Parrot Zik 2.0 by Philippe Starck Wireless, Noise Cancelling Headphones - Yellow (47% off) £135.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Parrot Zik 2.0 by Philippe Starck Wireless, Noise Cancelling Headphones - Yellow (47% off) £135.99 @ Amazon

£135.99 @ Amazon
By far the cheapest I've seen these. Proper high end with a really cool touch interface. They'll sound better than most at this price. The colour won't be for everyone and if the yellow isn't striking… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
By far the cheapest I've seen these. Proper high end with a really cool touch interface. They'll sound better than most at this price. The colour won't be for everyone and if the yellow isn't striking enough, for £144 you can get orange instead!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Parrot-Philippe-Starck-Wireless-Headphones/dp/B00NPZGDKI/
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Do these work on kids? lol
#2
shazzersere
Do these work on kids? lol
Size wise? Not sure to be honest. They're pretty big. I tried them once and thought they were great, but definitely on the larger size.
#3
I have these in blue...noise cancelling is best in class (I used to fly abroad every week and they literally block out the world)..spare batteries can be picked up fairly cheaply (if you have really long flights etc). The only downside is they come with a bag not a case (and the official case is huge)
#4
defard
I have these in blue...noise cancelling is best in class (I used to fly abroad every week and they literally block out the world)..spare batteries can be picked up fairly cheaply (if you have really long flights etc). The only downside is they come with a bag not a case (and the official case is huge)
Pity it's going cold. I think they're much cheaper than usual.
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Yep I paid around £220 for mine!
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afrocleland
defard
I have these in blue...noise cancelling is best in class (I used to fly abroad every week and they literally block out the world)..spare batteries can be picked up fairly cheaply (if you have really long flights etc). The only downside is they come with a bag not a case (and the official case is huge)
Pity it's going cold. I think they're much cheaper than usual.
I'm not certain why they are going cold, if I was able to justify yet another pair of headphones this side of Christmas I'd snap them up (even though my other half just told me they look like a bathroom fitting). Heat from me.
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afrocleland
shazzersere
Do these work on kids? lol
Size wise? Not sure to be honest. They're pretty big. I tried them once and thought they were great, but definitely on the larger size.

Having had a hellish day with my kids, I thought these might cancel the noise of the kids out! lol
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Kid_Sickarus
afrocleland
defard
I have these in blue...noise cancelling is best in class (I used to fly abroad every week and they literally block out the world)..spare batteries can be picked up fairly cheaply (if you have really long flights etc). The only downside is they come with a bag not a case (and the official case is huge)
Pity it's going cold. I think they're much cheaper than usual.
I'm not certain why they are going cold, if I was able to justify yet another pair of headphones this side of Christmas I'd snap them up (even though my other half just told me they look like a bathroom fitting). Heat from me.


you will always get the haters that won't pay more than 99p for a set of head phones. Because they will sound the same anyway! lol.
I looked at these (not in yellow tho) sounded amazing.
#9
defard
I have these in blue...noise cancelling is best in class (I used to fly abroad every week and they literally block out the world)..spare batteries can be picked up fairly cheaply (if you have really long flights etc). The only downside is they come with a bag not a case (and the official case is huge)


are these better than the bose qc35 ??
#10
Great headphones. I got some a couple years back on Black Friday sales for around this price.
#11
srp111
defard
I have these in blue...noise cancelling is best in class (I used to fly abroad every week and they literally block out the world)..spare batteries can be picked up fairly cheaply (if you have really long flights etc). The only downside is they come with a bag not a case (and the official case is huge)
are these better than the bose qc35 ??
No... just no.
#12
I bought a pair for £100 from Amazon a year ago. Promptly returned. Not even worth £100. Awful sound quality, mediocre noice cancellation, and just plain ugly.

Edited By: LittleRedRidingHood on Dec 11, 2016 21:20
#13
I miss my back beat pro's.....the new Sony mdr1000's look nice, but soooo expensive.....on the look out for new bluetooth noise cancelling cans.....but have never liked the zik....but this is a good price, so thanks for posting :)
#14
LittleRedRidingHood
I bought a pair for £100 from Amazon a year ago. Promptly returned. Not even worth £100. Awful sound quality, mediocre noice cancellation, and just plain ugly.


ah okay
#15
LittleRedRidingHood
I bought a pair for £100 from Amazon a year ago. Promptly returned. Not even worth £100. Awful sound quality, mediocre noice cancellation, and just plain ugly.


ah okay
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srp111
defard
I have these in blue...noise cancelling is best in class (I used to fly abroad every week and they literally block out the world)..spare batteries can be picked up fairly cheaply (if you have really long flights etc). The only downside is they come with a bag not a case (and the official case is huge)
are these better than the bose qc35 ??

No. But they're half the price. Do they Bose sound twice as good? Debatable... For the money, I don't think you'd get better. I tried some and really did like them. I already had some QC25 and wasn't appalled . FWIW, for someone looking to spend around the £130 on some wireless cans, getting these isn't bad at all.
#17
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/4141k3sGDKL.jpg

Marmite springs to mind.

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