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Blending incredible noise cancellation technology with unrivalled comfort, long battery lives, and seamless interaction with smartphones and voice assistants, the Bose QuietComfort collection is redefining what audio lovers expect from headphone designs. Anyone who wants stunning audio and cutting edge features will love what they find at the Bose QuietComfort hotukdeals listings. Read more
Bose Quietcomfort 35 Headphones - £199 instore @ Bose Outlet
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Bose outlet trinity mall leeds The sale is on for quietcomfort 35 just £199. Amazon still sells it for £259
Felipe.Lopes

How can someone compare with the amazon ones if those are refurbished? Please change the title.

qulxer

Now that the Bose 700's have been released, it may be worth holding off for a price reduction on the 35II

Stitch123

£259. Usual amazon price. No discount on prime day.

nacho99

What is the discount for amazon prime customers?

andy1234

I think you will find they are refurb....

Refurbished QuietComfort 35 II Headphones - £199.95 at McArthur Glen
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31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Bose QC35 II at the Bose store Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet. Offer valid in store until 31/07/19 Absolutely amazing offer on some of the best headphones on the market. I’ve not s… Read more
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cabstar

bought a pair today look like new no cables supplied and in a white box with a sticker on. really pleased with them. wasn't impressed with the sound of the 700 pair they sounded really flat to me

kamikazilucas

ya think these will go to under 200 on prime day?

Thor-Dealheim

Thanks, just grabbed a pair from Mcarthur Glen, York. Sounded like they have a load still in stock of both black and silver. Rose gold are not included in the offer, but are new for (I think) £259

coxy86

Just purchased them in store. They had a delivery this morning and I think they had about 4 black ones left. They look immaculate and work absolutely fine 🔥

Collintimson

So it's offline deal?

Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) qc35 II (in black, silver, rose gold) £259 Amazon
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Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones, Noise Cancelling with Amazon Alexa 3 colors available For UK it’s not so bad, combined with the amazon assistant deal it cou… Read more
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Dodge62

Costco today had Bose and Sony. I can confirm that the Bose ones felt lighter and slightly more comfortable. The Sony ones were marked "Bluetooth not operational - demo use only" but actually the Bluetooth worked fine and I was able to connect to my phone and play some ALAC music. I thought the sound was pretty good. Unfortunately the Bose ones did NOT connect to my Bluetooth, so I wasn't able to do a proper comparison. If the Sonys had Bluetooth 5.0 I'd probably have bought a pair. But as it is I can't help feeling I'm buying last-generation tech. Guess I need to wait for XM4 / 700 series and compare those. I wonder if an imminent XM4 is why Costco have the current deal on XM3s.

Dodge62

Yes, I believe the Bose ones are reckoned to be really good for calls

Felipe.Lopes

But the Bose ones are good on that no? I heard the Sony are not...

Dodge62

Obviously it comes from the original material, but no headphone speaker is capable of producing a flat frequency response from 20Hz to 20KHz, so to overcome the limitations of the speaker it probably boosts lower frequencies to compensate. That can often produce 'muddy' sound with a lack of clarity in the lower mid-range. No idea if it does on the Sony ones or not - I'll have to try to get an extended audition to find out whether I like it or not.

Jace_Phoenix

Thing is, it's not overblown bass at all... It's just what already exists on the source material, it doesn't find bass from anywhere and add it in artifically. I don't like too much Bass at all personally either, but i don't want anything filtered out either, i would like to make that choice myself And yeah, some people may want to listen to just audio books..... but the majority wiill be listening to music or movies with explosions etc, the Bose just won't have the same impact. Call quality is absolutely fine for me and the Sony app allows for you to alter the bass and has an equalizer too

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Bose® QuietComfort® 35 MK II Wireless Headphones (Black & Silver) £249.90 + 3 Years Warranty @ Peter Tyson
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Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
Not a bad deal with the 3 year warranty included. QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II Black What happens when you clear away the noisy distractions of the world? Concentratio… Read more
Felipe.Lopes

Any coupon or cashback for this store?

