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All Bose Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
Anyone worried about it not being genuine is miss informed. I ordered some QC25’s from there after a deal was posted on HUKD a few weeks ago. All legit activated the Bose 2year manufacturing warranty last week
Anyone saying this site is not to be trusted, please why spread false info when you have no idea? Just don't post at all, you just confuse people for no reason. Joybuy is affiliate of JD.com for Western audiences. They are one of the biggest Chinese marketplace and most similar to Amazon in China. They only allow official retailers and are not like Gearbest or any other Chinese sites used often here. They are far more trustworthy than Aliexpress or resellers like Gearbest, GeekBuying or Banggood. Now since JoyBuy is actually selling official merchandise as official retailer, they declare true value of the items, it is more likely you'll be charged with customs tax if you use them so keep that in mind. It is best for purchases below 50quid.
Why not buy from ebay? I got Series 2 at £190
I bought phones in the past from there and had no issues.
Yeah, you're right, just had a look and it doesn't seem very trustworthy :/
Having had there for a week or two I have to say this is probably the best use of 50 quid if yet want some really good sounding comfortable earphones. They are superb sounding and really comfortable. I use them with an mp3 player and not a phone. The buttons don't work but I never expected them to so not a mark down from me. Really pleased with them and tempted to get another pair as spare to go with the dozens of earphones I have!
Thanks op. Bought one with Amazon £10 coupon after they missed the delivery for one of my order yesterday. Looking for a replacement for my returned soundmagic e10c earphones which had poor mic when using it with my s7 edge.
Apple solved that problem for you. They removed the 3.5mm socket entirely so you don't have to deal with these trivial matters of in-line remotes not working properly (lol) I know they have those stupid Lighting-to-3.5mm adapters but I recall losing both of mine within 3 days and just ending up with wireless headphones instead.
I have a pair of these and they have been unbelievably robust. Very good sound too. (y)
Same here. Pleasure
AAHHHHH, I think i get it now, so your friends parents Fridge put you off ALL Amercan people for life, and not the fact that they where Christian Fundamentalists or believed all Africans where Uncivilised Heathens, yet you don't like the population of one of the largest countries in the world because of a kitchen appliance! Makes total Sense!......... :/
Their fridge, like everything else in their apartment, had been shipped over from the USA as no other countries made such obscene refrigerators in the early 1960's. The entire family were also Christian Fundamentalists opined African's were uncivilised heathens. My parents loathed them and it was that morning on seeing the contents of their fridge that it dawned on me why my father and mother took such a disliking to them.
That’s a great story, you should sell that to Steven Spielberg, and he could most certainly made milk a Trilogy out of it! Oh no wait, he’s an American, and you hate them all because of a fridge, that was more than likely made in Asia, which you seen in a house in Ghana, Africa!...........🤪😳🤭
£10 off your first order over £40 with code: MJX9U
Mine came with a golf ball sized hole in side of packaging and a dint on the back left, which with a bit of work will knock out. I got it £60 cheaper in end.
Oops replied to wrong thread ha ha never mind
No problem, I’m not sure if that Bosch one has a hammer function for drilling also I can’t see any torque figures mentioned. Only a 10mm chuck with the Bosch as well? Brand aside, if it was my money I’d go for the Stanley, being brushless along with the extra batteries should be enough to convince you it’s the drill to choose.
Oops sorry Is the Stanley fatmax at £100 a better drill?
As I said in the post, Amazon has it with 1.5Ah batteries whereas B&Q are selling it with 2Ah batteries.
One of the most ignorant comments I’ve ever read on here and that’s saying something. iPhones are similarly priced to equivalent model android phones (Galaxy and Pixel). New build houses can be the easiest and sometime only route first time buyers are able to take to get on the property ladder. Bose are known for quality and are not just priced high to rip people off. Can’t speak for BMWs as I know nothing about cars.
I dive an Audi and bought a new house 2 years ago (got a great deal on fixtures and fitting and house valued much more than I paid for it). I agree, I like quality too and its worth paying a little more but often you ban get better quality for ‘standard’ price by stopping around.
You don't always get what you pay for. For instance the JBL wireless speakers use LiPo batteries that fail after a while, as does the charging port on the Pulse 2 and possibly other models. Remember these are about twicr the price of the Anker speaker. The Anker Soundcore Boost is very well built, it may not be made of aluminium like the Soundlink Mini II, but has a very solid feel to it, certainly a big upgrade over their older A3143 Premium Bluetooth speaker which was very plasticy. And Anker's Lithium Ion battery tech is known for being very high quality and long lasting. I have no doubt that my Soundcore Boost will outlast my JBL Pulse 2, I solely bought the Pulse 2 for the lightshow despite it having average sound compared to the Anker.
I had some Anker headphones and the quality wasn't there. They failed after 6months. Replaced them with Bose ones 18 months ago and still going strong. You get what you pay for. It just depends what quality you want. Personally I don't think Anker will last years but that's not their pricepoint. If you replace/lose/damage/upgrade stuff then go for cheaper Anker you want things to last longer Bose is good value.
And it will only sound a quarter as good. I hear what you are saying about Bose equipment. However this is the exception, the Soundlink Mini II is an outstanding speaker and at this price it’s red hot.
Not true, this is 10 quid cheaper than everywhere except JL. The started price was around 239.
There is now Soundlink III as they have changed the designed completely for their latest speaker.
They had refurb stock of the mini v2 and new of the Revolve models. They said the mini v2 is no longer in production. I had chance to compare the two models although I didn't buy either from there, instead I managed to grab a new Revolve for £120 from Amazon just before Xmas.
