Bowers & Wilkins’ Flagship Headphone, the P7, Goes Wireless

Bowers & Wilkins’ Flagship Headphone, the P7, Goes Wireless

Published: September 27, 2016 | By: American Luxury Staff

Bowers & Wilkins’ sought-after P7 headphones have made the wireless leap into modernity, and while this move from the British sound-makers may seem a little late, the result is well worth the wait.

B&W built the P7s with metal aluminum parts, making them both highly durable and insanely lightweight for avid wearers. The set is comfortable, too, with a memory foam and sheep leather headrest and ear cups, the latter helping to provide the noise-canceling effects the P7s offer.

The P7 headphones are also compatible with smartphones, tablets, and even personal computers thanks to a contemporary 4.1 Bluetooth system. And with the assurance of the Bowers and Wilkins badge, owners of the P7s know that the sounds they stream will be of the highest possible quality.

The battery in B&W’s new wireless headphones lasts for up to 17 hours on a single charge, and the P7s also fold up neatly into a small case, included in their purchase. Bowers & Wilkins asks $399.99 for the new wireless tech accessory.

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