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Sennheiser Momentum Over-Ear Wireless Headphones - Black £219.99 @ Amazon
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Seems to be around £280 at most places, would've picked up a pair but they only support aptX which isn't as useful for me as I have an iPhone.
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Now is also available in INVORY colour for £219 on amazon. I was waiting for this deal for long time as only black was in this great price before. I've tried to add separate post but hot uk team deleted it and redirected to this post.


With sony 1000 the problem is after ON noise cancelling they losing audio quality and people including me felt pain in ears as during diving


Yeah great price though. Loved these headphones but the earpads are too small for me. Larger than the Sennheiser PXC 550 and Sonys though I believe. These sound great, have a real punchy and crisp bass and sound. And a very luxurious and lightweight build. The headband is hard though. And some had issues with the control position, average ANC, etc. On HeadFi people seem to love the Sonys Dunno, think I'll wait for a successor to the B&W PX - although not sure if they fit me well - not tried them. Most aren't suitable for large ears.


Same price at John Lewis if anyone would prefer to test them before buying. Maybe there is a new model coming soon since they reduced the price. This one I think is 3 years old now.


PXC 550 for noise cancelling/travelling, these if you favour better sound, is what I concluded from the millions of reviews I've watched/read recently. All subjective, though. Try before you buy is your best bet. I'd go with these if I wasn't skint.

Sephia SM23 Sports Earphones Bluetooth Wireless Earphones + 12 months warranty £11.89 (Prime) / £15.88 (non Prime)  Sold by Sephia and Fulfilled by Amazon - Lightning deal
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Sweat-proof, lightweight wireless stereo Bluetooth headphones with comfortable and secure ear-fitting design Powered by British CSR Technology. Easy to pair with smartphones, tabl… Read more

Yes, I do feel annnoyed something goes in ear making it blocked. agree apple style earbud are more sensible option.


To those who's had this before, how's the sound quality and batt life ? :/


I generally used to have the same problem, but I've found with this style, with the over ear bit, they're fine, and they never fall out. Even use them for a few hours at a time sometimes, and ears don't feel any discomfort


Serious question : am I the only person who hates these little rubber in-ear things? I really don't like how they fit in my ear - it's just not comfortable... (And I have tried different sizes). Not only that, but I keep losing the rubber bits all the time... For me, I much prefer the feel of the ones that sit in your ear at an angle, like the Apple ones (although I'm not an Apple fan). Maybe I just have funny shaped ear canals?

JBL T450 Bluetooth On-Ear Wireless Headphones + Manufacturer's ​guarantee £19.99 Delivered @ Magic Vision
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
£19.99 for the T450 bt set is pretty awesome, the wired version is a little more than this in most places. They are foldable, so easy to pop in a bag without worrying about the ear… Read more
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looks a good deal cant remember a set of headphones that never hurt my ears, and no ive not got big ears its always the outside ear cartillage that gets sore eventually the plastic hinges strong ive broken a good few foldables at the swivel hinges damn out of stock now :(


Good budget Bluetooth headphone. Got mine about 6 months ago for £25 each. But it is out of stock on the link above (annoyed)


Depends how big your ears are.


Hot! But oos now..


Maybe added after your comment but it is in the title "on ear" which indicates it sits on the ear rather than "over ear" which surrounds it.

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Sephia S3 wireless headphones (come with 3.5mm audio cable for non wireless) - £8.45 (Prime) / £12.44 (non Prime) Sold by Sephia and Fulfilled by Amazon. lightning deal
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Headband style, on-ear headphones With a 40 mm driver unit and a wide frequency response Enjoy powerful bass and clear sound to bring alive every note Built in Microphone, light… Read more

£11.95 now.


These do not work with the PS4 Pro through bluetooth. You have to connect it with the included cable.


Well, they would if PS4 controller has headphone jack (dont know as use Xbox) but you wont have mute mic button, I know for an Xbox you can make any headphone work with it and give it a mute button which Microsoft sells.


Would these work with PS4 Pro?


No problem!