Maybe so. But clearly they are wrong as it is still available form Bose. Maybe they had no stock and wanted you to buy something they did have.
Great sounding speaker but it's just not loud enough. I wouldn't buy one now.
Guys go to ebay version 2 under £230
Apologies, I didn't do a nationwide stock-check because I, perhaps naively, assumed that there was stock available. Must do better ... 😩
Usual click baiting strategy from Curry’s. Curry’s guys stop posting this and HDUK people stop adding heat to encourage it.
Hi guys, I sell brand new PS4 PROs for £100 but they are not in stock at the moment and will never be.
Back to full price now. Expired.
I'm not sure, I never bought one, I've got these ones with the iOS cable and use them with my android phone. I can pause and play but the volume buttons don't work but it doesn't really bother me cause I can easily press the side buttons on my phone without taking it out my pocket. I'd suggest having a look on ebay, the official cable from bose is more than 30£.. Ridicolous..
Same. Got a pair of QC15 and QC25 from AliExpress (before they went legit). Everything was pretty much bang on perfect except the serial number was listed as being from a batch that were sold to Apple in California...and had been registered with Bose many, many times over
Heat (devil) Did u register ur headphones with bose OP? Would be good to know if they are genuine as coming from China.
I would be very careful to check this, as one of the guys I work with ordered for £17! an exact copy of my QC15 and apart from the fact that they weren't branded Bose they were very close to perfect, perhaps the plastic was a little different, but nothing that marked it as vastly inferior quality, and after trying them for 2mins they seemed to work fantastically well....
These are terrible headphones. I’m still a big bose fan but these don’t deserve the branding.
Are there any good earphones with the comfort of Bose? Suggestions above are gash, might as well buy skullcandy.
Samsung is Android though? Seems like a weird way to describe the item on their end, unless Samsung is paying them a handsome amount
No euro tax. We are still in EU. Comes from UK warehouse.
does the invoice has VAT or there will be a EUR tax on the invoice
I have one brand new sealed for £230 including postal charge, pm me
I've been looking to get this one. Can't find a better price than what OP has suggested. Not sure why this isn't generating more heat.
For any warranty claims Bose will ask for a purchase proof from their partner retailer, don’t know how will it work, could you please clarify, by the way there seems to be lot Bose Headphones being sold on ebay at good price £225-£250
Bose USA stores sell manufacturer refurbs for £93 . Just got a pair coming back from Cali. Worth picking up if anyone's on holiday or work there. International warranty included
Why not buy brand new QC35's off eBay! A load of pre-order Huawei P20 owners got them free with a new handset and are offloading them on eBay - a bargain to be had, if you already wanted them!
Also free if you transfer to first direct, might be different model.
Apologies £159.95 it wouldn't post before yeah a refurb with a 2 year warranty.
Return them then 2 year warranty
Had to return mine that I bought a few months back as the noise from any contact with the cable was unacceptable. They were only usable if I sat absolutely still. Any movement made a noise - so using them on the move (which was why I bought them) was a non-starter.
I got a pair of these for Xmas and the cable between the wire and the headphone jack has already frayed - good sound and comfortable to wear but the build quality is very poor
A mug buy
No highs? No lows? It must be Bose!
Errr. Not in my experience. Also Bose offer excellent after sales support but I don't think anyone will disagree that a quality retailer is to be preferred.
Great for plane noise. Shame they only block mechanical noise and not voices/screaming kids. I agree that Currys after sales support is shocking. "Got a problem with your purchase sir? You'd better send it off to the manufacturer then!" "But I only bought it yesterday ?" "Sorry, that's store policy..."
second that currys are crap would never buy from there again
These headphones are good, but they will stop working after around a year. Mine lasted less than three months. I'd recommend buying from somewhere like John Lewis who are great with guarantees if you really do want them. I've just returned mine, as JL didn't have stock of new ones.
Yes select 6th which they accept
what did you choose as purchase date as 5th april is blocked, you can only choose a date after 5th april for purchase date,
Call o2 the will send u proof of purchase and they want to be sure that pre ordered was place within time limit which was 5th april 23:59
can i ask how you claimed? what did you use as proof of purchase and where did you get proof of purchase from? also they ask of sate of purchase but don't allow to clock 5th april, what did you choose?
I think they’re on clearance as Apple has been so courageous by removing the 3.5mm jack and making things like this obsolete. You can use these on Android though, the controls (volume) don’t work. Good headphones though. I used these until I couldn’t plug them in on the new iPhones - got Plantronics Backbeat Fit now.
i have these not bad sound quality is good the jack is not very good as its not L shaped and the wire is a bit short but over all not bad
Apologies. Hadn’t clicked on the red! :p
Huh? It says "more than 10 in stock" for every colour.
Thanks for the heads up for John Lewis to price match
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.
￼bitcoin5 wrote: 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 hotukdeals.com/deals/huawei-p20-pro-325-free-boser-qc-35-on-o2-refresh-54999-2918021 Works out £550 for the pro on O2 refresh with the free headphones. O2 will also unlock it.
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.
He means P20! Pro is £799
No offence meant by it. I just mean that not everybody is bothered about stuff like that. Some people are happy with £5 earbuds and some people can't abide by the cheaper and go for the the £50 ones. Different strokes.
What a comment...
Difference between £60 and £15 is £45.
Yeah, you'll find that headphones of those ranges will have different responses to the lows, mids and highs. That being said, if you're asking the question then you're potentially not enough of an audiophile to be bothered by (or even notice) the difference.