They've been around that ~$100 price for a while. I've yet to see an example in the wild that has the drivers wired correctly though - if that weren't an issue (you can unscrew it in software, but seriously, for $100...), they're acceptable for the price. Comfortable, seemingly durable (I'll put it this way: the manufacturer demonstrations show them being bent/abused in ways that I'm not brave enough to test at home, and other YT viewers have gone ahead and put those claims to the test without breaking them - but I'm not about to try flattening a pair of headphones or twisting them 360* on my dime), available fitted hardcase, and if the looks do something for you, not a terrible headphone. But I can't overstate this enough: I have not seen a production example with the earcups properly wired out of the box.
What do you mean exactly when you say the earcups aren't properly wired?