BOSE QuietComfort 25 Noise-Cancelling iPhone Headphones Black + 2 Year Guarantee =  £152.10 delivered @ Currys
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BOSE QuietComfort 25 Noise-Cancelling iPhone Headphones Black + 2 Year Guarantee = £152.10 delivered @ Currys

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Found 15th Dec 2017
Great price for these headphones, use code AUDIO8 to get the price of £152.10

2 year Guarantee included and free delivery

  • Over-ear headphones: surrounds the ear
  • Compatible with iPhone
  • Features a microphone & remote & volume control
  • Single-sided detachable cable


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Bose selecta. Thanks.
Dan__3 m ago

thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking …thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking for some comfy headphones but they all are too tight or ears get sore after a short while. Tried expensive ones and mid-range ones, made no difference. COLD from me too


Why would you vote cold because someone else didn't like them?
Not wireless.. boohoo
DatAlbino36 m ago

Got the Sony MDR 1000X for 155 via Amazon on BF week.Worth a try on these? …Got the Sony MDR 1000X for 155 via Amazon on BF week.Worth a try on these? I have to say O adore the Sony's, light, comfy as hell, and the sound, my word...


Great price for the Sony. I was torn between them and the Bose QC355 when buying as both were around the same price at the time. (The QC35 have a slight improvement in sound over the QC25.) The quality of the Sony MDR1000x was great, the extra features (cover an ear to let the outside sound in, variable noise cancellation) appealing, but there were problems with early models having some creaking from the headphones themselves (where the ear cups move). I felt the Bose were just a bit more comfortable and Bose had the reputation for excellent Customer Service even after the warranty has expired. The final straw was finding out that the Sony ear pads weren’t user replaceable and cost over £100 to get changed, where as Bose would sell you a new set for £25. (Same is true for the QC25- Bose will sell you new ear pads if you need them.) They’ve since added variable noise cancellation which is handy- especially to avoid wind noise affecting the sound. (Wind noise can overload the microphones on noise cancelling headphones causing a cracking sound on the audio - not dissimilar to how wind sounds against the hood of your coat when it’s up. If you turn the Bose noise cancelling to ‘medium’ at times like that the problem goes away in return for a little bit of external noise coming back.) The new version of the QC35 has Google assistant built in as well.

Given what you paid for the Sony if you’re happy with them stick with them- especially if you’ve got an Android phone. The Bose support AAC over Bluetooth (which iPhones use) but the Sony - as well as AAC - suppport AptX over which is used by some Android phones so you’ll get better sound than the Bose. Oh and they also have a high quality Bluetooth audio codec that’s only on some Sony products.
Edited by: "jeffdeals" 16th Dec 2017
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Super hot
Bose selecta. Thanks.
Not wireless.. boohoo
I have Bose Bluetooth headphones but kinda makes me think £150 for wired to much.
Edited by: "AJ92" 15th Dec 2017
AJ9210 m ago

I have Bose Bluetooth headphones but kinda makes me think £150 for wired …I have Bose Bluetooth headphones but kinda makes me think £150 for wired to much.


Presumably yours aren't Quietcomfort? That's the big deal here, not the cable.
So how's the sound leakage on this thing? Don't wanna disturbs on my train commute
Where do you add the discount Code on checkout? I have some QC15s which are great, so will get a pair for the Mrs if I can get the price down,

cheers
lambelo7 m ago

Same price at John …Same price at John Lewishttps://m.johnlewis.com/bose-quietcomfort-noise-cancelling-qc25-over-ear-headphones-for-ios-apple-iphone-or-ipod/p1675189?s_kwcid=1dx43700022330785837&tmad=c&tmcampid=1&gclid=Cj0KCQiAgs7RBRDoARIsANOo-Hj6nhOJNw1CXTAUuo0yG7hbxoO-LO1qaUIG4z9In1MWB84vo_0we0AaAqVUEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds



£169 John Lewis vs £152.10 Currys
H1.HWK8 m ago

Where do you add the discount Code on checkout? I have some QC15s which …Where do you add the discount Code on checkout? I have some QC15s which are great, so will get a pair for the Mrs if I can get the price down,cheers




On the order summary page - step 3 of checkout
Damn, reserved, but no option to add code...wonder if it’s for delivery only? Android version I was after is not avail for home delivery unfortunately.

thanks anyway
H1.HWK13 m ago

Damn, reserved, but no option to add code...wonder if it’s for delivery o …Damn, reserved, but no option to add code...wonder if it’s for delivery only? Android version I was after is not avail for home delivery unfortunately.thanks anyway




Try quoting the code instore when you go to pay
I’ve owned a pair of these for a couple of years and they’re awesome.
Spacevsgravity39 m ago

So how's the sound leakage on this thing? Don't wanna disturbs on my train …So how's the sound leakage on this thing? Don't wanna disturbs on my train commute


Quite good, but you can hear from outside the headphones if you have it on 90-100% volume. About 80% volume should be fine to not bother anyone based on my testing. Noise cancelling is good though so don’t really need it pumped up!
Love Bose.... great deal!!!
Chanchi329 m ago

Try quoting the code instore when you go to pay


Yep, that's the plan, if no go I'll pass.
Cracking price of it works out, thanks Chanchi
Don't these have an inherent fault with the right hand ear cup breaking, or has that been all sorted now?
Work with android ?
I bought a pair of these when they first came out and they are fantastic! Such a good deal at this price, even the wired version
Bought these last week.

