Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones for Apple Devices £169.98 @ QVC
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Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise Cancelling On-Ear Headphones for Apple Devices £169.98 @ QVC

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Edited by:"morrig"Found 27th Aug 2017
Was upped on the 19 Augaust by Zenun but expired back on again .
Good phones at a really good price.
Black only.
States Apple and Android?

  • Connects easily to personal audio devices
  • Apple and Android compatible
  • 3.5mm jack input
  • Headphones (l x w x d): 19.1cm x 15.2cm x 4.5cm (7.5" x 6" x 1.8")
  • Weight: 194.3g





What's in the box?




  • QuietComfort 25 headphones
  • Dual-plug adaptor
  • 1.42m QC25 inline remote and microphone cable
  • Carrying case
  • 1 x AAA battery
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Top comments
You should point out that this QVC version has a nice diamanté detail, and a couple of crystal dolphins leaping through a wave on each ear.
They catch the light beautifully.
Aiadi45 m ago

Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight …Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight after the warranty period is up.


Mine went before warrenty, left ear cup stopped working, it's all down to how they fold into the case that over time pulls and degrades the internal cabling. Simple fix was to buy a cheap £5 case off Amazon that holds them in the normal shape without folding them into the compact shape.
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You should point out that this QVC version has a nice diamanté detail, and a couple of crystal dolphins leaping through a wave on each ear.
They catch the light beautifully.
Nice
Ordered - amazing deal!!
Are these android compatible?
Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight after the warranty period is up.
Nice, but I wouldn't buy without BT now sadly.
No no there are cheaper phone
Aiadi35 m ago

Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight …Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight after the warranty period is up.


Mine went after 18 months. I managed to get a replacement. I now only use them on flights.
Wow, thanks morrig. Heat from me.
I missed out on the previous posting by 10 minutes;
But I registered at that time and was left cussing.
But it's an ill wind. .....
Since registering 8 or 9 days ago, QVC snail mailed me a £10. off first purchase promotional code.
I have just used it in my order.
WP17833 as a promotional code, not a voucher, Not sure if anyone else can use it. Code expires 24/09/2017.
Txs again morrig.
Edited by: "Publix" 27th Aug 2017
Aiadi45 m ago

Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight …Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight after the warranty period is up.


Mine went before warrenty, left ear cup stopped working, it's all down to how they fold into the case that over time pulls and degrades the internal cabling. Simple fix was to buy a cheap £5 case off Amazon that holds them in the normal shape without folding them into the compact shape.
Foley2001_uk19 m ago

Mine went before warrenty, left ear cup stopped working, it's all down to …Mine went before warrenty, left ear cup stopped working, it's all down to how they fold into the case that over time pulls and degrades the internal cabling. Simple fix was to buy a cheap £5 case off Amazon that holds them in the normal shape without folding them into the compact shape.


Hi do you have a link to the case you got?


edit: something like this?

amazon.co.uk/Sec…ase
Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 27th Aug 2017
Love the noise cancellation on these
ricki3791 h, 51 m ago

Are these android compatible?


should be.

so long as has 3.5mm adapter than fine

i got some from CEX and then my friend at work did

they have an apple device and only difference i think is the volume remote?
ScoobyZ42 m ago

Hi do you have a link to the case you got?edit: something like …Hi do you have a link to the case you got?edit: something like this?https://www.amazon.co.uk/SecretRain-Carrying-Headphone-MDRZX310-Sennheiser-Black/dp/B013OOX23U/ref=sr_1_5?s=electronics-accessories&ie=UTF8&qid=1503861845&sr=1-5&keywords=Headphone+case

Ha! EXACTLY like those.... :-)
do the QC25' have superior noise cancellation to Sennheiser Momentum 2?
Given that it has a 3.5mm jack (as you'd expect of a pair of headphones) surely it's anything but 'for Apple devices'?

Seriously though, it's a pair of headphones. Why does Android/Apple compatibility come into it? Also they seem distinctly over-ear rather than on-ear to me. Finally, they're pretty expensive for a wired pair, though admittedly much cheaper than on Amazon. Got my Sony MDR100 for the same price - cracking wireless ANC headphones.
It's the inline controls which are Apple or Android specific however many Android users find you can get limited use of the buttons depending on phone. Instead get a Bluetooth dongle or an Android specific cable/control from eBay.
Ordered thanks, 🏻 fantastic offer and price
Edited by: "jamesantro" 27th Aug 2017
Brilliant deal, was just looking at the same pair in Dixon's at Edinburgh airport for £249.95
Sound is absolutely beautiful.
Ordered!!!! Thanks Morrig 🏻
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These better than the V-Moda Crossfade Wireless?
Good price but if you can afford a little more and want Bluetooth than the Sony MDR1000X are absolutely brilliant.
Edited by: "busterdan" 28th Aug 2017
That moment when you vote this deal cold and the temperature goes higher. Brilliant, GG HUKD!
Is this for real? Too good to be true.
andreialisen3 h, 28 m ago

That moment when you vote this deal cold and the temperature goes higher. …That moment when you vote this deal cold and the temperature goes higher. Brilliant, GG HUKD!

