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Dyson Zone™ noise-cancelling headphones

  • Noise cancelling headphones with purification visor
  • Runtime: Audio Up to 50 hrs
  • My Dyson app enabled, AQ Sensing, Filter Efficiency
  • Speaker Size: 40 mm Speaker Magnets

Original price was: 2,499 AED.Current price is: 1,799 AED. Includes VAT

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Dyson Zone™ headphones with air purification
(Ultra Blue/Prussian Blue)

The Dyson Zone headphones provide a pure, immersive listening experience and on-the-go air purification when you need it. Engineered for ultra-low distortion, ensuring absolute clarity in bass, mids and highs at any given volume.

  • Pure Dyson audio with advanced noise cancellation
  • Engineered for ultra-low distortion
  • Filters remove gases1 and 99% of pollutants as small as 0.1 microns2
  • Contact-free visor, attaches to channel purified air
  • Connect to the MyDyson™ app for real-time environment updates3

Engineered for ultra-low distortion
Intelligent signal processing combined with active noise cancellation and passive attenuation reduces distortion – ensuring realistic, detailed audio.

Advanced noise cancelling
Eight active noise cancelling microphones monitor surrounding noise 384,000 times a second, cancelling background noise. With two additional microphones for telephony and transparency systems.

Purified air, anywhere
Electrostatic filters capture viruses1 and 99% of ultrafine particulates.3 Activated carbon filters remove fumes such as nitrogen dioxide2 and reduce odours.

Contact-free visor supplies purified air
It channels a continuous stream of purified air to your nose and mouth, without touching your face. For hygienic air delivery and comfortable breathing.

50 hours audio only run time
Up to 50 hours ANC audio only, or up to 4 hours purification⁴ + ANC audio. Auto on-off to save energy when not in use.

Connects for a richer experience
Track your air quality, adjust EQ levels, and monitor battery and filter life with the MyDyson™ app.3

Auto-adjusts to your activity level
Built-in accelerometer adjusts airflow for changes in your activity level.

Engineered for comfort
Ergonomically engineered with a contact-free visor and cushioned headband that precisely adjusts for a comfortable fit.

Touch and voice control
Bluetooth connectivity and fingertip controls let you call hands-free, access your voice assistant, and manage sounds and airflow on the move.

Magnetic visor
Easily detaches and reattaches for cleaning and headphones-only use.

Crystal-clear calls
Beamforming and noise-cancelling microphones enable clear calls in noisy environments.

Conversation mode
Visor flips down for Conversation mode, instantly pausing audio and airflow.

In the Box:

  • Dyson Zone™ headphones with air purification
  • x1 pair of Electrostatic carbon filters
    Dyson Zone™ headphones with air purification electrostatic and carbon filters. Your MyDyson™ App will let you know when they need replacing.
  • Visor Cleaning brush
    Nylon bristled visor cleaning brush, to remove dust and dirt.
  • USB-C
    1.5m USB-C charging cable for Dyson Zone™ headphones with air purification.
  • Visor sleeve
    Soft microfibre sleeve. Neatly stores and protects your visor from dirt and scratches.
  • ‘Quarter’ turn hard case
    Hard case, secured with a rotating catch mechanism. Protects and stores your Dyson Zone™ headphones with air purification when on the go.


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Supplies purified air

The attachable travel visor instantly delivers a continuous stream of purified air. Air is filtered then projected out of the visor to your nose and mouth.

Audio Features

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Full audio spectrum

  1. The custom-built 40mm, 16-ohm neodymium speaker driver delivers a broad frequency range for absolute clarity in bass, mids, and highs.

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Engineered for ultra-low distortion

  1. Intelligent signal processing combined with active noise cancellation and passive attenuation reduces distortion – ensuring realistic, detailed audio.

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Advanced noise cancelling

  1. Eight active noise cancelling microphones monitor surrounding noise 384,000 times a second, cancelling background noise. With two additional microphones for telephony and transparency systems.


Up to 50 hours50 hours audio-only run time

Up to 50 hours ANC audio only, or up to 4 hours purifiation¹ + ANC audio. Audio on-off to save energy when not in use.


Connect to a richer experience

Track your air quality, adjust EQ levels, and monitor battery and filter life with the MyDyson app.³

zoneCrystal-clear calls

Beamforming and noise-cancelling microphones enable clear calls in noisy environments.

Engineered for comfort

Engineered for comfort

Ergonomically engineered with a contact-free visor and cushioned headband that precisely adjusts for a comfortable fit.

Touch and voice controlTouch and voice control

Bluetooth connectivity and fingertip controls let you call hands-free, access your voice assistant, and manage sounds and airflow on the move.

Magnetic visor

Attachable travel visor

Magnetically attach on your daily commute or when travelling to channel purified air directly to your nose and mouth.

Auto adjusts

Auto-adjusts to your activity

Built-in accelerometer adjusts airflow for changes in your activity level.

zoneEngineered for comfort

Soft cushioned, micro-suede lined ear cups seal in sound and seal out noise. Headband and contact-free visor adjusts for a comfortable fit.

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Product information

Wireless Communication Technology Bluetooth Special Feature Air purification, Noise Cancellation Included Components Two electrostatic carbon filters, Visor cleaning brush, USB-C charging cable, Visor sleeve, Protective Case Age Range (Description) Adult Material Plastic Noise Control Active Noise Cancellation Charging Time 50 Hours Ear Placement Over Ear Recommended Uses For Product Running, Exercising Control Type Media Control Cable Feature Retractable Item Weight 1.4 Pounds Control Method App Number of Items 1 Battery Life 50 Hours Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation No Has Active Noise Cancellation Yes Product Dimensions 3.98 x 11.81 x 7.24 inches Item Weight 1.4 pounds ASIN B0C3ND6PXG Item model number WP01 Batteries 1 AA batteries required. (included)

Wireless Communication Technology Bluetooth

Special Feature Air purification, Noise Cancellation

Included Components Two electrostatic carbon filters, Visor cleaning brush, USB-C charging cable, Visor sleeve, Protective Case

Age Range (Description) Adult

Material Plastic

Noise Control Active Noise Cancellation

Charging Time 50 Hours

Ear Placement Over Ear

Recommended Uses For Product Running, Exercising

Control Type Media Control

Cable Feature Retractable

Item Weight 1.4 Pounds

Control Method App

Number of Items 1

Battery Life 50 Hours

Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation No

Has Active Noise Cancellation Yes

Product Dimensions 3.98 x 11.81 x 7.24 inches

Item Weight 1.4 pounds


Item model number WP01

Batteries 1 AA batteries required. (included)

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Best Sellers Rank #153,783 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #3,404 in Over-Ear Headphones

Date First Available April 26, 2023

Manufacturer Dyson

About this item Pure Dyson audio with advanced noise cancellation. Intelligent signal processing combined with active noise cancellation – ensuring realistic, detailed audio. Eight active noise-cancelling microphones monitor surrounding noise, with two additional microphones for telephony and transparency systems. Full audio spectrum delivers a broad frequency range for absolute clarity in bass, mids, and highs. Ear cup geometry and ergonomic engineering seal in sound and seal out noise.

