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When you're craving peace-and-quiet and your partner wants to jam out, you actually both need the exact the same thing: noise-canceling headphones! Happily, Amazon just slashed prices on Bose’s Quiet Comfort 35 headphones — Series II.
Straight from Bose’s official Amazon store, you can score a pair for just $199 (was $299). That’s $100 off, which is the cheapest price we've seen on these premium headphones. Perhaps you can gift one to your partner and one to yourself!
And if you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
“These are the best wireless headphones I have ever owned. The comfort and sound quality is just fantastic! I like to sit outside in the breezeway and listen to my tunes,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “When I set the noise cancelation to high, all the outside noise is gone and I can hear the music the way it is MEANT to be heard!”
Their long battery life and comfortable ear cups make listening a pleasure. Another great feature is the ability to pair them to any Bluetooth device with a simple double-tap (you can also switch from a laptop to a phone just as easily). Some shoppers even like these Bose headphones better than Beats by Dre.
“These are the best headphones on the market,” said a satisfied shopper. “After having Beats Studio Pro headphones for five years, they served me well but I needed a new set that was noise canceling. The Beats sound was very base heavy, not balanced and no noise cancelation at all. These Bose are literally in a different league above Beats.”
The earphones easily fold up into a sleek compact case and come with a USB charging cable, an audio cable for a wired connection and an airline adapter. Now’s the time to score an incredible deal on Bose’s wildly popular noise-canceling headphones. But hurry — a deal this good won’t last.
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