Feel like splurging on a top-rated noise-canceling headphone? Here’s your chance to do that without breaking the splurge bank: For a limited time, and while supplies last, eBay seller Secondipity has the refurbished. That matches the lowest price we’ve seen.
Until thecame along, the WH-1000XM3 was CNET’s top noise-canceling headphone. It had a list price of $350 and still sells for that at some stores.
Everything you need to know about it can be found in CNET’s, which concludes thusly: “With its comfortable fit and superb performance, the Sony WH-1000XM3 is the noise-canceling headphone to beat.” (Again, that predates the newer model, but you get the idea.)
Not sure you want a refurbished headphone? This should put your mind at ease: “This item has been refurbished by the manufacturer or an approved refurbisher. The product functions like new and shows minimal if any, signs of wear. All standard accessories included.”
Meanwhile, Secondipity backs it with a two-year (!) warranty from Allstate, so you’re totally covered in case if failure.
But if you’re not comfortable going the refurb route or you just want retail packaging, here’s a nearly-as-good deal: Focus Camera has thewith discount code BDTHANKS.
So for $20 more, you get the headphone brand new — and still save $150 over the original price. Honestly, it’s a tough call.
Originally published last year. Updated to reflect new sale price and availability.
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