Micro-suede cushions the ears for comfort. Dyson has created a unique EQ setting, optimizing the frequency curve for a more authentic audio experience. Enhanced battery for extended listening provides up to 50 hours with audio noise cancelling or up to 4 hours of purification.¹

The Contact-free visor delivers purified air channeling a continuous stream of purified air to your nose and mouth without touching your face. Electrostatic filters capture 99% of ultrafine particles.⁴ Activated carbon filters absorb fumes such as nitrogen dioxide and reduce odors.² Track your air quality, adjust EQ levels, and monitor battery and filter life with the MyDyson app.³ Show more

Dyson Zone™ headphones with air purification are engineered for ultra-low distortion and advanced noise cancellation. Delivering pure audio. Pure air. Anywhere. A two-stage filtration system delivers purified air to your nose and mouth.

¹In low flow mode with Bluetooth on. Tested in a Dyson internal laboratory at 21 degrees Celsius. Performance may vary depending on environmental conditions and usage.

²Gas capture rates vary.

³Requires device to run app, Wi-Fi or mobile data, Bluetooth 4.0 support, and iOS version 10 or Android version 5 (or above). Standard data and messaging rates may apply.

⁴Filter efficiency tested to ISO 29463 adapted at max flow setting by an independent third-party laboratory. Capture rates may differ depending on real life usage.









Wireless Communication Technology


Special Feature

Air purification, Noise Cancellation

Included Components

Two electrostatic carbon filters, Visor cleaning brush, USB-C charging cable, Visor sleeve, Protective Case

Age Range (Description)




Noise Control

Active Noise Cancellation

Charging Time

50 Hours

Ear Placement

Over Ear

Control Type

Media Control

Cable Feature


Item Weight

1.4 pounds

Control Method


Number of Items


Battery Life

50 Hours

Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation


Has Active Noise Cancellation


Product Dimensions

3.98 x 11.81 x 7.24 inches



Item model number



1 AA batteries required. (included)

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4.1 4.1 out of 5 stars

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4.1 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#153,783 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #3,404 in Over-Ear Headphones

Date First Available

April 26, 2023



31 reviews for Dyson Zone™ noise-cancelling headphones

  1. The Black RavenThe Black Raven

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Too heavy and bulky for me, but husband loves them!

    I wasn’t totally sure what to expect from these, but I thought, “Hmmm, if they’re Dyson, they must be some pretty amazing headphones.” Well, I would say part of that is true. My primary purpose for wanting these headphones was for the sake of my dearly beloved husband. He recently experienced a near death experience from two bacterial masses on his brain caused by a sinus infection. The doctors told him that they were possibly due to the pollutants in the air.We have both air purifiers and humidifiers in our home, but he has nothing for outside of the house. I know he loves listening to music while mowing the lawn, so I thought that these specific headphones would be ideal for his situation. Sadly, he can not wear them for work, which is unfortunate because he needs them the most there. However, he does use them regularly around the house.Granted, it’s cool that these headphones have this fancy air purification mask on them, but I still think they look kind of silly. They are very galactic looking and tend to draw attention. The neighbors are probably wondering if my husband was cast into a science fiction film. Honestly, though, they are kind of heavy on the head and tend to weigh my neck down. However, my husband claims he loves them and dotes about how comfortable they are.As far as sound quality goes, they seem to be comparable to high-end headphones like Apple’s Airpod Max. The noise canceling feature seems to block out a lot of background noise. I’m particularly fond of how sturdy the storing case is. It’s pretty durable and could confidently protect the headphone if the case were to fall with them in it.In regard to the air purification mask piece. It does magnetically attach to the headphones. It took us a couple of tries to get used to attaching it correctly. My husband and I found it was easier to attach the mouthpiece before putting the headphones on. While the air purification mouthpiece purifies the surrounding air, you can still clearly smell everything in your surroundings. There is a nifty feature included on these headphones. You can turn on the auto airflow option, and it will automatically adjust the airflow based on your activity levels.Setup was easy after installation of the app. The app provides a lot more detailed information. The temp, humidity, and air quality status can be viewed after providing location information. The app also allows you to view the battery life, filter status, charging status, sound, and other settings. Honestly, these headphones have a lot of features on them. The battery life is pretty good, but is solely based on how you use them. Of course, the air purifier eats up more battery life, but if you’re using them for just calls and music, they seem to last much longer.Overall, I think they are a very glorified set of headphones, but my husband is happy, so therfore I am too. The price point is very steep for what they are, but hopefully, we can see a price drop in the near future.

    9 people found this helpful

  2. lsw

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Can’t get enough of these!

    I bought mine directly from the Dyson site and have had them for about two months…I LOVE THEM. As another poster commented, they do exactly what they were intended, provide an excellent or at least well above average audio experience coupled with a niche function; blowing purified/filtered air to your face. Yes, they’re heavier than many other over-the-ear headphones, but they’re built to last a lifetime (if you take proper care of them). Honestly, after wearing them a while, you don’t even notice. The ANC function and sound quality rival the other high-end headphones I own. I plan to take these on an upcoming vacation trip which has a very long flight and make full use of the purification function. No, they’re not for everyone, they’re expensive, and if you worry about looking different, then definitely don’t buy them…they’re not for you, but don’t be surprised when you start seeing more of them. They’re a great product, and I’m so happy I bought them.

