Deal: Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless Headphones $238 – Prime Day 2018

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The Bowers & Wilkins P line of headphones are designed for excellence and offer a very high-quality sound. The Bowers & Wilkins P5 wireless are designed in the exact same way although they do come with the added benefit of being wireless. The downside is these are not massively affordable headphones due to the $299.99 price tag attached. Although, as part of the Amazon Prime Day celebrations, Amazon is offering a 20-percent discount to its members which brings the total down to $238.39.

The Bowers & Wilkins P5 wireless headphones feature 40mm full range drivers and offer up a frequency range of 10Hz – 20kHz. Bluetooth 4.1 is the version in use here and the quality of the sound transmitted is maintained through the inclusion of aptX support. These headphones also include a 350 mAh capacity battery which Bowers & Wilkins states results in up to seventeen hours of usage when off the charge. Although these headphones do also come equipped with a 3.5 mm stereo jack socket for when the wearer wants to use them in more of a traditional wired fashion.

While these headphones are not going to be for everyone, for those looking to take the next step up in terms of the sound quality and design the Bowers & Wilkins P5 wireless are a great option to go for. Even more so now that they are available at a discounted rate. Speaking of which, this price is reserved for Prime member so non-Prime customers looking to take advantage of the saving will need to sign up for a free Prime trial before checking out.

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