Bose have been at the forefront of audio innovation for some time now, especially when it comes to noise-cancelling tech. But for whatever reason the brand’s QuietComforts, while always favoured by Joes, have never received both the wireless and noise-cancelling makeover. Until now, that is! Introducing the Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones.

Bose Wireless QuietComfort 35 Headphones

For over 40 years, Bose have held the mantle of best noise cancellation headphone producers in the world, and now they’re making that tech wireless. The QuietComfort 35 (QC35) headphones are free from wires and possess volume-optimised EQ giving you balanced audio at any level, while also giving you a noise-rejecting dual-microphone system which provides clear calls, even in windy and noisy environments.

The noise-cancellation on the QC35s works through a precise arrangement of microphones inside and outside the earcups. The microphones continuously measure, compare and react to outside noises, sending an equal and opposite signal to the earcups’ speakers to cancel those noises. That means you can enjoy the music you love or the silence you need.

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The battery on these juggernauts is also stunning with up to 20 hours of offer while you’re using the headphones wirelessly through Bluetooth or NFC pairing. Take it from us – that’s staggeringly good for a wireless headphone. You’ll also get up to 40 hours if you use the detachable wire provided.

While we’ve established the technology is impressive, Bose’s best headphones to date are also made of some serious fine materials. The headband, for example is wrapped in Alcantara leather to give it a luxurious feel and the ear cushions are manufactured from a synthetic protein leather which contain a silicone bead for passive noise reduction.

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You won’t find any plastic here either. Instead Bose have used glass-filled nylon that provides for a lightweight feel but a high level of durability. Stainless steel is also used for the headband spring and pivots to ensure the headphones are durable enough for everyday use.

The Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones are available now at the Bose Website and various retailers in either Black or Silver where they’ll set Joes back around £290.

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