When you spend a lot of time traveling for work, then you’ll have your list of must-have gadgets that travel with you all the time. There is no doubt that a good pair of wireless headphones for listening to music, avoiding disturbances, making phone calls, or video conferencing is one thing on this list.

It can be difficult to find the right pair, particularly if you are trying to find one that suits your desired combination of features, costs, and comfort. Also, you may feel uncomfortable with the size of headphones while traveling, so earbuds will be the better alternative in this case.

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These are the best wireless earbud to fly, whether you’re listening to your favorite podcast’s latest episode, your favorite musician, or an audiobook.

Powerbeats Pro

You’ll love the Powerbeats Pro if you’re a fan of AirPods but want them to blend in even better. They have the same wireless chip, but great improvements are the wraparound design, the addition of volume control, and their sweat resistance. They’ll cost you $249, though.

My biggest issue with PowerBeats Pro is variant with a number of different styles. Anyone who thought it was a brilliant idea to build this earphone’s exterior did not think of a button that because none of them match perfectly to your ear. It will sometimes push them away from that and the fact that the situation is of the size of a softball. Try to put that into your bag on your next travel.

Sony WF-1000XM3

From the day they hit stores last fall for two significant reasons, Sony’s new wireless in-ear headphone has been at the forefront of the industry. They block noise absolutely, compared to the best headphones on the market, for example.

Second, these lightweight headphones provide eight hours of battery life per charge, with an additional 24 hours on the charging instance (which could add 90 minutes of battery life with just 10 minutes charging). Rich in sound that can withstand all the bass that you throw at it, the WF-1000XM3 can simultaneously maintain a connection to two devices, making it easy to switch between a phone and a laptop.

JayBird X4

The JayBird X4 wireless headset may be the answer to your prayers for those who can’t decide if they want a better in-ear or in-ear headset. You can customize the software to suit your needs. Plus, these are the perfect travel headphones with sweat/rain safety, custom audio configurations, 8 hours of use on a single charge. They are available in two different colors.

Apple AirPods 2

I have already confirmed Apple AirPods 2 are the best friends of travelers, but I would add this: they are the most secure and easiest to use wireless headphones. They sound fantastic too, pick the PowerBeats Pro or the Bose even if you want anything to block out the background noise.

The AirPods key justification for traveling is that they are rock solid to set up and move between devices and fit in a load case compact enough to fit into almost any pocket. With the Wireless Charging Case, you can get them for $199.

Mpow Flame Bluetooth Headphones

These are the wireless headphones for you if you are on a budget! The Mpow Flame Bluetooth headphones start on Amazon at just $21.99, but they give you about eight hours of full-charge usage, they have a waterproof coating to allow suddenness (great for a long hike on your trip), plus a travel suitcase. Accessible in 8 colors.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Headphones

It may have been pretty obvious to those who are closely watching the growth of headphone brands that the German Sennheiser perfectionists were not joking when they launched the authentic Momentum wireless headphones in November 2018. Such headphones prove the size is insignificant.

These portable headphones are good for their noise and passive isolation, with strong bass and treble without a network. The icing on the cake is a trendy pocket USB-C charging case that doesn’t seem to hold your medication (hello AirPods).

Klipsch T5 True Wireless

The Klipsch T5 True Wireless is a simple choice and to be planned (it will be available in October) if the main thing is a long-lasting battery and solid sound! In fact, these are probably the best sounding headphones overall for the size, which is remarkable considering that they are exactly the same quality as the AirPods ($199).

The case is amazing-it is made of metal and looks like a lightweight lift-up. The downside is that, particularly compared to AirPods, the case is not lightweight, but it does have a 24-hour battery charge, while the headphones will last about 8 hours.