Bose QC35ii wireless headphones £275  in-store only at the Bose store
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Bose QC35ii wireless headphones £275 in-store only at the Bose store

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Found 27th Dec 2017Edited by:"stuartbaker80"
This may be specific to your local Bose store - but they are on offer at £275 from the Bose shop at Cribbs Causeway Bristol.

John Lewis did price match when I asked in-store, but they had no stock

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uk9042 m ago

Why anyone in the right mind would buy bose is beyond my comprehension. …Why anyone in the right mind would buy bose is beyond my comprehension. Paying over £100 for Bose headphones is just ridiculous but paying close to £300 is absolutley insane. The reason why you by headphones is for the sound quality, Harman Kardon, Bang & Olufsen and Bowers & Wilkins offer sound quality that Bose can only dream of. Bowers and Wilkins P7 headphones are similar priced but have much better sound quality that really enhances the sound in a much more detailed and natural way. The highs, mids and low frequencies are perfectly balanced to produce sound the way the artists intended them to be and each detail in the song can be heard. A headphone amplifier is a great way to step it up a notch too. Bose on the other hand is a complete disappointment and people buy it for the brand, it's for amatures who haven't a clue what audiophile level of sound is.


For noise cancelling...
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serious sound leakage from these headphones! cold
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tej16 m ago

serious sound leakage from these headphones! cold


Agreed. These are the most comfortable headphones with fantastic noise cancelling but if everyone around you can hear them what's the point
daBluone4 m ago

Agreed. These are the most comfortable headphones with fantastic noise …Agreed. These are the most comfortable headphones with fantastic noise cancelling but if everyone around you can hear them what's the point


go with Sennheiser, much better IMO! Bose are amazing at producing home cinema systems, they just struggle to master the headphone market
Edited by: "tej1" 27th Dec 2017
Sony 1000m2 kill these lol
888eyeball22 m ago

Sony 1000m2 kill these lol


Could be when working fine! I am returning my Sony headphone which started leaking noise after a month of moderate usage.
The noise cancellation worked great and sound quality was awesome but that only lasted a month! Stay away from Sony
888eyeball1 h, 18 m ago

Sony 1000m2 kill these lol


Sound great, a little too bulky looking and leak 50% sound so worse in my opinion.
l have them both the Sony's win hands down on sound quality, both have been tested on flights l actually managed to sleep using the Sony's. Also size wise they are both the same so lm not sure where u are getting bulkuness from.
Tried both Sony and Bose in John Lewis. The Sony sounded a little too artificial for my liking (coming from various Sennheiser headphones). The Bose was slightly better at noise cancelling, but at this level you couldn't knock either pair for ANC. I'm sure the debate will go on as to the best, but I'm more than happy with the sound and price. (And can ditch the USB-C dongle for my Pixel 2 XL!)
Why anyone in the right mind would buy bose is beyond my comprehension. Paying over £100 for Bose headphones is just ridiculous but paying close to £300 is absolutley insane. The reason why you by headphones is for the sound quality, Harman Kardon, Bang & Olufsen and Bowers & Wilkins offer sound quality that Bose can only dream of. Bowers and Wilkins P7 headphones are similar priced but have much better sound quality that really enhances the sound in a much more detailed and natural way. The highs, mids and low frequencies are perfectly balanced to produce sound the way the artists intended them to be and each detail in the song can be heard. A headphone amplifier is a great way to step it up a notch too. Bose on the other hand is a complete disappointment and people buy it for the brand, it's for amatures who haven't a clue what audiophile level of sound is.
daBluone3 h, 35 m ago

Agreed. These are the most comfortable headphones with fantastic noise …Agreed. These are the most comfortable headphones with fantastic noise cancelling but if everyone around you can hear them what's the point


Cold. Three broke very bad build quality
Same price at homeavdirect online
uk9042 m ago

Why anyone in the right mind would buy bose is beyond my comprehension. …Why anyone in the right mind would buy bose is beyond my comprehension. Paying over £100 for Bose headphones is just ridiculous but paying close to £300 is absolutley insane. The reason why you by headphones is for the sound quality, Harman Kardon, Bang & Olufsen and Bowers & Wilkins offer sound quality that Bose can only dream of. Bowers and Wilkins P7 headphones are similar priced but have much better sound quality that really enhances the sound in a much more detailed and natural way. The highs, mids and low frequencies are perfectly balanced to produce sound the way the artists intended them to be and each detail in the song can be heard. A headphone amplifier is a great way to step it up a notch too. Bose on the other hand is a complete disappointment and people buy it for the brand, it's for amatures who haven't a clue what audiophile level of sound is.


For noise cancelling...
bruschini36 m ago

Same price at homeavdirect online



With 2yr warranty and free next day delivery. Authorised Bose dealer
Great review vs the Sony here, watch with your headphones connected for an excellent comparison of the noise cancelling of both

Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 27th Dec 2017
Jace_Phoenix27th Dec 2017

Great review vs the Sony here, watch with your headphones connected for an …Great review vs the Sony here, watch with your headphones connected for an excellent comparison of the noise cancelling of both [Video]



I have the Sonys, noise cancelling is so good but their is a draft/wind sound in the right ear cup sometimes. Got mine from the refurb deal so might just be a faulty one. Other than that it's nice that you can go wired with them even when they off.
OliverYau8 h, 31 m ago

For noise cancelling...


