Bose II QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones £223.71 (£215 Fee Free card) delivered @ Amazon Spain
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Bose II QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones £223.71 (£215 Fee Free card) delivered @ Amazon Spain

£223.71£27920%Amazon Spain Deals
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Found 12th May
Outside of the factory reburb prices, this is pretty close to the best price the headphones have been.

You can use your Amazon UK account details to order.

Pay with a fee free card like Revolut/Starling etc. to get it for ~ £215

Below is indicative price using Amazon's calculator3229082-GZGsr.jpg
Description
  • Industry leading wireless headphones let you adjust the level of noise cancellation to suit your environment
  • Volume optimised EQ makes your music always sound its best, whether you turn it up on an aeroplane, or turn it down while at the office
  • Noise rejecting dual microphone system for clear phone calls and voice access to your phone's default virtual assistant, like Siri
  • Bluetooth and NFC pairing with voice prompts for hassle-free wireless connections. Audio cable is 119.9 cm
  • Up to 20 hours of wireless play time from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery; up to 40 hours of listening in wired mode
  • Want to talk to Amazon Alexa on your headphones? Now you can. With the latest software update to QC35 II headphones, you can ask Alexa to play music, hear the news, check the weather and more.
  • This product comes with a USB cable that needs to be plugged into the micro-USB connector of the headphone. The other end of the USB cable needs to be plugged into a USB wall charger or computer that is powered on. A wall charger is not included for this product.

Hope it helps someone.
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tempt12/05/2019 19:50

Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.


Funniest thing I've heard all day. Beats is the definition of marketing, style over substance and all the while being absurdly overpriced. It's frankly embarrassing to wear beats in this day and age.
tempt12/05/2019 19:50

Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.


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Fab find!
37636073-9dcF7.jpgBose II, return of the killer Bose?
Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.
I’ve had these before (but returned them) and I’m so tempted for the price but know I shouldn’t. I just didn’t think they were worth the price for my usage case - train and office. I didn’t find the noise cancellation vastly superior than a decent set of IEMs and I also suffered from Bluetooth drops when the headphones were low on battery. Add their bulkiness (less space in my bag) and their recognisability (easy money for thieves) and I couldn’t justify keeping them.

This is a great price though and well worth it for those who are interested in them.
tempt12/05/2019 19:50

Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.


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At least these can simultaneously connect to multiple devices unlike the Sony xm3. HEAT from me
Edited by: "bagga212" 12th May
Do you just order it like normal and they get shipped from Spain to UK?
jonesy17212/05/2019 20:15

Do you just order it like normal and they get shipped from Spain to UK?


Yes that’s right - most likely it gets delivered from a UK warehouse only but the order is placed on amazon Spain.
Any issues with returns as opposed to Amazon UK?
BIGPHIL6912/05/2019 20:17

Any issues with returns as opposed to Amazon UK?


If faulty, Amazon Spain will offer free returns, if you return without a fault you pay postage.
These gave me terrible motion sickness and a feeling of vertigo when worn. I didn't realise that the active noise cancellation produces a constant pressurised sound wave inside the ear which kind of feels like being in an airplane cabin. It was extremely uncomfortable and I returned them.

Also the sound quality was pretty crap.
ruffedgrouse12/05/2019 20:33

These gave me terrible motion sickness and a feeling of vertigo when worn. …These gave me terrible motion sickness and a feeling of vertigo when worn. I didn't realise that the active noise cancellation produces a constant pressurised sound wave inside the ear which kind of feels like being in an airplane cabin. It was extremely uncomfortable and I returned them.Also the sound quality was pretty crap.


Doesn't sound like the BOSE II Q35 as I don't seem to experience of any these things on mine, not even a hint.
ruffedgrouse12/05/2019 20:33

These gave me terrible motion sickness and a feeling of vertigo when worn. …These gave me terrible motion sickness and a feeling of vertigo when worn. I didn't realise that the active noise cancellation produces a constant pressurised sound wave inside the ear which kind of feels like being in an airplane cabin. It was extremely uncomfortable and I returned them.Also the sound quality was pretty crap.


I get the motion sickness as well. It's the same with the QC25 as well as the QC35.
tempt12/05/2019 19:50

Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.


Funniest thing I've heard all day. Beats is the definition of marketing, style over substance and all the while being absurdly overpriced. It's frankly embarrassing to wear beats in this day and age.
Prosamuraiman12/05/2019 20:55

Funniest thing I've heard all day. Beats is the definition of marketing, …Funniest thing I've heard all day. Beats is the definition of marketing, style over substance and all the while being absurdly overpriced. It's frankly embarrassing to wear beats in this day and age.



Bose: Legitimate Audio Company or Slick Marketing?
andytanguk12/05/2019 20:55

I get the motion sickness as well. It's the same with the QC25 as well as …I get the motion sickness as well. It's the same with the QC25 as well as the QC35.


