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Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - Silver £198.54 @ eGlobal Central UK
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Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - Silver £198.54 @ eGlobal Central UK

£198.54£208.995%eGlobal Central Deals
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Posted 30th Sep

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Usual caveat of being through eGlobal Central... but a good price if willing to take the punt.

Edit: New customer code won't work with this.
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I bought these from eGlobal a few weeks ago and have had an issue with them not pairing after a few days of use. Warranty returns are done through Sony and not eGlobal and I was not hit with a customs charge on delivery as I believe they are UK stock.
I have only just sent them away so I am yet to find out if they will honor the warranty with my paypal receipt but according to their website they will. But I can post here again once I find out.

EDIT: Update on the repair. The paypal receipt was honored and the repairs were all done by Sony in the UK free of charge. Not the quickest repair though so the option of swapping them for a replacement pair would have been nice. I would definitely recommend paying with PayPal when buying from eglobal as I could see Sony being a bit funny about a dodgy receipt.
Edited by: "pococse" 7th Oct
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Brace yourself for the negative comments about warranty, etc etc etc etc.

People don't seem to understand that the uk prices are more expensive, and part of that extra expense is due to sellers/manufacturers having to include a compulsory warranty. You get nothing for free!

So buy this, and insure it yourself. or take the risk.
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 30th Sep
I bought these from eGlobal a few weeks ago and have had an issue with them not pairing after a few days of use. Warranty returns are done through Sony and not eGlobal and I was not hit with a customs charge on delivery as I believe they are UK stock.
I have only just sent them away so I am yet to find out if they will honor the warranty with my paypal receipt but according to their website they will. But I can post here again once I find out.

EDIT: Update on the repair. The paypal receipt was honored and the repairs were all done by Sony in the UK free of charge. Not the quickest repair though so the option of swapping them for a replacement pair would have been nice. I would definitely recommend paying with PayPal when buying from eglobal as I could see Sony being a bit funny about a dodgy receipt.
Edited by: "pococse" 7th Oct
If you’re not sure, just buy them. These headphones are top notch, zero regrets.
How long do these take to deliver? Going on holiday next week Monday - will they arrive by then?
£249 on Amazon, might be worth the extra for piece of mind?
stop advertising grey imports; you won't be able to buy 5 year warranty on your headset for ridiculous £17.99; I dare to say, only a silly person would go for it :P
Anyone know if these, paired with an iPhone XR through Bluetooth, would be good for Amazon Music HD? Some of the reports I have been reading online say that you need high spec headphones to tell the difference between standard Amazon music and HD.
I bought a pair of these from eglobal, unfortunately the audio is in Chinese (I think) - can't seem to change it with the app / software either. Aside from this they're great headphones.
Heat for price/colour combo
-tech-guy-30/09/2019 19:39

How long do these take to deliver? Going on holiday next week Monday - …How long do these take to deliver? Going on holiday next week Monday - will they arrive by then?


no, they won't arrive so soon
If these were black I would jump
I had these and they are excellent but swapped to the wf1000xm3 because these do make your ears sweat however sound amazing.
TonyFresco30/09/2019 20:31

Anyone know if these, paired with an iPhone XR through Bluetooth, would be …Anyone know if these, paired with an iPhone XR through Bluetooth, would be good for Amazon Music HD? Some of the reports I have been reading online say that you need high spec headphones to tell the difference between standard Amazon music and HD.


Looks like Amazon Music HD offers FLAC, which will sound better than standard Amazon Music on these but Bluetooth isn't on the same level as enthusiast level headphones, so you probably won't hear enough of a difference in quality to warrant paying the extra for AM HD, or these headphones if you already have a decent set.
Anyone used Toby deals? Black are £203 right now
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