Philips Wireless Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones £39.99 at Argos
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Philips Wireless Noise-Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones £39.99 at Argos

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Found 15th Apr 2017
was looking for new wireless headphones n came across this.

Was £69.99 NOW £39.99...save £30

Fade out the background noise with these wireless headphones. Carry on using noise cancellation even when the batteries run out, simply plug in the audio cable. NFC pairing lets you connect your Bluetooth headphones with just a single touch. Connect your Apple and Android devices, use Siri and Google Now and make calls hands free, simply press the call button on the ear cup.
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Cold. At only £43960 more, I got much better sound quality with my Sennheiser Orpheus cans. No noise cancelling, but I don't need that because I pay people around me not to make noise.
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Good find, thanks
They were £24.99 a few months ago - I and a number of others bought them then!
I bought these for £69.99 from Argos as I needed some replacement headphones that day for a long trip. I felt that they were worth it at that price. The sound quality is ok, I've never had them disconnect and they have quite a long battery. Absolute steal for £39.99!
Edited by: "r_wilcockson" 16th Apr 2017
For a little more money get the jabra move from amazon..... They wipe the floor with most headphones under £100
I got these on black Friday for £25 from Argos. I only use them for watching the TV but I love them. Sound good, never disconnect and a long battery.

If I had to nit pick I'd have to say I don't like the noise. and by that I don't mean static noise I mean the physical noise of the rubbing and rustling on my head. But not everyone will notice it.
I too bought a set for £25 and they are brilliant, well worth the money. Wish I bought 2 sets at the time, although still a good buy at £39.99
ashtad

For a little more money get the jabra move from amazon..... They wipe the … For a little more money get the jabra move from amazon..... They wipe the floor with most headphones under £100


but these have noise cancelling.. Jabra don't.
Purchased for £39.99 (might get £10 off if Quidco get the finger out) 3 months ago. Surprisingly good for the money, tested on a flight recently, happily recommend.
Took these back , didn't like the button set up , look way to cheap and small , not comfortable , way too much movement in the ear pads , sound is good, though not that impressed with the noise cancelling feature . I payed a little bit more and got the Skull Candy ones which in my opinion are far superior in every way .
jeffjack

but these have noise cancelling.. Jabra don't.


Even without the noise cancelling they still sound 100% better
Edited by: "ashtad" 16th Apr 2017
damadgeruk

Purchased for £39.99 (might get £10 off if Quidco get the finger out) 3 m … Purchased for £39.99 (might get £10 off if Quidco get the finger out) 3 months ago. Surprisingly good for the money, tested on a flight recently, happily recommend.


Still waiting for the cashback on mine too (bought on Black Friday)!
How good to use on a plane?
Cold. At only £43960 more, I got much better sound quality with my Sennheiser Orpheus cans. No noise cancelling, but I don't need that because I pay people around me not to make noise.
Ben2402

How good to use on a plane?



Just used mine on flights to the states and back. The noise cancelling is excellent for flight noise in particular and the long battery meant no charging issues. They also come with a standard headphone wire so you can use hem wired instead of wireless. Been really impressed with these headphones, would recommend.
ashtad

Even without the noise cancelling they still sound 100% better



But don't cancel noise.
where is my cashback from septembers purchase? quidco is cr*p!!!!
danflorin3

where is my cashback from septembers purchase? quidco is cr*p!!!!


Just received mine, took a fair bit of prodding though.
I bought these during Black Friday and they are a cracking headset. Fully recommend!

The button on it activates Google now.
Edited by: "diamondpaul" 17th Apr 2017
Same price at currys
How do you connect these to a TV?
got these for £25... which I think was a great price.... £39 not so much. They are quite good, solid sound, good noise cancellation, but base is minimal. Battery life is really good, and they can connect to two devices at once.
Budden

How do you connect these to a TV?



You will need a Bluetooth transmitter which you can plug in to the headphone socket on your TV.
chubbyfunster

Same price at currys


The price at Currys is £89.99, the non-noise cancelling one is £39.99
I purchased these last time they were on offer, seemed like a steal for a wireless headset. Saying that I can not recommend these, the noise cancelling is pointless; it may aswell not be present. But my biggest gripe.. the sound is so flat. Very comparable to your 15/20gbp wired headphones.