Mrswitch

Cheers (y)

pennycharles

Thanks for sharing OP! Great that it comes with warranty (y)

SailorMickey

I've got some. I love them. If I get mown down by a car I never heard coming, hope the headset survives for someone else to enjoy.

JustDaley

I have these, got them with a similar warranty. They’re genuinely amazing. I don’t usually spend this kind of money on things I don’t need but if I lost mine tomorrow I’d buy another pair. Makes travelling much easier with the house cancelling and you can wear them for hours very comfortably. Only downside is if it’s particularly hot where you are, they don’t breathe very well.

Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones for Apple Devices (Black) £115.24 (£111 w/Fee Free Card) delivered @ Amazon Italy
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Great price for decent headphones lowest price as per 3 Camel website previous lowest £129. Next best price in UK £162. The QC20i are the first in-ear noise cancelling headp… Read more
ephadrine

These headphones are amazing. I had these for about 2 half years. Use them constantly in the gym. Never had a problem with them.

dave_stuf67

YEs they will. Perhaps the button for pause play and volume won't work. I use the android ones on an Iphone. Just don't use the buttons on the mic unit.

iMechanic

The mic is great for calls. Also doesn’t fall out and doesn’t need batteries and isn’t very isolating so great for long runs yet you can still hear cars coming. Only ok for music.

Stitch123

Thanks for the reply. I work as a therapist and some of my work is online over zoom. I want an earphone / mic set up which more discreet than my current headset and mic, but the client needs to be able to hear me as well as possible.

ru55

Yes use them for Skype for business on company laptop and work perfectly

New Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Headphones with integrated Alexa £222.56 Or £214 Using A Fee Free Card @ Amazon Italy
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price further reduced from £234.64 to £222.56
Price Drop 20/6 10am, thanks to @matwalaboy Excellent price for these, £225 if paying with a clarity card or such like at checkout in euros. Description Bose QuietComfort 35… Read more
KeyboardKitten

The low latency is a bummer really is you can tell it's out of sync but they're so comfortable that I didn't return them, great for flights I'll just use the cable to remove latency, not the most ideal solution but oh well

Shinoke

Those thinking about the Bose 700 - they don't even have AptX support, what a joke. But then nor do the QC 35 Premium headphones from a headphone/speaker company that don't even have decent sound. Can't believe I even gave consideration to these.

Shinoke

The Sony's aren't much good for people with big ears I've afraid. Small or medium only. I really don't rate Bose, tried the QC 35, and thought they felt cheap and plasticky - visible screw in the earcup hinge etc. But they were very light and comfortable, and the earcups are larger than that on the Sony and Sennheiser noise cancelling headphones. Do these not have bluetooth low latency then? That means they're no good for watching videos.

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pc2258

I love my AirPods!... and they dont mess up my hair on the way to work so bonus (lol)

Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones for Apple Devices £146 Amazon
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The android version only has £10 off to £239 Shut out the world and lose yourself in your music – or let the world in. It’s your choice with in-ear noise cancelling headphones fro… Read more
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honglong76

It sounds like you had a bad pair. Mine were muddy with the NC off but actually better sounding than the QC25i with it on. Definitely strong defined bass and decent treble. Rtings.com have a review that matches what you say. Mine was made Nov ‘18 so I wonder if there are variations out there. I do remember QC20i and QC20.

Hatsune_MikuwBK

Because of NC they sounded muddy, like you're underwater. I understand that this is an expected effect of NC, but putting them in earphones is not a very good idea. The QC25 I have sounds much clearer (probably because they are full-size headphones). I feel like you can achieve 95% of the same effect by just using silicone tips to plug your ears instead of complicating everything with NC. Yes, they sounded even worse with NC off, so that means I have to charge it to use it all the time. Might as well get a true wireless pair.

honglong76

Which version do you have? The ones I owned were incredibly muddy without noise cancellation, but they sounded really good with NC on, decent bass. The rectangular box was annoying too. They fit incredibly well and were comfortable.