Just turn the noise cancelling off. Simple
tempt12/05/2019 20:59

Bose: Legitimate Audio Company or Slick Marketing?


From the article


"Bose cannot be criticized for not winning a game they choose not to play. They win the game they’re in".
tempt12/05/2019 20:59

Bose: Legitimate Audio Company or Slick Marketing?


Im not sure if you are trying to support your statement by that article or you are just confused? Have you even read the full article?
If I could be confident these would last at least 10 years I'd pay this sort of money for them.
Bought these at £235 from amazon Spain earlier in the year and money well spent - arrived within about 2/3 days and quality is first class, both in terms of build and sound. I would thoroughly recommend at this price.
blumminhot12/05/2019 22:42

If I could be confident these would last at least 10 years I'd pay this …If I could be confident these would last at least 10 years I'd pay this sort of money for them.


Do you use both sides of toilet paper, and put teabags out on the washing line after first use?
To cut through all the BS people feel the need to post in these threads, listen for yourself (you'll need headphones on):


The video is a review for the new Jabra, but he does binaural ANC and music tests which include the Bose.


The Bose sound great, unquestionably, those stating otherwise are confusing "good sound" with muddy bass, or have crappy source/ears.

One thing to watch for if you do go for the Bose is lip sync issues via BT, there's no AptX and latency over SBC is like 200ms~.
Edited by: "The_Hoff" 12th May
These are excellent. I have these after trying the Sony xm3s. Found the Sony's to be a little too bulky for my head. Someone saying they make you feel sick I found the Bose didn't but the Sony's did. Sound quality on these is excellent ut if you want more bass focused go with Sony. I don't like excessive bass and the bose provide plenty of punchy bass and a clean sound.
andytanguk12/05/2019 20:55

I get the motion sickness as well. It's the same with the QC25 as well as …I get the motion sickness as well. It's the same with the QC25 as well as the QC35.


It is definitely something that takes getting used to. I did wonder whether it could cause some slight damage to your hearing over longer term use. Any constant tone over a prolonged period will desensitise your hearing to that frequency, but then again I used them in the office because we had industrial aircon that ran so loud at a low frequency that it was almost like being on an airplane every day at work....

I have the QC15 and I love them by the way.....
Edited by: "Lexeus" 13th May
tempt12/05/2019 19:50

Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.


Oh the irony!
tempt12/05/2019 19:50

Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.


Do Beats Headphones Still SUCK?

Been on the hunt for these a while now, don't think will go lower than this for a while, cheers matwalaboy, heat added!
Looks like it’s gone up to £260 now
Good deal. But i find Sony WH-1000XM3 a better value as its same sound and longer battery life
Looks like the ship has sailed on this one 👎🏻
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Well they’ve only gone up a tenner, big deal. This is definitely the cheapest I’ve seen them, they cost more in the US even without tax. Nobody buys noise cancelling headphones (much less, Bose kit) for the sound quality and Bose noise cancelling is the best I’ve used. If you want sound quality only get IEMs...
tempt12/05/2019 19:50

Bose is overrated, pure marketing over substance. Better off with Beats.


Lol either this is a troll or this person has no idea
andytanguk12/05/2019 20:55

I get the motion sickness as well. It's the same with the QC25 as well as …I get the motion sickness as well. It's the same with the QC25 as well as the QC35.


I had the same issue with these Bose headphones. I sold them for a pair of Sony XM3s and I no longer suffer this problem.
Crumbz13/05/2019 15:23

Lol either this is a troll or this person has no idea


Agreed! Bose are far better than Beats!
I remember buying them for full price two years ago ~£330 I think Overall I'm happy but the pads are cracked now even though didn't see much use. I thing today you can get better headphones for that price.
Was tempted to buy, although I don't really need them.

Just went on link and looks like it's gone back up in price now. Must be a sign.

Heat added, good price.
Mietas13/05/2019 17:47

I remember buying them for full price two years ago ~£330 I think I remember buying them for full price two years ago ~£330 I think Overall I'm happy but the pads are cracked now even though didn't see much use. I thing today you can get better headphones for that price.


You can replace the pads on them for very little money if you don't buy the official bose ones, i just replaced my QC15 pads after 6 years of use, and they are identical to the original pads but only cost £3 from china with 4 weeks for delivery.

Love my QC15's which cost me the bargain price of £233 when I bought them for a flight to Australia
Edited by: "Lexeus" 14th May
Lexeus14/05/2019 02:12

You can replace the pads on them for very little money if you don't buy …You can replace the pads on them for very little money if you don't buy the official bose ones, i just replaced my QC15 pads after 6 years of use, and they are identical to the original pads but only cost £3 from china with 4 weeks for delivery.Love my QC15's which cost me the bargain price of £233 when I bought them for a flight to Australia


Agreed about replacing them. Easy and inexpensive.
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