|Size||18 x 17 x 8.1 cm (7.1 x 6.7 x 3.2 in)|
The QuietComfort 35 IIs certainly feel like the smartest pair of headphones around at the moment. They may not be the absolute best sounding pair of cans at this price, but they offer functionality their rivals simply cannot match.
We believe comfort shouldn’t be treated as a footnote, especially for something you put around your skull. The Bose QuietComfort 35 (II) might not have the trendiest design or best quality sound, but they are extremely easy to use and pair, and they over-deliver on their two namesake promises:...More
We believe comfort shouldn’t be treated as a footnote, especially for something you put around your skull. The Bose QuietComfort 35 (II) might not have the trendiest design or best quality sound, but they are extremely easy to use and pair, and they over-deliver on their two namesake promises: being comfortable AF and having the best noise-cancelling technology on the market.
I've always enjoyed listening to music, but with these headphones, I find myself wanting to just sit on the couch, throw them on, and close my eyes while listening to some of my favorite tunes.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II takes a great pair of headphones and refines it, but the Google Assistant integration falls flat.
This comfortable and portable pair offers great noise reduction, plus clever Google integration that works with Android and iOS.
The Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II is an amazing package for frequent travelers and office commuters if you are ready to pay a premium. The company took the best things from its predecessor added Google Assistant and launched the QC 35II headphones.
Great noise reduction, comfortable and portable, plus clever Google-integration that works with Android and iOS.
The first-generation QC35 was among the most lauded noise-cancelling headphones. The second-generation continue that trend of excellence, but with the addition of Google Assistant - which is surprisingly useful for managing notifications.
The Bose QC35 II carries forward the same level of audio and noise cancellation performance of the original, which makes it a solid pair worth considering. We found the addition of Google Assistant to be quite useful, at least when it worked.
If you're looking for a pair of noise-cancelling headphones to help you focus at the office or simply turn down the volume of the world around you from time to time, the QC35II are absolutely worth it. The excellent phone calls is the icing on this very good cake.
No questions for the moment.