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Save 68%! Philips Fidelio headphones crash to £84 for Prime Day

Save 68%! Philips Fidelio X2HR High Resolution Headphones crash to £84 at Amazon
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Some deals need no fanfare, so we're just going to spit it out: save a crazy 68% off Philips Fidelio X2HR headphones at Amazon (opens in new tab) today. The Prime Day price drop means these classy cans (RRP £266) are now only £84! That's a record-low price.

Far from being just another audio product balancing precariously atop the deals pile, the Fidelio X2HR boast 50mm drivers, deluxe memory-foam ear pads and double-layered, open-backed ear cups engineered for sound precision and a luxurious feel.

Don't miss the chance to score £182 off (opens in new tab) Fidelio X2HR RRP...

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Philips Fidelio X2HR headphones £266 £84 at Amazon (save £182) (opens in new tab)
They've got double-layered ear shells, 50mm-diameter drivers, deluxe memory-foam ear pads for comfortable home listening, and – for the next 10 days only – a stonking 68% discount thanks to Amazon Prime Day 2022! 

There's a dedicated cable-management clip for tangle-free operation when cueing up your hi-res audio files, and they've even included a 3.5-6.3mm adapter. This wired over-ear model actually launched in 2017, but it still holds its own in today's market – especially at this price. 

We've not been 12 rounds with this particular pair of Philips headphones, but we did review – and award five stars to – the virtually identical Philips Fidelio X2 which we praised for their "smooth, neutral sound, taut, punchy bass and good insight" along with "unrivalled comfort and an eye-catching design to boot". 

With only a short time to take Amazon up on its Prime Day offer (or while stocks last) you'd better get to steppin' if you want in on the action. Our advice? At £84 (opens in new tab), it would be rude not to...

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Tom Bailey

Tom is a journalist, copywriter and content designer based in the UK. He has written articles for T3, ShortList, The Sun, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Telegraph, Elle Deco, The Sunday Times, Men's Health, Mr Porter, Oracle and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include mobile technology, electric vehicles and video streaming.