13% Off Sony WH-1000XM2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - Black £279.99 @ Eglobal central
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13% Off Sony WH-1000XM2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - Black £279.99 @ Eglobal central

£279.99£321.99 13% eGlobal Central Deals
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Found 6th Nov
Sony's latest noise cancelling headphones - for 13% off their retail price. These have recently come out to supersede the Sony MDR-1000X which I own and love.

I've bought a camera lens off of eglobalcentral recently and couldn't be more happy with their service.

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What's Sony's warranty on these since not being bought from UK retailer?

EGlobal? No thanks.

Odd that this seller is accepted on hukd

Amazing price. Cheaper than I paid last week.

£299 in Dixons Travel in airports which i thought was pretty good.
I thought these werent released until January but Dixons have stock of these at this price.
£20 more for a bit of peace of mind rather than a grey importer like eGlobal.

skotluis6th Nov

What's Sony's warranty on these since not being bought from UK retailer?


There is no manufacturer warranty from grey market sellers like this. They buy stock from countries where prices are cheaper and sell them here, meaning they weren't meant to be sold in the UK and have no manufacturer warranty here. You'd have to deal with the store, which does have a fairly poor reputation. There are some low prices on this at UK retailers too, check it out on Idealo, you can see legit retailers there.

Copperface9th Nov

£299 in Dixons Travel in airports which i thought was pretty good.I …£299 in Dixons Travel in airports which i thought was pretty good.I thought these werent released until January but Dixons have stock of these at this price.£20 more for a bit of peace of mind rather than a grey importer like eGlobal.


The MDR-1000X is in Dixons, it's the previous but really no different model. However, it's also going for £250 on amazon.co.uk so Dixons' price match scheme means it's dirt cheap there; double the difference means Dixons Travel sells it for £220 when you tell them Amazon has it cheaper.

edisg59 m ago

The MDR-1000X is in Dixons, it's the previous but really no different …The MDR-1000X is in Dixons, it's the previous but really no different model. However, it's also going for £250 on amazon.co.uk so Dixons' price match scheme means it's dirt cheap there; double the difference means Dixons Travel sells it for £220 when you tell them Amazon has it cheaper.



Nope, it was definitely the WH-1000XM2 (revised version of the MDR-1000x) on demo, display and boxed.
I think they had the MDR-1000xs as well but didn't try them because of the hinge cracking.
Edited by: "Copperface" 11th Nov
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