Sony's Bose-killing noise-canceling wireless headphones now $72 off at Amazon

Sony WH-1000XM3 Noise-cancelling Wireless Headphones
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If you're looking for a pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones to drown out the sound of your wonderful colleagues at work or that crying baby you're always sat next to on a plane, then Amazon is here to help.

The fantastic Sony WH-1000XM3 wireless noise-canceling headphones are now $278 after a steep $72 price drop at Amazon. This deal brings these Bose-killing cans to one of their lowest prices ever. 

I personally own a pair of these over-ear headphones and wholeheartedly recommend them to anyone in the market. In fact, the WH-1000XM3 is the best piece of tech I've purchased in years. 

Sony WH-1000XM3Headphones: was $349 now $278 @ Amazon

Sony WH-1000XM3 Headphones: was $349 now $278 @ Amazon
At $72 off, the Sony WH-1000XM3 wireless headphones are priced to sell. They offer signature Sony sound, industry leading noise-cancellation, and 30 hours of battery life. 

While we haven't reviewed them ourselves, our friends over at Tom's Guide gave the Sony WH-1000XM3 a 4.5-star rating and Editor's Choice award. The site complemented the headphones for their "class-leading sound" and "stellar noise cancellation."

The Sony headphones also last for 30 hours on a charge, which is among the longest battery life of any wireless headphones. On top of that, these Sony cans are very comfortable and use intuitive touch-sensitive controls. 

There's a lot to love about the WH-1000XM3 but you should know that their plastic design doesn't feel the most premium, and call quality is lacking. Regardless, these are still the only headphones that can go toe-to-toe with the popular Bose QC35 II.

We don't expect this headphone deal to last long, so act fast. 

Phillip Tracy

Phillip Tracy is the assistant managing editor at Laptop Mag where he reviews laptops, phones and other gadgets while covering the latest industry news. After graduating with a journalism degree from the University of Texas at Austin, Phillip became a tech reporter at the Daily Dot. There, he wrote reviews for a range of gadgets and covered everything from social media trends to cybersecurity. Prior to that, he wrote for RCR Wireless News covering 5G and IoT. When he's not tinkering with devices, you can find Phillip playing video games, reading, traveling or watching soccer.