  3. Wesley

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Innovative but cumbersome

    I was pretty blown away when I came across these. An air purifier + headphone combination is amazingly innovative, and something that has never been done before to my knowledge.The headphones themselves are very comfortable and sound great, nearly as good as my Technic A800s. They don’t hurt my ears, but when combined with the air purification mask these definitely get a bit heavy. The headphones look and feel quite large, and are definitely less aesthetically pleasing than other leading over-the-ear headphones.The air purification function seems to work well, but it does blow strangely into my eyes which I find slightly irritating. I would like to see some more stringent testing before I trusted this to replace something like an N95 or an actual respirator for extremely polluted environments.This feels like more of a concept item than a consumer product. I can’t imagine wearing this in the city and going about my day. If you like to attract attention, then maybe you would like this – but for me it is too large and stands out far too much to be practically useful.The visor also blocks your vision significantly and you can definitely “see” it when you’re wearing this. It’s not a deal-breaker, but it makes this much more obtrusive than simply wearing a mask.Overall – this is more a cyberpunk concept item to me than something that I see having a lot of practical value. I think we are a couple iterations off (needs to be much smaller and lighter) from having this type of device ready for daily use.

    2 people found this helpful

  4. JacksonJackson

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Very heavy, but I think these are in everyone’s future!

    So much to unpack here. First, literally unpacking them was a nightmare. I had to rip the box apart to get the headphones out. They are stored in a very nice durable case (once you can get to it). The sound on these is the best I’ve ever heard. Really really great. The noise canceling works very well also. I feel ridiculous when I wear them. My husband asked me if I want a light saber, and he’s right. But honestly, not too far down the road I can see a lot of people wearing them. Just look at all the smoke in the US right now. So, while they for sure look ridiculous I do think given a little more time many people will start wearing them. On the down side, they are very heavy! I tried to wear the headphones on a flight. They were starting to hurt my neck and head. The reason I didn’t wear the visor is I don’t think they are quite one size fits all. I do have a pretty small head. I can fit in kids hats and sunglasses. But to get the visor in an appropriate spot, I have to have the headphones angled in an odd way that does not feel good. I think they would be a better fit for my husband, but I don’t think he’s up to wearing them in public quite yet. Overall, I think Dyson is ahead of their time and just waiting for the rest of us to catch up. This is a very well made piece of equipment and if you are looking for something like this, you probably can’t beat Dyson’s quality!

    3 people found this helpful

  5. Mishkie K

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Comfortable and good, but the filtration is ridiculous – Very expensive

    I bought these simply because I wanted to see what a $1000 pair of headphones do that a $100-$400 pair doesn’t do. Answer seems to be: blow air in your face with a clumsy faceguard. The sound quality IS very good, the noise cancelling is very good and the overall “headset” functions are very good. Not BETTER than the other headsets for a lot less. But these also have a visor that snaps onto the headset (although it is awkward and does not fit well if you have a larger face) to stream filtered air at your face. As there is a big gap between the visor and my nose/mouth, I do not think I am getting 1/2 of the “filtered” air. So with the visor attached, aside from being very absurd looking, it simply pushes air around your face. Some of the air one would breath would be filtered, but nowhere near all. I live in So. Florida, so I was hopeful that the headset and face visor would make things cooler, but it is just blowing hot, humid air in my face, and the tradeoff is looking like I am wearing a motorcycle helmet without the glass visor.Seriously flawed in what it is trying to achieve if the goal is to use Dyson’s air handling technologies to develop a single user air purifying system that is wearable.Kudos to the sound capability and execution, boos to the other aspects of this product.Seriously, this might be a 5 star item as a set of headsets, but adding the air component into the mix, which is purpose of this device, would have dragged it down to a 1 star if the sound we not so good.Bottom line – the filtration is a gimmick and the sound, while very, very good, does not warrant a premium of $500-$600 over the other, very high-end, headsets out there (Bose, Sony, etc.)

    14 people found this helpful

  6. K. Taylor

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    These things are absurd. There’s no getting around it. This is a silly idea. That said, I really quite like the Dyson Zone headphones.OK, so first the headphones themselves. I’m a little hard of hearing and I have terrible tinnitus, so I’m the last person you should listen to about sound quality, but I really like the sound coming out of these things. They mids and highs are clear and crisp, and there’s more than enough bass to suit me. After a couple of days of testing I’m left with the impression that these headphones are a fairly close match to anything I’ve tested from Bose. I’m not saying they’re world changing. They’re just very solid.Onto the air purifier.This thing shouldn’t exist. It looks silly, and after wearing it for about an hour around my city I grew a little tired of the curious looks. The mask is large, covering most of the lower half of your face, and when you throw in the weight of the headphones this is a bulky piece of kit for wearable technology.That said, the air quality in my city is very poor, and right now with temperatures in the high 80s it’s nice to have a stream of cool, clean air blowing into my face as I walk. If there was some way to provide this without looking like a Daft Punk reject I’d be all for it.All in all… hmmmm. This is an objectively silly product. People will look at you. People will judge you. The headphones are bulky and heavy, and the mask is impractical.I like it. I just can’t recommend that anyone should buy it.

    4 people found this helpful

  7. KC

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Superior headphones. Great product!

    I recently purchased the Dyson Zone headphones and I am blown away by their performance.The sound quality is top-notch, with crystal-clear highs and deep, powerful bass. The noise-cancellation feature is also impressive, blocking out all external noise and allowing me to fully immerse myself in my music. Plus, the sleek and modern design adds a touch of style to my daily attire. The battery life is incredible, lasting for hours on end without needing a recharge. The comfortable over-ear fit is perfect for extended wear, making them ideal for long flights or commutes.Overall, I highly recommend the Dyson Zone headphones for anyone looking for a high-quality and stylish audio experience. They have definitely exceeded my expectations and I am extremely satisfied with my purchase.

