How do bluetooth earbuds compare, in general, to wired earbuds in terms of durability?
I use my phone both for listening to podcasts while I work (forestry; outdoor, dirty, etc; very rough on gear) and also for audio GPS on the bike.
I’ve tried many brands of earbuds; the ones I currently use  seem much more durable than most, but I still end up having to replace them every couple of months (the wires go dodgy such that the audio drops out unless you hold the cable just right; utterly useless for me).
Limiting factors are:
Must have good physical noise blocking; as mentioned, I use them for GPS on the motorbike, so they need to block out wind noise to a similar degree to my normal riding earplugs, and
Must be cheap. I’m on a very limited income, and I can’t afford to spend hundreds of dollars on anything.
Since the wires appear to be the main point of failure, getting rid of them seems a good idea. But given the rate at which I destroy normal earbuds, I’m worried that any Bluetooth buds I buy will be dead within days of purchase.
 Audio-technica ATH-CKL202