Bose® QuietComfort® 35 Wireless Headphones

  • Overview

    Bose® QuietComfort® 35 wireless headphones are engineered with world-class noise cancellation that makes quiet sound quieter and the music on your iPhone and iPad sound better. Free yourself from wires and connect easily to your devices with Bluetooth pairing. Volume-optimised EQ gives you balanced audio performance at any volume, while a noise-rejecting dual microphone provides clear calls, even in windy or noisy environments.

    Voice prompts and intuitive controls make communicating and controlling your music hassle-free. A lithium-ion battery gives you up to 20 hours of wireless play time per charge. To ensure comfort for such all-day listening, QuietComfort 35 headphones are designed with premium materials that are lightweight and easy on the ears. There's even a Bose Connect app you can use for a more personalised experience.

    Highlights

    World-class noise cancellation makes quiet sound quieter and music sound better

    Bluetooth pairing for wireless connection to your iOS devices

    Volume-optimised EQ provides balanced audio performance at any volume

    Lithium-ion battery delivers to 20 hours of wireless listening per charge

    Noise-rejecting dual-microphone system provides clear calls, even in windy or noisy environments

    Premium materials offer light weight and solid comfort for all-day listening

    Free Bose Connect app helps you manage your paired devices and gives you a personalised experience

    Did You Notice?

    Advanced noise-cancellation system provides clear calls, even in windy or noisy environments

    Apple Recommends For

    Listening to the music on your iPhone or iPad with minimal noise and maximum comfort.

    What’s in the Box

    Bose® QuietComfort® 35 Wireless Headphones

    Airline adapter

    Audio cable for wired connection

    USB charging cable

    Carrying case

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Active Noise Cancelling, Bluetooth, With Mic, With Remote and Mic, Inline Volume Control, Noise Cancelling, Stereo Bluetooth, Wireless

    Form Factor: Over Ear

    Connections: Wireless

    Bluetooth Compatiblity: Bluetooth 2.0 Compatibility, Bluetooth 2.1, Bluetooth 3.0, Bluetooth 4.0

    Height: 18.03 cm/7.1 in.

    Length: 8.13 cm/3.2 in.

    Width: 17.02 cm/6.7 in.

    Weight: 8.5oz./240g

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: 759944-0010

    UPC or EAN No.: 017817725460

    Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products

    Note: Apple's One Year Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Non-Apple branded products may have the benefit of a manufacturer's warranty provided by the product manufacturer - Please see your product box and literature for details. Rights under the product manufacturer's warranty are in addition, and not instead of, any rights that you have under consumer protection laws.

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  • 4.5 Average
    4 out of 5 stars
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Amazeballs!

      Great design. The black-on-black looks very sleek. Great sound. Bose's signature balanced sound isn't as punchy as others (like B&O), but that's a good thing. Great design. The black-on-black looks very sleek. Great sound. Bose's signature balanced sound isn't as punchy as others (like B&O), but that's a good thing. Great noice cancellation. Unlike other brands that cost more, Bose is industry leading here. Good app. It's real simple, but you can use it to switch between devices like Mac and iPhone (you wonder why someone didn't think of this before). If you want very comfortable headphones, that sound great and have superior noise cancellation, "ADD TO BAG".

      • Written by Richard S from Toowong

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Amazeballs!

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      How can I fault this thing?

      As everyone else says, the noise cancelling is the best available. When you are on a plane, pop these on and it cuts out about 80% of the engine noise so you ca As everyone else says, the noise cancelling is the best available. When you are on a plane, pop these on and it cuts out about 80% of the engine noise so you can relax and not be as tired. But it's when the music starts playing the noise cancelling cuts 100% of the noise. Literally. Battery life is excellent. 20 hours wireless and they take less than 2hrs to charge fully from about 10%. Very comfortable. Most comfortable headphones I've ever used and trust me, I'm fussy and have sensitive skin. The volume optimised EQ is great. Whatever volume you listen at the bass, highs and stuff are balanced. The materials are quite premium. Glass filled nylon, synthetic leather and metal mean you can't really bend, scratch or break these unless you try. I've bumped mine, dropped them and they still work. The noise isolating micaohone is great. When I'm facetiming or something the other person hears me clearly and the mic cancels the sound around me so ALL they can hear is MY voice. These are definitely worth the extra money over the QC25s as they have a wider frame that sits on your head so the weight is more evenly distributed and MUCH more comfortable. I suggest you walk in to the Apple Store and try both you. You will definitely notice the difference. They also pressurise slower. With the QC25 as soon as you put them on it's BANG. You feel dizzy and all the noise is cancelled. The QC35s pressurise slower so they don't make you feel as dizzy when you out them on but the noise cancelling only works after 3 minutes or so. The EQ is also much better. The sound drive and everything is the same but e EQ balances the highs, lows and everything MUCH better than the QC25s. These also come with a nice carry case, short cable to charge it and a 2.5mm to 3.5mm cable to let you use these wired for up to 40hr battery and save battery in your device. These food neatly and weight about 500g. I personally find the black headphones have better material than the white headphones as the white ones have a weird glossy feel. My only suggestion would be to make the charging cable lightning or USB-C instead of micro USB as you need to carry an extra cable around and it's non reversible. I'd rate 6 star if I could. Definitely recommend to anyone looking for a high end headphone.

