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Sony MDR-1000X Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Ambient Sound Touch Sensor High Resolution Audio Headphones £329.29 @ Amazon

£329.29 @ Amazon
These are £329.97 on amazon using flubit you should get 5% off this making them £314 and then quidco gives you 5.5% off surprisingly! Making them £296.73! Just ordered, granted not for everyone, i … Read More
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1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago
These are £329.97 on amazon using flubit you should get 5% off this making them £314 and then quidco gives you 5.5% off surprisingly! Making them £296.73!

Just ordered, granted not for everyone, i only expected 1.1% off through quidco!
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1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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Sony MDR-1000X Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Ambient Sound Touch Sensor High Resolution Audio Headphones £296.73
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These are £329.97 on amazon using flubit you should get 5% off and then quidco gives you 5.5% off surprisingly!

Just ordered, granted not for everyone, i only expected 1.1% off through quidco!

So, the title of this "Deal" should actually be:

"Sony MDR-1000X Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Ambient Sound Touch Sensor High Resolution Audio Headphones £329.97"
#2
Well I guess, I didnt know how else to post it really? They are definitely £314 using flubit anyway as I put this through a few times. Never had an issue with quidco so they should pay out. Also they are £360 odd most places now, not sure if this is because of brexit as £330 was the rrp.
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Go well with my £260 TV :{
#4
Gollywood
Go well with my £260 TV :{


Sound better anyway!
#5
great cans.....just so damn expensive.
#6
Not coming down anytime soon thats for sure! Been waiting ages.
#7
I got mine when Currys had a 10% off all speakers/headphones before Christmas (for £297), but I have subsequently seen them in Dixons Travel at Heathrow for I think £270 ish. Am very happy with the sound and NC, especially when connected to another Sony device that supports LDAC.
#8
And now up to £360, who's laughing now ;)
#9
Nothing like a cold vote, still laughing!
#10
Still too expensive....ended up with a set of brand new JBL Everest Elite 700 platinum editions via ebay.....some crazy bidding but bagged them £148 +9.99 p&p.....used the £140 quid from the sale of my year and half year old, as good as new sony music player, which was collecting dust....the way I see it, I only spent twenty odd quid extra :O) .....Very nice they are too :O)

Had the back beat pro's, so for me, I'm only missing the class 1 bluetooth and auto pause feature......both of which I can live without as these jbl's are brill.......although, if my budget stretched that far, the sony's would be my first choice! :O)

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