But they hurt my ear holes after wearing them for a couple of hours...

Cold from me sorry.

I'll get my coat...
I bought a pair from John Lewis last week. Without there warranty thing.

Any chance I can purchase the additional warranty thing now?
10% off in curry using code on Bose and Sonos Jhon Lewis piece match also with extra guarantee
Logo is too small ... don't expect people will see it easily
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If you are thinking about these. Do it
I can't hear you...


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heat added chichi
Got the Sony MDR 1000X for 155 via Amazon on BF week.

Worth a try on these? I have to say O adore the Sony's, light, comfy as hell, and the sound, my word...
firstofficer1 h, 29 m ago

Bought these last week.But they hurt my ear holes after wearing them for a …Bought these last week.But they hurt my ear holes after wearing them for a couple of hours...Cold from me sorry.I'll get my coat...




thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking for some comfy headphones but they all are too tight or ears get sore after a short while. Tried expensive ones and mid-range ones, made no difference.

COLD from me too
Dan__3 m ago

thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking …thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking for some comfy headphones but they all are too tight or ears get sore after a short while. Tried expensive ones and mid-range ones, made no difference. COLD from me too


Why would you vote cold because someone else didn't like them?
Come now sing with me proper crimbose selects.
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Dan__18 m ago

thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking …thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking for some comfy headphones but they all are too tight or ears get sore after a short while. Tried expensive ones and mid-range ones, made no difference. COLD from me too



Cold for one anecdote on a personal preference product which is well reviewed and selling at an all time low seems a bit misguided.
The QuietComforts are widely reported as being among the most comfortable headphones on the market. What are you holding out for, a pair with literally zero negative reviews?
DatAlbino36 m ago

Got the Sony MDR 1000X for 155 via Amazon on BF week.Worth a try on these? …Got the Sony MDR 1000X for 155 via Amazon on BF week.Worth a try on these? I have to say O adore the Sony's, light, comfy as hell, and the sound, my word...


Great price for the Sony. I was torn between them and the Bose QC355 when buying as both were around the same price at the time. (The QC35 have a slight improvement in sound over the QC25.) The quality of the Sony MDR1000x was great, the extra features (cover an ear to let the outside sound in, variable noise cancellation) appealing, but there were problems with early models having some creaking from the headphones themselves (where the ear cups move). I felt the Bose were just a bit more comfortable and Bose had the reputation for excellent Customer Service even after the warranty has expired. The final straw was finding out that the Sony ear pads weren’t user replaceable and cost over £100 to get changed, where as Bose would sell you a new set for £25. (Same is true for the QC25- Bose will sell you new ear pads if you need them.) They’ve since added variable noise cancellation which is handy- especially to avoid wind noise affecting the sound. (Wind noise can overload the microphones on noise cancelling headphones causing a cracking sound on the audio - not dissimilar to how wind sounds against the hood of your coat when it’s up. If you turn the Bose noise cancelling to ‘medium’ at times like that the problem goes away in return for a little bit of external noise coming back.) The new version of the QC35 has Google assistant built in as well.

Given what you paid for the Sony if you’re happy with them stick with them- especially if you’ve got an Android phone. The Bose support AAC over Bluetooth (which iPhones use) but the Sony - as well as AAC - suppport AptX over which is used by some Android phones so you’ll get better sound than the Bose. Oh and they also have a high quality Bluetooth audio codec that’s only on some Sony products.
Edited by: "jeffdeals" 16th Dec 2017
Can anyone recommend whether to get these or the soundlink 2s? Other than them being wireless, is there any difference in sound quality, noise cancellation etc?
Heat added for these at this price. If you don’t mind them not being Bluetooth then they are great headphones that suit just about all types of music - although if you’re listening to a lot of bass heavy stuff you might want to look elsewhere- these have good bass but possibly not enough for some. For me and the range of stuff I listen to the QC35 are great so these would be too.
Edited by: "jeffdeals" 16th Dec 2017
Do they work with Xbox
Dan__36 m ago

thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking …thanks for letting me know. Had a feeling there was a catch. Still looking for some comfy headphones but they all are too tight or ears get sore after a short while. Tried expensive ones and mid-range ones, made no difference. COLD from me too


If you’ve tried the Bose QC25 and QC35 and think *they’re* uncomfortable you’re unlikely to find any over ear headphones that you think are comfortable. These Bose models are about as comfy as it gets for headphones.
Edited by: "jeffdeals" 16th Dec 2017
birdski11 m ago

Can anyone recommend whether to get these or the soundlink 2s? Other than …Can anyone recommend whether to get these or the soundlink 2s? Other than them being wireless, is there any difference in sound quality, noise cancellation etc?


These aren’t wireless, you’re thinking of the QC35.
jeffdeals10 m ago

If you’ve tried the Bose QC25 and QC35 and think *they’re* uncomfortable yo …If you’ve tried the Bose QC25 and QC35 and think *they’re* uncomfortable you’re unlikely to find any over ear headphones that you think are comfortable. These Bose models are about as comfy as it gets for headphones.




Thanks. I will take a look at those ones
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