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Bose© In-Ear Headphones are only £59.00 delivered from John Lewis!

£59.00 @ John Lewis
I know we're going to get some people saying "why pay £60 for a set of headphones"?! But these are Bose, and that means quality, as far as I'm concerned. I tried these out with a friend, and they are … Read More
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1d, 2m agoFound 1 decade, 2 months ago
I know we're going to get some people saying "why pay £60 for a set of headphones"?! But these are Bose, and that means quality, as far as I'm concerned. I tried these out with a friend, and they are brill. Use one of the £10 discount code attached below, they have free delivery at the minute as well, making these £59 delivered.

Quidco.com - might be 5 - 8% cashback as well, not sure what category these fall into.


Blurb: Enjoy full, rich sound with distinct clarity and warmth with the Bose© in-ear headphones. They incorporate Bose© Triport technology for greater low-frequency output and a more balanced, lifelike sound.
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#1
I got these for my birthday and they're superb....the comfiest things you can put in your ear bar none and the sound is just fantastic.

On the downside, they're so comfy because they have little plastic moulds which go on the end of the ear things...and there's 3 different sizes so you can fit whichever suits. But they're a pain in the bum and keep pinging off - which is bad enough when you're in your bedroom, but it's even worse when you're on a train and have to go scooting round people's ankles to get them back.

Still...well worth having.
#2
ourdave
...but it's even worse when you're on a train and have to go scooting round people's ankles to get them back.


LMAO :)

Always wanted a legitimate reason to do that :whistling:
#3
But these are Bose, and that means quality,


No, unfortunately it doesn't.

But I guess that is a can of worms that should be opened elsewhere ...
#4
You may want to read a few reviews for these earphones before splashing out on them :whistling:

CNET Editor's review

PCMag.com review

I went for a pair of Shure E4C-G (Gaming Edition) earphones from Amazon. They were a fair few bob more than the Bose, but are a bargain when it's rival counterparts are in the £150-200 range!
#5
Janner
No, unfortunately it doesn't.

But I guess that is a can of worms that should be opened elsewhere ...



They've got great marketing! :w00t:
#6
WOW these earphones are great bought them a few days ago but off of simplebuying.co.uk they're £50, I had a pair of cx300 earphones but these don't compare to them these are the best earphones I've ever had, bought a second pair for my sister and she can't wait to get them. ;^)

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