TaoTronics Wireless Headphones, Bluetooth 4.1 Magnetic Sweatproof Sports Earphones with CVC 6.0 Noise Cancelling and 8 hours Playtime £13.59 Prime / £17.58 Non-Prime Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Not a bad price for a pair of wireless lightweight running headphones with good reviews. They're on amazon for £15.99 but if you press promotions and select the bottom one: "Get 1… Read more

The ability to switch Audio Codeces including aptx and aptX HD is baked into Vanilla Oreo. (Unless for some weird marketing reason a manufacturer should choose to delete it). As for the P20, it is listed as aptX compatible. See here in the connectivity section. Your phone and bluetooth device should automatically select the best quality playback codec option available to both of them. However you can manually set a preferred codec hidden away Here in the Developer settings in vanilla Oreo. It may be moved in an OEM Oreo build, so check where it actually is on your phone.


Had to return mine, kept needing to pair from scratch every time I wanted to connect.


Hmmmm, I don't think that's strictly true. When buying a functional product (as opposed to a cosmetic one such as clothing, shoes etc) the majority of people aren't interested in the actual item. They are simply looking for the product that delivers the best functional bang for their buck in that price bracket. As such an alternative which offers much better performance for a negligible increase in price should be highlighted IMHO.


You must know that not every Oreo based or even the near flagship smartphones out there support aptX. Take for example the Huawei P20, no aptX support. I would however purchase aptX supported earphones to future proof in case I do get an aptX compatible phone.


Got mine today. Quite happy with them. Vastly better than the Kitsound ones I bought (and returned) last month. Comfortable, with acceptable sound quality. It'll be interesting to see what battery life is like. For £13.59, I'm pretty happy TBH. Seem comparable to wired headphones I've had in the same price bracket in the last.

Sephia S3 Wireless Headphones with Microphone £7.87 prime / £11.86 non prime Sold by Sephia and Fulfilled by Amazon - Lightning deal
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Headband style, on-ear headphones With a 40 mm driver unit and a wide frequency response Enjoy powerful bass and clear sound to bring alive every note Built in Microphone, light… Read more

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Official-Xbox-Stereo-Headset-Adapter/dp/B00I41H7US/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1523623739&sr=8-10&keywords=xbox+One+Stereo+Headset+Adapter yeah just use this


Its decent build qaulity sound isnt spectacular but wouldnt be at this price, does come with a year warranty and can be used non bluetooth with a wire which comes in the box.


Hi is this compatible with the Xbox one please thanks


It's a Bluetooth headset. I'm slightly wary of the multiple comments on poor build quality, but hey might be worth a punt at this price.


Most likely not!

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Refurbished Sony WF-1000x True Wireless Headphones £94 @ Centers direct
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
£25 cheaper than the last time they were posted and £75 cheaper than the cheapest new price. I took a chance despite the technical issues and am glad I did. Really great sound and… Read more
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Got mine from this deal today. Same issues. Not only that, but if i paused a podcast for about 5 minutes then played it again, the noise cancelling would still be active but no sound playing. Might have been unlucky with these refurbished units, but not sure the tech is fully here just yet. Trying to decide on an alternative now, might go non truly wireless.


I think it has AptX HD. And you can connect multiple devices to same connection. My LG V30 has bluetooth 5 and aptx hd.


Yep and July is correct. Still valid to share info as I'm not trying to take away anything from this offer.


Does Bluetooth 5.0 have AptX as standard?


Is the new model WF-SP700N ? They aren't due out until July.

Anker SoundBuds Slim+ Wireless Headphones, Bluetooth 4.1 Lightweight Stereo Earbuds with aptX High Resolution HD Sound £18.99 prime / £22.98 non prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
was about to buy the headphones listed previously: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bluetooth-headphones-anker-soundbuds-slim-lightweight-wireless-headphones-1599-prime-1898-non-p… Read more
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Ordered, cheers. Needed some of these for the summer. The on-ears ones will be too hot


Thanks, ordered!


I've had two pairs of Bluetooth Anker headphones, and one wireless mouse... All three failed within 3 months. On the plus side, customer service is good - just leave a negative review on Amazon and they'll come running with replacements in hand.


