Optoma NuForce BE Sport3
Some of the best wireless headphones you can buy
£80 FROM Optoma, optoma.co.uk features IP55 rating, 10-hour battery life, noise isolation
These are some of the best wireless in-ear headphones
on the market. They’re made from aluminum and rubber, and feel very solid, especially since the buds are milled out of aluminum. They’re also magnetic, so they won’t flop around on your chest when not in use.
Their IP55 rating means they’re rain, dust and sweat resistant. Don’t go swimming with them, but they should put up with abuse at the gym.
Once in place, you’ll be treated to balanced sound that works well for every genre, and incredible noise isolation. Although the BE Sport3 aren’t the last word in resolution or dynamics, the slightly boosted bass response and rolled off highs are good, especially when you consider the price.
Against the competition, the NuForce BE Sport3 offer tremendous value. One of the most popular pairs of wireless workout headphones, the Jaybird Freedom Wireless, offer worse sound, four hours of battery life without its charging cradle, as well as a frustrating fit. To make things worse, those buds cost over twice as much at £170.
Optoma really knocked it out of the park with the BE Sport3 headphones. They’re amazing value for a pair of wireless headphones that sound good, last all day long, have a bulletproof build and incredible noise isolation. While they’re not the most dynamic or resolving pair of headphones, Optoma shows us that the future of wireless headphones is a bright one.
These headphones are an incredible bargain for what they offer.