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Bose Quiet Comfort 35 (QC35) Headphones @ Peter Tyson for £274.00

£274.00 @ Peter Tyson Audio Visual
First deal posted... Feedback welcome. Black only left in stock. Which is my preference anyway. Best price for these that I can find at the moment - not as good as deals around black Friday or Amazo… Read More
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6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago
First deal posted... Feedback welcome.

Black only left in stock. Which is my preference anyway.

Best price for these that I can find at the moment - not as good as deals around black Friday or Amazon Italy recently but as good as I can find.

I have just had John Lewis confirm that they will price match too.

Price normally £289.99
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Sorry ... site is called HOTukdeals not BESTICANFINDATTHEMOMENTukdeals :)
1 Like #2
Yeah, £16 less isn't amazing but at least you posted a deal, well done ;)
#3
I'm waiting for the Sony mdr-1000x to drop in price. Has a lot of features which I and other reviewers prefer over the q35. They all do say that the bose have great comfort to wear for long hours so have a look and see what you think.
When you are spending over £250 you want to make sure it's a purchase you won't regret.

Jk

Edited By: mojo5110 on Dec 29, 2016 21:02: more clarity
#5
Ugh. Bose products are really good but very overpriced. :( Still hot.
#6

Yes saw these at PCR but had never dealt with them before - and wanted to get them from somewhere I trust therefore ideally wanted someone like John Lewis to price match - as (for me) this is rather a big purchase and want to be able to trust the customer service should anything not be perfect.

As for Quidco... not sure if its just me but the values never seem to track as high as advertised (if at all)
#7
mojo5110
I'm waiting for the Sony mdr-1000x to drop in price. Has a lot of features which I and other reviewers prefer over the q35. They all do say that the bose have great comfort to wear for long hours so have a look and see what you think.
When you are spending over £250 you want to make sure it's a purchase you won't regret.

Jk

Thanks for the note. Will look into these too.

Have already researched the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0, B&W P7, and the B&O H7 and had decided on the Bose but must have missed these Sony's, but having had a quick look the reviews look good :)
#8
markovanbaston

Yes saw these at PCR but had never dealt with them before - and wanted to get them from somewhere I trust therefore ideally wanted someone like John Lewis to price match - as (for me) this is rather a big purchase and want to be able to trust the customer service should anything not be perfect.

As for Quidco... not sure if its just me but the values never seem to track as high as advertised (if at all)


I see your point preferring to purchase from a credible vendor such as John Lewis but if something goes wrong Bose Warranty will take good care of you, I have the QC25's purchased in the States, after 8 months, every now and then I would hear a slight hissing sound, I contacted Bose C.S UK and they swapped them over right away. Also PRC are a Google Partner Store with an 0208 customer service number with over 1200 4.8 positive reviews on Trust Pilot. I would prefer to save the extra cash to spend elsewhere ;)

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Dec 29, 2016 22:08: Typo
#9
i got them for £252 from Argos just before Xmas but that was with a preloaded top up card via my companies discount website lol.

These are easily the best headphones i have ever used, the ANC is top drawer, the comfort is amazing and the sound quality is perfect for me.
#10
mojo5110
I'm waiting for the Sony mdr-1000x to drop in price. Has a lot of features which I and other reviewers prefer over the q35. They all do say that the bose have great comfort to wear for long hours so have a look and see what you think.
When you are spending over £250 you want to make sure it's a purchase you won't regret.
Jk


What features are these?

I am in the market for either of these two, listen to a lot of bass heavy tracks.

Thanks
#11
GotBass
mojo5110
I'm waiting for the Sony mdr-1000x to drop in price. Has a lot of features which I and other reviewers prefer over the q35. They all do say that the bose have great comfort to wear for long hours so have a look and see what you think.
When you are spending over £250 you want to make sure it's a purchase you won't regret.
Jk
What features are these?
I am in the market for either of these two, listen to a lot of bass heavy tracks.
Thanks

You can hold your hand over the right earcup which disables the noise cancelling and amplies nearby sounds.

The noise cancelling also separates voices from other sounds - therefore if you needed to listen out for announcements you can Disable the noise cancelling for this aspect.

Its controls are also touch sensitive on the ear cup.

I havent heard the Sony's therefore cant comment about any audio differences
#12
sorry but 16£ it's a joke!!!Better to buy brand new one for 290,like I did!
#13
Also I have insurance for 3 years, any happens!
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Alex83
sorry but 16£ it's a joke!!!Better to buy brand new one for 290,like I did!


Happy New Year
#15
A good deal considering the price has gone up to £329

Edited By: slliw on Feb 15, 2017 08:13

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