Bose QuietComfort 25 review

The Bose QuiteComfort 25 triple black special edition headphones are extremely lightweight and comfortable and the headband is made with suede-like material for extra comfort.

The headphones work with both IOS and android devices however there are two different models for each device so if you change your phone often then these headphones may not be suitable for you.

Bose really do offer the best experience when it comes down to noise cancellation, you feel completely submersed in your music when in the office, on public transport or anywhere where there is a lot of background noise. If you travel on a plane a lot then we highly recommend picking these headphones up as you won’t be disappointed.

To active noise cancellation, you can simply turn the switch on the side of the right earcup on and off. It runs from one AAA battery and lasts a very long time so you don’t need to replace the battery often.

The headphones won’t disappoint you when it comes to sound, we recently reviewed the “Ted Baker rockall headphones” and thought these were pretty impressive however Bose have completely changed our mind about sound quality. The sound is crisp, clear and when you start using the noise cancellation you won’t ever want to turn it off.

The cable comes with the same controls as the original iPhone in ear headphones and the cable is long enough for you to move around with ease. Bose also includes the standard accessories with your headphones such as a lovely compacted hard case that the headphones can sit in nicely and inside the case, you can store an extra triple a battery and the provided airplane adaptor.

Before we finish this review let’s talk about the things that we don’t like. The AAA battery, we would have at least expect a recharge battery. Having to replace batteries or even buy new ones are such a pain. We would rather have storage inside the case for a battery pack that we could also use to recharge our smartphone at the same time.

Overall these headphones are extremely well built and offer an amazing sound quality, the price tag is a little high but if you’re looking for a noise cancellation headphones then these are the ones you want to pick up.

Daniel Derrick

UX Consultant & Digital Designer | Consumer Technology Reviewer | Youtube Content Creator

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