Macs do, android generally does. aptX is a worthwhile upgrade over SBC for users on those platforms.


Can’t really see the difference between these and the other set? iPhone doesn’t support aptx so probably could save the extra £2??

Sony h.ear on 2 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones 50% off - £99.99 @ Amazon Treasure Truck
LocalLocalFound 4th AprFound 4th Apr
Info: Sleek, black over-ear headphones with touch-sensor control. Want to give them a test listen before committing? Buy now, then come down to the Truck to experience your music … Read more

I thought they would :) Absolutely brilliant! XD


I did and my faith is restored customer support manager not only gave option of Headphones at the quoted price but gave me compensation for my trouble faith in amazon restored (angel)


Personally I would try to get them to deliver a pair instead at the lower price . A small gesture for my trouble would be a bonus.


Complain to them and you might get something :)


Customer service from amazon is crap cancelled my order and then told me it was available at Hackney only to get there and no truck Useless


Got these, paid Argos £80 brand new ,so no big deal for a tenner less second hand! Noise cancelling is ok, 6 out of 10, rest of features,sound,comfort ,quality etc,8 out of 10, not sure how punch and a bit of excitement are achieved in a pair of headphones , other than via tunes you listen to,..but hey ho..cold for me at this price and condition, hot at this price brand new.


Almost jumped on these. They have great features and build quality and the price is decent enough. However, the problem is, from the What Hi-Fi review (echoed by others): "these Sony headphones are just too smooth for their own good. They lack both punch and excitement."


Own these. They are great


These are not boxed with missing usb cable. Essentially used

Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II - Black £159 @ Peter tyson
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II - Black 2 year warranty

£179 now, expired


They are great headphones - I bought them last year for £164 - just sold them for £80


How they compare to KOSS Porta Pro?


Just done this and JL have already price matched (on a bank holiday too - great customer service) so thank you for the tip. Much prefer to purchase from a company like JL...


Great idea. Thanks

Bluetooth Headphones, Anker SoundBuds Slim Lightweight Wireless Headphones £15.99 Prime £18.98 Non Prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Heavily discounted, decent reviews for those who missed on the Bose deal last week

I’d probably say comfort to be honest. Sits in the ear better. But I suppose as a result the sound seems better


What is the difference? Sound or comfort?


poor sound quality and fall out of my ears for fun


Gutted at least another few days. I will let u know.


Thanks mate.

Jaybird X3 Wireless Headphones; Green - £51.97 @ Amazon
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Lowest I've ever seen these. Only available at this price in green. Dispatched and sold by Amazon

I have Jaybird Freedoms and the lack of AptX isn't an issue, they are still a stunning set of earphones.


:( ah man! ... looks like deal is over. Saw these too late.. Green was my fav colour out the lot too.


Good job they have a 2 year warranty then !!


Running, various stuff at the gym. I didn’t find them very sweat proof. I got about 6 weeks of use out of each pair


Are these an upgrade on Beats X? I’m happy with the ones I have but I’m sick of replacing the ear tips (annoyed)

Philips Audio Flite Wireless On-Ear Wireless Headphones (black, white is £2 more) @ AO (free delivery/ C&C)
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Also available for the same price from Boots (Kitchen Appliances) :) Key Features On-ear headphones for great comfort Bluetooth connectivity with a 9 hour battery life No… Read more

Thank you. Ordered. Get them next Friday with free Delivery. Heat added.


Lower impedance on headphones means usually easier to drive, so can deliver higher volumes and cleaner sound.


