There's a lot to like about Nuraphone. The ANC headphones from Nura cleverly combine the in-ear and over-ear design for a superb, immersive sound experience. The in-ear speakers channel the middle and high frequencies, while the over-ear drivers channel the bass for audio that's as close to live you can get. Plus it's all customizable.
Design aside, the Nuraphone's software allows users to fine-tune sound frequencies to suit personal hearing profiles. There's no denying that these cans are premium – and at £349 it has a price tag to show it.
Now, however, you can get £100 off thanks to Nura's Spring Sale, which drops the price to £249. You can get the same discount from Amazon too, which is currently running its own Spring Sale until 31 March.
The biggest discount, however, comes from Currys PC World, where the Nuraphone is £229 – undercutting Nura and Amazon by £20. Currys PC World also includes up to five months of Apple Music, Apple Arcade, and Apple News+ free for new and returning customers.
We were thoroughly impressed with the Nuraphones in our review, where it received 4/5 stars (and a Tech Advisor Recommended badge) for its sound personalization, excellent design, solid battery life (up to 20 hours), and aptX HD support. It's versatile too. You can easily transform the Nuraphones into a powerful gaming headset thanks to the Gaming Mic attachment.
If you buy the Nuraphones directly from Nura, you can bundle the Gaming Mic for just £20 more, though it separately costs £49.99.
The only drawback we found in our review – price aside – was that it can get uncomfortable to wear if you're using them over long periods, but that's not something we'd recommend you to do anyway if you want to protect your hearing.