Bose QuietComfort 35 noise-cancelling headphones have been flying off the shelves since its launch. Bose seems to have little need of price cuts and deals to shift them, but you can sometimes find the QC35 on sale. Right now Peter Tyson is proffering a very handy £64 off the black and silver editions of these market-leading wireless noise-cancelling headphones.
Amazon was narrowly beating that price for a while but hi-fi don Peter Tyson is now the cheapest price for the Mk II QC35, which has Google Assistant built in.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II | £269 | RRP £329 | Save £60
Boasting (or 'Bose-ting') fantastic noise cancelling abilities via wireless Bluetooth (though there is the option to plug in a cable, to save battery), the QuietComfort 35 Mk II is rightly a huge seller, and widely acclaimed. It kickstarted the current market for premium, Bluetooth, NC headphones, which is now the most lucrative sector of the audio market.
The QC35 Mk II adds a button to awake Google Assistant, meaning that the headphones now excel as a music product, headset for making phone calls, and a sort of AI butler. Noise cancelling is superb. It can be dialled up or down via the app to suit your location, and there is also a button to allow audio passthrough, so you can talk to your aeroplane's air crew, for instance, without the tiresome need to remove your headphones.
Peter Tyson now has the best price on these cans, in silver, with more stocks of the black coming soon at the same price – 'pre-orders are welcome'.View Deal
Psst. Want a wired Bose noise cancelling option?
The QuietComfort QC25 is wired rather than Bluetooth, and has slightly older noise cancelling tech. It remains an excellent product, however, and very similar to the QC35 in terms of comfort and aesthetics.
The QC25 is currently on sale at Amazon for the extremely attractive price of £139, which is £160 off RRP and decidedly tempting…