Bose QuietComfort 35 MK II Headphones - £269 @ Peter Tyson AV
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Bose QuietComfort 35 MK II Headphones - £269 @ Peter Tyson AV

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Found 31st Mar
QuietComfort wireless headphones II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they're even better. With the Google Assistant built in, you can play music, receive texts and get answers without glancing at your phone.
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There is also the MK 1 for £249
If you are not buying a Huawei P20 Pro for £600 to get a pair of these free, this is a fab price for them!
Yeah true, I don't get why its cold 😜 votes
Edited by: "RaiKush" 31st Mar
RaiKush3 m ago

Yeah true, I don't get why its cold 😜 votes



Sorry to break it to you but it has been this price for a while now.. not voting
RaiKush4 m ago

Yeah true, I don't get why its cold 😜 votes


Might be that when everyone's "free" ones, hit fleabay & dumtree, the price will be around this amount maybe!
HSG14 m ago

Sorry to break it to you but it has been this price for a while now.. not …Sorry to break it to you but it has been this price for a while now.. not voting


Oh I didn't know....too late to the party I guess lol. I have seen them at 329 all the time. I know (like Bitcoin said)Huawei are giving them away for free if u buy the P20/pro so if you ain't buying the P20 I thought this is a fab price.
Edited by: "RaiKush" 31st Mar
RaiKush3 m ago

Oh I didn't know....too late to the party I guess lol. I have seen them at …Oh I didn't know....too late to the party I guess lol. I have seen them at 329 all the time. I know (like Bitcoin said)Huawei are giving them away for free if u buy the P20/pro so if you ain't buying the P20 I thought this is a fab price.



Well Bitcoin is right too.,
I said because I bought the same pair over Black Friday at that price ..
As others have said buy the P20/P20 Pro and sell the phone when it arrives but keep the free headphones and it's much cheaper than this price.

For no hassle this price looks good though.
bitcoin55 h, 32 m ago

If you are not buying a Huawei P20 Pro for £600 to get a pair of these …If you are not buying a Huawei P20 Pro for £600 to get a pair of these free, this is a fab price for them!

P20 Pro for £600...have you a link
rob5852 h, 56 m ago

P20 Pro for £600...have you a link


He means P20! Pro is £799
Heat added. I had already purchased this last week and it’s a good deal. Yes, Huawei are offering it for free with a phone but tbh I don’t think most people would want to part with £600+ to get it free and then sell the phone, too much hassle. I tried these headphones at the airport on duty free and they are absolutely lightweight and amazing.
These headphones have been this price for a while at various retailers, RGB and PRC direct are two of them. I submitted a price match to John Lewis for this price.

I am still 50/50 on whether I want to go through the hassle of purchasing the P20 because you can't claim the headphones for another 3 or 4 weeks, and you won't even get them until May, so you have to hold onto the phone for a month and faff about with an online form where you MUST have all of the receipts and details they require.

I also see the fact the headphones are RRP'd on the P20 deals as a bit of a problem, because it means most of the eBay/Gumtree prices will be about £300 which means they'll still be well above many online retailers, so there's no point waiting for those either.
dkl_uk1st Apr

These headphones have been this price for a while at various retailers, …These headphones have been this price for a while at various retailers, RGB and PRC direct are two of them. I submitted a price match to John Lewis for this price.I am still 50/50 on whether I want to go through the hassle of purchasing the P20 because you can't claim the headphones for another 3 or 4 weeks, and you won't even get them until May, so you have to hold onto the phone for a month and faff about with an online form where you MUST have all of the receipts and details they require.I also see the fact the headphones are RRP'd on the P20 deals as a bit of a problem, because it means most of the eBay/Gumtree prices will be about £300 which means they'll still be well above many online retailers, so there's no point waiting for those either.


Thanks for the heads up for John Lewis to price match
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