Sony h.ear on MDR100AAPL Headphones (Blue or Red) £86.49 @ Amazon/Argos/Argos Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Sony h.ear on MDR100AAPL Headphones (Blue or Red) £86.49 @ Amazon/Argos/Argos Ebay

£86.49 @ Amazon
Just seen these on Amazon and lowest price I've seen for these. These are cracking headphones. I'm after the bluetooth version (double the price), so this may be useful for anyone after these. L… Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Just seen these on Amazon and lowest price I've seen for these.

These are cracking headphones. I'm after the bluetooth version (double the price), so this may be useful for anyone after these.

Looks like Amazon have price matched Argos for the blue and red versions of these.

Also noticed that Argos Ebay are selling the blue and red for the same
price for anyone that have Paypal funds burning a hole in their pockets.

If you don't like either colour, the black version is £99.99 on both Amazon and Argos too, although not as good as a deal.
IWannaBeAdored Avatar
4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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#2
99% of the reviews on Amazon are written by people who shouldn't be posting headphone reviews...
#3
good deal, but shame the bluetooth version isn't this price :(
#4
Looks like I'm not the only one holding on for the wireless version
#5
c.old for the model name
#6
Nearly defecated myself when I saw the deal thinking it was the ABN wireless model, which I just bought for £170. They're amazing headphones. Nicely made, super comfortable for hours on end, great connectivity and Bluetooth range, battery life >20h and decent sound quality. Only complaints are that the buttons are a bit fiddly and the noise cancelling isn't perfect; it seems to leave in mid-frequency sound like voices and there is a gentle but noticeable electronic hiss when it's switched on.

Edited By: cannibalwombat on Jan 09, 2017 18:19: .
#7
Nice, but still prefer mdrxb950
#8
cannibalwombat
Nearly sh*t myself when I saw the deal thinking it was the ABN wireless model, which I just brought for £170. They're amazing headphones. Nicely made, super comfortable for hours on end, great connectivity and Bluetooth range, battery life >20h and decent sound quality. Only complaints are that the buttons are a bit fiddly and the noise cancelling isn't perfect; it seems to leave in mid-frequency sound like voices and there is a gentle but noticeable electronic hiss when it's switched on.


Shot? That's a bit extreme.
#9
finnmaccool
cannibalwombat
Nearly sh*t myself when I saw the deal thinking it was the ABN wireless model, which I just brought for £170. They're amazing headphones. Nicely made, super comfortable for hours on end, great connectivity and Bluetooth range, battery life >20h and decent sound quality. Only complaints are that the buttons are a bit fiddly and the noise cancelling isn't perfect; it seems to leave in mid-frequency sound like voices and there is a gentle but noticeable electronic hiss when it's switched on.
Shot? That's a bit extreme.

Fixed. Though don't you think that price difference would've also justified violent suicide?

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