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BOSE QuietComfort 35 noise-cancelling/reduction headphones (QC35) – REVIEW

Hey what’s up guys! Welcome to another article, where you and I work together to help you organize different aspects of your life! In today’s show, I’m gonna review for you the brand spanking new Bose QuietComfort 35 Bluetooth wireless headphones! So what you get in the box is basically a USB charging cable, a three and a half mm jack if you choose to connect via wire, an awesome leather carrying pouch, and in that pouch, of course, you get some of the best noise cancelling headphones on the market right now! These are the newest model from Bose.

The initial Bose QuietComfort 35 Noise reduction headphones review

They are of course foldable.

These are ultra lightweight.

Under 240 grams.

That’s amazing! You can get them in either silver or black.

And this is what they look like with themon.

On the cups themselves, you’ll find a volumeup, volume down, and play/pause button.

The earmuffs on the ear cups are soft and plush.

These headphones cause no listening fatiguewhatsoever.

Bose claims these will last up to 20 hourson a single charge, and I’m my testing, I’m actually closer to 23 hours! That’s pretty amazing! If you decide to go with the wired option,the battery is going to last roughly 40 hours.

Charging via the micro USB cable takes justover 2 hours.

Pairing the earphones to your smartphone couldn’tbe any easier.

Just turn on your Bluetooth on your smartphonedevice.

Power on the headphones with the Bluetoothoption.

And that’s it! You’re connected! Super simple! When you’re connected, there’s an audiblereminder that tells you how much charge you have left inside the earphones.


The headband is made from some nice leather on top, and microsuede in the interior.

This is super soft and plush for your head.

As far as the sound quality goes, my previous pair of headphones were some high end Sennheiser Momentum M2, those were the wired version.

And although they sounded quite good, they were a bit on the heavy side and of course they had that wire! Now these Bose sound just as good, they have noise-cancelling built-in, and honestly, this is the best noise cancelling of any headphones I’ve ever heard on the market.

They’re super lightweight and the battery literally lasts almost for ever! What more could you ask from a pair of headphones? The bass levels are pretty good, although the bass heads might want just a little more bass.

But honestly, the mids and highs are outstandingand there’s still a good amount of bass in there! What’s nice is regardless of how loud youplay them, the bass always stays clear and tight.

You can hear the vocals amazingly well andregardless of any genre of music you like, you’re really going to enjoy these.

I personally like EDM, hip-hop and trap musicand these are fantastic.

If you remember, in my last review, I also purchased the Jay Bird Freedom wireless earbuds, and although those sounded pretty good, these guys are real full-sized headphones and really can’t be beat.

So in summary, I have to say that the main features of these Bose QC35 headphones are the sound quality, lightweight construction,super comfortable to wear, battery life lasts up to 20 hours on a single charge, and they have the added bonus of noise cancelling.

What the active noise cancelling does basicallyis it blocks all the sounds that are coming from outside: construction, talking, cars,buses.

It blocks everything out so it allows you to concentrate on listening to music! Trust me on this one guys, you will not find a better pair of headphones under 500$.

For the most up to date pricing on these headphones:

Bose QuietComfort 35 Black

Bose QuietComfort 35 Silver

So that’s it for today’s review guys.

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And as usual, don’t forget to keep it tight, keep it clean and I’ll see you guys on the next one!