headache prevention

I’m pretty sure at least part of the reason people feel so crappy after long flights is the drone of the engines and air rushing past and internal cabin systems. So when I saw a pair of noise-cancellation headphones before our most recent trip over at woot.com — purveyor of geeky stuff at can’t-bear-to-pass-it-up prices — I knew I had to try it. Especially because it was not a several hundred dollar pair of the big-name headphones. In fact, even amazon.de wants 170 € for the same set.

Nope, these cost a mere 60 bones that day on woot.com. I’d say they were worth it, because we could watch the in-flight movies without having to blast our ears with volume to overcome the ambience, and just generally talk to each other without having to yell. These were great: carrying case, adaptor kits for various jack formats, and they were even pretty comfortable for a couple hours at a time.

I should have bought two of them.

2 thoughts on “headache prevention”

  1. Sarah

    Don’t worry, chief. They’ll probably come around again on woot. They seem to repeat things.

  2. malge

    yeah aren’t they great? when i flew to see you guys in PV i used a pair and noticed i could hear the flight attendant better that way. ‘course she got grumpy thinking that i wasn’t polite enough to take them off…
    helpful on the T too.

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