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Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II- (Black or White) £169.00 @ Home AV Direct

£169.00 @ Home AV Direct
Cheapest I can find these, RRP: £239. Next cheapest is Amazon selling them for £199.95 2 Year Warranty included Freedom. Convenience. The big advantages of wireless headphones. But Bose gives… Read More
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7m, 21h agoFound 7 months, 21 hours ago
Cheapest I can find these, RRP: £239.

Next cheapest is Amazon selling them for £199.95

2 Year Warranty included

Freedom. Convenience. The big advantages of wireless headphones. But Bose gives you a better wireless experience all around. Deep, immersive sound at any volume. Clearer calls at both ends of the communication. Seamless switching between two connected Bluetooth® devices, so you’ll never miss a call or that movie you’re watching.
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#1
Are Bose products overpriced, maybe I'm wrong?
I'll not vote HOT or COLD as I'm not convinced either way.

Edited By: scottswaha on Oct 21, 2016 13:41
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Bose products probably are overpriced, but I can't find a pair of decent bluetooth headphones that aren't. My son currently has his heart set on a pair of Beats Solo II Wireless (after trying a friend's) which I can't find for less than £200.
Personally I don't think anyone should spend this much on a pair of headphones without trying them and comparing them to the competition - whether these are as good as or better than the Beats is down to personal opinion (I've got a couple of pairs of headphones which got great reviews but I hate them because they're not comfortable).
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ArthurDent1
Bose products probably are overpriced, but I can't find a pair of decent bluetooth headphones that aren't. My son currently has his heart set on a pair of Beats Solo II Wireless (after trying a friend's) which I can't find for less than £200.
Personally I don't think anyone should spend this much on a pair of headphones without trying them and comparing them to the competition - whether these are as good as or better than the Beats is down to personal opinion (I've got a couple of pairs of headphones which got great reviews but I hate them because they're not comfortable).
I agree. I spent a lot on Skullcandy headphones three years ago because the quality of the sound was (and still is) excellent. After half an hour's use I found them uncomfortable as they seemed to get tighter. Comfort is very important.
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These are great headphones. I got John Lewis to price match AV Direct last month for this price.
#5
thanx heat added going to buy hubby for Xmas
#6
Bose are very comfortable
#7
From the ones I have tried I am stuck between B&O and Bose headphones. Both sound incredible and both are comfortable.

Wired is always better for sound though in my opinion, but I always go through headphones every 6 months it puts me off buying a decent pair. Unless they have a removable Audio cable of which I can replace.
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just sold a pair of theses for £108 on e bay new sealed
pay pal keeps the money for 14 days ...........been happy with £100 without the hassle
got some QuietComfort® 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones—Samsung and Android™ devices
for sale
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They are cheaper in the Bose outlet shop in Bicester if anyone is local
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If you are looking for lower cost wireless alternatives, I've been really happy with the sound, price and weight and battery life of the ausdom m08 which I was using daily but sadly they eventually took the toll of just being thrown loose into my bag.
I've just upgraded to the ausdom anc7 a few days ago which includes active noise cancelling at a sensible price. Seem ok so far and very comfortable, but both models worth a look depending on what you are after.

Would love a pair of Bose QC35s (which are the same as these soundlink 2s but also with active noise cancellation) but I just can't justify the cost despite daily use since headphones typically last less than a year for me due to damage or loss.

Still voted this a hot deal though!

Edited By: Zzzzeb on Oct 23, 2016 04:30: Vote & typo
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tikketeyboo
thanx heat added going to buy hubby for Xmas

Which shop are you buying a husband from?
Will it be an expensive one with good looks and fine conversation or a cheap one with integrated slippers and couch potato mode?
#12
Quality it's not the same as usual I'm afraid :-/
#13
Zzzzeb
If you are looking for lower cost wireless alternatives, I've been really happy with the sound, price and weight and battery life of the ausdom m08 which I was using daily but sadly they eventually took the toll of just being thrown loose into my bag.
I've just upgraded to the ausdom anc7 a few days ago which includes active noise cancelling at a sensible price. Seem ok so far and very comfortable, but both models worth a look depending on what you are after.
Would love a pair of Bose QC35s (which are the same as these soundlink 2s but also with active noise cancellation) but I just can't justify the cost despite daily use since headphones typically last less than a year for me due to damage or loss.
Still voted this a hot deal though!


Thanks for the info I will have a look at the ausdom anc7 sound like just what I was looking for much appreciated
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ArthurDent1
Bose products probably are overpriced, but I can't find a pair of decent bluetooth headphones that aren't. My son currently has his heart set on a pair of Beats Solo II Wireless (after trying a friend's) which I can't find for less than £200.
Personally I don't think anyone should spend this much on a pair of headphones without trying them and comparing them to the competition - whether these are as good as or better than the Beats is down to personal opinion (I've got a couple of pairs of headphones which got great reviews but I hate them because
[quote=ArthurDent1]Bose products probably are overpriced, but I can't find a pair of decent bluetooth headphones that aren't. My son currently has his heart set on a pair of Beats Solo II Wireless (after trying a friend's) which I can't find for less than £200.
Personally I don't think anyone should spend this much on a pair of headphones without trying them and comparing them to the competition - whether these are as good as or better than the Beats is down to personal opinion (I've got a couple of pairs of headphones which got great reviews but I hate them because they're not comfortable).
If you don't mind the name and popularity, then buy some Jabra. I have had a pair for 3 years and still the sound and battery life have not even changed a bit! But what has changed is its price on Amazon, I had mine for about £150. Now they are around £80 the last time I checked . Actually they are £100. Jabra Reevo

Edited By: Kindsaver on Oct 23, 2016 10:21
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ArthurDent1
Bose products probably are overpriced, but I can't find a pair of decent bluetooth headphones that aren't. My son currently has his heart set on a pair of Beats Solo II Wireless (after trying a friend's) which I can't find for less than £200.
Personally I don't think anyone should spend this much on a pair of headphones without trying them and comparing them to the competition - whether these are as good as or better than the Beats is down to personal opinion (I've got a couple of pairs of headphones which got great reviews but I hate them because they're not comfortable).


Got a pair of bluetooth headphones ( Beats branded :-) ) from Turkey. £12 brilliant deal and great sound quality. I don't guarantee they're really Beats.... Had them over a year, still going strong with long battery life
#16
Anyone know if these are waterproof as in rain proof. If so I'm sold.
#17
Great headphones, highly recommend,

@dcbuk I wouldn't use these in the rain for long, they are slightly water resistant but NOT waterproof.
1 Like #18
dbizal
From the ones I have tried I am stuck between B&O and Bose headphones. Both sound incredible and both are comfortable.

Wired is always better for sound though in my opinion, but I always go through headphones every 6 months it puts me off buying a decent pair. Unless they have a removable Audio cable of which I can replace.


Nothing to struggle. If you better sound quality, B&O H6 sounds much better.

If you want wireless and don't really care about sound, this okay or the QC35
#19
emmabee123
just sold a pair of theses for £108 on e bay new sealed
pay pal keeps the money for 14 days ...........been happy with £100 without the hassle
got some QuietComfort® 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones—Samsung and Android™ devices
for sale


how much
#20
Thank you!!!!

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