The Wireless QuietComfort 35 Headphones From Bose

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When they were released in 2000, the noise-canceling Bose QuietComfort headphones quickly became one of the most popular designs on the market. It was not surprising, considering they had 40 years of research behind them. Now the company has launched an upgraded version that is completely wireless. The premium sound quality and the company’s signature Acoustic Noise Canceling technology guarantee music will sound better and clearer for a superior listening experience, while the noise-rejecting dual microphone ensures calls can be made even in windy weather or in noisy rooms. The headphones easily connect to various devices via Bluetooth and NFC pairing, eliminating the stress of tangled cables completely. Made with a custom battery, the headphones will last for up to 20 hours and up to 40 if used as wired. The materials were chosen to provide ultimate comfort; the headband is covered in a soft Alcantara material, while the ear cushions are made from synthetic protein leather. By using glass filled nylon with stainless steel pivots and headband spring, Bose succeeded in creating a lightweight product that is sturdy for everyday use and designed to last. Elegant and minimalist, the QuietComfort 35 headphones are available in black and silver. A free app for Apple and Android phones allows users to manage various paired devices and to customize their settings. Images courtesy of Bose.

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