the Bose QuietComfort 35 II is still one of the best Bluetooth headphones with Active Noise Reduction (ANC) and a faithful companion in everyday life. The popular model for well below 200 euros at iBood in the daily offer.
Update January 13, 2021:
The popular Bose QuietComfort 35 II is at iBood for a bargain price of just 184 euros to have. The offer is only valid today and while stocks last, delivery is free. However, if you are interested, you have to hurry, because the silver bluetooth earphones with ANC are already sold out.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II: relatively stable price, but still cheap
If you look at the Bose QC 35 II (old RRP 349 euros, now 269 euros) in the historical price trend, then you can certify that the headphones have some price stability. In recent months, the best price has been around 240 euros, and the headphones are also available for 200 euros in individual cases. We do not recommend spending more than 250 euros anywhere on the Bose QuietComfort 35 II. Anyone who sees them anywhere for under $ 200 can knock on immediately if they’re interested – these bestselling ANC headphones are well worth the money.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II: Why are ANC headphones so popular?
The Bose QC 35 II, developed by the famous American audio maker, continues in the tradition of a whole line of noise canceling headphones – you could also say that Bose is the benchmark for all others in this area of products. The QuietComfort 35 II is therefore popular, it is still one of the most popular BT headphones in Germany. The trade press praised the QC 35 II and we also obtained an impressive 91% score in the GIGA test.
This is what the noise cancellation looks like (it is better to put on headphones for this video):
Its strengths include pleasant sound, simple operation via hardware buttons, good battery life, and support for both Alexa and Google Assistant. And of course: the excellent noise reduction, which guarantees a noticeable reduction in exterior noise when traveling by train or plane. In particular, the low frequency hum (motor) is electronically canceled by the counter sound. Another positive point: Multipoint Bluetooth, so you can switch between different connected players (mobile phone, tablet) effortlessly.
If you just look at the spec sheet, the Bose QC 35 II has now been left behind: the awe-inspiring Sony WH-1000XM4 sounds better, runs longer, can be used to the touch and feels a little more valuable – but is also a lot more expensive . The Bose 700 headphones (88% rating) are also worth a look: they’re technically more modern (better ANC), but not as comfortable as the QC 35 II. For more information, see our detailed comparison of the two Bose ANC headphones.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II is still for many users the most comfortable modelIn addition, the sound is tuned in a particularly pleasant way, as is typical of Bose, which is suitable for hours of listening. Then there are the good old Hardware buttons (Volume up / down, pause / play, etc.), which are simply the best choice for some users. Not everyone waited for the touch controls on the headphones. So the Bose QuietComfort 35 II can continue to stand out in the top tier, despite no longer being the lone king of noise cancellation that its predecessors were.