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Sony noise cancelling wireless in-ear headphones deal: save £31 at Amazon

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Need a deal on a pair of noise-cancelling sports headphones for running or workouts – ideally true wireless ones with a decent battery life that'll fit into that small side pocket in your gym bag? Keep reading. 

Often, when a deal on a set of true wireless in-ears goes live, you might be forgiven for assuming they'll be from a relatively unknown brand, or that it's a slightly older product. Not so here. This Sony set of wireless headphones (yes, Sony, makers of the two time Award-winning WF-1000XM3) is the WF-SP800N, which only launched in May 2020

It must be a little low on feature set then, no? Actually, there's an 18 hour battery with noise cancelling deployed (9 hours apiece from the buds and their charger) which is upped to 26 hours (13 hours apiece) if you're not using noise cancelling. On that, there's digital noise cancelling, an Ambient Sound mode, Adaptive Sound Control (which adapts noise cancelling levels to your environment), a useful Quick Attention feature (cover one of the buds and the playback lowers significantly so you can hear someone talking) and Sony's celebrated Extra Bass series sound profile. 

You can customise the touch control functionality with the Sony Connect app, use the buds for call handling and access to either Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri. They're IP55 rated, which means they've been tested against 6.3mm nozzle jets of water firing at them from all directions, and you get earfins for a more sports-worthy fit, too.

They also support Sony 360 Reality Audio technology to deliver a more immersive listen, but you'll have to use a compatible music streaming service to hear the difference.

In a rush? Just 10 minutes of charge time will give you an hour of music playback, which should be enough for most of us heading out for a quick run. 

If you're looking for a set of wireless headphones that fall into the AirPods alternative bracket but at a nice little discount, they're worth a look at this price... 


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Becky is the newest staff writer on What Hi-Fi? and can most-often be found writing, reviewing and drinking coffee in the listening facility, or at her desk next to a stack of mags. (She is probably wearing in-ears, so don't be put off if she's unresponsive.) She supports Chelsea even when it hurts, and her other half is a football writer whose skill both amazes and irritates her.