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These headphones feature adaptive noise control, a smart touch panel, up to 18-hour battery life, and wireless charging. -johnny_miller

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Parrot has Zik 3 headphones for $137.49 w/ coupon code ZIKSD45. Shipping is free.
  • Adaptive noise control
  • Smart touch panel
  • 18 hour battery life
  • Wireless charger
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To previous comment or regarding noise cancelling:

FYI , I paid $400 for the Zik 2.0 when they were pretty new. My buddy just got the 3.0 today and I was playing around with them, a solid iterative update to the 2.0 . I absolutely felt I got $400 + of value out of the Zik 2- and it's been about three years of solid constant use. The Zik 3.0 is better than 2.0 (yet super clutch that it still uses same batteries as 2.0). And now it's on sale for $150 out the door (tax + shipping)- INSTANTLY pulled the trigger on this one!!!

The noise cancelling is REALLY good. It has controllable level of cancellation which most competitors don't. Also has "street mode", the opposite of noise cancelling, where it uses the mic to pipe in ambient noise instead of out. Super useful when I have these on at work, or I'm in a slightly sketch neighborhood and want to keep aware of my surroundings.

Some other features I love: ambiance sensor + touch controls (although most high end Bluetooth headphones has this nowadays I guess), ability to plug in aux cable and use in same sound setup or airplane mode (and turn off Bluetooth to save power - have gotten 12+ hours easy in airplane mode), or turn off the headphones and use the aux cable for device-powered headphones. This is super useful to mitigate EQ imbalances like bass / other enhancements I leave on in my normal listening mode.

I know I sound like an advertisement, but I've been a huge fan of the 2.0 forever and it always surprises me that they aren't as well known or popular as they deserve! So I rep them hardcore to everyone Smilie (the story above about my friend who got the 3.0 - it's because I sold him on it over some BOSE BS)
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You can get same with Case for $149 and all colors are available - just use the 45% code - and dont forget cashback sites for 3% cashback.

https://www.parrot.com/us/audio/z...rrot-zik-3
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How good is this compared to sony / bose noise cancelling headphone?
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To previous comment or regarding noise cancelling:

FYI , I paid $400 for the Zik 2.0 when they were pretty new. My buddy just got the 3.0 today and I was playing around with them, a solid iterative update to the 2.0 . I absolutely felt I got $400 + of value out of the Zik 2- and it's been about three years of solid constant use. The Zik 3.0 is better than 2.0 (yet super clutch that it still uses same batteries as 2.0). And now it's on sale for $150 out the door (tax + shipping)- INSTANTLY pulled the trigger on this one!!!

The noise cancelling is REALLY good. It has controllable level of cancellation which most competitors don't. Also has "street mode", the opposite of noise cancelling, where it uses the mic to pipe in ambient noise instead of out. Super useful when I have these on at work, or I'm in a slightly sketch neighborhood and want to keep aware of my surroundings.

Some other features I love: ambiance sensor + touch controls (although most high end Bluetooth headphones has this nowadays I guess), ability to plug in aux cable and use in same sound setup or airplane mode (and turn off Bluetooth to save power - have gotten 12+ hours easy in airplane mode), or turn off the headphones and use the aux cable for device-powered headphones. This is super useful to mitigate EQ imbalances like bass / other enhancements I leave on in my normal listening mode.

I know I sound like an advertisement, but I've been a huge fan of the 2.0 forever and it always surprises me that they aren't as well known or popular as they deserve! So I rep them hardcore to everyone Smilie (the story above about my friend who got the 3.0 - it's because I sold him on it over some BOSE BS)
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Great price on these. The reviews on the sound quality are great, but comments on the build quailty are scary.
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For the price these aren't too bad, and you if you don't see yourself using them more than a few times a month, LEAVE. There are better head phones you can buy out there at 137.49

The crazy part is they are great headphones

I have been watching Zik Parrots since they first came out on the scene. At a price point of $400 you think a product with superber sound capabilities, aesthetic AND functionality would also be built to be durable.

In most cases, and you can check out the the most popular comment on their own site, these headphones don't last more than 1 year without need of support. Your battery will die ( which Parrot will replace at no charge with vigor) or your headphones will disintegrate after normal use. I do not recommend if you want to use these regularly and or move a lot while these are in use.

If you want a pair of sexy ass headphones whose sound quality is unbeatable right now, with some cool functions then waste no time. These headphones were selling at $400 not even 2 months ago.
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Reading the reviews on their site... these won't last the year. Which is too bad, because they look really nice but I'd want to get at least 2-3 years of use out of them.
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To previous comment or regarding noise cancelling:

FYI , I paid $400 for the Zik 2.0 when they were pretty new. My buddy just got the 3.0 today and I was playing around with them, a solid iterative update to the 2.0 . I absolutely felt I got $400 + of value out of the Zik 2- and it's been about three years of solid constant use. The Zik 3.0 is better than 2.0 (yet super clutch that it still uses same batteries as 2.0). And now it's on sale for $150 out the door (tax + shipping)- INSTANTLY pulled the trigger on this one!!!

The noise cancelling is REALLY good. It has controllable level of cancellation which most competitors don't. Also has "street mode", the opposite of noise cancelling, where it uses the mic to pipe in ambient noise instead of out. Super useful when I have these on at work, or I'm in a slightly sketch neighborhood and want to keep aware of my surroundings.

Some other features I love: ambiance sensor + touch controls (although most high end Bluetooth headphones has this nowadays I guess), ability to plug in aux cable and use in same sound setup or airplane mode (and turn off Bluetooth to save power - have gotten 12+ hours easy in airplane mode), or turn off the headphones and use the aux cable for device-powered headphones. This is super useful to mitigate EQ imbalances like bass / other enhancements I leave on in my normal listening mode.

I know I sound like an advertisement, but I've been a huge fan of the 2.0 forever and it always surprises me that they aren't as well known or popular as they deserve! So I rep them hardcore to everyone Smilie (the story above about my friend who got the 3.0 - it's because I sold him on it over some BOSE BS)
Btw how is the 2.0 with constant use, despite hearing that it wont last a year?
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Guys, B&O H7 Wireless Over Ear (refurb) for $179.99 or this Parrot 3.0? Anyone have experience with both?
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These headphones probably have the most complete set of digital features I have seen on a headphone. These can also be plugged in directly via USB to your laptop/desktop to act as a wired headphone using the built in high quality DAC !! Oh, the headphone is getting charged as well at the same time. It might even be possible to attach these via micro-usb to a phone but I have not explored that functionality..
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I agree with most positive reviews, I've met a lot of poker players who vouch for these, most would prefer these over the Bose qc35, but between the Sony 1000 and the Zik 3, Zik 3 just edges out with looks and functional features.

Also community support and customer service has been great from my experience and I've had Parrot drones from when they first came out.
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Appears to be dead.

Edit: Nevermind, still working.
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I wish there was an upgrade path. I have the first version love the sound but hate the battery life. If these go for 18 hours it is great.
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Wirecutter too picked this brand as their top choice.
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can someon who own these please comment on the build quality and how it stands up to wear and tear. The reviews on their website are a bit concerning.
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