Buy special foam that can turn any headphones into noise cancelling? Seen it done before.
uk902 m ago

Buy special foam that can turn any headphones into noise cancelling? Seen …Buy special foam that can turn any headphones into noise cancelling? Seen it done before.



And probably ruin the sound quality too
rev64 h, 45 m ago

And probably ruin the sound quality too


That's why you buy special ones
stuartbaker8015 h, 46 m ago

Tried both Sony and Bose in John Lewis. The Sony sounded a little too …Tried both Sony and Bose in John Lewis. The Sony sounded a little too artificial for my liking (coming from various Sennheiser headphones). The Bose was slightly better at noise cancelling, but at this level you couldn't knock either pair for ANC. I'm sure the debate will go on as to the best, but I'm more than happy with the sound and price. (And can ditch the USB-C dongle for my Pixel 2 XL!)


Something is wrong with your hearing if you think Sony's sound is artificial and Bose's isn't....

The Sony's are a touch bass heavy but there's an equaliser within its app to fix that. Also every single review I've read or watched has put the Sony's noise cancelling streets ahead of the Bose too.

Couldn't be more happier with my WH1000x's.
OliverYau13 h, 33 m ago

For noise cancelling...


B&W PX's or Sony WH1000x's beat the Bose ii on both counts.
uk9022 m ago

That's why you buy special ones


Ohhhhh special ones.
brookysm7 h, 9 m ago

Something is wrong with your hearing if you think Sony's sound is …Something is wrong with your hearing if you think Sony's sound is artificial and Bose's isn't....The Sony's are a touch bass heavy but there's an equaliser within its app to fix that. Also every single review I've read or watched has put the Sony's noise cancelling streets ahead of the Bose too.Couldn't be more happier with my WH1000x's.



Thank you for correcting my opinion, I can't believe my own personal experience and view could have been so wrong.

I shall henceforth contact you for my opinion on every subject from now on.
I don’t have the PX but do have the Sony’s and they do sound excellent but for long comfort use the Bose are streets ahead.
To be honest with Spotify the Bose have the edge...I like both but if i was recommending I would say the Bose all day.
Saying that the Bose won’t connect to my QLED and the Sony’s are fine hence I’m keeping both but as I say are horrible until you get used to the clamping,probably my big head.
stuartbaker8028th Dec

Thank you for correcting my opinion, I can't believe my own personal …Thank you for correcting my opinion, I can't believe my own personal experience and view could have been so wrong.I shall henceforth contact you for my opinion on every subject from now on.


It isn't just your or my opinion to is it smarty? You tried something in JL so suddenly your the expert on it.

Crack on fella, you chose wrong but it's obviously not your fault....
hifihero28th Dec

I don’t have the PX but do have the Sony’s and they do sound excellent but …I don’t have the PX but do have the Sony’s and they do sound excellent but for long comfort use the Bose are streets ahead. To be honest with Spotify the Bose have the edge...I like both but if i was recommending I would say the Bose all day.Saying that the Bose won’t connect to my QLED and the Sony’s are fine hence I’m keeping both but as I say are horrible until you get used to the clamping,probably my big head.


Most reviews say they are the most comfortable , and leave it at that. Can't say I find the WH's hard going even after my AKG's but guess that's all down to head shape. Might be different in summer but atm I'm not struggling with them yet.
brookysm4 m ago

Most reviews say they are the most comfortable , and leave it at that. … Most reviews say they are the most comfortable , and leave it at that. Can't say I find the WH's hard going even after my AKG's but guess that's all down to head shape. Might be different in summer but atm I'm not struggling with them yet.


Oh and btw, neither come close to the quality of my Shure SE846's sound wise but horses for courses eh?....
brookysm14 h, 12 m ago

It isn't just your or my opinion to is it smarty? You tried something in …It isn't just your or my opinion to is it smarty? You tried something in JL so suddenly your the expert on it.Crack on fella, you chose wrong but it's obviously not your fault....


If I prefer the sound of one thing to the next (expert or not), I'm perfectly entitled to that opinion. At no point have I said any other headphone was terrible or berated anyone from choosing differently from myself.

If you disagree with my opinion, that is perfectly acceptable, when delivered in a suitable manner.

Going to the point of stating my opinion is wrong, is not only rude, but highlights a complete intolerance towards someone else's beliefs.

I'm sure if I didn't like the taste of cottage cheese and you did, you'd not be so quick to tell me I was wrong. (Although based on your replies thus far, I'm not 100% sure).

The world is made up of many different folk, each with their own taste and quirks. I'm glad you enjoy your Sony headphones and truly I hope they continue to deliver that level of enjoyment for many years to come. At the same time I shall enjoy the Bose headphones, which suit my taste and ears perfectly.
Both are really good BUT one problem with Sony to many reviews online about people saying the headband cracking even after Sony reportedly fixed the issue with better materials. I've compared the two quite a lot in terms of material and design the bose are better especially when it comes to folding mechanism. Also any issues with Sony it tends to be back to base and good luck with their customer services.
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