Comparison of specs of the ones I bought (bottom) vs the £17 ones (top) Apart from battery life and weight (13 hours expensive vs 9 hours cheaper) The impedance is 24ohm on cheaper vs 32 on more expensive Anyone know what that means in layman terms? specs of the cheaper ones: https://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/SHB4405BK_00/flite-wireless-bluetooth-headphones/specifications Acoustic systemClosed Magnet typeNeodymium Impedance24 Ohm Speaker diameter32 mm Frequency range9 - 22 000 Hz Maximum power input40 mW Sensitivity103 dB DiaphragmPET specs of the ones I bought https://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/SHB4805DC_00/flite-wireless-bluetooth-headphones/specifications Acoustic systemClosed Magnet typeNeodymium Impedance32 Ohm Speaker diameter32 mm Frequency range9 - 22 000 Hz Maximum power input40 mW Sensitivity103 dB DiaphragmPET


Looks like amazon is price matching! In which case ordering for my son as like their delivery options to doddle Philips Flite Ultrlite SHB4405BK Bluetooh headphones Wireless with Mic, Ultralight, 9 hours playtime, Remote Control, Foldable - Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LWJ6EB7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_F7QVAb61SMM2E


I got the more expensive ones recently from amazon warehouse 20% off deal recently. Got 32 quid vs rrp of 60. These are cheaper and have lower battery life but cannot say what other difference is. The expensive ones were really light and sounded good for the brief time I tested Philips Flite Everlite SHB4805DC Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Mic, Remote Control, Foldable - Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B073FN511B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_r3QVAb4KBYC0P Was very impressed how light for full over ear

Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT (Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and aptx ) £84.99 @ Amazon
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
In the market for over ear wireless headphones. Put these on my wishlist and track on camelcamelcamel. Lowest price recorded. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Sennheiser-HD-4-40-B… Read more

Thanks for the input guys. Ill expire it now as its back up to £90


In what way?


Yep, I got the AKG Y50BT's and think they sound pretty bad (very bassy, not very flat) and VERY uncomfortable being on ears.


I have the 4.50 BTNC and the sound quality isn't great


agreed each to their own

Huawei P20 128GB Black with  4gb data, Unlimited minutes & texts using BIG50 and  Claim FREE Bose Wireless Headphones as well at Mobiles.co.uk - Term £701
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
24 * 24 = 576 & £125 upfront using BIG50 Code which equates to £701 Cheapest I have seen for a 4gb data plan
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I wondered this too. I took up the Samsung S8/Harman Kardon speaker offer in January and it took them till about a week ago to get the speaker to me. I ended up ringing a month after they promised delivery and they said no stock(no email to tell me this), i then emailed and the said they'd check and get back to me, never did. In the end i complained and one arrived 24 hours later. Hope everyone who takes up the deal gets their headphones but it's made me wary for anything like this in future.


My guess is they have projected how many they believe they will sell in the week leading up to the cut off date and order that amount of headphones. I'm guessing there will only be a shortage if sales are vastly greater than the projection. Just fill out your claim form on day one of it opening and you should be sweet.


I just got the pro, same deal but retention, £32 a month and £40 upfront


I tried to get an S7 from mobiles.co.uk with the free gear watch, they sent the phone and told me that the watch wasn't included, turns out they just tried to keep the watch, Samsung sorted it out and I got a watch and wireless earbuds, so be careful.


I wonder how many pairs of headphones they have available. The fact that the free headphones offer is ‘subject to availability’ would worry me. £700 for the phone without the headphones isn’t a particularly good deal

Huawei P20 Pro (and free BOSE QC35 wireless headphones) - £23 per month, £235 upfront on Vodafone @ mobiles.co.uk
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Use code edenred15 to bring the upfront cost down to £235 from £250. 24 month contract, 4gb data, unlimited mins and sms. Pre-order your new Huawei P20 or P20 Pro between 27th M… Read more
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Still not been able to get a proof of preorder from 3 (ordered direct). My dad has submitted what 3 has given, and hoping that will be good enough


they have asked me to resubmit but i cant see a confirm button can anyone help ??


Think I must have just got someone who missed something they needed. All good now though.


I just printed the invoice to pdf and did the same for the emailed order confirmation. I submitted yesterday morning and received the approval late last night :)


I used snipping tool to make a screenshot and have uploaded it to claim my headphones, they accept jpeg so it should be fine and pdf I am guessing is if you get the orginal item which you can download from mobiles.co.uk but I could not download it as well so just took a screenshot.

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