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Claiming your Bluetooth headset as the “world’s best” is a dangerous statement to make, but one that manufacturer Sennheiser believes its latest cans are worthy of.

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Sennheiser’s MM 450 Travel headset

Sennheiser’s MM 450 Travel headset does away with a pesky cable by opting to communicate with your media player or mobile phone over Bluetooth 2.1.

The MM 450 Travel has been designed for frequent travellers and, as such, sports a design that allows the headset to fold in on itself for compact suitcase or laptop bag storage. The headset’s headband is also reinforced with a metal backing for safe packing.

Noise cancellation technology is included to prevent unwanted background noises from ruining your musical enjoyment. If you’re connected to a mobile phone and a call comes in, a single button press on the MM 450 Travel activates the integrated microphone ensuring you don’t have to take the headset off to take a call.

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Noise cancellation blocks unwanted sounds

The integrated lithium-ion battery can be charged over a USB connection.

Sennheiser’s MM 450 Travel headset is available now, priced at an eye-watering £290 ($479/€317). ®

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