    One person found this helpful

  8. Ernest Stalnaker

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The sound quality is similar to the AirPods Max, but they are very expensive

    I remember when Dyson announced that they would be coming out with these Dyson Zone headphones. That was back when people were still more worried about COVID, so the idea of having nice headphones that also filter the air you breathe seemed quite appealing. But since then I have discovered that these headphones do not protect you against COVID, although they are supposed to do a good job of filtering out the typical pollution that you would find in a large city environment, such as in Chicago or New York City. I would think that anyone riding the subway every day would be a good candidate for these headphones. They would also be good for taking on an airplane flight, so that you have fresher air to breathe. But keep in mind that when using the air filter, the battery life will be greatly reduced to only about 4 hours. When not using the air filter, the headphones can last up to 50 hours, which is a huge difference. If you remove the front air filtration visor and just use these as regular headphones, they are very impressive. I own both the AirPods Max and Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones, so I know what good headphones should sound like. In terms of how these feel when I’m wearing them, they feel most like my AirPods Max. The sound quality is also very similar, which is excellent. I think the noise cancellation on my Sony headphones is a little better than both the AirPods Max and these Dyson Zone headphones. But when the noise cancellation is turned on, the Dyson headphones don’t bother my ears as much after wearing them for a few hours. If I was taking an international flight of over 10 hours, I would be very happy wearing these headphones for an extended period of time, despite the fact that they are very heavy for a pair of headphones. The padding on the headband and the cushioning on the ears is so good that these headphones are probably the most comfortable ones I have ever worn. But the elephant in the room is the price. These will set you back almost $1,000. You can buy 2 pairs of AirPods Max for the same price, or almost 3 pairs of Sony XM5 headphones. Unless you really need the air filtration feature, these headphones are not a good value. This is definitely a niche product, so it will be interesting to see how long Dyson supports these headphones if they don’t sell well. But they are built like a tank, so I expect them to last me for many years. The only parts I will have to replace are the filters for the air filtration system. I am not sure how much the replacement filters will be, but I’m sure by the time I might need them they will be listed on Dyson’s website.

    5 people found this helpful

  9. Tyler

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    i’m going against the grain on these

    i honestly really like these. lets start with just the headphones. i tested these against a few of the most popular higher end headphones and these were a clear winner. some were upwards of $700. in the range test, these were audible all the way up and down the scale. most of the other headphones were not. the noise cancelation is also very good. they will cut out the majority of the ambient sound in the area. the passthrough mode makes it sound like you don’t even have the headphones on. i took them off and put them back on a few times and there was no difference. i could hear everything clear as day. THX testing also did very well. the surround sound precisely places each sound where it should be coming from, so these will be great for people who like to have that surround experience with movies/music. while they are heavier than any set that i’ve tested, they are still more comfortable. the padding is very well made. the materials used throughout the headset are extremely solid quality. moving on to the air purification. i had to do some research on this. a lot of the reviews i’ve watched basically slammed them for not being as good as an n95 mask. This is NOT what these are made for. they didn’t even market them this way so i’m confused at why people are pointing this out. they basically do the same thing as an air purifier that you would have in your home. it helps purify the air around you and creates a bubble of purified air that blows into your face. the mouthpiece sits about an inch or so from your face. it’s adjustable as well. they do not need to be sealed to your face to deliver purified air. they’re not a medical device, nor does dyson claim they are. they definitely do what they claim they do. the mouthpiece is magnetic, so it makes it really easy to take off and put on. you can also pull it down and let it hang on the bottom magnets. they’re definitely strong enough to hold the mouthpiece without having to worry about it falling off. i will say, they do look a bit awkward but we’re just really not used to seeing stuff like this. there are a few things I would have changed, or that i was a bit dissapointed with though. the mask piece is made of plastic and doesn’t feel as sturdy as i would like. i also don’t understand why they would give you such an amazing case, but not leave room for the mouth piece. it’s already a fairly large case. i’m more worried about protecting the mouthpiece since its so fragile. the headphones are built like a tank. the next issue i have, is the app. the app works fine, its just very limited. with current battery standards, they also don’t last very long with the purifier on high. i don’t really think it’s necessary to run them on high though. although i can hear the motors when the purifier is on, i really don’t think its a big deal. it’s really not that loud and after a few minutes, you pretty much forget about them. these headphones clearly aren’t for everyone. i understand that, but i don’t think they’re priced wrong. the majority of what they are supposed to do, they do. they do it very well without cutting corners.

    One person found this helpful

  10. James H

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Heavy and weird

    I am gonna explain my mixed review:The negative:- These are heavier than they need to be because of the fans inside the headset.- The zone mask is awkward and prevents you from being able to speak with any volume. It also while it fits okay, it really does not seem any better than just breathing. Maybe it would be more effective in areas with heavy smog, but i live in the country so that had no benefit.The positive:+ The noise cancellation is great. I can hardly hear anything other than what I am wanting to hear.+ The audio quality is top notch. I cried listening to certain songs because there was a depth to them I had never heard before (See Johnny Cash’s cover of Hurt).+ Despite the fans, these do not look TOO goofy when the mask is off.+ The battery life is decent. Ive used them on and off for two days without needing to recharge at all.+ These are super comfortable. The ear covers and the padding on the top is really soft. Like, ULTRA soft.So, if you want the top line and the most extra thing possible, get these. If you want a good pair of headphones there are probably lighter and less awkward options.

    12 people found this helpful

  11. Ethan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wearable air purifier?!

    I like that these adjust the airflow speed depending on my activity. Brisk walk turns the airflow higher, run turns it up to max automatically. It’s comfortable, syncs to my phone. Just wish it also intelligently switched to my PC when I’m wearing it at home. An optional airtight seal would also be nice.

    7 people found this helpful

  12. Spring Newman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Super cool and unique headphones!

    Wow! These Dyson Zone Headphones are awesome and definitely unique. I’ve been using Dyson products for years and absolutely love everything I’ve ever bought from them, these headphones are no different. First they come packaged very nicely in a super fancy case that will protect them well. The headphones are very stylish with a cool design, and the air purifier visor makes you look futuristic. They are high quality in every way, well built and solid. The headphones have incredible sound quality, very clear, loud, and a punchy bass. The noise cancellation is superb, I can’t hear any outside noise and never get distracted when wearing these, it’s honestly next level. They are super comfortable, the ear muffs are plush and well cushioned, I can wear them for hours no problem. Now the visor is definitely interesting wearing it outside, I’ve gotten many looks and people asking what’s it’s for lol. It’s easy to attach and take off. It does a wonderful job filtering the air, giving me much cleaner and fresher air to breathe in, and you can instantly tell the difference. As long as you don’t mind being the center of attention while your walking down the street, then you will love the air purification visor. I love this set and have been using it often. It’s very pricey, but I can see why now that I use them all the time, the quality of them is just fantastic. Overall I’m very satisfied and would recommend. Having these headphones will definitely make you stand out, but in a good way. Another amazing product from Dyson!

