Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones

Jun 7, 2016

Category: Tech

Wires are outdated, cumbersome, and a hassle. So it’s obvious why Bose decided to cut the cord on their beloved QuietComfort range with the QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones. Now, users can relish in the notion that wherever they may roam with their tunes, cords will be an obstacle of the past.

The QuietComfort 35 successfully merges Bluetooth technology with the brand’s industry-leading Acoustic Noise Canceling technology. With each charge, listeners can enjoy up to 20 hours of wireless music in a lightweight and comfortable manner thanks to their glass-filled nylon and stainless steel construction, ideal for nonstop listening. And if longevity if your game, feel free to wire these things up just like the old days for up to 40 hours of the listening per charge. Bose also offers a Connect app that helps users manage all their paired devices to provide a more personalized and unique experience for the listener. Each purchase gets you a set of headphones, airline adapter, wired cable, USB cable, and a carrying case to keep everything organized. They are available now in either black or gray through Bose for $350. [Purchase]

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