Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones - Black £191 @ Amazon Spain (£59 cheaper than Amazon.co.uk!) - HotUKDeals
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Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones - Black £191.00 @ Amazon Spain (£59 cheaper than Amazon.co.uk!)

£191.00 @ Amazon Spain
I have a pair of these and they're incredible, especially for flights. Saw that Amazon.es were offering a decent saving from .co.uk so thought I'd share in case anyone was looking for a pair. Read More
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I have a pair of these and they're incredible, especially for flights. Saw that Amazon.es were offering a decent saving from .co.uk so thought I'd share in case anyone was looking for a pair.
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#1
The QC35 launch should help the price to drop a bit.
#2
Very tempting, guess the new QC35's will be driving down the price of the 25's.
1 Like #3
AR2012
The QC35 launch should help the price to drop a bit.
Great minds :D
1 Like #4
it's getting towards the John Lewis price match deal I got them at a couple of months ago .. the best at noise cancellation and very good acoustics for noise cancelled so... my biggest gripe is that the cable they supply only does EITHER android or IOS and they expect you to buy another at 25 quid .. it's doubly annoying as you can buy on eBay a dual IOS/Android cable for less than a tenner that's perfect .. incidentally the QC25 cables are interchangeable with several AKG models :-)

the QC35 obviously gets over this annoyance :-)
#5
Love my Bose headphones, not the cheapest and not the best sound for the price but awesome noise cancelling and perfect for plane trips etc...
3 Likes #6
These made me feel sick, anyone else?
#7
QC35 should help ease the prices of these.
#8
Savedotmoney
These made me feel sick, anyone else?

I got very unconfortable even when trying it on for a couple of minutes in store
1 Like #9
Wasn't aware the QC35s were out soon. Just had a look and it seems they're wireless which means they tick all the boxes. Will have to see how they review.
Heat for this deal though.
1 Like #10
Qc25 perfect :)
#11
spaceghost
Wasn't aware the QC35s were out soon. Just had a look and it seems they're wireless which means they tick all the boxes. Will have to see how they review.
Heat for this deal though.
35s are shipping on 15 June. Reviews seem positive, slight improvement in audio quality over the 25s although What HiFi state they are not as forgiven when listening to poor quality source material.

Edited By: colin10086 on Jun 12, 2016 16:01
#12
This is a superb price. Been tracking the price for well over 6 months waiting....

As others have stated, be aware the QC35 (a new wireless version) is released on Amazon UK on 20th June.
Pre-order price £289.95 (ouch).

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bose-QuietComfort-35-Wireless-Headphones/dp/B01E3SNO1G
1 Like #13
How are these to block out the sound of loud chavs on the bus? :)
1 Like #14
Bose. The Apple of the audio world.
#15
Orbital
Bose. The Apple of the audio world.

What's funny/ironic is that the audio world hate Bose but love Apple...
1 Like #16
well done mate. great price for a pair of QC25.
1 Like #17
Aren't the QC25s prone to breaking down in the right ear cup? Bought a pair of QC15s for a recent flight, thoroughly recommend them. I would never fly without noise cancelling headphones again, the difference they make is unreal.
#18
hyenadog
incidentally the QC25 cables are interchangeable with several AKG models :-)
the QC35 obviously gets over this annoyance :-)

Didn't realise this! - Never thought of checking. Thanks for mentioning :-)

As for QC25, I also got these on the JL price match deal on here a few months back.

Yes, the sound quality isn't amazing and there are better cans out there if sound quality is of utmost importance to you.

However, the noise cancellation is fantastic. I bought them to make my commute a little nicer on the ears, blocking out the horrid noise of trains, tubes and conversations I don't want to hear. They do this incredibly well. I imagine for regular flyers they are a god send.
1 Like #19
Orbital
Bose. The Apple of the audio world.

As in you're bitter because you can't afford it?
1 Like #20
Inquisitor
Orbital
Bose. The Apple of the audio world.

What's funny/ironic is that the audio world hate Bose but love Apple...


Why ironic? I like them both but the iPhone 6 has a respected DAC built in...
#21
Would much rather spend the same amount of money and buy the Bang & Olufsen headphones whom of which have a reputation for providing excellent sound quality and are a lot more premium and higher up the market than Bose. Bose is a bit like Beats where the company focuses more on Branding rather than actual acoustics themselves. As an Audiophile I would much rather get the Bang & Olufsen headphones!
1 Like #22
Bit unfair to compare Bose to Beats by Dre.
#23
If need to return it you have to pay for signed for overseas delivery.