Hatsune_MikuwBK

Even with NC on they sound muddy as hell. There's also this rectangular thing that's attached to the wires, but I wouldn't have mentioned it if only it wasn't so big and heavy. The cable also splits into a T junction, not Y. It's a weird experience putting these on and all you ever hear is bass and nothing else. And not good bass either, mind you.

honglong76

£129.99 a few months back direct from Bose. I had a pair and swapped them for a Bose Solo TV. I would like another pair but the pack is a bit clumbsy and it's a tight fit fitting everything into the case. Sound decent though, but only with noise cancellation on. Off, they sound awful.

Bose QC25 QuietComfort 25 Over-Ear (iOS), A Condition £115 @ Cex
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Grade A generally come boxed as new, so these seem like a bit of a bargain to me. Bose QC25 QuietComfort 25 Over-Ear (iOS), A QuietComfort 25 headphones are engineered to sou… Read more
honglong76

I actually traded my own Bose QC25 to CEX and bought the Bose Soundsport Free Wireless. Whoever gets mine will have a great deal. They were literally like new. I thought the noise cancelling on the Bose QC25 was superb. However, I didn't think the sound quality was that great. The Bose soundsport sound great, QC20 great (with noise cancellation on) but the QC25? no.

SlightlyFoxed

Yep - as with Sennheiser M2s, it seems there are only ever deals on the iOS models, but a new cable soon fixes that - I have the QC25s and the original cable got damaged - you can buy good quality replacements on Amazon for under £10. Very impressed with the QC25s - very light and comfortable with great sound quality. The ANC is very effective too and, unlike other models, they work just fine if the ANC battery dies.

sas_slr

£140 brand new in argos.

boulder1

Whilst you're right, I have bought grade A stock from CEX that was new. Unopened, unwanted presents, that still had the wee scratch resistant clear plastic protector etc attached to the front (it was a smart watch). So yeah, it's not guaranteed, but I've had that on more than one Grade A piece I've got from them. They also have a pretty solid warranty as well.

basergorkobal

Theres no such thing as practically new when it comes to headphones. They have been used. Cex don't sell new old stock or customer returns. It's just well looked after headphones wont show signs of use after months of daily use. My QC25 still look like new after three months of daily use.

Bose QC35 II Factory Refurb £195.95 @ Bose Store (Bluewater)
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th JunLocalLocal
QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II are engineered with renowned noise cancellation. With the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built-in, you have instant access to millions of … Read more
MentalFloss

I'd disagree, there is a very perceptible difference in ANC, especially over talking noises and in very loud environments like aeroplanes taking off. The call quality on the XM3 though is complete garbage. Shouldn't be bought if making calls is a requirement.

DaChinski

Key difference from mx3 for me is that only the Bose will connect to two devices at a time. Plus the recipient call quality is substantially better. Otherwise, I’m pretty sure you couldn’t tell the difference in a random “taste test” experiment. I’m not saying there aren’t marginal differences in ANC / base etc, I’m saying that if you heard one at random, I’m not certain those differences are so great that you’d always be able to correctly identify which one you were listening to. Other differences re touch vs buttons, style, battery life, usb-c are all a bit meh to me. But having said that, if the mx3 had multipoint connectivity and better call quality, I’d have gone with them instead purely on the feature set. 700s will change all that. The additional external mics for enhanced call quality are steps ahead again.

meherenow

Had these and returned as I found the bluetooth range woeful, always cutting out. Went for the Sony WH-1000XM3 and can now wander around the house no bother.

padamowicz93

Just get the xm3 or wait and try 700s. I had xm3 and qc35 2 for weeks and bose are significantly worse as far as sound quality goes.

highwayman8155

Omg... I just looked at the 700 spec

Bose Quiet Comfort 35 MK II Wireless Headphones £265 @ Peter Tyson
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
Bose® QuietComfort® 35 MK II Wireless Headphones QuietComfort wireless headphones II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they're even better. With the Googl… Read more
smuddybuddy20

Looks like they got delayed slightly to 11 July.

ben3t

When is the release date?