I did however fall in love with wireless and ended up buying a better pair of bluetooth headphones (sony mdr-xb950bt). But then again they are more than double the price.
has been sold for £34.99 at argos, I had to take mine back as they were so painful to wear. the sound was ok and the Noise cancellation was ok but the button placement was very strange and they felt cheap, very plasticy and brittle.

the clamping force was too much for me and gave me a pressure headache.
tomwatts

They were £24.99 a few months ago - I and a number of others bought them … They were £24.99 a few months ago - I and a number of others bought them then!



MrDB

I got these on black Friday for £25 from Argos. I only use them for … I got these on black Friday for £25 from Argos. I only use them for watching the TV but I love them. Sound good, never disconnect and a long battery.If I had to nit pick I'd have to say I don't like the noise. and by that I don't mean static noise I mean the physical noise of the rubbing and rustling on my head. But not everyone will notice it.



bb11

I too bought a set for £25 and they are brilliant, well worth the money. … I too bought a set for £25 and they are brilliant, well worth the money. Wish I bought 2 sets at the time, although still a good buy at £39.99



iRomek

got these for £25... which I think was a great price.... £39 not so much. … got these for £25... which I think was a great price.... £39 not so much. They are quite good, solid sound, good noise cancellation, but base is minimal. Battery life is really good, and they can connect to two devices at once.

No you didn't.

You paid £34.99. That's the cheapest they've ever been. And got the chance of £10 Quidco cashback.

Of which many are still waiting, as evidenced above.
Thanks OP I had been looking for these to drop for a few months since the last price drop to £39.99 and the extra running bluetooth buds. Got mine today!

plebbygiraffe

No you didn't.You paid £34.99. That's the cheapest they've ever been. And … No you didn't.You paid £34.99. That's the cheapest they've ever been. And got the chance of £10 Quidco cashback.Of which many are still waiting, as evidenced above.



You are correct, I thought £25 seemed cheap but yes I was factoring in the £10 Quidco, which yes I am still waiting for!

I bought it at £25 and had it returned after. I don't like how the headphone pressed on my ears. The sound quality is decent but my ears were sore after wearing it for a period of time. Noise-cancelling is negligible. Got a pair of over-ears headphones instead.
Whats the difference between these & Philips SHB8750NC Wireless On-Ear Headphones. - http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6258131

Bought these last week. Are they just a different colour?

Edited by: "joshpelv" 17th Apr 2017
No microphone
Heat, bought for £35 before but well worth £40
Are these on-ear or over-ear?
Budden

How do you connect these to a TV?



If you have fire tv stick they can connect to that
tomwatts

They were £24.99 a few months ago - I and a number of others bought them … They were £24.99 a few months ago - I and a number of others bought them then!

MrDB

I got these on black Friday for £25 from Argos. I only use them for … I got these on black Friday for £25 from Argos. I only use them for watching the TV but I love them. Sound good, never disconnect and a long battery.If I had to nit pick I'd have to say I don't like the noise. and by that I don't mean static noise I mean the physical noise of the rubbing and rustling on my head. But not everyone will notice it.

bb11

I too bought a set for £25 and they are brilliant, well worth the money. … I too bought a set for £25 and they are brilliant, well worth the money. Wish I bought 2 sets at the time, although still a good buy at £39.99

iRomek

got these for £25... which I think was a great price.... £39 not so much. … got these for £25... which I think was a great price.... £39 not so much. They are quite good, solid sound, good noise cancellation, but base is minimal. Battery life is really good, and they can connect to two devices at once.



​ok calm down.
sam_of_london

No microphone


Sam, which ones have the microphone?
Lots of them. Tkmaxx and Amazon are full of them
sam_of_london

No microphone


Yes they have, I own a pair though that info was available with one click. Why guess?
pajo16

Sam, which ones have the microphone?


Probably best not to ASSuME Sam knows what he is talking about. These have microphone for hands free calls.
winko89

Are these on-ear or over-ear?


On, unless you have particularly small ears. They are fairly large though, I prefer over though I like these, comfortable for me.
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