A wearable Bluetooth speaker provides a whole new way to listen and enjoy music. If you like to listen to your music in the open but in your own private space while you’re exercising or on an outdoor adventure, these speakers will appeal to you. Below is our collection of the Best Wearable Bluetooth Speakers for 2020. These wearable speakers are perfect for working out and casual listing. The sound quality on some of these Bluetooth speakers aren’t the best but they will do a very good job of delivering a great audio experience. Most of the speakers on this list have built-in microphones for phone calls and for the voice assistant.
Oraolo Neckband Bluetooth Speakers
Priced From $55USD
The affordable Oraolo Neckband Bluetooth Speakers is perfect for all your workout activities. It boasts an IPX5 rating which is the highest on this list. Which means this wireless speaker is fully sweat and weather-resistant. You get the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology with a stable wireless connection of up to 100 feet.
Additionally, the Oraolo has a lightweight design and is made of silicone materials which allows it to be very comfortable on your neck even if you wear it all day. And thanks to the upward-facing built-in 3W two-speaker system, your able to get a great audio experience that allows you to get immersed in your music even when you at the gym. Read Next: Best Wearable Neckband Speakers Under $100
Bose Frames Rondo Audio Sunglasses
Priced From $199USD
The Bose Frame Rondo Audio Sunglasses are stylish sunglasses with micro speakers and microphones built into their frames. The speakers that are in these wearables are placed just above your ears. This allows you to hear exactly what you want without disturbing anyone around you. These glasses use a single button to turn the power on or off, accept and reject calls, and play and pause music. In addition, you also have the option to use Siri or Google Assistant.
Bose has built these glasses as audio AR sunglasses because in the near future they will work with Bose’s Audio augmented reality platform that should be available by this summer. Unlike video-based AR platforms, Bose AR delivers audio feedback based on your phone’s GPS location. What’s cool about this is that it has a 9-axis motion sensor built into the glasses that lets apps know exactly where your face is facing.
The sound quality is quite impressive considering the type of listening experience it provides. These audio glasses make you feel like wearing traditional over the head headphones. The Sound actually covers your ears allowing you to feel like your wear headphones.
Polk Audio BITB-A Boom Bit
Priced From $10USD
This kool little Bluetooth speaker will clip on to whatever clothes your wearing. Battery life is 3 hours which should be long enough to go for a jog. Being such a small speaker it’s not that loud and music quality is quite underwhelming but it’s perfect if you’re the kinda person that loves to listen to your music or podcast all the while hearing what’s going on around you. The Boom Bit Speaker is the first wearable speakers that you can put anywhere, it’s perfect for the outdoors.
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Jambanz 2.0 Portable Silicone Slapband Speaker
Priced From $15USD
The Jambanz 2.0 portable silicone speaker is a risk band that allows you to wear your music on your arm. You can also slap it on cycle, scooter or just about anything you choose. It’s designed for both adults and kids and features a variety of colorful silicone slapbands in various colors and graphic designs. The interchangeable Bluetooth speaker can also be moved from the band.
Priced From $31USD
This very tiny Bluetooth speaker will magnetically attach itself to any piece of clothing or to a metal object. The sound quality of the Tokk Smart is what you would expect from a speaker this size but it’s very loud and clear. It offers 4 hours of playtime and 40 hours of standby time. The stand out feature is the one-touch multi-functionality that allows voice dialing through your voice assistant and handsfree calling.
Zulu Audio Wearable Bluetooth Speakers
Priced From $39USD
The Zulu Audio Wearable Bluetooth Speakers have a different design and form factor when compared to the other neck speakers on the market. It has two small Bluetooth speakers that are connected to very flexible rubber cables that can be adjusted for maximum comfort. But what makes these neck speakers so unique is that these are magnetic speakers that attach to your clothing. There are two small magnets that you clip on to your shirt or whatever piece of clothing your wearing, to hold each speaker firmly in place. Once the magnets are connected to the speakers, the speakers will stick to your garment and will stay secure no matter what physical sporting activity you take part in.
You only get 4 hours of playtime which isn’t as impressive as some of the other speakers on this list but it will still be enough to get you through your workout. The Zulu Audio has Bluetooth 4.1 technology and with a wireless range of up to 15 feet. Audio is very loud, with clean and clear mids and highs but the bass is lacking so if your the kinda person that likes some bass in your audio these speakers aren’t for you. The speakers have an IPX4 rating so they can handle sweat, rain, and small splashes with no problem.
Endurance Elite Wearable Bluetooth Speaker
Priced From $80USD
The versatile Endurance Elite Wearable Bluetooth Speaker is for the person or athlete that wants to openly enjoy their favorite music while running, biking or hiking. It’s a very stylish and lightweight vest that has Bluetooth speakers embedded inside. The sound quality isn’t the best but you get very loud and clear audio. This impressive little vest also comes with LED blinkers and a reflective patch on the back to help you to be visible at night to motorist.