kevin1961

Bose is far better than the Sony for comfort. This is because the Sony ear cups are too small - particularly if you wear specs. There is very little difference in noise cancelling. Sony sound quality may be slightly better. What worries me about the Bose ones is the non removable battery - which would likely fail in 3 years. Can't remember whether the Sony is removable

smuddybuddy20

You'll likely find better deals for the QC35 once the new 700 model is released

zchari5

Even if the performance was exactly the same as these it will bring the price of these down hence why I stand by my original comment

New Bose QC35 II QuietComfort 2 Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones - Silver £212.49 @ Tech4less Ebay
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2 available only. Product Information Bose® QuietComfort® 35 Wireless Headphones II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. Even better they free you from wires, co… Read more
Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome

Just for info in anyone like me browses these threads for info - I tried them in JL today, along with the B&W and the Sony 'M3s, and must agree the Bose were on a different level for comfort. You could almost forget they were even on. While the Sony's had a slightly better bass, they were almost uncomfortable after just 5 mins, where as these could have stayed on for the day. Now just need another similar deal to be on.

DangerousTheory

Got the last silver one thank you :)

Mrswitch

Sorry mate! And thank you :)

nathball

Both colours now OOS (annoyed)

nathball

Exactly. I have notifications set for Bose so this post is brilliant 👌🏼

Bose - Quiet Comfort 35 II Black [4.04% Topcashback] £249 Delivered @ Coolshop
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Nice price delivered from the uk with warranty, plus 4.04% [a possible £10] https://www.topcashback.co.uk/coolshop/ The best from Bose.Now with the Google Assistant built in.Qui… Read more
mrbill

Beware of the QC 35's - they have a non-renewable lithium ion rechargeable battery inside. Once it stops holding a charge, you have to bin them.

martijnvdb

"Product is currently not available and unfortunately, the manufacturer unfortunately cannot provide a new date. Therefore, the item cannot be ordered"

Grumpy_Cat

What does this mean in practice? Warranty problems?

Saniauskas

Not authorised dealer! Sad...

Bose QuietComfort QC35 II - Wireless With Integrated Assistant £234.11 @ Amazon Italy
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Pay £224 by using a fee free card and paying in euros at checkout, log in with your uk log in details, and both prices include delivery. The Bose headphones with the most pow… Read more
KeyboardKitten

Cheers Mr. Switch, ordered last night and arrived today!

Jace_Phoenix

Not out of the box for PS4 or XBONE, for whatever reasons you can't use the built in Bluetooth for that purpose as the controllers use all the bandwidth i guess. There are workarounds though, requiring the purchase of third party devices.

SandorClegane

Anyone know if these work with the PS4 or Xbox One?

Stitch123

To pair with devices?

MountainDeal

How the fk do you use nfc with headphones can you buy shopping like that

Bose II QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones £223.71 (£215 Fee Free card) delivered @ Amazon Spain
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Outside of the factory reburb prices, this is pretty close to the best price the headphones have been. You can use your Amazon UK account details to order. Pay with a fee free c… Read more
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blumminhot

I don't drink tea

honglong76

Check out the reviews on rtings.com

Lexeus

What was the reason for that post>?

Maxdriver

https://www.martindawes.com/bose-quiet-comfort-35-ii-black.html

Lexeus

That is interesting, as I remember reading reviews of the QC25 that compared them to the QC15 and said that the noise cancelling may have slipped a tad in the re-design that allowed battery-less operation when noise-cancelling wasn't required. I guess battery-less operation isn't really an option with bluetooth headphones, so that would have been an easy win to just restore the QC15 design and add a battery+bluetooth module! :D

Bose II QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones £235.68 (£227 Fee Free card) delivered @ Amazon Italy
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Not quite the historical low we saw from Amazon Germany, but still very decent price here from Amazon Italy for a quality headphone. You can use your Amazon UK account details to… Read more
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flipper118

Boss that, lad (strong)

MartyMcNugget

:D (y) XD (shock) :| .... (excited) (excited) (excited)

