Sony MDR-1000X Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones £265 @ John Lewis - Westfields Stratford, London
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Sony MDR-1000X Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones £265 @ John Lewis - Westfields Stratford, London

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Found 19th Jan
John Lewis Westfields Stratford, London

In store markdown

Price reduction from RRP £329 down to £265 - possibly the lowest price seen

Appears to be limited to a small number of sets

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Amazing price, esp with jl warranty. Sadly I'm the opposite end of the country and skint!

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better than bose QC?

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a mate has these, they r amazing

Surely divorce is the best solution for noise cancelling?
Granted it's a little more expensive than this, but you'll never need to claim on the warranty.

Same price as Gatwick Dixons duty free.

Fantastic headphones! Thought that I couldn't justify the price, but after listening to them in Curry's, I'd say that they're better than the Bose QC35. I don't regret buying these at all. Battery life is about 20 hours, as advertised and the noise cancellation is best in class.

Heat from me!

How long before a Bluetooth5 version is out though?

I want these.....a lot......but still too much wonga...

I just spoke to John Lewis Stratford and they have confirmed the price is £329 and there hasn't been any price drop. They have stock on the floor and on display. I got him to double check and he confirmed once again.
Edited by: "hadyanth" 20th Jan

Amazing Headphones. Probably the best wireless with NC in my opinion. Great price.

Tempting. Expensive.

hadyanth

I just spoke to John Lewis Stratford and they have confirmed the price is … I just spoke to John Lewis Stratford and they have confirmed the price is £329 and there hasn't been any price drop. They have stock on the floor and on display. I got him to double check and he confirmed once again.



Thanks for sharing. That's that idea written off then

maximoshark

Tempting. Expensive. Thanks for sharing. That's that idea written off then



So was that posted for a wild goose chase then? Would have been such a waste to travel there pay parking fee only to find its cost the same as everywhere else?

Thanks for sharing!

If it's of any interest, I called Dixons travel and it's £279. Heathrow branches have loads of stock apparently.

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hadyanth

I just spoke to John Lewis Stratford and they have confirmed the price is … I just spoke to John Lewis Stratford and they have confirmed the price is £329 and there hasn't been any price drop. They have stock on the floor and on display. I got him to double check and he confirmed once again.



Well I got them for £265 at Stratford and, as you can see in the photo, there were several other sets at that price. Please don't suggest I'm not telling the truth because you spoke to someone over the phone.

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hr08

So was that posted for a wild goose chase then? Would have been such a … So was that posted for a wild goose chase then? Would have been such a waste to travel there pay parking fee only to find its cost the same as everywhere else?Thanks for sharing!


Not at all. I took a picture! They had sets marked down to £265. I bought a pair and wanted to share. Why would anyone make up a deal.

It's likely these are customer returns being sold as part of the clearance sale. Not that there's anything wrong with that, great price for these!

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All gone as of today. Glad some people grabbed an absolute bargain!

dav1dk1ng

Well I got them for £265 at Stratford and, as you can see in the photo, … Well I got them for £265 at Stratford and, as you can see in the photo, there were several other sets at that price. Please don't suggest I'm not telling the truth because you spoke to someone over the phone.



​I can't see where I suggested anything, I simply reiterated what the chap told me over the phone.

Always worth asking in-store if anyone is passing by. There were none on display, but they had one pair marked down to £285 out the back.
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