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BOWERS & WILKINS P7 Wireless Headphones Black £279 Heathrow Airport Dixons Travel £279.00

£279.00 @ Heathrow Airport
I saw this while waiting for my flight (from T3). not sure if this helps anyone. Details The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Headphones combines fantastic sound and luxurious materials with advanced … Read More
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6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago
I saw this while waiting for my flight (from T3). not sure if this helps anyone.

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The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Headphones combines fantastic sound and luxurious materials with advanced Bluetooth streaming for an unrivalled acoustic performance.
Best-in-class acoustics
Based on the award-winning wired P7, the P7 Wireless features drive units which have designed with a diaphragm like a traditional speaker’s. This achieves a more precise diaphragm movement and amazing sound quality. Following on from the first Bowers & Wilkins P5 wireless headphones they sound just as good as their wired counterparts. They are even designed and balanced by the engineers behind the reference monitors in Abbey Road Studios.
Wireless streaming
With the best Bluetooth streaming technology, you’ll be able to enjoy the freedom and convenience of wireless headphones. Simply search and pair up your Smartphone, tablet or computer to stream your favourite playlists across a 10 metre range, without compromising on sound quality. You can also control the playback via the intuitive on-board controls.
Battery life
These Bowers & Wilkins headphones boast an incredible 17 hours of battery life between charges. It’s simple to charge via USB too (cable included). Alternatively if you prefer to save your battery then the universal cable (included) will come in useful.
Hi-Fi sound
With P7, everything is designed to allow you to lose yourself in music. Bass is tight, vocals are precisely defined, and there’s a wonderful sense of space, balance and clarity across the whole frequency range. At the same time, the over-ear design and snugly-fitting ear pads ensure you become completely immersed in your listening. Because when you’re hearing sound this good, you don’t want anything to interrupt your enjoyment. With P7, the drivers work more like the drive unit in a hi-fi speaker, with a diaphragm focussed purely on the job it’s supposed to do: generate sound. Which means a drive unit with a more precise, controlled movement.
Superior fit
The ear pads feature a dual cavity cushion design that helps the pads mould to the contours of your head. This design maintains a consistent volume of air between the drive unit and the surface of the ear at both sides of the head.
Leather, aluminium and steel
Moving parts and back plates are constructed from brushed and stainless steel. The logo plates are crafted from brushed aluminium. The headband and ear pads are encased in luxuriously soft leather, making them a delight to wear even for long listening sessions.
Foldable design
Thanks to an ingenious new folding mechanism using a highly durable stainless steel hinge, P7 folds up like a pair of sunglasses, and comes with a soft-cover carry case perfect for messenger bags or briefcases.
Phone friendly
The cable comes with a remote/microphone attachment, so it works seamlessly with your iPhone. And because the cable is so easy to detach and swap, P7 is also compatible with all other mobile phones and MP3 players.
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6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago
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1 Like #1
ignore me, thought it was normal price, but that was for wired not wireless

Edited By: Batch_2001 on Jan 21, 2017 10:07
#2
£279 for headphones? And I thought Beats were expensive oO
#3
these are the wireless version.
#4
123shop
these are the wireless version.

Ahh okay, my mistake :(
#5
angusangus
£279 for headphones? And I thought Beats were expensive oO

Sounds pretty reasonable, I just found out replacement pads for my current cans cost $150 :D
1 Like #6
I've got the P3 and C5 and by all accounts these are pretty much the best headphones in their price bracket wired or wireless. Seems a good deal to me but obviously people will vote cold as they see the price and know nothing about the product or their normal price! It's the reason that for years I look at new not hot deals on here!
#7
B W is very stylish and sound is okay, but the comfort is just terrible. For that itself i won't vote for this deal. Perhaps the comforts is acceptable for somebody, but certainly not for me. I would rather get a Oppo PM3 or B&O H6 which they excel P7 in a lot areas.
#8
angusangus
£279 for headphones? And I thought Beats were expensive oO


Beats ???. Your comparing Apples with Pears , pardon the pun. £279 is mid range price for pair decent headphones. you can pay many £hundreds more for top end ones.
#9
terencetcf
B W is very stylish and sound is okay, but the comfort is just terrible. For that itself i won't vote for this deal. Perhaps the comforts is acceptable for somebody, but certainly not for me. I would rather get a Oppo PM3 or B&O H6 which they excel P7 in a lot areas.

I have 2 h6 (gen1, gen2) they are outstanding but for me they sadly become uncomfortable after an hour.
1 Like #10
It really grinds my gears when people vote cold because they think an item is expensive, uncomfortable or not for them. A deal is a deal when it's the best price an item can be purchased at a given time.
#11
terencetcf
B W is very stylish and sound is okay, but the comfort is just terrible. For that itself i won't vote for this deal. Perhaps the comforts is acceptable for somebody, but certainly not for me. I would rather get a Oppo PM3 or B&O H6 which they excel P7 in a lot areas.

Gotta disagree on the P7s being uncomfortable, I've worn mine almost daily for the last 3+ years and my ears only start fatiguing after many hours of listening. Sound quality is a subjective thing, but again I rate the P7s over the PM3, I actually intended to buy the Oppos as a replacement after hearing they'd made a portable planar, but the sound quality was a big let down to my ears.

Edited By: ElGofre on Jan 21, 2017 22:01
#12
ElGofre
terencetcf
B W is very stylish and sound is okay, but the comfort is just terrible. For that itself i won't vote for this deal. Perhaps the comforts is acceptable for somebody, but certainly not for me. I would rather get a Oppo PM3 or B&O H6 which they excel P7 in a lot areas.

Gotta disagree on the P7s being uncomfortable, I've worn mine almost daily for the last 3+ years and my ears only start fatiguing after many hours of listening. Sound quality is a subjective thing, but again I rate the P7s over the PM3, I actually intended to buy the Oppos as a replacement after hearing they'd made a portable planar, but the sound quality was a big let down to my ears.



That really depend on personal tolerance level, the shape of your head and especially when if you are used to those really comfortable full size headphones like Sennheiser, Mr speaker, Beyerdynamic etc.

I'm quite surprise u think the sound of pm3 is a big let down? What amp did u drive it with?
#13
exexpat
terencetcf
B W is very stylish and sound is okay, but the comfort is just terrible. For that itself i won't vote for this deal. Perhaps the comforts is acceptable for somebody, but certainly not for me. I would rather get a Oppo PM3 or B&O H6 which they excel P7 in a lot areas.

I have 2 h6 (gen1, gen2) they are outstanding but for me they sadly become uncomfortable after an hour.


U seriously think P7 is more comfortable? H6 is acceptable for me, but won't say is the best. I still prefer the velour ear pad on Sennheiser or mr speaker.
#14
The best price you can get at the moment from someone who has researched and is looking for the cheapest price. Great knockdown from the £319 that all places are currently charging. Only other option I can see is Very.co.uk have a 10% off if you open an account with them. Bringing it down to around this price.

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