    2 people found this helpful

  13. MelissaMelissa

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product, but overpriced and probably unnecessary

    So right off the bat, I was not off to a good start with these headphones. I actually had to google how to turn them on, because there is no instruction manual provided, and the details on the box are limited. Once I got that sorted, set up was super quick and easy.(Simple pro/con list at the bottom if you just want the bullet points)You have to download the MyDyson app from the play store, and pair these to the app and your phone. Pairing was a bit of a pain, and took a few tries but once I got it set up, the rest went smoothly. The app is very easy to use, and has all the information you need to get set up and start using these.First thing you need to do is put the filters provided into the ear cups. They are easy to twist off and get back on.Headphone quality: For $1,000 these are pretty darn good headphones. They sure blow my $150 pair out of the water sound quality wise. Noise cancelling is also fantastic, the best I’ve ever had in a product hands down.To turn them on initially, you hold down the little button on the left that looks like a fan. Why that one? I don’t know. It was confusing to me at first. There is absolutely no indication that this button is the power for the whole thing.Once you get everything set up, these turn off automatically when you take them off your head, and turn back on automatically when you put them on. I find this to be a VERY neat feature. I love it. It connects to my phone immediately, and I don’t have to go through the hassle of turning them on and pairing every time. Fantastic.Is the sound quality $1,000 good? – No. You can spend half the money on a pair of headphones and get the same or better quality. I would say, if you are not actively planning on using the air filtration system, do not get these. It’s just not worth the money you will spend. In addition, they do not get very loud. I myself don’t need them to get extremely loud, especially with the fantastic noise cancelling. But if you’re someone who likes to get your ear drums blown out with amazing sound, these probably aren’t the headphones for you.My major issue with the APP – lack of customization options for the sound. If you don’t like the sound out of the box, too bad. You cannot adjust treble, EQ, etc. They do have a bass boost, which is nice. But you cannot adjust any settings other than that, which came as a huge disappointment. I do happen to like how they sound, but there are a few tweaks I would make if I had the ability.One thing I do like is the sound tracking on the app. It shows you how long you listen each session, and your sound limit. If your sound is too loud, it will track that and let you know. Hey, turn that down! You’re gonna go deaf.Now for the air filtration system – This is such a cool feature. However, there are very few instances in which I would use this. I can’t say that these wouldn’t be necessary for someone out there, you just need to make the determination if it’s worth it for you. As a feature, it seems to work well. Once you put the visor on the headphones, the air system turns on automatically which I love. They attach to the headphones magnetically, so you don’t need to take the headphones off and mess around with it. It’s very easy to get them on and off, but once on it sits very securely. The visor is adjustable, so it will fit all sizes of heads. The app monitors the air quality for you.Due to all the tech fit into these headphones, they are quite heavy. However, they have a lot of cushion and are quite comfortable to wear for long periods of time. To test, I wore them for about 6 hours straight, and I didn’t find myself getting any neck pains, no upper back pains, no head pains. They are extremely comfortable. I have a small head, and a lot of headphones are just slightly too big for me. That is not an issue with these. The size is very adjustable so odds are these will fit just about everyone.OVERALL, these are great headphones/air filters. It’s a product that is probably a little ahead of its time, but one that I can see being necessary in the future. Especially if you live in a place with a lot of air pollution.Do I think that right now, they are worth $1,000? No.Ok now here is a simple pro/con list for these headphones:PROS:- great noise cancellation- great sound quality- air filtration works and is a fun gimmick- visor is easy to get on and off- comfortable to wear for long periods of time- auto on/off when you put them on and take them off- quick pairing- fantastic carrying caseCONS:- lack of customization of sound in the app- lack of instruction manual for the headphones themselves!- too expensive- Inability to take air filtration system completely off of the headphones when not in use. This makes the headphones clunky and heavy.

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  14. LWT50

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Baffling or genius? Somewhere in the middle

    I like Dyson products. I said it. They make impressive devices that last. I have a Dyson Animal vacuum cleaner that’s about 10 years old and that thing is a champ. It’s still going as strong as day one. When I first saw the new Dyson Zone headphones, I couldn’t decide if they were genius or baffling. The answer is somewhere right down the middle.First of these are heavy. I have planar magnetic headphones that are lighter, and those things are beasts. These weigh down on the top of my head and become uncomfortable for long periods of use. When the air filter thing is attached, it’s a little heavier, and they get pulled forward.The air filter is… well, an air filter that blows clean air at your face. After the last few years of forest fire season, I think these will be a nice household addition when we’re once again inundated with smoke and the AQI is 185. The filters work as advertised and they blow a soothing amount of air across your nose and mouth. You can crank up the fan if you want a strong breeze, but it will drain the battery.I guess my biggest issue with the headphones is the sound. It’s just okay. For a grand I would hope they had better sound. They are somewhat neutral, but they don’t do anything really well. Treble is not sparkly, and there is some sibilance. Bass is not deep, although you can add some extra with the app. Mids are a little recessed. They sound like middling $150 noise canceling headphones that don’t cancel noise all that well. When the fans are running, you can hear them on the side of your head. Annoying.They look a little weird, but if you don’t mind being reverse Starlord, they could look worse. They come in a nice rubber case with a spinning lock. Overall, these are a 2 1/2 star item. I rounded up because I feel like while these are weird and very first gen, they may become something used by more people in the future. If you’ve ever had 2 weeks of forest fire blanketing your neighborhood, you know what I mean. Maybe 20 years from now they will be commonplace. Or maybe they’ll be highlighted on a retro tech review show with laughter. Who can tell for sure?

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  15. SW

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Rare Dyson Dud

    Dyson has created a lot of high quality products I really like, including my favorite vacuum cleaners—as a multi-pet household we’ve used nothing but Dysons for more than 2 decades now—the Dyson hair dryer and the Airwrap.So, I was interested in trying their take on headphones, with the more than a little odd addition of a wearable air purifier.Like most Dyson products, the packaging design and build-quality of the headphones is impressive. These are serious, and sturdy feeling cans. Which is both a blessing and a curse, as these are heavy, making longtime wear uncomfortable.I’m not a serious audiophile, but the sound quality seemed pretty darn great to me and the noise cancellation was very good. Definitely comparable with the Airpods Max, though the Dyson are a lot less comfortable.These attached easily to my iPhone or laptop, sometimes too easily, as they’d keep trying to reconnect to the other, even when I was trying to use them with another device—a problem I never have with the Airpods.The weird-looking mouthpiece, air filter, well, it actually didn’t feel awful. The air felt cool and not really fan-like, yet refreshing. I can kinda see why someone on a plane in 2020 or 2021 thought this would be a good idea, but I honestly can’t imagine wearing this in public. Not even my kids, who thought it looked kinda cool and space age-y, were interested in wearing this out of the house.But the biggest issue, if the cut-rate Star Trek rip-off form factor doesn’t freak you out, is the battery life, which is abysmal. An hour, maybe two if you’re not using the air filter, makes these super pricey headphones nearly useless. They also seem to wear down even when you’re not using them. Plugged them in overnight, looked fully charged, then went to use them later in the day and they’re dead, without ever having turned them on.Sky high price tag, uncomfortable, abysmal battery life … These are the rare Dyson dud.

