So I keep on reading everywhere how 3.5mm jack is antiquated technology and we should thank Apple for removing it mercifully. Very well. I'm ready. Here is my use case. I am a blacksmith, I work in a very dusty environment. It's a physical job and sometimes my (cable) earbuds – 5 euro on eBay, Sony MH-750 (I bought two pairs to save on shipping, as I ruin them on average once every 3-6 months) land on the floor and I stomp on them or drop heavy objects. So, yeah, they die. What I am looking for is: – an element of noise cancelling (hence earbuds; those simply go deep enough to limit outside noise which is handy when you're grinding metal) – dirt resistant (water resistant is nice because rain happens, but dirt resistant is a must) – battery life of 10 hours or more (I use them all day at work and I also commute) – possibility of somehow attaching them to my clothing, or something that holds them around the neck, so I don't drop them (the models I saw were $99+ and I am not going to buy new $99 headphones every 3 months) – reasonably good sound, I mean, they have to beat my €5 Sony headphones which sound really good (impossibly good for that price). So all in all: does something like that exist? If yes, how much is it and how much does it drain the phone battery compared to cable earbuds?