Beats Studio 2 Wireless Over-Ear Headphone - Titanium from Amazon US for $229 or £147 excluded delivery
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Beats Studio 2 Wireless Over-Ear Headphone - Titanium from Amazon US for $229 or £147 excluded delivery

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Found 13th Aug 2015
Bought myself pair with 2-4day prority delivery.
Order Summary
Item(s) Subtotal:
$229.99
Shipping & Handling:
$39.46
Total before tax:
$269.45
Estimated tax to be collected:
$0.00
Import Fees Deposit
$53.89
Grand Total:
$323.34

The Bluetooth stays connected up to 30 feet so you can feel free to roam and keep the music going. Take calls, skip songs, and change the volume right from the headphone. Headphone has Adaptive Noise Cancellation, a rechargeable battery, and re-engineered sound, just with no wires. The Bluetooth connection lets you enjoy your music wirelessly for up to 12 hours or up to 20 hours when plugged into your audio device
• The Beats Acoustic Engine(TM) makes your listening experience personal and real. Beats' signature DSP software is designed to generate the emotional experience that some of the music industry's greatest rock, hip-hop, pop, electronic, and R&B producers want you to feel. The studio wireless has a lighter, stronger, and more comfortable headband. We created softer ear cups and an ergonomic bellow to create a flexible, custom fit for every head shape
• Dual-mode Adaptive Noise Canceling feature automatically strikes the perfect blend between your music and the world outside. If you only want to use the headphone to cancel external noise, the ANC only mode automatically increases the level of noise cancellation, to put the world on mute
• The New Beats Studio Wireless comes with a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts 12 hours when using wirelessly and 20 hours when you do decide to plug in. With the Battery Fuel Gauge, you always know how much juice is left. Forget specialized adapters; the New Studio can be charged via micro USB almost anywhere
• What's in the box: Beats Studio Wireless(TM) headphones, RemoteTalk(TM) cable, 3.5mm Audio cable, USB 2.0 charging cable (USB-A to USB Micro-B),USB Power adapter,Hard shell carrying case, Quick Start Guide, Beats by Dre Cleaning cloth and Warranty Card

12 Comments

Its not £147

Original Poster

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Edited by: "RUGAAL" 13th Aug 2015

Original Poster

Orcinus_orca

Its not £147


229 US Dollars equals
146.91 Pounds Sterling
1 GBP equals 1.56 USD · MSN Money

Even after you add duty/tax plus if you go for 2-4day delivery (priority) you'll end up paying 200 quid which in uk would cost you 330+

I don't understand HUKD, people vote cold because they can't afford, these headsets sell for 330+ quid in UK, deal is 50% off deal.
Edited by: "RUGAAL" 13th Aug 2015

i don't think is because they can't afforded,I think is because people ,like my self, know they are not worth it.
they charge stupidly a lot of money fir something Dr. Dre said in a interview they cost 14$ to build and you are buying his name.

Original Poster

cosmindulce

i don't think is because they can't afforded,I think is because people … i don't think is because they can't afforded,I think is because people ,like my self, know they are not worth it. they charge stupidly a lot of money fir something Dr. Dre said in a interview they cost 14$ to build and you are buying his name.



Everything you buy is overpriced if you think that way. Companies wouldn't mass produce stuff if they wouldn't be able to make it cheap and sell for much higher price. Literally anything you buy is like that. TV you probably have cost 500 quid let's say, to make it probably cost 50 quid.

IPhone's are anther story, costs 600+ quid, but to make it , it costs less than 100 quid? Seriously, people are weird with such thinking.

Haha, even food you eat costs fracture of penny comparing what you actually pay for it.

cosmindulce

i don't think is because they can't afforded,I think is because people … i don't think is because they can't afforded,I think is because people ,like my self, know they are not worth it. they charge stupidly a lot of money fir something Dr. Dre said in a interview they cost 14$ to build and you are buying his name.


If I give you 14 bucks Can you built them yourself?

Your math is shocking mate, its a decent price though

Original Poster

Orcinus_orca

Your math is shocking mate, its a decent price though


I didn't add import fees as its based differently which shipping method you choose

The import fees at UK VAT (20%)

Anything from outside the UK and European Union, then VAT is added

Original Poster

Orcinus_orca

The import fees at UK VAT (20%)Anything from outside the UK and European … The import fees at UK VAT (20%)Anything from outside the UK and European Union, then VAT is added


Well, apparently Amazon will do that already for you making it hassle free delivery to UK. Since I end up paying 210 quid its better than laying 340 in UK

The reason why these cans sound good is because they have an inbuilt amp. Which also means you CANNOT use them without a charge when the battery runs out after 12 hours...for this reason alone it's not worth £200.
You can achieve a similar sound quality with a £20 Sennheiser and a Fiio portable amp

Original Poster

dush_yant

The reason why these cans sound good is because they have an inbuilt amp. … The reason why these cans sound good is because they have an inbuilt amp. Which also means you CANNOT use them without a charge when the battery runs out after 12 hours...for this reason alone it's not worth £200.You can achieve a similar sound quality with a £20 Sennheiser and a Fiio portable amp



Don't think that's an issue tbh, when I charge my phone I charge my beats

Nowadays phones won't last more than 12h anyways on heavy use I have
Edited by: "RUGAAL" 17th Aug 2015
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