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  16. jackly

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    love them!!

    This Dyson Zone is absolutely amazing!! I’ve heard about this on tiktok and Instagram so I just thought I had to get one myself and I absolutely love this!! These are totally wireless which is very practical. This also comes in a advance audio noise cancellation. The mouth piece is used for purifying the air and oxygen around you. I love this feature because my neighborhood smells like sewage and there’s often a lot of smoke, so to prevent the bad stuff getting in, I use this. I also love the headphones, the sound quality is amazing!! Overall I really like this product and I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is interested in this product!!

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  17. Shaw

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A breath of fresh air

    I got it for myself while woodworking. There is constantly fine particles of saw dust in the air and I know I had to breath in a bunch of it. Not only does these headphones help with that problem but it’s great for protecting my hearing too. Five stars all the way. Great job Dyson

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  18. Bryon PK

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    If you enjoy people looking at you kinda funny while you listen to music, you’ll love these.

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    The Dyson Zone air purifying headphones are built of very high-quality materials, as would be expected of any Dyson product. The only piece that has a lower quality feeling is the magnetically attached face piece that channels filtered air to your nose and mouth. It is very lightweight, thin plastic, but upon inspection, I found it to be rather strong. It’s flexible, so before breaking, it should flex and maybe even pop off of the headphones.The sound quality is above average, and I would even go as saying they are much closer to “higher end,” then they are budget headphones. There is nothing low budget about these headphones, from the price to the materials to the construction, technology and last but not least, the fact that they filter air and blow across your face so you can breathe it in. These may be gimmicky, but they may one day catch on, who knows. what I can say is that even if I don’t use the air filtration system, I’ll still have a pretty darn awesome pair of headphones, albeit a bit on the heavy side, but that’s OK, so am I.

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  19. C. Boettner

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    The sound in these headphones is superb, and the noise canceling is spectacular. Really, really happy with them. Not a huge fan of the air purifier, but just a personal preference and don’t really need it for where I live, but the concept is great. A bit awkward at first, but you get used to it.

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  20. Johnathan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Dyson Zone

    These things sound amazing. When I first saw them I thought they seemed unique and wasn’t sure how they would sound considering they were Dyson. They sound amazing, much better than most other headsets I’ve used before. The mask is a little goofy in my opinion but I can see it’s uses, especially in the city. Considering you get top quality air purifier and sound in one device I would say the price isn’t bad as well.

  21. ReviewCouple

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pricey but superior quality

    It’s a lot to fork-up for something as odd as this, but you’re definitely getting Dyson quality here in my opinion.

  22. Colin M.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Audiophiles – hear me out – these are the best sounding ANC headphones.

