Beats’ Powerbeats: Best Earbuds For Breaking a Sweat


David Mudd

When I say wireless earbuds, a lot of people get anxious. Yes, you can lose it easily but it is very convenient. Also, Beats wired earbuds or headphones belong to the previous decade. Now it’s all about wireless devices.

Speaking of wireless earbuds, Beats’ Powerbeats comes to mind. It isn’t as stylish as Apple’s Airpods(manufactured by Beats), but it is one of the best in the market right now. There are a few versions and it isn’t cheap.

The best version out there is the Powerbeats Pro. They’re $249.95 a pair. The price makes some of us nauseous but if you can afford it, I would definitely recommend you to buy it.

Here’s some information about the earbuds. They are wireless, banded earbuds(the normal version). The normal version offers a battery life of up to 15 hours. It also contains Apple’s H1 chip which helps with longer distance connectivity(Pro version).


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Best Workout Earbuds

I think that the Powerbeats series is the best workout earbuds you can have. Why? It has it all! Superior sound quality, sweat resistance, comfort, and a long battery life.

Since Apple’s acquisition of Beats, they have gone on to produce one of the best earbuds/headphones there is. The sound quality has improved drastically. This is one reason why you should consider buying it.

Powerbeats come with an IPX4 rating, which means it is water and sweat resistant. I wouldn’t recommend using this if your workout involves swimming or huge water bodies like pools. Other than that, it’s pretty good.

In terms of comfort, these earbuds are superior. They look uncomfortable for some people but they aren’t. In fact, a lot of people found it surprisingly comfortable. And then there is its battery life which is outstanding.


If you own an iPhone, these are definitely the ones worth your investment. It works well on other devices too but works best with Apple products.

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