Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - £250.09 @ Amazon
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Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - £250.09 @ Amazon

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Posted 8th Nov
Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones with 30 Hours Battery Life, Quick Charge, Gesture Control, Ambient Sound Mode, Amazon Alexa - Black

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Sony WH-1000XM3 | Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones
Noise cancellation
Industry-leading noise cancellation from Sony
The new QN1 processor adds an even higher frequency range to the noise cancellation on the 1000XM3

Noise cancellation
Battery life
Quick charge
Quick attention mode
Voice assistant
Touch controls
Intuitive touch controls and tap-to-talk functionality for a seamless, easy-to-use experience

The QN1 processor explained
The QN1 processor explained
Why the noise cancelling just got even better
Thanks to the HD Noise Cancelling Processor QN1, the WH-1000XM3 headphones boast the best noise-cancelling on any of our headphones - they pick up a wider range of frequencies and cancel more noise especially from 'daily noise' you experience when out and about and commuting

High-res audio
Music as the artist intended
Hear music that sounds true to the original recording with more detail and clarity

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59 Comments
Before some post complain post about broken firmware, you can easily downgrade firmware from 4.x to 2.0.
Seems like it's been at this price (on Amazon) for some time. I've personally been keeping an eye on it for a few days now.
Edited by: "mu1" 8th Nov
mu108/11/2019 21:04

Seems like it's been at this price for some time. I've personally been …Seems like it's been at this price for some time. I've personally been keeping an eye on it for a few days now.


They're under £200 on eGlobal right now. Cold.
Mike_HUKD08/11/2019 21:08

They're under £200 on eGlobal right now. Cold.


I'd rather go for reputable eBay sellers than eGlobal. This is definitely cold though.

Edit: sorry, I understand why you said that. I meant that the price at Amazon has been the same for a while now. MB.
Edited by: "mu1" 8th Nov
mu108/11/2019 21:04

Seems like it's been at this price for some time. I've personally been …Seems like it's been at this price for some time. I've personally been keeping an eye on it for a few days now.


I'm waiting for black friday personally. I think these will be on offer a bit more. Been wanting to get them just never been a right price and warranty etc.
mu108/11/2019 21:08

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Wouldn't that be plus VAT
General_Chuddy08/11/2019 21:10

I'm waiting for black friday personally. I think these will be on offer a …I'm waiting for black friday personally. I think these will be on offer a bit more. Been wanting to get them just never been a right price and warranty etc.


Amazon return policy is generous - you can send them back before 31 Jan, which is what I'll be doing if a much better price comes along.
onamission10008/11/2019 21:22

Wouldn't that be plus VAT


That makes sense. I don't shop at Costco. Strange that they'd keep the American pre vat prices even here.
ToyPunky08/11/2019 21:39

Amazon return policy is generous - you can send them back before 31 Jan, …Amazon return policy is generous - you can send them back before 31 Jan, which is what I'll be doing if a much better price comes along.


Interesting....is that even after using them? Also what's the warranty on amazon?
General_Chuddy08/11/2019 21:41

Interesting....is that even after using them? Also what's the warranty on …Interesting....is that even after using them? Also what's the warranty on amazon?


There is 2 years warranty from Sony.
ToyPunky08/11/2019 21:39

Amazon return policy is generous - you can send them back before 31 Jan, …Amazon return policy is generous - you can send them back before 31 Jan, which is what I'll be doing if a much better price comes along.


You're supposed to return in the condition you receive them in. If you use them for a couple of months and return that's pretty poor.
General_Chuddy08/11/2019 21:41

Interesting....is that even after using them? Also what's the warranty on …Interesting....is that even after using them? Also what's the warranty on amazon?


38938265-e4OgB.jpg38938265-HO8sL.jpgStandard Sony 1yr warranty
adrianw08/11/2019 21:44

There is 2 years warranty from Sony.


Is there? I thought only 1 for headphones. Do you have a link pls.
Mike_HUKD08/11/2019 21:46

You're supposed to return in the condition you receive them in. If you use …You're supposed to return in the condition you receive them in. If you use them for a couple of months and return that's pretty poor.


