Sony's best wireless headphones with noise cancellation are on sale at a massive $150 discount (refurbished)

Sony WH-1000XM3 wireless headphones on sale for $200 on eBay in refurbished condition
Unless you're thinking of pre-ordering the high-end Xperia 1 smartphone (while you still have time), you probably know you need to spend a pretty penny on Sony's incredibly popular and exceptionally well-reviewed WH-1000XM3 headphones. 

These might just be the best of their kind, offering stellar audio quality and top-notch noise cancellation technology in a wireless package tipping the scales at around 255 grams. Normally priced at $350, the Sony WH-1000XM3 have been discounted countless times in recent months in both brand-new and refurbished condition, hitting their lowest mark ever at a top-rated eBay seller today.

You're looking at saving a whopping 150 bucks and merely spending $199.99 by shopping at Secondipity, although it's obviously not entirely fair to compare the typical price of new, unused, unopened, and undamaged wireless headphones with the current marked-down rate of these refurbished, fully functional units likely to present "light scratches" and not come in their original packaging.

While Secondipity, a veteran eBay seller with a 98.7 percent positive feedback score from close to 5,000 user ratings, will throw in its own warranty, said coverage is scheduled to expire a mere 90 days after your purchase instead of the standard 1-year manufacturer's warranty generally accompanying new products. 

Still, 200 bucks is an incredibly low price to pay for a premium pair of noise-cancelling Bluetooth wireless headphones with up to 30 hours of battery life, industry-leading sound technology, and built-in Google Assistant support, said to look and work "like new." Of course, you can alternatively pick up the Bose QuietComfort 35 Series 1 (without voice assistance) at the same $200 price in "factory renewed" condition with a full 1-year warranty included. Pretty tough choice, eh?

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