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Listen up, audiophiles: In case you haven’t heard, the Bose 700 Bluetooth headphones are the gold standard when it comes to noise cancelling and audio quality. This powerful headset recently got a sleek design upgrade, too, with ergonomic ear cups and a stainless steel headband.
Right now, the Bose 700 noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones are on sale for just $299—the lowest price we’ve ever seen on these top-rated headphones. That means a whopping $100 off the original price, or a deep discount of 25 percent off.
These headphones are a true game changer. Crank up your favorite tunes and enjoy rich, multi-layered sound without bothering other people. Working from home and need peace and quiet? These headphones will silence the noise around you.
They’re not the only Bose deal worth drooling over. The Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones are also on sale (starting at $236, was $349), as well as these super-popular Bose SoundSport earbuds (originally $249, now $199).
The Bose 700, however, are truly the holy grail of headphones. The Alexa-enabled set is a massive step up compared to the company’s previous option—2017’s Bose QuietComfort35 Series II headphones—at the exact same price: $299. Considering Bose’s reputation, that’s saying a lot.
You’ve got major comfort with this pair, too. The ear cups are ultra-padded and the headband is customizable to different head shapes and sizes. The Bose headphones also feature 11 levels of noise canceling, thanks to their eight-microphone system (four for each ear cup) that effectively blocks out background noise while isolating your voice (perfect for calls and activating Alexa or Google Assistant).
“I use the set for making three to four conference calls per day,” wrote a five-star reviewer. “At level 10 NC, I literally cannot hear the loud AC unit. It is like magic because I do not understand how it works, but it does.”
“These headphones specialize in noise-cancellation, which I must say makes you seem like a superhero,” added another satisfied shopper. “You can block out almost all noise with music playing. I can't hear anything in a noisy kitchen with smoothie blenders running. However, the sound signature is uniform. The highs, mids and lows shine at the same wavelength. No, these don't have thumping bass, but just enough bass so it doesn't cover up vocals. Vocals are very clear.”
This model can get up to 20 hours of battery life on just one charge too, though a 15-minute boost can offer up to three hours of playback if you’re running on empty.
For $299, these Bose 700 headphones come with a handy carrying case (sorry, no charging case with this pair), audio cable for wired connections and a USB-C cable for quick charging.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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