Bose QuietComfort 35

The Bose QC35 are excellent Bluetooth headphones and the best on the market but how long does the battery last for? How good is the sound quality? How good is the noise cancelling?

First of all, let’s talk about the sound quality, perhaps the most important part of the headphones. The QC35 have the same sound quality as the wired QC25. The bass is mild and clean like you expect it to be and the sound quality is pretty good, but not spectacular because of the noise cancelling. However, the noise cancelling is amazing! This is mainly what Bose is best at and the over ear design is the main key to th
is blocking the sound from outside.

Next, let’s talk about the comfort. The P1090967_.jpgBose QC35 are the comfiest pair of headphones I have ever tried. I can wear them for hours without my ears feeling hot or worn out, the ear cushions are made out of a super soft foam. The QC35 are also flexible which is actually what makes them so comfortable. The build quality is just fine too, they are light-weight and have a foldable design making it easy to travel.

Probably the most asked questions about the headphones, the battery life. The QC35 have a rechargeable battery that can last for up to 20 hours. When turning them on, it tells you when they are paired and the battery percentage left in the headphones. In the box, they also come with the charger (micro USB) and a wire for listening without bluetooth and without noice cancelling. So overall, I can charge these pair of headphones once a week and not really have to think about the battery too much.

So the QuitComfort 35 are headphones with spectacular noise cancelling, pretty good sound quality, a convenient battery life and are also super comfy. If you want bluetooth headphones with the best sound cancellation in the market, and around USD 300, than these headphones are for you.

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