I agree. Send the new ones back.
ToyPunky08/11/2019 21:48

Is there? I thought only 1 for headphones. Do you have a link pls.


You can Google it. Every product has serial number so if something is wrong you can contact Sony customer service and they will organise free postage under warranty. I have used the service many times.
I'm actually better tempted to go for a CEX A grade one of these, they also have a2 year warranty but can be found a little cheaper especially if you trade in something.
adrianw08/11/2019 21:55

You can Google it. Every product has serial number so if something is …You can Google it. Every product has serial number so if something is wrong you can contact Sony customer service and they will organise free postage under warranty. I have used the service many times.


I did Google it, hence my query:
"In general, Sony offers a standard 1 year guarantee that covers almost all Sony products"
mu108/11/2019 21:08

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Nothing conflicting about it. It is £199 before VAT.
Mike_HUKD08/11/2019 21:46

You're supposed to return in the condition you receive them in. If you use …You're supposed to return in the condition you receive them in. If you use them for a couple of months and return that's pretty poor.


Heh, I'm pretty sure Amazon's tax policy is whatever the law allows, not what's right, so I'd just do whatever the law says regarding returns too and be done with it. It's a race to the bottom and I want to win!
Edited by: "alex16" 8th Nov
merb078608/11/2019 22:06

Nothing conflicting about it. It is £199 before VAT.


Thank you, but it's already been mentioned.
alex1608/11/2019 22:14

Heh, I'm pretty sure Amazon's tax policy is whatever the law allows, not …Heh, I'm pretty sure Amazon's tax policy is whatever the law allows, not what's right, so I'd just do whatever the law says regarding returns too and be done with it. It's a race to the bottom and I want to win!



Do you volunteer to pay extra taxes? Just wondering.
Mike_HUKD08/11/2019 22:23

Do you volunteer to pay extra taxes? Just wondering.


Do you not return stuff you're legally entitled to because it might not be fair to a company run by one of the richest men in the world?
alex1608/11/2019 22:25

Do you not return stuff you're legally entitled to because it might not be …Do you not return stuff you're legally entitled to because it might not be fair to a company run by one of the richest men in the world?


Where did I say that? I am happy to use my right of return. I just don’t think using an item for months then returning because inevitably the price goes down is reasonable.

You must have missed my question.
alex1608/11/2019 22:14

Heh, I'm pretty sure Amazon's tax policy is whatever the law allows, not …Heh, I'm pretty sure Amazon's tax policy is whatever the law allows, not what's right, so I'd just do whatever the law says regarding returns too and be done with it. It's a race to the bottom and I want to win!


Amazon's return policy is based on the fact that it doesn't have display models. If you fully know what it looks likes and feels like, but want to return for other reasons (other than a faulty product), you're really are misusing the returns policy. You say it as if the costs will be lumped on to Jeff himself. That's not how businesses work. Amazon will increase or decrease the price of their products based on loss through returns and operating costs. What you're really doing, is shafting the other customers who use the Amazon's fair return policy for genuine reasons. If the numbers suggest that people are abusing it too much, you can expect more difficult means of return. I have only needed to return an item once, and I'm so glad it was an easy process. Please don't ruin it for us.
ToyPunky08/11/2019 21:39

Amazon return policy is generous - you can send them back before 31 Jan, …Amazon return policy is generous - you can send them back before 31 Jan, which is what I'll be doing if a much better price comes along.


Disgusting attitude.
Mine recently failed, sent back to Sony. They failed after charging with a USB power bank, not sure if that's the problem.
Mike_HUKD08/11/2019 22:23

Do you volunteer to pay extra taxes? Just wondering.


If they earn billions like Jeff Bezos it's not impossible. Asking that question of the average working PERSON in comparison to a multi billion corporation is plain stupid IMO.
anewman08/11/2019 23:34

If they earn billions like Jeff Bezos it's not impossible. Asking that …If they earn billions like Jeff Bezos it's not impossible. Asking that question of the average working PERSON in comparison to a multi billion corporation is plain stupid IMO.


