The impeccable Bose QuietComfort 35 II are on sale at their lowest price in a long time

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The impeccable Bose QuietComfort 35 II are on sale at their lowest price in a long time
It's no big secret that Bose makes some of the best high-end Bluetooth wireless headphones in the world, but while the QuietComfort 35 II are no longer good enough to crack that list headlined by the likes of the Noise Cancelling 700, it's definitely hard to argue with the appeal of these oldies but goodies right now.

Also see: Black Friday Bose headphones deals

That's because Amazon is selling both the black and silver models at a whopping $100 less than their usual price of $299 a pair. This Black Friday-style deal hasn't been available since... last Black Friday, when the regular price of the Bose QuietComfort 35 II was technically $349.

As the name suggests, you shouldn't expect a similar level of overall audio quality and noise cancellation technology here as what you'd get from the hot new QuietComfort 45, let alone the aforementioned Bose 700.

But at a rare 33 percent discount, these bad boys are almost cheap enough to rival the best budget wireless headphones out there while delivering three levels of "world-class" active noise cancellation and keeping your favorite tunes going for up to 20 hours with no interruptions whatsoever.

Made to withstand sweat and the occasional water splash, the second-gen QuietComfort 35s are arguably elegant enough to accompany you around town and at the office in addition to the gym, naturally supporting both iPhones and Android handsets with flawless connectivity. 

Although Black Friday 2021 is right around the corner, we're fairly certain this killer new Amazon deal will not be eclipsed anytime soon, and in terms of alternatives at a similar price, well, let's just say you might struggle a bit to find an option quite as good as these almost impeccably reviewed over-ear cans.
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