I have a bunch. None are perfect but I think I may have found the almost perfect pair finally. A warning. Stay away from anything Jlab. I have probably had 8 pairs covered under warranty. 3 different models and 4th the true wireless I sent back. Total junk. I have a pair of their executives that I wear daily to the gym and to run with. They just replaced these about 2 months ago and the right one is already starting to crap out. Jaybirds sucked for me. I took those back in a day. If you want a decent pair that won't break the bank that has not given me any issues Plantronics Backbeat Fit. They are great but I gave them to my GF for only one reason. They don't block out ambient sound. If they did or maybe Comply made isolation tips I probably would have stopped looking. Comply actually sent a cheap magnet type for free with tips for me to test out for them. They only wanted to know how the tips were but surprisingly the headset isn't bad. They are like my second backup. My GF bought me a really expensive pair of Bose QuietControl 30's. I use these at our other place. I just leave them there so I don't need to bring another pair. They work great have the best noise cancelling but . . . They have a fairly heavy and stiff neckband. I find it kind of annoying. That's why I leave it at the weekend place and not for my daily use.They also don't have a way to connect to inflight audio. The Jlab Executives have NC also but with the Comply Isolation tips I really don't need it. These while BT, will also hook up to airline inflight audio with a supplied cable. Not many do this. I will probably send these back for warranty and keep the new pair for just travel. When they aren't broke they work well but Jlab's are not built for the long haul. They also have a neckband but not as annoying as the Bose. When doing bench work the neckband does move so that is annoying. I know I'm picky and a PITA but I spend 1-2 hours per day at the gym and or running so I use them daily. I need them to feel good, work well, stay connected, answer calls, have callers hear me, be water resistant as possible from sweat and or rain. So what is my new Nirvana? Jabra 65T Elite Active. Yes they are expensive but they are true wireless. No cable and they have the usual charging case. The reviews are excellent and they fit well, sound great and have a high waterproof rating. They also make a 65T Elite without the Active for a couple bucks cheaper. It's exactly the same but without the waterproof rating. Battery life is suppose to be 5 hours. I never use them longer then 2 hours so that usually is never an issue. They also pause when you remove one. Sound isolation is also excellent with stock tips but I am going to order some Complys. My only two minor complaints would be it doesn't have NC but I don't think in reality I will need that. I can't use them for inflight audio. Other than that they seem pretty damn good.