Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones

Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones (under £60) 2018

If you’re looking to by the best cheapest wireless headphones you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we bring to you a selection of the best cheapest wireless headphones (under £60) 2018.

A few year ago cheap wireless headphones meant poor sound quality and equally bad battery life. Times have changed. Brands like Sony, Anker and Skullcandy are now making quality and cheap wireless headphones. For less than £60 you can buy an over-ear or in-ear headphones.

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6 BEST Cheapest Wireless Headphones

1. Sony MDR-ZX330BT Bluetooth Wireless Headphones

Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones - Sony MDR-ZX330BT Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with NFC Connectivity


  • Simplified Bluetooth connectivity with NFC One-touch
  • 30 mm neodymium driver unit
  • Up to 30 hours of battery life
  • Swivel folding design
  • 150g (lightweight)
  • USB rechargeable, cable included

Tech Radar says the will “surprise you with an ultra-crisp sound”. Not bad a bad review for a pair of wireless headphones that cost less than £50. Couple this with the impressive 30-hour battery life and you can see why we’re ranking the Sony MDR-ZX330BT Bluetooth Wireless Headphones so highly. Oh, and should you get caught short regarding low battery, don’t panic. the Sony MDR-ZX330BT comes with a fast charging feature that gives you up to ten hours of playback from only one hour of charging.

These headphones are portable too. And not just because they’re wireless. Its swivel folding design makes travel, and packing, easy. We’re also big fans of the Near Field Communication (NFC) technology that makes the (sometimes) laborious task of pairing Bluetooth headphones a thing of the past. Simply touch selected NFC-enabled devices – the majority of smartphones have this feature – to the on-body N-mark for a quick, seamless (Bluetooth) connection. No searching, no pairing, no waiting.

2. Sony MDR-ZX220BT Bluetooth NFC Headphones

Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones - Sony MDR-ZX220BT Bluetooth NFC Headphones


  • Quick connectivity via NFC one touch
  • 30 mm dome drivers
  • Frequency Response 20 Hz-20,000 Hz
  • 8-hour battery life
  • 130g (lightweight)
  • Swivel design for portability
  • Built-in microphone

The Sony MDR-ZX220BT Bluetooth Headphones are a great example of what you can get for less than £60. First of all, they look great. Available in three colours – black, blue or grey – they’re a pair of headphones you’ll be happy to wear in public. More importantly, they produce a good sound, providing clear and confident sound ranging from bass through to treble.  Controlling these cans is easy too, thanks to the volume rocker and playback controls located on the right driver. The battery life is also decent. 8-hours is more than enough to cover the average wearer’s daily needs. If you’re looking for a good pair of cheap wireless headphones the Sony MDR-ZX220BT Bluetooth NFC Headphones are definitely worth considering.

3. AudioMX Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones

Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones - AudioMX Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones


  • 40 mm drivers
  • 23-hours continuous use
  • Genuine leather strap with protein leather earpads
  • 90° swiveling ear cups
  • On-board noise-cancelling mic
  • 12-month warranty

The AudioMX Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones are a stylish pair of cheap Bluetooth cans. The 40 mm drivers deliver excellent audio performance and, thanks to the protein leather earpads, they are comfortable to wear for prolonged periods too. These headphones also boast the reliable Bluetooth 4.1 connection and has an impressive 23-hour battery life too.

4. Skullcandy Uproar Bluetooth Wireless On-Ear Headphones

Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones - Skullcandy Uproar Bluetooth Wireless On-Ear Headphones


  • Sound delivers attacking bass, natural vocals and precision highs
  • Synthetic-leather ear pillows
  • 10-hour battery life
  • On-board mic and remote

If you want a pair of cheap wireless headphones that deliver a powerful bass performance, then consider the Skullcandy Uproar Bluetooth Wireless On-Ear Headphones. Costing just £29, they’re excellent value for money. They’re comfortable too and posses two more key features. An impressive 10-hour battery life, which can be topped up via USB without interrupting playback. These cans also deliver a well-rounded sound quality that exceeds their cheap price tag by a long way.

5. Anker SoundBuds Flow Lightweight Wireless Headphones

Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones - Anker SoundBuds Flow


  • Clear audio playback via 6 mm drivers
  • 10 hours battery life
  • Suitable for all weather (waterproof and nano-coated)
  • Comes with ear-hooks and travel case

Cheap in-ear wireless headphones are rare. Rarer still are cheap in-ear headphones that deliver good sound. The Anker SoundBuds Flow Lightweight Wireless Headphones do just that. They’re designed primarily for to be worn during sport and come with ear-hooks to prevent the buds dislodging from your ear while. There’s also a waterproof coating too, meaning you can use these earphones in the rain. What you’ll like most though, apart from the great sound, is the 10-hour battery life. An excellent pair of cheap wireless (in-ear) headphones with an amazing price too.

6. OMorc Bluetooth Wireless Headphones

Best Cheapest Wireless Headphones - OMorc Bluetooth Wireless Headphones


  • Clear noise-cancelling microphone for phone calls
  • 8 hours battery life
  • Foldable designs
  • Works with 3mm jack for seamless playback (when charging)

If you’re looking for a pair of Bluetooth headphones at a rock-bottom price then you’ve just found it. The OMorc Bluetooth headphones boast a good feature set but don’t expect build quality. The audio performance is a similar affair too, with a passable, but unimpressive, range and quality. Its noise-cancelling microphone and option to use a 3mm cord (when the battery is flat) are solid features though. A good option if budget is your main concern, otherwise, we suggest spending the extra £20 and buying one of the Sony’s featured above.

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