Turned off by Sennheiser's sober approach to earphone design? These smart – and expensive – earclip numbers could get you excited
Sennheiser is renowned for eschewing aesthetic nonsense in favour of offering great sound quality at a good price, but these in-ear flagships mark the German company's first step onto the earphone catwalk.
Style and superior sound
The OMX 90 VC Styles were launched alongside the company's new Sport range, but are still ideal for your morning jog thanks to their over-the-ear design, which prevents slippage.
This makes them look uncannily like Bang & Olufsen's A8s, although they cost half as much and benefit from Sennheiser’s unrivalled sound-per-pound quality.
We're still fans of the company's basic MX500s for jukebox duty, but if your ears are requesting something with a touch more panache, these should be top of your earphones list.
Sennheiser OMX 90 VC Style review
Penny-pinchers should steer clear, but Sennheiser's best combination yet of sound and style is worth the premium
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