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Noise Cancelling Headphones (similar to Bose, but MUCH cheaper!) £34.19 great reviews Amazon Dispatched and sold by 7dayshop Limited

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I have a set of these and they are incredibly good for the money - have previously had Bose (albeit older QC15s) and in my opinion these are as impressive. Huge amount of positive reviews on Amazon… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
I have a set of these and they are incredibly good for the money - have previously had Bose (albeit older QC15s) and in my opinion these are as impressive.

Huge amount of positive reviews on Amazon

UPDATE: These are now £27.99!
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#1
They might be decent enough for £34, but's it's very, very unlikely they perform as well as Bose cans.
2 Likes #2
they don't perform as well as bose at all but they are great for the price.
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diktiomenos
They might be decent enough for £34, but's it's very, very unlikely they perform as well as Bose cans.


reviews look excellent. Don't understand why no heat.
#5
My cheapy pound shop earphones cancel out any outside noise when I've got my tunes on, what's so special about these? It's like a throwback to the 80s with the big headphones!
#6
diktiomenos
They might be decent enough for £34, but's it's very, very unlikely they perform as well as Bose cans.

Honestly, in terms of noise cancellation they really are comparable to QC15s, I haven't tried the latest QCs admittedly.

You won't get better NC performance without spending a huge amount more.
1 Like #7
This EFOSHM version is currently on a Lightning Deal at £29.59, can't see any difference aside from the ear cup branding.
2 Likes #8
These are just as good as Bose, take it from an audiophile. I bought the wireless pair recently and very happy with the purchase. They were to replace my old Panasonic noise cancelling headphones which were £130 new about 8 years ago and they are exactly the same as the above pair (but not branded);same shape; same technology.

These are a steal at £35
1 Like #9
diktiomenos
They might be decent enough for £34, but's it's very, very unlikely they perform as well as Bose cans.


Why is it unlikely they person as well as the Bose? You are paying for a brand with Bose, like Apple!
#10
Can be picked up for £32.99 here

https://www.7dayshop.com/noise-cancelling-headphones

or even cheaper if you buy more than 1 ;)
1 Like #11
stevieboy170
Can be picked up for £32.99 here

https://www.7dayshop.com/noise-cancelling-headphones

or even cheaper if you buy more than 1 ;)


Seen that mate, but excludes delivery
#12
Jopez
diktiomenos
They might be decent enough for £34, but's it's very, very unlikely they perform as well as Bose cans.
Why is it unlikely they person as well as the Bose? You are paying for a brand with Bose, like Apple!

You're playing for quality components and R&D.
I recently got a pair of Mpow Thor's. Retail price £30 ish for £0
And a pair of Sony MDR1000X's. Retail price £329 for £200 ish.

The Mpow's sound great as a stand alone item, but when you compare them to the Sony's they are inferior in every way.
Sound, comfort, built quality and battery.
In short, you get what you pay for. Especially, if you've tested better quality items.
1 Like #13
Gopherjnr
diktiomenos
They might be decent enough for £34, but's it's very, very unlikely they perform as well as Bose cans.


reviews look excellent. Don't understand why no heat.

The simple answer is comparing them to Bose in the title.
A new dacia posted here for 6k got lots of heat. If they had put 'like a small Mercedes but much cheaper' it would have bombed.
#14
fireman1
Gopherjnr
diktiomenos
They might be decent enough for £34, but's it's very, very unlikely they perform as well as Bose cans.


reviews look excellent. Don't understand why no heat.

The simple answer is comparing them to Bose in the title.
A new dacia posted here for 6k got lots of heat. If they had put 'like a small Mercedes but much cheaper' it would have bombed.


I think you're probably right there Fireman, it's crazy though that lots of potential buyers will have missed out on these bargains, which really do NC to Bose standards...
1 Like #15
MBeeching
This EFOSHM version is currently on a Lightning Deal at £29.59, can't see any difference aside from the ear cup branding.


Ordered this morning. Thanks for the heads up:D
#16
granitesilver
MBeeching
This EFOSHM version is currently on a Lightning Deal at £29.59, can't see any difference aside from the ear cup branding.


Ordered this morning. Thanks for the heads up:D


Nice one mate, please be sure to come back to the thread to tell all the losers what they missed! :)
#17
These appear to be pretty much identical to the Lindy BNX 60s I have, which are very good imho, currys seem to sell a very similar pair as well....generic?
#18
worst value for money I've seen in 5 years, sorry

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