    We all laughed (myself included) when these came out. They’re absurd. The chinbar is so hilariously cringe. They’re so bulky. And they were a GRAND. And Dyson isn’t exactly known for… headphones.But now that they’re seemingly sunsetting the product (or just lowing the price to a humane level) they are competitively priced against the Focal Bathys, so I figured I’d try it since many reviewers said they sounded fantastic.And they were so right. These are better than the Focal Bathys. Let me pitch these as a real product that you might be interested in.For starters, just ignore the chinbar. It’s kinda cheap feeling and looks absurd. I’m going to give it a shot MAYBE when the pacific northwest fire season rolls around and we’re all breathing campfire smoke, It might be fun to try. But the headphones still work without the chinbar, and I’m going to review them like that. As a pair of headphones.Based on looks, these are stupidly good looking. They’re very big, quite heavy, and very ostentatious, so if you require subtlety and light weight, these won’t satisfy. But they are EXTRMELY comfortable, with a perfect clamp force on my large motorcycle helmet sized head and average ears, and the headband has given me no hotspots in hours of use. It almost feels like a suspension setup. The pads are just lovely to touch. The whole thing is frankly. Everything is gorgeously machined metal. they even painted the inside of the silver filter grates just to give it a subtle blue shadow effect. And the blue. This ultramarine blue is simply stunning. Like, this might be my new favorite shade of blue. I want a car that’s this color. A couch. It’s a ROYAL blue through and through, almost violet in low light, to a vivid, ultra saturated blue under sunlight. I’m seriously not capable of selling how amazing the paint/anodizing is.The whole thing (minus the cheap plastic feeling chinbar that kinda had to be for weight unless they went carbon fiber) truly feels like a thousand dollar product. From the swivels to the pivots, the fit and finish, even the case has the single most satisfying knob ever to lock it. EVEN THE USB-C CABLE has machined and custom silicone strain relief and a custom braid that matches the pouch for the chinbar, and it all fits nicely into the far too nice, far too bulky case that I kinda love to interact with.The app works. It’s the same app dyson uses for their other products. It has some fun health info, the headphones (while the fans run) measure ambient NO2 levels and give you an AQI snapshot. It tells you the decibels outside the headphones and inside (so you can kinda know if you’re playing your music too loudly) and it has three basic EQ settings – I went with bass boost because I want a fun EQ setting when I’m using wireless headphones. Some reviewers have mentioned an 8khz peak on graphs – it really doesn’t have any sharpness around there. It’s not overly warm and smooth, but it’s not shouty or sibilant either. But I also would have really appreciated if they included a custom EQ option. I’ll talk more about the sound later.The earcups are pretty deep and the pads are lovely – dyson doesn’t sell replacements, but they are attached to a frame that quarter-turns off, and I’m thinking any good XL sized round pad from dekoni or the like will fit over the frame (you do have to peel them off the frame though so I’m not going to try, but I’d call it a 95% confidence.)The controls are a minor weak point. You have to tap on the headphones anywhere twice to switch between ANC on and transparency. I would have preferred they include an ANC off mode in that, but you can turn it off manually in the app. And you have to get used to RAPPING your finger on them, not a gentle capacitive touch, two thumps – I like doing the sides of the headband and found it the most reliable. The knob on the back is nice to use, but isn’t programmable either. It’d be nice if it was.The biggest let-down to me is that they can’t do wired audio via the USB-C. It only charges. I don’t know if Dyson could add that function via firmware update or if they only wired that usb-c port for voltage, but I really, truly wish that I could use them wired, because eventually the batteries will wear out and I absolutely adore the way they sound, and they’re built like heirloom headphones. They are somewhat disassemble-able, but I think the batteries are in the headband, which doesn’t look like it is. Either way, if I can get 5-10 years out of them, I’ll be happy.Now, for the ANC. It’s absolutely, positively top tier. Airpods max top tier. Essentially ZERO pressure and zero white noise hiss. They iron out a good amount of high frequencies too. If you’re playing anything, even at low volume, someone speaking directly to you is completely silent. And the passthrough is equally phenomenal. No robotic noises at all, it’s genuinely fine to just put ’em in passthrough and have a full conversation. I can even listen to media on my TV with them in passthrough and it sounds like 95% like I’m wearing nothing at all. The ANC can’t quite mask the fan noise when the chinbar is running, it’s still there and slightly intrusive, but as headphones alone, the ANC is on par with the kings. Doesn’t have issues with loud sudden clapping/banging noises like slamming a cabinet, doesn’t get confused and angry by low thrumming noises like the engines on the ferry I commute on (many ANC products fail here and try to murder me by not being able to keep up and going out of phase) and high winds don’t phase it whatsoever.And now for the sound. Like I said in the title, these are the best sounding wireless headphones I think money can buy. Some people are liking the audeze maxwells, and while those are cheaper, they don’t have ANC, so I consider them a different product – though wireless 90mm planars are something I very much need to get a pair of. I haven’t tried some of the other megapremium options, but these are right in the focal bathys and airpods max range right now, and they absolutely demolish the airpods and I think between the bathys and these, the Dysons win handily. With the bass boost, they are fun, lively, not fatiguing, and just phenomenal all-rounders. The bass goes ALL the way down, with the sub bass rumble in something like “children of the omnissiah” being intense as it sweeps down to like 20hz. The midbass is punchy and impactful, with very, very minimal bleed into the lower mids. the mids are full and clean, with well defined layering and separation, excellent placement and imaging, and a solid soundstage. The treble is clear and clean, not too shimmery, and I honestly can’t pick out that supposed 8khz peak. Whoever tuned these is a master. If your only frame of reference is bose, apple, sony XM’s, or sennheiser momentum, these are in a whole other class of fidelity. These have a cohesively superb sound that’s pushing up into the range that I’d put my $3000 grado GS3000’s in.They use LDHC for a codec, which is the absolute highest bitrate possible, and pushing for what FLAC itself can do, so I really can’t detect any loss or compression compared to my wired headphones. I’ve noticed no meaningful delay or lag with them either, gaming is just fine (and the imaging and placement really, really make them good gaming headphones)Which brings me to the final thoughts – at ~$550, these are maybe the best wireless, ANC headphones you can buy. The whole package is supremely luxurious, and dyson clearly spared ZERO expense in quality of build/materials, and on the professional expertise of sound engineers to tune the ANC and passthrough to rival apple, and the sound quality to go toe to toe with the real audiophile heavy hitters.But the fact that they’re now at a reasonable price makes me concerned about something – support. I think we all know these were a marketing idea that dyson took way, way too seriously in making a legitimate product. But I am worried about dyson continuing to support them for 5 or 10 years with earpads, replacement chinbars as they break, extra filters (they only come with one single set) or software/firmware updates to keep them working well as technology marches on. That part gives me pause.And to be honest, Dyson could have a potential market leading idea here. Take out the air filters and fans (which I know, kinda makes them no longer “dyson”) and use this audio tech and ANC in a smaller, lighter headphone, and only ask $400-500 for them – they’d be a legitimate headphone manufacturer and a seriously competitive option. But for what they are now, if you’re down with a bit of a gimmick in design and potentially not much more support, they’re still a super compelling product. Also the chinbar makes for some hilarious “hey wanna see the stupidest product ever made?” conversations with your coworkers.

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  23. KP

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    its a great headset for mobile

    i like it. but for the price i thought it will sound great no matter the device. I tested this on my PC it connects however the sound quality drops compared to the phone for some reason. Also the longer u wear it the more uncomfortable it will be. like the top of my head it presses so hard that it gets uncomfortable but i will keep using it hopefully it will get flex. will update my review in the future the above is Day 2 of constant usage

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  24. Jaime

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Like it very nice. Big but nice

    I really like it

  25. Osprey

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Stick to vacuums Dyson

    I tried to like this thing, but it just has so many issues I cannot. I am not going to talk about how it looks, because I knew going into this that wearing headphones with a weird visor was going to look absolutely absurd.The air filtration only works with the visor attached, so you can only get purified air when you have the silly thing in front of your face. That is a silly design decision, as it would be fantastic if this could send out a stream of air around my face rather than directed straight at my face. I think that the air is activated when the magnets on the visor connect, so am going to experiment with a workaround (and maybe break off the visor magnets) to get non-visor air flow working.The air flow from the visor goes to my mouth and nose, but also to my eyes and after about 10 minutes of use I was already having dry eye issues. I suppose if you live in a humid area that is less of a concern, but here in the desert it made wearing this pretty uncomfortable.The visor juts out enough that it restricts your downward vision. Want to glance down at your feet while wearing this? Too bad. Want to recline and look at your phone? Forget it.So the visor is basically a total bust. Even without factoring in how absurd it looks, it just is not a good feature at all. It dries my eyes, obstructs my vision, and is annoying in all respects. Good luck talking, eating, or drinking with this thing on.That leaves the headphones. They are fine. The sound quality is very good and the noise cancelling is very good. Add in the fan noise and they probably have some of the best noise cancelling around. They are very comfortable (great ear pads), but are heavier than other high quality headphones I own. You can get headphones that are lighter, equally comfortable, better (or equally good) sound quality, and equally good noise cancelling for a small fraction of the price of these behemoths.It is pretty rare that I regret picking a product from the Vine program, but I definitely regret this one. While I did not have to pay full price, I could have gotten the newest flagship sony’s for the amount of income tax I am going to have to pay for these silly things.EDIT: after disassembling the visor and figuring out how to use air filtration without the whole visor in place, I am bumping up my review from a two star to a three star. The visor has two Torx screws on each side of it near where it connects to the headphones. If you remove those you lose the face shield and end up with two short stubs that magnetically attache to the headphones. Those will activate the airflow feature. Those stubs direct air forward, and I can still feel fresh air coming past my face. This eliminated the vid ability issues, the absurdity of the face visor, and the eye dryness issues that I had. With the air on, noise canceling is a little better as you have some additional white noise. It would be fantastic if Dyson included an attachment like this, so that you don’t have to disassemble the visor. They could even include a little directional piece at the end that would let you direct your flow a little bit better. With this hack, air goes straight out and provides at least son purification and your breathing so. As an added bonus, if you look at somebody, you turn into a little fan for them. Much better products with this mild modification.

