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Cyber Monday Bowers & Wilkins: save up to £170 on B&W wireless headphones

Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Cyber Monday deal
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If you're looking for a Cyber Monday wireless headphones deal on a set of premium wireless noise-cancelling headphones or a wireless pair of sports headphones, B&W has three great options for you. 

You can save £131 (opens in new tab) on the five-star Bowers & Wilkins PX7 over-ear wireless noise-cancelling headphones, which deliver exceptional sound thanks to the latest Bluetooth tech.

The similarly five-star sweat-resistant Bowers & Wilkins PI3 wireless sports earbuds are down to just £99 (opens in new tab), and are a great choice for running or exercise, thanks to a soft, flexible neckband that helps them stay secure in your ears while you're getting a sweat on.

Finally, the PI4 (aka the advanced variant of the PI3) has been reduced from £270 to just £100 (opens in new tab) for Cyber Monday (a whopping £170 saving!) making the levelled-up model practically the same price as its one-time more affordable sibling – and the deals are all live now at Amazon and other good UK retailers! 

Bowers & Wilkins Cyber Monday wireless headphones deals

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Bowers & Wilkins PX7 £350 £218 at Sevenoaks (save £131) (opens in new tab)
In our review we praised the PX7's "lively, insightful sound", "three-tiered noise cancellation" and "sophisticated, comfortable design", leaving us no choice but to award them a coveted five stars, even at the asking price of £350. Now, they're a bargain with this big saving in Cyber Monday sales.

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Bowers & Wilkins PI3 sports headphones £170 £99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
These brilliant five-star buds are now down by £41 and well worth your attention whether you intend to use them for running, watching TV or just mooching about. Rain, splash and sweat resistant and available in blue, gold and space grey.

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Crazy price!

Bowers & Wilkins PI4 noise-cancelling sports headphones £270 £100 at Amazon (save £170) (opens in new tab)
A wireless neckband design boasting noise-cancelling, app support, Bluetooth 5.0 aptX, 12 hours on a single charge and USB-C quick charge for 3 hours of juice from a swift 15 minute charge. And look at the price! Quick! 

A quick glance at our PX7 review's sub-heading tells the story in a nutshell: "hugely impressive noise-cancelling headphones".

The PX7s and PI3 in-ears, launched last September as the first aptX Adaptive headphones, meaning they support the next-gen Qualcomm Bluetooth technology that combines the 24-bit/48kHz capability of aptX HD with the benefits of aptX Low Latency such as improved synchronicity of audio and video content between your source and headphones.

The other headline feature is noise-cancelling. Here, pressing the button on the headphones’ left cup allows you to cycle through modes ('low', 'medium' and 'high') by. ‘Low’ is fine for keeping office chatter and background noise out, while ‘high’ effectively cocoons you in silence, even during the noisiest real-life scenarios.

Not only are the PX7s insightful, but their sonic character also prioritises entertainment. If that sounds like something you need in your life right now, this deal on a top set of wireless headphones could well be for you. 

The PI3s also have a very clean-sounding presentation with crisp, distinct highs and a solid, punchy bass bringing up the rear. They have detail and analysis around every corner.

The premium PI4 is now slashed in price, and can be snapped up for less than its sibling, above. It packs customized 14mm drivers, which Bowers & Wilkins is quick to state are designed by the same team behind the 800 Diamond series speakers used in Abbey Road Studios. Perhaps the only snag? It's not a model we've tested... 

Which to choose? We'll leave that one up to you – but there's bound to be a model here you'll love.


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Becky Scarrott

Becky has been a full-time staff writer at What Hi-Fi? since March 2019. Prior to gaining her MA in Journalism in 2018, she freelanced as an arts critic alongside a 20-year career as a professional dancer and aerialist – any love of dance is of course tethered to a love of music. Becky has previously contributed to Stuff, FourFourTwo, This is Cabaret and The Stage. When not writing, she dances, spins in the air, drinks coffee, watches football or surfs in Cornwall with her other half – a football writer whose talent knows no bounds.