However, one of the common complaints is about battery life. While Apple claims that its Airpods have five hours of listening time on one charge, that's still not enough for a day of use, and the alternatives that are available don't fare much better.
Sola, a pair of wireless headphones that have solar charging built-in, want to change that. According to its Indiegogo campaign, using solar power can extend the listening time of conventional headphones by 25-30%.
That could add up to two and half hours to its eight hours of use. And if you want to charge it faster, you can still use the USB connection to fill its battery in two hours.
The design of the Sola headphones also features noise dampening, an omni-directional microphone, and a 30ft wireless range.
This isn't the first bit of solar-powered hi-fi tech that we've seen. At CES 2013, Eton unveiled the solar-powered Rugged Rukus and Rukus XL wireless speakers.
This isn't even strictly the first pair of solar-powered headphones that have tried to be crowdfunded - Helios (pictured) attempted to achieve the same goal in 2014, but unfortunately did not meet its goals.
While Britain isn't the sunniest place in the world, any step to make wireless headphones last longer is one in the right direction.