We haven't exactly been subtle about our love for Sony's 1000XM3 headphones here at Gizmodo. Both the U.S. and Aussie teams alike froth them because of its ridiculous sound and noise cancelling capabilities, quick charge USB-C and just how damn comfy they are.
And now you can get them for under $300.
I was really excited when Sony's 1000XM3 headphones showed up on my desk last year. I was a big fan of the M2s and was curious about what improvements could be made to such high quality cans, especially when the price on the previous gen were still consistently high. Some shops were even still selling them at the same price. After living with these for the past few months, I have some opinions.
The MX3's still can still retail for over $500, though you are starting to see them around the $350 mark. As of Friday November 29 at 8:59am AEDT Amazon the site will be dropping the price to just $289.
However, if you're not at Amazon Prime customer you'll need to wait until 9:29am AEDT to pick up the deal.
Cans this good are absolutely worth it in my humble opinion. I still use them daily for work and commuting, and they're always in my carry-on for long haul flights. These things are hot.
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