These Outstanding Incase Reflex Headphones Are On Sale, And It’s Probably The Best Bargain You’ll See All Month

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It was a bit of an odd moment when Incase — which up to that point almost exclusively focused on bags and cases — announced a couple of years ago that they’d started making headphones. Even more surprising was that the headphones really, really rocked.

Of the four models, the best deal was probably the second-most expensive of the bunch, the on-the-ear Reflex: velvety looks, a rugged build and sound quality that many gadget sites, including us, thought beat out headphones twice as expensive.

Still, the Reflex didn’t generate as much buzz as perhaps they should have, and at $90 they were one of the most underrated headphones on the market; then Incase cut the price to $60.

And now they’re on sale at $30, which makes them, well, completely irresistible.

We’re not exactly sure why Incase’s headphones lineup is on sale, as they haven’t responded to our inquiries; it seems that pretty much all the Reflex colors are available.

If over-the-ear is more your thing, the Sonics, originally $150, are also on sale.

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  • plowery

    I have the Over-Ear Sonic version of these Incase Headphones and I can say without ANY doubt that they are the most COMFORTABLE headphones I’ve ever owned. I do a lot of graphic design and love to put these on and escape at work. Highly recommend these or the Over-Ear Sonics. The sound quality will surprise you.

  • Seoung

    I bought this exact headphones at TJ Maxx for $20 a month ago… They had ton of them. They sounds really good and comfortable!

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