The Ultimate Frequent Flier Accessory: Noise-canceling Headphones
Make your next flight a quiet one.
Noise-canceling headphones are the perfect way to get some quiet and relaxation on a flight, but they can be costly.
For travelers looking for their own set, Amazon is featuring both noise-canceling and noise-reducing headphones in its deals of the day, offering savings of up to 65 percent if you act fast.
Top deals include Sennheiser PXC 450 noise-canceling headphones which have an active noise compensation system that the company claims reduces ambient noise up to 90 percent.
Priced at $199.95, the headphones include a “talk through” function, allowing you to be able to chat with your neighbor while still filtering out sounds like a plane engine.
There are also Eonfine active noise-canceling headphones on sale for $62.99, ideal for long-haul flights with 14 hours of battery life. They remove 90 percent of low frequency noise and are Bluetooth compatible.
For a more playful look, go for these Censi cat ear headphones at $69.99. They come with cat ears that can be detached and leather earmuffs for a comfortable fit.
Some other deals on headphones include these Vomercy over-the-ear wireless headphones with soft noise isolation pads at $24.99 and Bluetooth wireless headphones from SoundBot with noise-reduction cups on the ears at $9.97.
Whether you're shopping for yourself or looking for a gift for the frequent flier in your life, noise-canceling headphones are a great idea.