics BackBeat Fit Bluetooth Neckband headphones
The Plantronics BackBeat Fit Bluetooth neckband headphones are ideal for athletics and outdoor sports. Highly water resistant, extremely light and comfortable to wear over long periods.
The BackBeat Fit neckband headphones are very flexible and can be folded up and stored in your pocket. They also come with a handy battery status app which will also update the headphone’s firmware wirelessly.
Kinivo BTH240 bluetooth neckband headphones
The Kinivo BTH240 bluetooth neckband headphones are the upgraded and redesigned version of the popular Kinivo BTH220 model.
They are very lightweight at only 73g and connect via Bluetooth or A2DP. The audio quality is far better than you would expect from a set of Bluetooth neckband headphones with such a low price tag.
Avantree NB02 Foldable Bluetooth In Ear Neckband Headphones
The Avantree Bluetooth neckband headphones have an impressive 10 hours of music playback and 300 hours of standby time. They feature multipoint pairing and a vibration call alert.
These around the neck headphones feature apt-X codecs for high-quality audio performance. The ends are magnetised making them ideal for resistance training using a bench.
Alternatives to Bluetooth Neckband Headphones
Bluetooth Neckband headphones typically offer a longer battery life and features due to the additional internal space for components compared to a regular set of wireless earphones. If you don’t like the design of the neckband style, then you might consider looking at True Wireless in-ear headphones.
Over the past two years, I have reviewed countless in-ear Bluetooth headphones and so far I’ve only found one set that has had a reliable connection. This is why I tend to favour the neckband headphone style.
For those of you that do like the idea of absolutely no wires, check out my review of the Soul X-Shocks as these are the only ones that I know of that have a rock solid connection.
What Neckband Headphones am I currently using?
For the past two months, my Bluetooth neckband headphones of choice have been the Legato Arc’s by Spigen. I did a full review at the start of the year and I was blown away by the quality. The reason I decided to continue using them after the testing phase and review was complete was to test their durability
They feature an ultra-thin nanofiber cable that had me a little concerned. It’s so tiny, I was convinced it would eventually fail if I continued using it.
I’m happy to report they are still performing perfectly and my time spent putting them to the test has made me like them even more. If you’d like to find out more, here’s a link to the full review.