Bose QuietComfort 35 - Amazon £279
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Bose QuietComfort 35 - Amazon £279

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Found 28th Dec 2017
Amazon deal of the day for the 1st gen Bose QC35's

Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones - Black

amazon.co.uk/dp/…GFD


Sorry if already posted... Did a search and couldn't find it! Yes you can often find it cheaper, but thought it might help someone!
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Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon Warehouse

Now sending them back and picking up the big brother, WH-1000MK2 from Amazon DE for roughly £228 (257 EUR)

Pretty much every review says that Sony beat Bose entirely on sound quality, and perhaps Bose touch just above on noise cancellation, although half the reviews actually say Sony win here too

Good current price, but if you read comparisons and reviews, you can get better sound elsewhere at a cheaper price tag. Bose is just a name.
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Or £255.75 from Amazon Spain if you want to pay less
wileycat45 m ago

Or £255.75 from Amazon Spain if you want to pay less


or £232 in grey if you want to pay even less
Boss quiet comfort leak sound horribly, even at low volumes. These are not for office use.

They sound great though, and great price. Heat added!
beechus1 m ago

Boss quiet comfort leak sound horribly, even at low volumes. These are not …Boss quiet comfort leak sound horribly, even at low volumes. These are not for office use. They sound great though, and great price. Heat added!


They don't please don't mislead the potential consumer. I own one.
dalmore129 m ago

They don't please don't mislead the potential consumer. I own one.


I just had two pairs (replaced one, and returned the second) they both leaked sound at low levels, getting worse the louder you turned them up.

I am not misleading anyone. I am speaking from experience of owning two pairs of these headphones in the last week.
The very same deal with a cheaper price that i posted last year went ice cold
I've got the wired Bose Noise Cancelling headphones and they are great for the office. I can play music really loud and my work neighbour claims she can't hear a thing
Amazing headphones and seen today for £235 @ Gunwharf Quays Bose shop.
in bose shop only 239
beechus2 h, 43 m ago

Boss quiet comfort leak sound horribly, even at low volumes. These are not …Boss quiet comfort leak sound horribly, even at low volumes. These are not for office use. They sound great though, and great price. Heat added!


Really? I’ve a set of QC35’s and when the missus wears them I can’t hear a thing!
Got them for £211 using the ebay 20% discount Boom

The 11 version that is too !
Edited by: "blue1971" 29th Dec 2017
Bought for 180£ from eBay yesterday with 20% discount
Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon Warehouse

Now sending them back and picking up the big brother, WH-1000MK2 from Amazon DE for roughly £228 (257 EUR)

Pretty much every review says that Sony beat Bose entirely on sound quality, and perhaps Bose touch just above on noise cancellation, although half the reviews actually say Sony win here too

Good current price, but if you read comparisons and reviews, you can get better sound elsewhere at a cheaper price tag. Bose is just a name.
DaveRobinson8 h, 38 m ago

Really? I’ve a set of QC35’s and when the missus wears them I can’t hear a …Really? I’ve a set of QC35’s and when the missus wears them I can’t hear a thing!


Same here, owned 2 pairs, no leaks
They definitely leak sound more than I had expected them to but I would absolutely still recommend them. They sound fantastic and the noise cancellation on them is incredible. If I take them off in a noisy area I'm always surprised by how loud the background noise is because the headphones have managed to mute it so well.
I love my pair, brillit headphones and paid far more than this from JL
Edited by: "saxo_appeal" 29th Dec 2017
Have been cheaper at Amazon in the last few weeks and is available for a lot less elsewhere right now. COLD.
yaswanth4581 h, 2 m ago

Bought for 180£ from eBay yesterday with 20% discount



So did I (from the same seller I think)

Is yours a one month estimated delivery due to "high demand"?

I never noticed that before I ordered and its got me a little suspicious...
The second generation are £275 in-store at Bose.
beechus11 h, 50 m ago

I just had two pairs (replaced one, and returned the second) they both …I just had two pairs (replaced one, and returned the second) they both leaked sound at low levels, getting worse the louder you turned them up. I am not misleading anyone. I am speaking from experience of owning two pairs of these headphones in the last week.


I have the QC35 II, and I agree that at loud volumes if the person next to you has good hearing they will be able to hear the music.

