Earphones are like opinions, everyone seems to have one and they really do matter. Finding the perfect earphones are almost as elusive as finding the Holy Grail. Let’s help you on this journey by recommending 5 of the best noise cancelling headphones around.

5 Best Noise Cancelling Headphones: Number 3 is Our Favourite

1. Bose QuietComfort35 

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Let’s start with the industry standard Bose Headphones. We’ve got the Bose QuietComfort 35, a lightweight option coming in under 9 ounces. We’ve written about them before. You can read the full review here.

2. Sennheiser PXC550 Wireless Headphones

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Next up is the Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless. These earphones have a respectable battery life of 30 hours are quite comfortable and great features. A few to note are how effective the noise cancelling technology, the touch controls and how lightweight the headphones really make these a strong competitor in the competition to be the best. These headphones also have good sound quality when making phone calls and that combined with the noise cancelling features is quite a powerful combo! However, the price tag may be prohibitive for some and hovers right around£229.99 as the suggested retail price.

3. Sony WH-1000XM2

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We shouldn’t be surprised that we’re super impressed with Sony’s noise cancelling technology. They have a long history of creating solid headphones. High-Resolution Audio support ensures music is as the original artist intended, while Bluetooth and NFC give you the liberating freedom of a wireless connection. Sony‘s Sense Engine gives you the power to tune in and out of your music with just a tap of the ear-cup. With a huge range of customisable features and touch control to adjust your music and calls, you won’t be disappointed by these headphones–we certainly weren’t!

4. Bowers & Wilkins PX 

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These super light, sharp looking pair of noise cancelling headphones will keep you immersed in premium Bowers & Wilkins sound quality for 22 hours off a single charge.

5. Linner Active Noise Cancelling Wireless In-Ear Headphones

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You’ll have noticed that the previous 4 headphones were over-the-ear. We’ll end on a different note. The Linner Active Noise Cancelling Wireless In-Ear Headphones are exactly what they sound like, for active folks! These in-ear headphones give you 13 hours of listening/talk time. How many workouts is that between charges? You’ll enjoy mega bass and clear mid tones, enjoy hands-free calling thanks to the integrated microphone and wireless design and also will have all the white noise around you drowned out. Perfect to focus during your workouts, city commutes, and when you simply need to plug in, tune out and get some work done! 

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