We've chosen on-ear headphones from Amazon Australia to see how they stack against other Aussie retailers.
On-ear headphones provide a convenient way to get most of the isolation you’d score from a set of over-ear headphones while still leaving you with a mostly-portable set of listening gear for your requirements.
They typically sit on the ear, as the name describes, which means you can stay aware of your environmental surroundings while checking out podcasts or taking in music or radio, although a little noise leakage is expected.
Here’s our collection of the most popular on-ear headphones in Australia. We’ve also lined up the best deals from a selection of Australian online retailers to help you save.
Prices were last checked between 20 Dec 2017 and 22 Dec 2017 and may be subject to change. Prices include any discounts but exclude potential shipping charges.
Marley Buffalo Soldier on-ear Bluetooth headphones
Marshal Major II on-ear headphones
Philips BASS+ on-ear headphones
Sennheiser HD 2.1 on-ear headphones
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