That moment others voted it hot?
busterdan4 h, 58 m ago

Good price but if you can afford a little more and want Bluetooth than the …Good price but if you can afford a little more and want Bluetooth than the Sony MDR1000X are absolutely brilliant.


A little more?
Great deal. Have a pair of these and they are excellent (older model). If only this was for the QC35 wireless ones I would upgrade. Tried them at the airport and sound just as good.
Can anyone recommend any headphones like this but wireless?
Ussyyy14 m ago

Can anyone recommend any headphones like this but wireless?


BoseQC35
Edited by: "slize" 28th Aug 2017
I hear Bose's new range is being released shortly, so am holding out.

The noise cancellation is incredible on the QC35 (never tried the QC25)
Ussyyy1 h, 29 m ago

Can anyone recommend any headphones like this but wireless?

Sony MDR-1000X, Plantronics backbeat pro?
Both the Sony and plantronics are bassier than the Qc25. Sony marginally trumps the anc on the bose, has a few more features and is wireless but costs double! Plantronics has worse anc and slightly bulkier but great wireless range, excellent battery and features. Qc25 is lovely and light but unsure about the build quality. Can just use as noise defenders on plane without cable unlike the Sony.
Edited by: "jayjay266" 28th Aug 2017
Aiadi15 h, 1 m ago

Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight …Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight after the warranty period is up.

My first pair failed just outside the Bose 12 month warranty period. Luckily, Britain is in the EU so they were covered by EU consumer protection regulations for at least 24 months & Bose replaced them without any problem. 2nd pair doing in fine after 6 months, but I do use them sparingly on longer weekend commutes only.
Last time I looked at the Amazon reviews a number of reviewers were complaining of the same issue (failed sound in one cup). Bose agents were responding in the review section advising purchasers to contact them for replacements even outside warranty. It is annoying if they fail, but Bose customer service / support seems to be very good.
c787ocn36 m ago

My first pair failed just outside the Bose 12 month warranty period. …My first pair failed just outside the Bose 12 month warranty period. Luckily, Britain is in the EU so they were covered by EU consumer protection regulations for at least 24 months & Bose replaced them without any problem. 2nd pair doing in fine after 6 months, but I do use them sparingly on longer weekend commutes only.Last time I looked at the Amazon reviews a number of reviewers were complaining of the same issue (failed sound in one cup). Bose agents were responding in the review section advising purchasers to contact them for replacements even outside warranty. It is annoying if they fail, but Bose customer service / support seems to be very good.


If there is a inherent fault with a product, then I'm pretty sure they would have to fix that problem. Whether it's in warranty or not. You just have to prove the product has a problem. Shouldn't be to hard with threads like this on the internet. That is probably why they sorted yours out.
I have a set of QC35 and will certainly be complaining if this problem happens. I'm glad I read this thread now.
None left. (Waitlist available for black - but it states this could be up to 90 days)
Danosaur11 h, 56 m ago

If there is a inherent fault with a product, then I'm pretty sure they …If there is a inherent fault with a product, then I'm pretty sure they would have to fix that problem. Whether it's in warranty or not. You just have to prove the product has a problem. Shouldn't be to hard with threads like this on the internet. That is probably why they sorted yours out.I have a set of QC35 and will certainly be complaining if this problem happens. I'm glad I read this thread now.

I did read a thread at the time suggesting a known fault with certain (early?) batches of qc25s. The guy on the phone at Bose didn't specifically confirm this but immediately offered to replace the faulty pair. Replacements arrived within a week. I assume there was a manufacturing issue that was resolved on later batches. Can't really fault their customer service.
Aiadi17 h, 39 m ago

Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight …Was going for one but read the reviews about them tending to go straight after the warranty period is up.


Mine stopped working just before 2yr warranty expired. I was lucky, but I guess new ones might go off shortly too. Great product, poor manufacturing.
Ussyyy4 h, 13 m ago

Can anyone recommend any headphones like this but wireless?


Oh yes, iPhones don't have a jack Go for QC35 then
Great headphones, but prefer my Bose QuietComfort 35
seems the item is now available as waiting list only
they're great.
I bought mine second hand and they broke pretty quick but was a 5 minute job with a soldering iron 😏
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