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Bose QC35 II Quiet Comfort 35 II Wireless - Rose Gold, A Condition £150 @ CEX
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Bose QC35 II Quiet Comfort 35 II Wireless - Rose Gold, A Condition £150 @ CEX

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Posted 26th Jan

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Good price for these in grade A (mostly as new) condition

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  • Three levels of world class noise cancellation for a better listening experience in any environment
  • Alexa and the Google Assistant enabled for voice access to music, information and more
  • Noise rejecting dual microphone system for clear phone calls and voice access to your phone's default virtual assistant, like Siri
  • Balanced audio performance at any volume
  • Hassle free Bluetooth pairing, personalised settings, access to future updates and more through the Bose Connect app
  • For iPhone iPad and Android users with a Bose AR-enabled product, be sure your product’s firmware is up to date through the Bose Music app; then you can access a showcase of Bose AR-enhanced apps with links to download them
  • The availability and functionality of voice services and Bose AR may vary
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Can I pull off the rose gold look? Flipping awesome if you can
For me I wouldn't blindly buy a second hand pair of Headphones from CEX...
slannmage26/01/2020 10:30

For me I wouldn't blindly buy a second hand pair of Headphones from CEX...


Fair enough, not every deal can please everyone
Never bought anything from them before, but I saw no pictures and their return policy seems iffy. What does 2 days return to Voucher mean? I want my money back, not a voucher. Their wording of 30 days return seems like it has to be faulty.... just seems like they will try to get out of it. Does it come with a Box? Amazon I trust cause they always accept returns and pay for postage.
slannmage26/01/2020 10:30

For me I wouldn't blindly buy a second hand pair of Headphones from CEX...


I agree. You don't know who's ears they've been on. Very unhygienic.
DeadpanDan26/01/2020 11:08

I agree. You don't know who's ears they've been on. Very unhygienic.


Just avoid licking or eating off them. Strange that people have a problem with headphones but are happy to buy secondhand phones and laptops.
Weird you don't feel it's a valid point. I've seen the state of some of the customers trading stuff into my local CEX, it's really off putting.
Do CEX still give Refund Back to Bank Card within 7 (or 14 ?) days if ordered online ?... Legally they should I guess,

They used to but I have not used that method in a few years.

If they do then it's a great way to buy anything from them, much better than buying instore where refunds are only as a voucher...especially so you can check item is okay etc.
Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 26th Jan
DeadpanDan26/01/2020 11:08

I agree. You don't know who's ears they've been on. Very unhygienic.


I'd factor in a new pair of ear pads for about 15 quid from Amazon, and give them a run down with some alcohol hand gel. Don't think theres much of a issue then.
DonkeyKonk26/01/2020 13:10

Do CEX still give Refund Back to Bank Card within 7 (or 14 ?) days if …Do CEX still give Refund Back to Bank Card within 7 (or 14 ?) days if ordered online ?... Legally they should I guess


Yes, legally they have to do this under the Consumer Contracts Regulations. You have 14 days from when the items are received to cancel the order and another 14 days to get the items back to the seller.
colin1008626/01/2020 17:07

Yes, legally they have to do this under the Consumer Contracts …Yes, legally they have to do this under the Consumer Contracts Regulations. You have 14 days from when the items are received to cancel the order and another 14 days to get the items back to the seller.


20.1.3 Unwanted Products: As per the distance selling regulations you have until 14 days to return the Product as unwanted. Outside the 14 day period, CeX reserves the right to refuse any refund or exchange for the Products which are not faulty.


Ahhh, found what I was looking for deep inside all that legalise... Deffo the way to buy from CEX for me


(From this link...

uk.webuy.com/sup…ms/

Worth noting)
DonkeyKonk26/01/2020 17:25

20.1.3 Unwanted Products: As per the distance selling regulations you have …20.1.3 Unwanted Products: As per the distance selling regulations you have until 14 days to return the Product as unwanted. Outside the 14 day period, CeX reserves the right to refuse any refund or exchange for the Products which are not faulty.Ahhh, found what I was looking for deep inside all that legalise... Deffo the way to buy from CEX for me(From this link...https://uk.webuy.com/support/storeterms/Worth noting)



4.2 All returned Products need to be tested and the fault verified before any refund, repair or replacement can be issued.

5. Unwanted product policy :In our unique 48-hours returns policy, the Customer is entitled to return an Unwanted item within 48-hours of sale for a full refund to a CeX voucher. Refund will be subject to testing and if the item is returned in the same condition as sold. In order to prevent abuse, CeX reserve the right to limit the number of exchanges from a specific customer.



Doesn't seem great to me.
slannmage26/01/2020 19:12

4.2 All returned Products need to be tested and the fault verified before …4.2 All returned Products need to be tested and the fault verified before any refund, repair or replacement can be issued.5. Unwanted product policy :In our unique 48-hours returns policy, the Customer is entitled to return an Unwanted item within 48-hours of sale for a full refund to a CeX voucher. Refund will be subject to testing and if the item is returned in the same condition as sold. In order to prevent abuse, CeX reserve the right to limit the number of exchanges from a specific customer.Doesn't seem great to me.


that is in-store policy, scroll down for online t&Cs.
slannmage26/01/2020 10:30

For me I wouldn't blindly buy a second hand pair of Headphones from CEX...


Why not, you don't like the free ear wax ?
colin1008626/01/2020 11:27

Just avoid licking or eating off them. Strange that people have a problem …Just avoid licking or eating off them. Strange that people have a problem with headphones but are happy to buy secondhand phones and laptops.


There’s quite a bit of difference, there’s an exchange of sweat from the ear pads. The same can’t be said about phones or laptops.
colin1008626/01/2020 19:23

that is in-store policy, scroll down for online t&Cs.


Exactly, it's totally different.
colin1008626/01/2020 11:27

Just avoid licking or eating off them. Strange that people have a problem …Just avoid licking or eating off them. Strange that people have a problem with headphones but are happy to buy secondhand phones and laptops.


I'm fairly sure they're not happy with either.
Strange that this thread about a classic pair of wireless headphones has been dominated by a discussion about properties of several kinds of human residue

Quality product deserved better...(gorgeous colour btw)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 27th Jan
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