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, Amazon has the refurbished. That matches the lowest price ever we’ve seen on these headphones.
The WH-1000XM3 is CNET’s top noise-canceling headphone and has held that crown for a while. It has a list price of $350 and frequently goes on sale for $300; a few stores have it for $278 right now.
Not sure you want a refurbished headphone? Amazon promises that the Sony “looks and works like new,” having been “professionally tested and inspected.” The only real catch is that you get a 90-day warranty instead of one year. (However, you can actually get a full refund after 90 days if you’re not satisfied, if you’d prefer that to a replacement.)
Everything you need to know about this item can be found in CNET’s. David Carnoy’s conclusion: “With its comfortable fit and superb performance, the Sony WH-1000XM3 is the noise-canceling headphone to beat.”
And this is the deal to beat, at least right now.
Originally published earlier this year. Updated to reflect new sale price and availability.
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