Bose Soundwear neck wear speaker - £199.99 @ Bose
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Bose Soundwear neck wear speaker - £199.99 @ Bose

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Posted 21st May
Reduced from £249.99 to £199.99 with free postage. While its not great as a speaker for wearing outdoors it was the ideal solution for me watching TV with the usual low sound issues and weak dialogue while advertisements are pumped out at full blast. If you have a bluetooth tv then you can experience brilliant sound right under your ears. The sound will spill over so my missus sitting next to me can hear as well.
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Picked mine up in the USA last year for about £130, fantastic quality product but i don't use it much. Hot
PS. i also owned the the JBL and it is junk compared to this.
I honestly don't see the market for this product. Maybe the elderly but that's about it
JontyMick21/05/2020 11:59

I honestly don't see the market for this product. Maybe the elderly but …I honestly don't see the market for this product. Maybe the elderly but that's about it


I would wear it when I am cycling.
JontyMick21/05/2020 11:59

I honestly don't see the market for this product. Maybe the elderly but …I honestly don't see the market for this product. Maybe the elderly but that's about it


I use one daily for cycling.
Azwipe21/05/2020 11:52

Picked mine up in the USA last year for about £130, fantastic quality …Picked mine up in the USA last year for about £130, fantastic quality product but i don't use it much. HotPS. i also owned the the JBL and it is junk compared to this.


I had the jbl one returned before to use as a casual gaming headset but I found that has two channels, one for music(no microphone) and one for chat(low quality sound) which can't be used at the same time so game audio with microphone would come out in phone call quality.
Do you have experience with this one's microphone when not in a call situation?
meh, no massage function
Got the Bluedio one from amazon for £16
I love this product, have been using it for over a year now, and I think I paid about £220.
I mainly use it for work, I hate headphones as they give me pain in my ears as the pads push down.
I have B&O H8 and Bose QC3 headphones for when I have to use them, but they're not comfortable for long periods of time.
For work I use the Soundwear when working at home for hands free calling, MS Teams or working on presentations.
Yes, it looks a little weird, but the sound is good, its not too heavy and it doesn't hurt my ears. At £199 the price is good fantastic.
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