Sennheiser Momentum Wireless Headphones

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

If Bang & Olufsen’s move to release their first ever wireless headphones didn’t prove how obsolete cords are becoming for consumers, surely Sennheiser’s will. We’ve always been a huge fan of their Momentum headphones, and now they’re cutting the cords.

The Sennheiser Momentum wireless headphones are everything you know and love about the original offerings, but without the pesky cables. They’ve still got all the features you crave though, like a NoiseGard Hybrid active noise cancelation system, Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology with apt-X support, and 40mm drivers. Battery life is often a concern when purchasing a pair of wireless headphones (or any wireless device for that matter), but knowing these Sennheiser headphones had a 22-hour battery was music to our ears. They also sport that gorgeous Pittards leather constructed headband and earpads along with a lightweight, durable stainless steel frame. These headphones retail for $449. [Purchase]

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