But in an open plan office where someone is wearing them for noise cancelling they won't be heard at all.

The second benifit is that you can listen at lower volumes as the noise cancelling really is that good.

I have pretty good hearing and in a quiet room with them turn up to max you could hear them about a 2 meters or so away.
I WAS a BOSE fan for many years. I travel to States a lot and used to pick them up from airports/local retailers etc. - they seemed great at that time.
But I was disappointed when most of their products broke just out of warranty.
My QC 15's battery cover broke in 13 months. - never got it repaired, had to throw it (recycle it !)
My Soundlink went dead in 13 months - had to pay 90£ to get it repaired.
Cinemate went dead in 20 months - had to get that repaired for 125£

So Basically Im not happy with their product quality and won't be buying again. Sticking to Japanese brands as of now.
imranbashir_uk18 m ago

I have the QC35 II, and I agree that at loud volumes if the person next to …I have the QC35 II, and I agree that at loud volumes if the person next to you has good hearing they will be able to hear the music.But in an open plan office where someone is wearing them for noise cancelling they won't be heard at all.The second benifit is that you can listen at lower volumes as the noise cancelling really is that good.I have pretty good hearing and in a quiet room with them turn up to max you could hear them about a 2 meters or so away.


mustoofa10 m ago

I WAS a BOSE fan for many years. I travel to States a lot and used to pick …I WAS a BOSE fan for many years. I travel to States a lot and used to pick them up from airports/local retailers etc. - they seemed great at that time.But I was disappointed when most of their products broke just out of warranty.My QC 15's battery cover broke in 13 months. - never got it repaired, had to throw it (recycle it !)My Soundlink went dead in 13 months - had to pay 90£ to get it repaired.Cinemate went dead in 20 months - had to get that repaired for 125£So Basically Im not happy with their product quality and won't be buying again. Sticking to Japanese brands as of now.


You’re either unlucky or just clumsy! I’ve never had any issues with any Bose equipment, I’ve an original SoundDock that’s maybe 10 years old, and still going strong.
DatAlbino1 h, 22 m ago

Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon WarehouseNow sending …Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon WarehouseNow sending them back and picking up the big brother, WH-1000MK2 from Amazon DE for roughly £228 (257 EUR)Pretty much every review says that Sony beat Bose entirely on sound quality, and perhaps Bose touch just above on noise cancellation, although half the reviews actually say Sony win here tooGood current price, but if you read comparisons and reviews, you can get better sound elsewhere at a cheaper price tag. Bose is just a name.


I've had my 1000X's for the best part of a year now. Absolutely l love them. Not a huge fan of the Bose sound in general. Some love it but not quite for me. Great price for your Mk2's! Enjoyed the Sony's so much I'm hoping to snag a pair of their wireless buds (despite the shoddy user reviews...).

While £279 is a good price for the QC35's I would def suggest shopping around to see if any other 1000X's can be had for cheaper.
DaveRobinson14 m ago

You’re either unlucky or just clumsy! I’ve never had any issues with any Bo …You’re either unlucky or just clumsy! I’ve never had any issues with any Bose equipment, I’ve an original SoundDock that’s maybe 10 years old, and still going strong.


No idea why you quoted me.

I'm neither clumsy nor unlucky. I'm perfectly happy with my Bose headphones.

Someone pointed out that they leak noise and I agreed with them but put it into to context that they don't leak to the point that they are a nuisance in real use.

There are issues with the Bose headphones and I could go into detail about them here but what's the point as given the choice in my view they are still the best compromise for me and so would still buy them again.

I don't understand the point of the sound dock comparison, the headphones are very different will get far more abuse and have a limited life thanks to their non user replaceable battery.

You could replace it yourself in 3 years time or get bose to do it and pay through the nose or just sell them on as they hold their price well and get the latest pair.
Edited by: "imranbashir_uk" 29th Dec 2017
Sony's latest noise cancelling headset has superior NC Capabilities. Bose are now on the catch-up.
DatAlbino1 h, 48 m ago

Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon WarehouseNow sending …Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon WarehouseNow sending them back and picking up the big brother, WH-1000MK2 from Amazon DE for roughly £228 (257 EUR)Pretty much every review says that Sony beat Bose entirely on sound quality, and perhaps Bose touch just above on noise cancellation, although half the reviews actually say Sony win here tooGood current price, but if you read comparisons and reviews, you can get better sound elsewhere at a cheaper price tag. Bose is just a name.