Edited By: cowtc on Jun 13, 2016 07:31: Clarity
1 Like #24
uk90
Would much rather spend the same amount of money and buy the Bang & Olufsen headphones whom of which have a reputation for providing excellent sound quality and are a lot more premium and higher up the market than Bose. Bose is a bit like Beats where the company focuses more on Branding rather than actual acoustics themselves. As an Audiophile I would much rather get the Bang & Olufsen headphones!

These headphones are primarily bought for the noise cancellation.
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uk90
As an Audiophile I would much rather get the Bang & Olufsen headphones!

The irony...
1 Like #26
Orbital
Bose. The Apple of the audio world.
Apple make earphones. Wouldn't Apple be Apple of the audio world?
1 Like #27
How would these Amazon.es deals work post Brexit?
#28
Savedotmoney
These made me feel sick, anyone else?

Yep. Me too. Tried these and a few other types. All made me feel slightly nauseous after a short period of use. Like the idea as I hate noise but they don't work for me.
#29
ezzer72
uk90
As an Audiophile I would much rather get the Bang & Olufsen headphones!
The irony...
Where is the irony??
#30
Please excuse my posting here, but I reckon that prying the know might be on this thread.

Quite simply, I cannot afford these, but I want to buy some cheap noise cancelling headphones for flights. I am not able to appreciate the audio playback capabilities so that matters less. In fact I would probably use them with no audio, just silent with noise cancelling.

Anyone suggestions?
#31
kalico
Please excuse my posting here, but I reckon that prying the know might be on this thread.

Quite simply, I cannot afford these, but I want to buy some cheap noise cancelling headphones for flights. I am not able to appreciate the audio playback capabilities so that matters less. In fact I would probably use them with no audio, just silent with noise cancelling.

Anyone suggestions?


ear muffs
1 Like #32
these are now £179 at BOSE outlet in York. cheaper than this deal :D
#33
kalico
Please excuse my posting here, but I reckon that prying the know might be on this thread.

Quite simply, I cannot afford these, but I want to buy some cheap noise cancelling headphones for flights. I am not able to appreciate the audio playback capabilities so that matters less. In fact I would probably use them with no audio, just silent with noise cancelling.

Anyone suggestions?


buy them from bose. you have 30 days to use them and send them back for a full refund. :D
#34
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1 Like #35
kalico
Please excuse my posting here, but I reckon that prying the know might be on this thread.
Quite simply, I cannot afford these, but I want to buy some cheap noise cancelling headphones for flights. I am not able to appreciate the audio playback capabilities so that matters less. In fact I would probably use them with no audio, just silent with noise cancelling.
Anyone suggestions?
Ear plugs?
1 Like #36
kalico
Please excuse my posting here, but I reckon that prying the know might be on this thread.

Quite simply, I cannot afford these, but I want to buy some cheap noise cancelling headphones for flights. I am not able to appreciate the audio playback capabilities so that matters less. In fact I would probably use them with no audio, just silent with noise cancelling.

Anyone suggestions?


Look on eBay for Nokia BH905 headphones, they are old now but the noise cancelling on them is fantastic for the price they now go for.
#37
benjai
Orbital
Bose. The Apple of the audio world.

As in you're bitter because you can't afford it?


Always the signature of a quality product; other people simply not being able to afford it.

That's why I have my sea salt for cooking personally flown in from the outer Hebrides. It's £67 per sprinkle but I love how bitter people get they cannot afford it.
1 Like #38
kalico
Please excuse my posting here, but I reckon that prying the know might be on this thread.
Quite simply, I cannot afford these, but I want to buy some cheap noise cancelling headphones for flights. I am not able to appreciate the audio playback capabilities so that matters less. In fact I would probably use them with no audio, just silent with noise cancelling.
Anyone suggestions?

I have used the Digital Silence DS-101A for the last couple of years on flights. Does a great job virtually killing the deep aircraft engine rumbling making listening to your mp3 or aircraft audio/video system a real pleasure. Currently £30 on Amazon but has been cheaper. I wouldn't now travel on a plane without them. I even use them with no audio as a sort of ear plug when trying to sleep on long haul.

Edited By: cleverdic on Jun 13, 2016 08:38
#39
just ordered the 35's, this is a great deal tho.
#40
I had bought the QC25 last September through the Amazon ES store and they were shipped from Scotland (Dunfermline).

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