Parrot Zik headphones
Hi-fi traditionalists may well scoff at the idea that French upstart Parrot could team with trendy hotel designer Phillipe Starck and produce a pair of headphones to give most of the established high-end brands a run for their money. But they would be very, very wrong, because these latest wireless Bluetooth-powered Parrot Zik headphones not only look utterly beautiful, they really do offer top quality sound too.
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