Sony is still one of the most iconic names in personal audio, so when we see one of the Japanese company’s headphones going on sale, we take notice. Wireless over-ear headphones are great for wearing while traveling, and the snappily named WH-CH700N should do just the trick.

While not at the very top of the Sony totem pole, these headphones are normally available for anything up to $200, but right now, they can be yours for just $98. That’s a great discount no matter how you slice it, so if some headphones have been on your Black Friday list, this deal is going to be right up your street.

The features list covers off everything you would expect from such headphones. That includes 50 hours of noise canceling when using a wired connection as well as 35 hours of listening when using the batteries. There’s a quick charge feature as well, perfect for getting juice into them as quickly as possible via micro-USB.

  • Noise cancellation adjusts to your environment with One Push AINC
  • Long lasting listening with up to 35 hours of battery and quick charging
  • Wireless Bluetooth streaming with NFC one-touch
  • Built-in microphone for hands free calls and use with your voice assistant
  • Customize your sound as you like with the “Sony | headphones connect” app for Android/iOS
  • 50 hours of Noise Canceling when used with wired connection.
  • Hear more detail with 40mm Driver Unit. In the box: USB Cable, Headphone Cable

Being able to customize how these things sound via an app for your iPhone or Android phone should not be ignored either. Not every app has an equalizer for making everything sound just so, and being able to take control of such things at a headphone level is great. At this price point, there isn’t much to complain about here, so be sure to get your orders in nice and early, before it’s too late.

Buy: Sony WH-CH700N Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones from Amazon: $98 | Original price: $199.99

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