How about a multi billion corporation that is required by law to act in the interest of it's shareholders?
It's very easy to point at success and shoot it down.
anewman08/11/2019 23:34

If they earn billions like Jeff Bezos it's not impossible. Asking that …If they earn billions like Jeff Bezos it's not impossible. Asking that question of the average working PERSON in comparison to a multi billion corporation is plain stupid IMO.



It makes me laugh that these companies fall back on the response that they have lots of employees and lots of tax is generated through the employees paying tax through paye,so that's alright then,lets just let the workers pay the tax and take the credit for it
Didnt mean for my query to be escalated like this
Amazon are doing £50 a month instalment if your prime member 0% interest
Admast7908/11/2019 21:03

Before some post complain post about broken firmware, you can easily …Before some post complain post about broken firmware, you can easily downgrade firmware from 4.x to 2.0.


Is it easy to do? Is this still an issue? I am still running the original firmware mine shipped with. It keeps pushing me to update but I keep seeing comments like this do I don’t. Surely Sony must have resolved the issue by now? It’s been a negative comment for ages now.
Admast7908/11/2019 21:03

Before some post complain post about broken firmware, you can easily …Before some post complain post about broken firmware, you can easily downgrade firmware from 4.x to 2.0.


Please post the ""EASY''' way to downgrade
Mike_HUKD08/11/2019 23:37

How about a multi billion corporation that is required by law to act in …How about a multi billion corporation that is required by law to act in the interest of it's shareholders? It's very easy to point at success and shoot it down.


Required by law? No, that's not true. I know it's one of those things people say.

You seem to be pretending that a single individual and a large company are in some way similar and should do similar things for the same reason, so that when someone uses the law to their advantage it's like they're taking advantage of a single person who'll lose out personally because of that action. I can't understand why you'd think that way given that a person and a company are so completely different. Probably makes sense to you though. Tell you what, you stick with your faulty goods you could return for a full refund but you don't want to hurt Amazon's feelings and I'll do whatever's best for me.
alex1609/11/2019 09:30

Required by law? No, that's not true. I know it's one of those things …Required by law? No, that's not true. I know it's one of those things people say. You seem to be pretending that a single individual and a large company are in some way similar and should do similar things for the same reason, so that when someone uses the law to their advantage it's like they're taking advantage of a single person who'll lose out personally because of that action. I can't understand why you'd think that way given that a person and a company are so completely different. Probably makes sense to you though. Tell you what, you stick with your faulty goods you could return for a full refund but you don't want to hurt Amazon's feelings and I'll do whatever's best for me.


Buddy what are you taking about? It absolutely is the law for a company to operate in the best interest of shareholders, not a “thing people say”.

At no point have I remotely suggested there’s anything wrong with returning faulty goods. You’re just making things up as you go...
Sloman09/11/2019 12:36

£239.99 with VAT


Thank you, but as I've said to someone else before, it's been discussed already. Just going to delete the comment at this point.
Mike_HUKD08/11/2019 21:08

They're under £200 on eGlobal right now. Cold.


If you want to receive broken ones yes. And they refuse to pay the shipment to return.
Felipe.Lopes09/11/2019 13:03

If you want to receive broken ones yes. And they refuse to pay the …If you want to receive broken ones yes. And they refuse to pay the shipment to return.


They are the exact same product in a sealed box. Why would you assume they would be broken? Mine that I bought months ago under £200 have been perfect. If you buy via credit card you’ll have all the protection you need. Every thread it’s the same nonsense - if you want to pay £50 extra for Amazon customer service then you’re welcome to, but don’t fool yourself into thinking it’s a good deal.
Mike_HUKD09/11/2019 13:07

They are the exact same product in a sealed box. Why would you assume they …They are the exact same product in a sealed box. Why would you assume they would be broken? Mine that I bought months ago under £200 have been perfect. If you buy via credit card you’ll have all the protection you need. Every thread it’s the same nonsense - if you want to pay £50 extra for Amazon customer service then you’re welcome to, but don’t fool yourself into thinking it’s a good deal.


I bought using PayPal and PayPal said I need to send it back by my own cost even if the product came faulty!!! eGlobal is perfect until you have issues. They should be banned!
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