I also picked up the Sony MDR1000x but from John Lewis for £199, having tested my friend's Bose QC35s. I too prefer the sound of the Sonys. I wouldn't say the "quality" of the sound was better, but it was just richer. Bose ones had better noise cancelling.... Not by much though. I absolutely love my MDR1000x and am very happy with them.
mustoofa1 h, 14 m ago

I WAS a BOSE fan for many years. I travel to States a lot and used to pick …I WAS a BOSE fan for many years. I travel to States a lot and used to pick them up from airports/local retailers etc. - they seemed great at that time.But I was disappointed when most of their products broke just out of warranty.My QC 15's battery cover broke in 13 months. - never got it repaired, had to throw it (recycle it !)My Soundlink went dead in 13 months - had to pay 90£ to get it repaired.Cinemate went dead in 20 months - had to get that repaired for 125£So Basically Im not happy with their product quality and won't be buying again. Sticking to Japanese brands as of now.


Always had great support from Bose for reparing and replacing products.
DaveRobinson10 h, 45 m ago

Really? I’ve a set of QC35’s and when the missus wears them I can’t hear a …Really? I’ve a set of QC35’s and when the missus wears them I can’t hear a thing!


They must have lowered their quality gates with newer production models. It’s awful now.
beechus13 h, 22 m ago

I just had two pairs (replaced one, and returned the second) they both …I just had two pairs (replaced one, and returned the second) they both leaked sound at low levels, getting worse the louder you turned them up. I am not misleading anyone. I am speaking from experience of owning two pairs of these headphones in the last week.


1 week
imranbashir_uk1 h, 9 m ago

No idea why you quoted me.I'm neither clumsy nor unlucky. I'm perfectly …No idea why you quoted me.I'm neither clumsy nor unlucky. I'm perfectly happy with my Bose headphones.Someone pointed out that they leak noise and I agreed with them but put it into to context that they don't leak to the point that they are a nuisance in real use.There are issues with the Bose headphones and I could go into detail about them here but what's the point as given the choice in my view they are still the best compromise for me and so would still buy them again.I don't understand the point of the sound dock comparison, the headphones are very different will get far more abuse and have a limited life thanks to their non user replaceable battery.You could replace it yourself in 3 years time or get bose to do it and pay through the nose or just sell them on as they hold their price well and get the latest pair.


I don’t know why it quoted you either! It wasn’t supposed to.
beechus14 m ago

They must have lowered their quality gates with newer production models. …They must have lowered their quality gates with newer production models. It’s awful now.


Mine are three weeks old! Far from awful.
What is the difference between this model and newer one???
madel798 m ago

What is the difference between this model and newer one???



About 50 quid!!
DatAlbino4 h, 3 m ago

Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon WarehouseNow sending …Picked up the MDR 1000X for £155 on BF from Amazon WarehouseNow sending them back and picking up the big brother, WH-1000MK2 from Amazon DE for roughly £228 (257 EUR)Pretty much every review says that Sony beat Bose entirely on sound quality, and perhaps Bose touch just above on noise cancellation, although half the reviews actually say Sony win here tooGood current price, but if you read comparisons and reviews, you can get better sound elsewhere at a cheaper price tag. Bose is just a name.


Showing up as €309 for me
FireOnAWire15 m ago

Showing up as €309 for me


It is indeed, shame looks like they caught on perhaps and upped the price to standard 309

If you can get the WH1000MK2 for less than 250 you're laughin'

i would certainly buy them at anything under 280 as opposed to out of date Bose's ^^
I've recently bought a pair of these but considering returning as the sound feels "dull". Not sure if this the NC or just the sound produced by Bose. Shopping around for Sony MDR1000X but wondering wether the WH-1000MK2 are worth the extra £50?
ianbeany2 h, 5 m ago

About 50 quid!!


Thanks but I mean specs wise
madel7959 m ago

Thanks but I mean specs wise


Ah right I misunderstood!

They are both equally comfortable whilst wearing specs
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