Bowers & Wilkins PX Wireless Headphones (Space Grey) at Microsoft for £263.99
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Bowers & Wilkins PX Wireless Headphones (Space Grey) at Microsoft for £263.99

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Expires on 02/05/2019Found 14th Apr
Offer valid from 00:00 GMT on 11 April 2019 to 23:59 GMT on 02 May 2019, while supplies last. Available only in Microsoft online store in United Kingdom.
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Amazing headphone. Quite detailed, good (quality) bass, detailed high's/treble. Only issue is comfort as can be irritating for some people due to too much pressure applied. A complete seal is required for fidelity, anything less, and it sounds like a £10 headphone.
Good headphones but should try them before buying, I found them too heavy so returned. Sound quality is top notch though.
Fabulous headphones, sound better than the Bose and Sony’s in the same category.
Noise cancelling is easily sufficient for flying but a tad weaker than the other 2 in this area but it’s worth it for the better sound quality.
If you want to wear glasses with your headphones I’d suggest you move on though. The seal is so critical that glasses just don’t allow these to work.
Build quality is excellent but the proximity sensors are a PITA, mine sensors do very little once the headphones get warm from wearing for long periods. I just turn the sensors off.
Headclamps ...not sure what market B&W aim for when they released headphones...they must test them on toddlers for comfort.
davidfwalsh11 m ago

Headclamps ...not sure what market B&W aim for when they released …Headclamps ...not sure what market B&W aim for when they released headphones...they must test them on toddlers for comfort.


Lol, they aren’t that tight. I admit not as comfy as Bose but no creaky plastic and a better sound so worth it in my opinion.
The sound from these is good, and they look great, but they are far more uncomfortable than the equivalent Bose/Sony/B&O and I had 2 in a row with faulty buttons.
Porka9111 h, 6 m ago

Lol, they aren’t that tight. I admit not as comfy as Bose but no creaky p …Lol, they aren’t that tight. I admit not as comfy as Bose but no creaky plastic and a better sound so worth it in my opinion.


They are if you wear them all day.
B&W best sounding headphones I've used
As said above amazing sound but might not be comfortable enough for some, I found them too heavy also
£263 for a poorly padded headset...…… u mad bro?
It does look like a solid build but if uncomfortable then try out the Sony MDR 1000M3
Decided to get it at B&W and have the peace of mind with their 60 days trial period
There’s not much between all these Bluetooth headphones apart from build quality. Even a £50 wired pair sound much better.
Bluetooth 4.1
cossy33 h, 15 m ago

There’s not much between all these Bluetooth headphones apart from build q …There’s not much between all these Bluetooth headphones apart from build quality. Even a £50 wired pair sound much better.


I'd disagree, Bluetooth headsets with AptX HD or LDAC sound as good as their wired counterparts
cossy355 m ago

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Sure, but this one does and it's clear you are mentally slow so no point discussing further
I have a bit of a problem and own multiple pairs of headphones in the same class. Soundwise these are hard to beat for a Bluetooth headset. The noise cancelling is also sufficient for flights but like all such headphones it affects the fidelity. Comfort is subjective to individual preferences, but I find these to be decent. As I fly fairly often I split my journeys between these and the Sonys.
MentalFloss1 h, 30 m ago

Sure, but this one does and it's clear you are mentally slow so no point …Sure, but this one does and it's clear you are mentally slow so no point discussing further


Doesn’t even come close to a pair of wired a fifth of this price. Fact.
Nonsense,bluetooth nearly as good as wired nowadays.
Nice OP, thanks. Heat added!

Also, for those who might have the Amex offer on their card, there's £100 cashback available on a £400 spend at Microsoft store
(https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/american-express-offer-100-cash-back-on-400-spend-at-microsoft-3213375)

If you know someone else after a pair of these, then they'd work out to around £214 each...
Edited by: "Nilzp" 14th Apr
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