Bose Canada Bose.ca: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, Refurbished $349.99 (regularly $499.99) Get Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 for $350!

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Tune out distractions in style from Bose.ca, because refurbished Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are available now for $349.99 (regularly $499.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $150.00!

The $349.99 price only applies to refurbished Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 in black, but brand new models are on sale in all three colours for $449.99 (regularly $499.99) at Bose.

Originally released in June 2019, Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are the latest-generation headphones from Bose, with an all-new design, up to 20 hours of battery life, built-in Alexa or Google Assistant and 11 levels of award-winning noise cancellation. Other features include:

  • Lightweight stainless-steel headband with angled earcups provide a perfect comfortable fit
  • Unrivaled adaptive four-microphone system isolates your voice from surrounding noise
  • 11 levels of noise cancellation to eliminate distractions
  • Simple earcup touch controls help you to stay connected
  • Customize controls for quick and convenient access to the features you use most often
  • Up to 20 hours of wireless battery life

This deal is available online only for a limited time. Quantities are limited, so get yours before they're gone! Bose refurbished products are tested to ensure like-new performance and backed by the same warranty as new products.

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    • Price is $349. Please correct the title
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    • Thanks for spotting my mistake. But hey isn't it a pleasant surprise, the price dropped another $10 in the span on 5 mins after I posted? ;)
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    • I think QC35 ear pieces fold together as well as fold flat.

      It looks like 700 just folds flat, so slightly bigger carrying case

      BTW, this refurb version of the 700 ** has standard case ***. The new 700 has the option now for a charging case = $99 extra over the regular case

      edited - confirmed, comes with regular case, even though it's not listed in description
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    • Yup, I think 700 is less desirable for travel. I don't travel much, so this may not be an issue. I think the sound quality on the 700 is slightly better?
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    • are bose refurbished usually cheaper in store? So when this whole virus is over could this possibly be found cheaper in store?
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    • I believe so. There is a 20% discount at the outlet mall at Halton Hills last Christmas. I can't wait till Christmas this year, we may still see business not opening, Bose may close all physical store and most of all, I don't want to lose my limbs to the Christmas hordes.
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    • Darn , silver OOS .
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    • is the 700 significantly better than qc35? You can get QC35 on sale for 210 once in a while.
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    • muppetslayer wrote: is the 700 significantly better than qc35? You can get QC35 on sale for 210 once in a while.
      I'm thinking now that this has come down in price, the qc35 will get even cheaper, as well as the qc25...
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    • deezz wrote: I'm thinking now that this has come down in price, the qc35 will get even cheaper, as well as the qc25...
      I think QC35 II went down from $359 to $329 when the 700 dropped on the Bose Outlet Refurb section online.
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    • l69norm wrote: I think QC35 ear pieces fold together as well as fold flat.

      It looks like 700 just folds flat, so slightly bigger carrying case

      BTW, this refurb version of the 700 has the regular case. The new 700 has the option now for a charging case = $99 extra over the regular case
      Just to clarify, looks like the refurb version does not ship with a regular case. According to the specs section, headphones, cables and start guide.

      Not really a problem if you aren't using them for travel or if you want to pick up the charging case in the future.
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    • Why Bose has so many refurbished headphones?
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    • buluan wrote: Why Bose has so many refurbished headphones?
      The firmware update clusterfck. I personally didn’t notice any change after a firmware update but many complained so much that they now allow firmware downgrade. Guessing a lot returned unit instead ?

      If you install the Bose app , it’ll automatically update the firmware so try the phones without installing app so it won’t update .
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    • muppetslayer wrote: is the 700 significantly better than qc35? You can get QC35 on sale for 210 once in a while.
      I got the QC35 II refurbished about 6 months ago after several years own owning QC 15s.
      Wireless is fantastic.
      Sound quality is great.
      The microphone function...not a huge fan. Have noticed it quite a bit now, what with all the lovely conference calls I get to be on.
      A) the mic seems to pick up quite a bit of background noise in calls.
      B) it has "side tone" functionality - if you're using the headset for a call, it picks up surrounding noise from the mic and feeds it back into the headset. It's supposed to get rid of that weird feeling where you can't hear yourself when you're talking with noice cancelling on. Which, conceptually, is great. However, since A) is true, it also feeds in all the background noise...which means no real noise cancelling during calls.

      All this to say that I've heard the 700s have fixed this issue, so I'm debating picking this up or not.

      Anyone have direct comparative experience?
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    • Upgraded from QC35 II to 700's, find 700's uncomfortable to wear. Sound wise, not much difference.Noise Cancel a lot better on 700's.
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    • Not sure I would use this during the pandemic and not sure drenching this with alcohol is a good idea either, pass but thanks!
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    • buluan wrote: Why Bose has so many refurbished headphones?
      Probably a lot of returns/buyer remorse on $400-500 headphones in general. This headphone was supposed to be a Sony killer but reviews were not convincing, plus the firmware issues.
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    • frogger wrote: Probably a lot of returns/buyer remorse on $400-500 headphones in general. This headphone was supposed to be a Sony killer but reviews were not convincing, plus the firmware issues.
      If you're talking about the firmware issues with noise cancellation. Bose did a thorough investigation and turns out it was for the most part in peoples heads
      https://community.bose.com/t5/Around-On ... anoverview
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    • muppetslayer wrote: is the 700 significantly better than qc35? You can get QC35 on sale for 210 once in a while.
      only the noise cancellation is better. sound wise, there isn't any change. wouldn't say it is significantly better
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    • I thought the call quality (mic quality) was much better on the 700.
      Only thing stopping me is the new sony should be out later this year. Though I think Bose has better customer service so there is more support if something goes wrong.
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