The Black Friday craze continues with a great deal on the Bowers & Wilkins P3 S2 headphones, one of the hidden gems found in the mid-range audio equipment market. This curious gear is presently going for only $99, 33 percent down its original $150 price tag. Needless to say, this is the lowest price ever attached to the Bowers & Wilkins P3 S2 and as things stand right now, it's unlikely to be beaten until well into 2018. Amazon Prime credit card holders can also lower the already discounted price by additional ten percentage points through a traditional chargeback, with the product itself currently not showing any signs of going out of stock.
Regardless, counting on retailers to have sufficient consumer electronics supplies for more than 24 hours is never a smart idea on Black Friday, so if you're on the lookout for a new pair of headphones, try to decide whether the Bowers & Wilkins P3 S2 is the right fit for you before the end of the day, less you end up disappointed. Making a quick purchase decision is even more important in light of the fact that the company put no specific expiry date on the deal, indicating that it's either in the process of quickly clearing stock or isn't intending on holding the sale for long due to other reasons.
As for what you're getting for your money, the Bowers & Wilkins P3 S2 boasts a high level of audio quality on all conventional frequencies and was carefully crafted to deliver a balanced, natural sound. The headphones can be folded for easy transport and connect to other devices via a regular 3.5mm cable, so you can count on this offering being a truly plug-and-play device. The over-ear design revolves around shells that are both solid and lightweight, with the headphones also coming bundled with a hard carrying case that will keep them from harm's way. The aluminum build enhanced with sheepskin leather is meant to make the headphones look and feel like an ultra-premium device even though the Bowers & Wilkins P3 S2 is actually quite affordable regardless of this deep discount that saw it venture into the sub-$100 territory.