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Best wireless headphones as Christmas gifts

If you are looking to put some of the best wireless headphones on your wish list right before the 2013 shopping season, then we wanted to feature a great selection perfect for Father Christmas. There is a huge choice to consider, but some stand out more than others, so you might need a helping hand.

GedgeTell has taken a look at what they believe are the best wireless headphones in late 2013, and looking at the list we would have to agree with some of them. However, we feel as though some do not deserve to be on there, but then again it all comes down to personal preference.

Wireless headphones are not for everyone because they feel as though this limits usability, but that could not be further from the truth. This means choosing the correct pair will mean the difference between pleasure and disappointment.

There could not be a list without a pair of Beats headphones, and so we are not surprised to see Beats Wireless. These offer huge bass an 8-hour battery life, which we have to say, is rather impressive. You are able to stream audio via Bluetooth from 30 feet away.

Whenever you think of audio technology Bose pops into your head, and so the Bose AE2w headphones needed to be on the list of best wireless headphones to buy someone for Christmas. They not only offer a comfortable fit, but also special iPad functions and active equalization.

If you are looking for some wireless headphones that do not follow the rulebook in terms of design, then the Harman Kardon BT headphones might be the perfect match for you. These are not oversized ear shaped, but rectangle. Some would say it is like having a smartphone on both ears. With these being made by Harman Kardon, the audio quality is awesome and we love the impressive 12-hour battery life.

These are just a few from the list of best wireless headphones for Christmas, and so you need to visit GadgeTell for the complete list. However, if you feel more needs to be added, then we’d love to know.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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