      • Written by Daniel H from Brisbane

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?How can I fault this thing?

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Great Headphones!

      This review is based on 2 weeks of usage from purchase date. ** Pros ** Sound Quality: QC35 is made to give you the actual quality of the song. Put in ba This review is based on 2 weeks of usage from purchase date. ** Pros ** Sound Quality: QC35 is made to give you the actual quality of the song. Put in bad quality music, and you will get really bad quality out. But put in high quality music, and you will be wowed by how good the sound is. I'm no expert, but I figured that out after trying several songs with different qualities. MP3s with 320kbps sound absolutely fantastic, also HD YouTube videos (720p and above) sound great. Vocals sound phenomenal, try high quality songs for Adele or Sam Smith and you will know what I'm talking about. Base is very clean as well, found it best on volume 80% or a little bit less. Wireless/Bluetooth: This is one of the features that I bought QC35 for, and yes it didn't disappoint. Pairing is very easy. Tried it with iPhone, iPad, Sony laptop, and even with Sony Bravia TV (using Bluetooth transmitter) and it always worked like a charm. I put the headphones on and I keep moving around my apartment crossing walls and closed doors, and no single beat drops off. Phone calls: Phone calls sound fantastic in this headphones. The person's voice on the other end is very clear, and also your own voice is quite clear to the recipient without the need to raise your voice. Weight/Comfort: This is the most comfortable headphones I have ever tried. They are very light and comfy on the ear and head. The ear and headband cushions are great to the extent that you can just put the headphones on and forget them for hours without feeling any pressure on your ears or head. Noise Cancellation: Great feature for those who like to move to a different world while listening to music. If you have a baby at home, please don't put these headphones on, you will never hear him/her crying. While indoors, put the headphones on, play music on high volume, and you will literally hear nothing except your music. If you wear them outdoors, you still need to be very careful as you will hear very little from the surroundings. Battery: Battery life is really good. I haven't calculated exactly how many hours it lasts for one charge, but based on my usage, which is average 3-4 hours per day, I believe the claimed 20 hours battery life is quite accurate. ** Cons ** Looks: Some people might disagree with me, but I think QC35 doesn't have the best looks in the market. I have the black ones, and It looks good with sports-wear, but with casual or formal clothes, it doesn't look that great. Also, I found QC35 so bulky. If you have a small head, you will know what I'm talking about. I would suggest trying them out at Apple store before buying just to make sure it looks as good as you'd expect. Price: Yes, it is expensive. Unfortunately not all people can afford $500 AUD to enjoy QC35. Sound leak: Unfortunately, the insulation system in QC35 is not what I was expecting. When you're listening to loud music, there is an obvious sound leak, to the extent that people sitting next to you (on a train for example) can hear what you're listening to. Final thoughts: Overall, I think it is a wonderful headphones. No doubt, it is a great choice for people looking for high quality wireless headphones. I give it 4 out of 5.

      • Written by AHMED A from MELBOURNE

      Is this review useful?Great Headphones!

    • 4.0 out of 5 stars

      Great Headphones!