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  26. Mo headphones

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing audio

    Had these for a day now…. And I must say they weren’t what I expected. These things are bright almost as the AirPods Max… however the bass is booming and rich without the over bearing booms. Unless the song contains it. There pricy and I bought these more as a novelty item…. But I am impressed with the audio. Clean crisp clear and booms… The airflow from the mask is refreshing and yes it does drain the battery rather fast Was going to return these …. But they sound beautiful and became

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  27. Jason A. Friedman

    1.0 out of 5 stars


    The suction on the ear cups caused my eardrum to rupture when I removed the headphones.Avoid at all costs.

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  28. Anthony Pantliano

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    So hard to rate… they are truly unique in the market.

    FAST FACTS:PROS: Excellent sound quality, sublime build and materials, amazing case, nice controls, plush cushioning.CONS: Heavy, heavy, heavy. Big, big, big.DETAILED REVIEW:Dyson’s Zone Headphones are so unique. I struggle to rate them. If I’m rating them as personal air purifiers that also function as sublime sounding headphones then these are a home run. If you take the air purifier function out of the equation, and don’t plan to use that function much, then I don’t think they are worth the compromise in comfort and size.The Dysons are very nicely made. The materials are a mixture of metal and plastic. Everything feels substantial and robust. These headphones look and feel special and unique. Even the case is wonderful and feels like a vault.I connected the Dysons to my iPad Pro and iPhone 12 Mini, both of which are running iOS 17. They connected easily, and it was simple to switch between the two devices. The Bluetooth connection is strong and I am able to walk a good distance before the sound starts to break up. I also downloaded the companion app. The app is simple, but necessary, since it shows you how the controls work. Speaking of, the controls are easy to use and work well.Used as headphones, sound quality is excellent. Bass is strong and present, but never overwhelms. The bass is tightly controlled and sound and feels great. Vocals are warm and distinct. There is good separation between vocals and background instruments, and the instruments themselves. The music sounds immersive and enveloping without sounding artificial. I listened to a wide variety of music genres from pop, to low-fi, to jazz, to classical… everything sounded equally great. I also own a pair of Sony 1000XM5 and Dali headphones and the Dysons sound as good as either of those.The ANC is excellent. When I turn it on it drowns out exterior noise very effectively. I feel like I am in a personal sound free bubble. The ANC is easily as good as Sony.The unique air purifier feature… is unique. It’s a look, and you need to know that you will look like a bit of an oddity wearing the air purifier mask. If you’re sitting in an out of the way area, or on a plane, you should not draw much attention, but don’t walk around with it on if you want to be low key. It’s thoughtfully designed and feels fairly comfortable for what it is. I can’t speak to how well it works at truly cleaning the air, but it smells fresh and clean. The app allows you to monitor air quality.The headphones are very nicely cushioned and have a supportive headband with a unique three cushion set-up. The ear cups are densely cushioned and comfortable. That cushioning is necessary since these headphones are so heavy and big. They dwarf the Sony and Dali headphones in weight and size. They are very noticeable when you put them on. You never forget you are wearing them. You also never forget that you are carrying them on you either. The case is huge.If you are not using the air purifier then battery life is great, but it plummets quickly when you use the purifier.All in all… unique.

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  29. Mark

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth it

    Headphones really cancel out darn near all sound it’s amazing, better than the AirPods Pro max, the air venting is pretty nice, the face mask is a little more flimsy than I’d expect would be nice if it was a little more rigid but it does its job, fantastic to have on airplanes I strongly recommend it.

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  30. A Reliable Source

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Don’t listen to the haters! Know what you’re getting.

    First let me clear up the reviewer that said the suction ruptured their eardrum. What??? Not sure what suction they’re talking about as these are much like standard headphones the pads on the ears don’t suction to anything.Okay now onto my review – Travel much? I use these primarily on the train and on planes. I travel at least twice a month and like not having to breathe every cough and sneeze from the sick folks who should’ve stayed home.During COVID my friend on the ASHRAE board said that HEPA filtration was the best defense against airborne contaminants. I know “scientists” have squabbled about the efficacy of the air purification on this product, but some is surely better than none.As for sound quality I think it hits the mark. I’m not completely blown away like how some Bose products make me feel, but it’s definitely an 8.5 out of 10 and if you shop around you can find the absolute + model which comes in a different color with extra filters and case for about what you pay for the apple headphones.Now these are big headphones so I don’t think I’m winning any fashion awards. I’m also not looking for a date while traveling so if you’re concerned about your appearance at all times these may not be for you. I get some stares here and there but I like being transported to my own world where I am breathing cleaner air and isolated from all the nonsense of crying kids and noisy adults.I’ve also heard you can test these out at certain stores. I’m supporting this product because innovation is necessary and I applaud Dyson for using their resources to move the needle. Imagine what the 3rd generation of this device could do? Pollution is a huge issue globally and even if Dyson stepped in the mud a little this is still a muddy step in the right direction.Oh and turn them off when not in use! I think they connect to my phone often and that has been draining the battery so I turn them off when not in use – hold the fan button 5 seconds and don’t have them on your head because the Bluetooth pairing beep (happens at 3 seconds holding fan button) can be loud.

  31. PJ

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    These are definitely a pair of quite unique headphones. It’s not really like any other pair I’ve tried, and sadly it doesn’t quite feel polished. I do feel that I recall that this has been quite the ongoing project, so I understand why it was finally just released, but I suppose at least there’s still plenty of room for improvement.I do like the sound quality of these headphones, those personally I feel the design could do with a little improvement. I personally feel that matte textures generally look a lot more high class and fancy, but this is all shiny and a particularly bold blue color. That being said, since the filter is in the mask and it can be too heavy lest it fall, a lot of weight sit in the ear section of the headphones. In the end, even after acknowledging that there’s still plenty of progress needs to be made, I can’t help but be at least a little persuaded by just how over the top these are.

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