Bluetooth Headphones

I spend time in the kitchen and also doing back exercises that allows me to listen to things on my phone such as audiobooks, Scripture, music, and sermons. I wanted some bluetooth headphones because I often got my wired ones tangled on the kitchen drawer handles. Steve had some Apple bluetooth headphones, but they were expensive, and I saw the possibility of them being knocked out of my ear and falling into something that would damage them.

In 2014, Jesse and Mary gifted me on my birthday with an inexpensive set of LetsCom bluetooth headphones that were wired to each other but not to the phone (Amazon links in this post are Titus2’s Amazon’s Affiliate link, and Titus2 earns from qualifying purchases, see the Privacy Policy). They were easy to use, and when I wasn’t using them, they could hang around my neck or go back in my apron pocket.

Six and a half years later and many, many hours of listening, they are still working well. About six months after receiving my first pair of those earbuds, I purchased another set because I missed having my headphones when they were being charged. With two sets—still a fraction of what Apple headphones cost—I could always have a set charged. And I kept them in different places for convenience of use. That second set is going strong too.

A year and a half ago, Steve bought a set to use when he mows the lawn.

We now have experience with three sets of these LetsCom Bluetooth headphones and can highly recommend them.

Trusting in Jesus,

“Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me:
and to him that ordereth his conversation aright
will I shew the salvation of God.” Psalm 50:23

10 thoughts on “Bluetooth Headphones”

  1. Do you and Steve listen to audiobooks together while you walk? I feel like you mentioned doing that at one point a while ago…how do you do that? Is that with wireless headphones?

    1. We used to do that when we had longer walks a couple of years ago. Now our walks are shorter so we only have time for talking and praying. When we listened to audiobooks together, we used the Apple Air Pods and each of us had one of them in an ear. We still have those air pods, and they are working well. Steve uses them when he is doing something inside and can listen at the same time. He uses the earbuds described here when he mows the lawn.

  2. Do you have any good recommendations for audiobooks or places to find good sermons to listen to? I have found that I like to listen to things when I am doing my daily cleaning or go out for a walk. Would love any suggestions for good things to listen to.

  3. Thank you for the recommendation! I go through blue tooth earbuds quickly—I walk/run about 10-13 miles each day and am always listening to a podcast or ebook. I will definitely be checking these out.

    1. If you get them, let us know how they hold up compared to other earbuds you have used. I am not using these for running. I wonder if they will hold up as well for that as they have for my indoor activities.

      1. I will! I’m training for a (virtual) half marathon right now and will definitely bring these along on a few longer runs and let you know how it goes.

  4. Thanks for posting about these.

    I’ve been looking for a good pair of BT headphones since I won a cheap pair at the county fair.
    They are such a nice thing to have while I do chores.

    Lasting 6 years is what I would good call a GOOD review!

    And YES earpods can fall out of your ear and into a mess.

    1. I am often surprised at how those earbuds keep on working. Even if they failed now, we have certainly gotten our money’s worth out of them. Sounds like you have experience in earpods falling out and into a place you’d rather they not be.

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