The_Hoff

That depends entirely on what you listen to. The Bose, like the Sennheiser and AKG ANC offerings are pretty neautral in terms of a measured response, that's not subjective, that's fact. Rtings do a series of tests to report on their differences objectively. The Sony on the other hand are artifically bass heavy and colour the music, they're 'warm'. If you listen to EDM/Hip Hop, the Sony will suit the music well. If you listen to acoustic, vocal, classical or expansive sounds with a larger stage, then the Bose are the more accurate sounding headphones. Again, fact based. Whether you prefer accurate (the one with which the producers wanted it to be heard) or a coloured version of the music is down to your preference. Codec wise, musically unless you listen to a lot of lossless audio, you won't hear any benefit of SBC vs AAC (Bose)/AptX-LDAC, what you will hear is the drivers, the tuning, the response of what you placed over your ears. But, you will see the difference if you plan to watch a lot of video, there's a latency over SBC that will cause lip sync issues. If you want something with a neutral presentation but with AptX, check the cheaper Sennheiser PXC 550, they're my personal favourites and escape the limelight of the Bose/Sony war.

ruffedgrouse

Warning if you have a sensitive inner ear: these things made me feel extremely sick. The noise cancelling creates a lot of pressure in the ears and can cause motion sickness. And the sound quality was pretty rubbish anyway, in my opinion.

adnan1002

Sony WH1000XM3 if you can get them at a similar price go for them much better sound and connectivity

Bose QuietComfort 35 ii - factory renewed instore at Bose for £179.95
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Bose have the Bose QuietComfort 35 ii - factory renewed at £179.95. Imagine it’s nationwide but didn’t ask. Both colours available
hu5sain

Anyone tried Regent Street in London?

eek

11 Silver pairs still available in Meadowhall when I bought a pair at 6pm tonight.

bfreesun

I bought a pair last Sat 27 at Ashford. See receipt abov

bfreesun

United Business Class used to provide Bose noise cancelling headphone when I travelled with them a lot. Never had the balls to nick a pair so I bought my own QC1s. Then QC11s and QC15s on the trade in deal that sadly is no more. They make such a difference on a long haul flight but even Nice to London I feel the benefit. My mate is on his way from Nice to the Philippines so I said he could use them on his trip if he managed to get me a pair at FNAC for €179. (Dealabs) Hope he’ll give them to me when he gets back as they’ll be my daughters Christmas prezzie. Btw United used to let us listen to the plane talking to the tower which I found fascinating.

bfreesun

Nice Airport OOS for the €179 new ones. But worth checking Dealabs for up to date info. Hopefully they’ll be back by Thursday as a friend said he’d pick up a pair for me

Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones (Apple version but work on others) - £158.50 @ Amazon
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For iPhone (But work on others. The Android one doesnt have volume control anyway so not much difference).I use on my Android Nokia 7+ and no issues. Amazing headphones and make fl… Read more
honglong76

Yes. Turn on noise cancelling and they sound great. Off, awful! I sold them and use a pair of Shure SE215. Used them on a plane and they were absolutely superb.

Walgeon

Not in my case at all. They're so good and you barely notice them as they fit so well. Check reviews. These are the best earphones with noise cancellation around.

wakkaday

Without noise cancelling is it terrible ? I have a qc35 over heads but want something discreet

honglong76

A hundred times better. But absolutely terrible without Noise cancelling on.

honglong76

3.5mm headphone jack.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II - Wireless headphones (Bluetooth, noise canceling) with integrated Alexa, Silver £233 Fee Free (£240) @ Amazon Spain
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You must sign up for the 30 day prime trial to get this price, as its prime exclusive. Excellent price if paying in euros with a revolut card or such like and toggling the cur3to … Read more
Catsy

good luck negotiating with the seller. this is what i've done (unicorn)

kyadealhai

Great, thanks. :)

Catsy

173861463823

kyadealhai

Ok sure, thanks

Catsy

ofc they have warranty. is a sealed box. you need to register them with bose and one year warranty is secured. cant see item no in mobile app. but i will try to login later from pc

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