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    Noise Cancelling (Active)
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    Connection Type
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    Bluetooth
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    Maximum Wireless Range
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Bose - QuietComfort Earbuds II True Wireless Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphones - Triple Black

Model:870730-0010
SKU:6512575
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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Life saver

    I am a digital artist who absolutely NEEDS music to work. Along with that, I'm also currently taking care of my mom who is very ill both physically and mentally. Our house is small and she has a tendency to be very loud on the phone. It drove me a little crazy but I know it's important for her to have these sort of outlets because of her conditions, so I decided to invest in some high quality noise cancelling ear phones. Originally, after watching several video reviews, I had bought Bose QuietComfort Earbuds I since they were repeatedly stated to have the best noise cancellation, and that was the most critical component for me. And they definitely did, I remember having the literal A/C blasting right next to me and hearing it as a very soft, distant fan with the noise cancellation component turned on. However, the comfort levels were absolutely missing. Wearing those earphones for over an hour had my ear canals and inner lobe aching for days. DAYS. I wish I was exaggerating. One of the issues with a lot of the videos and marketing is that they're constructed with mostly men in mind, which I'm not. I'm also just under 5 foot so my build is especially smaller than most women too. I kept the earphones anyway because I was so desperate to just have some peace and quiet, and the sound quality was amazing, but I did end up giving them away to a very dear friend of mine who was in a similar predicament as me, but with a bigger ears lol. She said they worked great for her, so it's probably not a common issue, but if this is you're someone like me who often struggles with earbud sizing, you know what I'm talking about. That said, I decided to give these Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II a try because they were visibly smaller and seemed to have more versatility in handling different sized ears in general. I need to say that I am SO glad I did. Just wow!!!!! I didn't even have to use the smallest band and caps for these, they are amazing!!! I can keep them all day and night and not experience the slightest bit of pain after! The design is so accommodating for different fits, where you have a choice in both the cap for the earbud as well as a completely separate band that helps sits the device in your actual ear. I feel like it's perfect for any adult, and probably could even accommodate younger teens too. Something else I want to note is that while the first Quiet Comfort I earbuds didn't particularly weigh TOO heavily, I do feel like these Quiet Comfort II earbuds are even lighter, and I feel that may have had an effect on how easily my ear can endure wearing them as well. It also has the same incredible noise cancellation as QuietComfort I, and incredibly immersive sound quality. Seriously, there's so much my regular speakers don't pick up on that these earphones attune me to. I love listening to music with these! I also love the compact size of the QuietComfort II case in comparison to the Quiet Comfort I too. Bose really made a difference with these, I'm so glad I took the chance to invest in them. I don't know what I'd do without them. I included a pic of them next to my hand just just how small they are. (I'm 4 foot 11 inches, and 115 pounds for reference!) They're a great investment for anyone but if you're built smaller than most and want to invest in some earphones, these are a must.

    Posted by kiran

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Best Sound Married with Comfort

    My search for another set of wireless earbuds began with my wife and I listening to our own separate AirPods Pro's 2. Occasionally when we were wearing them at the same time her music would drop off and mine would come streaming through. So to keep the peace I decided to look for another wireless earbuds outside the Apple ecosystem and I'll explain what I discovered it there are earbuds out there that are better than Apple. Let's be honest we all have criteria ranking of the most important to the least important. Here's my criteria in order of the most important. 1. Staying connected consistently 2. Comfort 3. Sound quality 4. Multipoint connectivity 5. ANC 6. Wireless charging 7. Price. I already own Sennheiser Momentum 3 over the ear headphones so I thought I'd try the Sennheiser Momentum TW3. I bought these on Amazon last month and because I was within the 30 day return window I thought I'd buy the BOSE QC2's and compared them to the TW3's. While the TW3's had attractive features that the BOSE lacked like wireless charging and Multipoint connectivity they were low on my important criteria list. When I wore the QC2's for the first time I was blown away. The sound was so open and wide and as I later found out that is the sound stage. The TW3's while they were clear seemed to sit front and center in my listening field instead of sounding wide. Hope you understand what I'm conveying. My issue with the TW3's was comfort even with trying their optional wing and ear tips. When I would wear them for an hour or so my ears would hurt. When I would wear them to bed and I laid my head on my side they would dig in because they protruded further outside of my ear while the Bose QC2's are more flush and I can lay comfortably on my side. Other issues I was concerned after watching several YouTube videos on the long term reliability of the TW3's that they lost connectivity in one earbud and they would not charge. So while the BOSE QC2 were more expensive and lacked the multi point connectivity and the wireless charging I'm going to keep them and am sending the Sennheiser TW3's back. Finally I wanted to get a case for my new treasures and I found this case that opens differently than the way the QC2's do and it has a latch. See pictures. Even though I bought a blue pair of QC2's I chose red so they would easy to spot down in my backpack when I travel and I like red too :) That my honest review. Hope this helps you with your purchase decision. David

    Posted by DavidH