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Bose Soundlink Around Ear II Wireless Headphones in Black or White £129.95 Amazon
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Bose Soundlink Around Ear II Wireless Headphones in Black or White £129.95 Amazon

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Refreshed 11th Jul (Posted 11th Jul)
Had a camel alert for any price below £170 so at £129 it’s definitely a buy for me
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  • Deep, immersive sound, improved EQ performance for wireless headphones. Wireless range up to 9 meter
  • High microphone system, HD voice for clear calls in windy or noisy environments
  • Enhanced side tone so you sound more natural on calls , Ear cushion - 3.8 inches H x 2.9 inches W
  • Latest Bluetooth technology for easy connectivity and seamless audio/video syncs
  • Switch between two Bluetooth devices so you can watch a video while staying connected to your smartphone
  • This product is not a noise cancelling headphone

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Same price @ John Lewis with 2 year guarantee.
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Beat me to it. Fantastic price
Same price @ John Lewis with 2 year guarantee.
Same price in white, looking quite nice.
Great price!
Could anybody who owns a pair of these confirm whether or not those amazon reviewers are correct where they say the fabric parts wear away fast? That is what puts me off. I would love a pair, but don’t want them looking raggedy after a short while
Edited by: "DeadGirlSuperstar" 11th Jul
How do these stack up to QC Mk2’s? Obviously the Mk2’s will be superior given the price. But, are the Soundlinks good? Is the extra money proportionate to the additional gains?
kazkhan11/07/2019 15:08

How do these stack up to QC Mk2’s? Obviously the Mk2’s will be superior giv …How do these stack up to QC Mk2’s? Obviously the Mk2’s will be superior given the price. But, are the Soundlinks good? Is the extra money proportionate to the additional gains?


Do you mean the 35 mk2’s? From what I’ve heard (from other people) is these tend to sound better than the noise cancelling ones and less artificial sounding.
Stitch12311/07/2019 15:15

Do you mean the 35 mk2’s? From what I’ve heard (from other people) is the …Do you mean the 35 mk2’s? From what I’ve heard (from other people) is these tend to sound better than the noise cancelling ones and less artificial sounding.


Yes sorry that’s what I meant. Hmm very interesting!

To be honest, even if they sounded the same, I think I’d struggle to justify spending twice as much of the QC 35’s... thanks for the advice Stitch
kazkhan11/07/2019 15:18

Yes sorry that’s what I meant. Hmm very interesting!To be honest, even if t …Yes sorry that’s what I meant. Hmm very interesting!To be honest, even if they sounded the same, I think I’d struggle to justify spending twice as much of the QC 35’s... thanks for the advice Stitch


Jim’s reviews has a good review on YouTube of these.

I’m in the same boat. The premium for noise cancelling is high, and I’m wondering how often it would actually be beneficial.
DeadGirlSuperstar11/07/2019 14:47

Could anybody who owns a pair of these confirm whether or not those amazon …Could anybody who owns a pair of these confirm whether or not those amazon reviewers are correct where they say the fabric parts wear away fast? That is what puts me off. I would love a pair, but don’t want them looking raggedy after a short while


I’ve had them since Christmas and use them daily. Sometimes even use them working out. Still look brand new.
I’d be interested to know if anyone had used them whilst running
simonph11/07/2019 18:24

I’d be interested to know if anyone had used them whilst running


I’ve used the QC35s once for running . They wouldn’t stay on my head on anything more than a slow jog, the NC picked up loads of wind (if you google this it seems to be an issue) and they got really really sweaty. I had the same experience with Sony equivalent except the noise wind was now just run in either my AirPods or my beat x.
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