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Bose QC35 £232.00 @ Amazon.es
Bose QC35 £232.00 @ Amazon.es

Bose QC35 £232.00 @ Amazon.es

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This is the best price around only for Bose fans .

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Price gone down further !!

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get a revolut card then you can get better currency conversions then amazon

Nice find

Amazing set of headphones. Well with the money. Heat

Sold mine after I got glasses now using some akg on ears n60nc

Got mine last week from Amazon.co.uk for £280 after they upped the price to £330 at start of February from £290 - thought I wouldn't get much cheaper than that for most of this year...


Edited by: "caterham7" 22nd Feb

Comes to £251 for me?

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DJ.Mole

Comes to £251 for me?



Don't use the amazon currency exchange. I have Halifax clarity credit card and the FX rates are very good. Mine came around 243

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JC1997

get a revolut card then you can get better currency conversions then … get a revolut card then you can get better currency conversions then amazon



I use Halifax clarity credit card .. and the currency conversion is the best

cold. not Senheisser Momentum.

praevalens

Sold mine after I got glasses now using some akg on ears n60nc



For the glasses wearer I can 100% recommend the Bose QC30.

These or the Sony MDR-1000X..

daBluone

For the glasses wearer I can 100% recommend the Bose QC30.



Thanks i'll give them some thought, i have psoriasis in my ears so iem can make for some very itchy ears which is why i moved away from them, but on ears feel; and i think look daft so i hardly put the n60nc on whereas the qc35 were used all of the time

trilogy2k

These or the Sony MDR-1000X..


Also in the same boat, from reviews the Sony MDR-1000x edge it.

Only concern with the Sony MDR-1000x is the amount of second hand available on amazon uk, was at 25 last check.

trilogy2k

These or the Sony MDR-1000X..



I'm having the same dilemma, although the cost of the Sonys could make the decision for me. I need to buy from Currys however (long story) so hoping for them to drop the Bose to £290 levels (or lower!) again. Heat.

Have a pair of these and wear glasses, no issue. Great deal

trilogy2k

These or the Sony MDR-1000X..



I'm edging to the Sony - just want to try and get a decent price - best I can find online is £329 - hoping to get them under £300

From comparison, the Bose are more comfortable, the Sony feel bigger and heavier and move around a bit if you twist your head quickly.

The Sony has better external noise filtering and sound better at low volumes. The Bose sound better at higher volumes but you only need them that loud as the external noise is louder than the Sony.

A colleague here bought both and returned the Sony as he preferred them at lower volumes and they have better control functions - volume, track skip etc. He says all the different modes on the Sony are a waste of time, he only uses the one that is the same as the Bose, but he just preferred the sound for listening to podcasts etc at a normal volume.

I've used over 70 headphone/earphones in my lifetime and I can honestly say these are hands down the best headphone I've ever had.
This is coming from someone who hates over ear headphones.

I bought these before xmas - am also a glasses wearer and I wore them 5-6 hours on a flight without any discomfort - by far the most comfortable pair of over ear headphones I've had.

At this price - it's a steal!

I am a Bose fan and had a set of these. I have several sets of earlier QC's. There appears to be a design or manufacturing fault with the power switch. Mine were returned when they broke on first use. Basically the power switch slips under to casing locked either in the on or off postion. If you read on line reviews I'm far from the only one. I plan to re-buy them when I'm confident they've cured the problem

been using the Bluetooth sound links for a while and have wanted a set of QCs, couldn't say no at this price

ramit

I bought these before xmas - am also a glasses wearer and I wore them 5-6 … I bought these before xmas - am also a glasses wearer and I wore them 5-6 hours on a flight without any discomfort - by far the most comfortable pair of over ear headphones I've had.At this price - it's a steal!



Agreed they are comfortable with glasses but dont create the perfect seal and my work colleges complained they could hear my music.


praevalens

Thanks i'll give them some thought, i have psoriasis in my ears so iem … Thanks i'll give them some thought, i have psoriasis in my ears so iem can make for some very itchy ears which is why i moved away from them, but on ears feel; and i think look daft so i hardly put the n60nc on whereas the qc35 were used all of the time



The beauty of the QC30s for me is they dont have to be stuffed down your ear canal but instead sit in the ear opening which is super comfortable and the eartips are really soft.
Edited by: "daBluone" 23rd Feb

Cracking price, but a 1 to month shipping time is a shame.

I was passing through Heathrow T2 in November, and the Dixons Travel branch there had the Sony's up at £260! I wasn't particularly in the market for some but had the QC35's on my want list. I tested both these and the Sony's. I walked away with the MDX-1000's..

trilogy2k

I was passing through Heathrow T2 in November, and the Dixons Travel … I was passing through Heathrow T2 in November, and the Dixons Travel branch there had the Sony's up at £260! I wasn't particularly in the market for some but had the QC35's on my want list. I tested both these and the Sony's. I walked away with the MDX-1000's..



They are the best headphones plain and simple. If you can get them under £300, then that's a hell of a bargain.

How much better are these than the soundlinks? Are there any notable differences? I have the soundlinks and think they're really good, but never tested the qc35s.

still an insane price

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prazakcz

still an insane price



Ferrari also charges insane price but people who afford it buy it

prazakcz

still an insane price



All premium headphones are though. You get what you pay for and all that.

I've been waiting for MDX-1000's to drop to a reasonable price.

I went for the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless On Ear's instead for £200 instead as I can't wait any longer.

Bargain! What's delivery time frame ?

atif21

Bargain! What's delivery time frame ?



​I was being lazy. Just checked and delivery is 8-10 March.

What are these like for hard dance music?

For those that want to buy from a store here or don't want to use Amazon because they are worried about them coming from Spain (although there should be no reason to fear) then Superfi have the silver colour of these on at £269.

http://www.superfi.co.uk/p-18245-bose-quietcomfort-35-wireless-noise-cancelling-headphones.aspx

Black model is £5 more expensive at £274.

These + Fiio A3 amp = eargasm

Banned

bought.

thanks.

Banned

going to sell my soundlink wireless and hd598se on ebay.

Hi, does anybody know how to have it shipped free ( I have Amazon Prime). It adds EUR 5.91 shipping charge

seeonesukh

Hi, does anybody know how to have it shipped free ( I have Amazon … Hi, does anybody know how to have it shipped free ( I have Amazon Prime). It adds EUR 5.91 shipping charge



No free shipping for anyone on foreign Amazon sites.

IWannaBeAdored

No free shipping for anyone on foreign Amazon sites.



Thanks for clarifying

Does anyone use this at the gym? How is it?
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