      This review is based on 2 weeks of usage from purchase date. ** Pros ** Sound Quality: QC35 is made to give you the actual quality of the song. Put in ba This review is based on 2 weeks of usage from purchase date. ** Pros ** Sound Quality: QC35 is made to give you the actual quality of the song. Put in bad quality music, and you will get really bad quality out. But put in high quality music, and you will be wowed by how good the sound is. I'm no expert, but I figured that out after trying several songs with different qualities. MP3s with 320kbps sound absolutely fantastic, also HD YouTube videos (720p and above) sound great. Vocals sound phenomenal, try high quality songs for Adele or Sam Smith and you will know what I'm talking about. Base is very clean as well, found it best on volume 80% or a little bit less. Wireless/Bluetooth: This is one of the features that I bought QC35 for, and yes it didn't disappoint. Pairing is very easy. Tried it with iPhone, iPad, Sony laptop, and even with Sony Bravia TV (using Bluetooth transmitter) and it always worked like a charm. I put the headphones on and I keep moving around my apartment crossing walls and closed doors, and no single beat drops off. Phone calls: Phone calls sound fantastic in this headphones. The person's voice on the other end is very clear, and also your own voice is quite clear to the recipient without the need to raise your voice. Weight/Comfort: This is the most comfortable headphones I have ever tried. They are very light and comfy on the ear and head. The ear and headband cushions are great to the extent that you can just put the headphones on and forget them for hours without feeling any pressure on your ears or head. Noise Cancellation: Great feature for those who like to move to a different world while listening to music. If you have a baby at home, please don't put these headphones on, you will never hear him/her crying. While indoors, put the headphones on, play music on high volume, and you will literally hear nothing except your music. If you wear them outdoors, you still need to be very careful as you will hear very little from the surroundings. Battery: Battery life is really good. I haven't calculated exactly how many hours it lasts for one charge, but based on my usage, which is average 3-4 hours per day, I believe the claimed 20 hours battery life is quite accurate. ** Cons ** Looks: Some people might disagree with me, but I think QC35 doesn't have the best looks in the market. I have the black ones, and It looks good with sports-wear, but with casual or formal clothes, it doesn't look that great. Also, I found QC35 so bulky. If you have a small head, you will know what I'm talking about. I would suggest trying them out at Apple store before buying just to make sure it looks as good as you'd expect. Price: Yes, it is expensive. Unfortunately not all people can afford $500 AUD to enjoy QC35. Sound leak: Unfortunately, the insulation system in QC35 is not what I was expecting. When you're listening to loud music, there is an obvious sound leak, to the extent that people sitting next to you (on a train for example) can hear what you're listening to. Final thoughts: Overall, I think it is a wonderful headphones. No doubt, it is a great choice for people looking for high quality wireless headphones. I give it 4 out of 5.

      • Written by AHMED A from MELBOURNE

      Is this review useful?Great Headphones!

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      How can I fault this thing?

      As everyone else says, the noise cancelling is the best available. When you are on a plane, pop these on and it cuts out about 80% of the engine noise so you ca As everyone else says, the noise cancelling is the best available. When you are on a plane, pop these on and it cuts out about 80% of the engine noise so you can relax and not be as tired. But it's when the music starts playing the noise cancelling cuts 100% of the noise. Literally. Battery life is excellent. 20 hours wireless and they take less than 2hrs to charge fully from about 10%. Very comfortable. Most comfortable headphones I've ever used and trust me, I'm fussy and have sensitive skin. The volume optimised EQ is great. Whatever volume you listen at the bass, highs and stuff are balanced. The materials are quite premium. Glass filled nylon, synthetic leather and metal mean you can't really bend, scratch or break these unless you try. I've bumped mine, dropped them and they still work. The noise isolating micaohone is great. When I'm facetiming or something the other person hears me clearly and the mic cancels the sound around me so ALL they can hear is MY voice. These are definitely worth the extra money over the QC25s as they have a wider frame that sits on your head so the weight is more evenly distributed and MUCH more comfortable. I suggest you walk in to the Apple Store and try both you. You will definitely notice the difference. They also pressurise slower. With the QC25 as soon as you put them on it's BANG. You feel dizzy and all the noise is cancelled. The QC35s pressurise slower so they don't make you feel as dizzy when you out them on but the noise cancelling only works after 3 minutes or so. The EQ is also much better. The sound drive and everything is the same but e EQ balances the highs, lows and everything MUCH better than the QC25s. These also come with a nice carry case, short cable to charge it and a 2.5mm to 3.5mm cable to let you use these wired for up to 40hr battery and save battery in your device. These food neatly and weight about 500g. I personally find the black headphones have better material than the white headphones as the white ones have a weird glossy feel. My only suggestion would be to make the charging cable lightning or USB-C instead of micro USB as you need to carry an extra cable around and it's non reversible. I'd rate 6 star if I could. Definitely recommend to anyone looking for a high end headphone.

      • Written by Daniel H from Brisbane

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?How can I fault this thing?

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Amazeballs!

      Great design. The black-on-black looks very sleek. Great sound. Bose's signature balanced sound isn't as punchy as others (like B&O), but that's a good thing. Great design. The black-on-black looks very sleek. Great sound. Bose's signature balanced sound isn't as punchy as others (like B&O), but that's a good thing. Great noice cancellation. Unlike other brands that cost more, Bose is industry leading here. Good app. It's real simple, but you can use it to switch between devices like Mac and iPhone (you wonder why someone didn't think of this before). If you want very comfortable headphones, that sound great and have superior noise cancellation, "ADD TO BAG".

      • Written by Richard S from Toowong

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Amazeballs!

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Bose® QuietComfort® 35 Wireless Headphones : Available colours
Silver
Black
A$229.00