Bose Canada Bose.ca: Bose QuietComfort 35 Noise-Cancelling Headphones, Factory Renewed $199.99 (regularly $399.99) Get Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones for $200!

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Enjoy the sound of silence from Bose.ca, because you can get factory renewed Bose QuietComfort 35 Noise-Cancelling Headphones for $199.99 (regularly $399.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $200.00!

This weekend-only deal applies to factory renewed, first-generation QC 35 headphones and for reference, $199.99 is a new historical low for these headphones, beating the previous low of $249.99 since August 2019.

One of the most popular noise-cancelling headphones on the planet, QC 35 headphones use active noise-cancellation to eliminate background sounds to let you enjoy your audiobooks, podcasts and music without any distractions. Other features include:

  • Foldable, over-ear design fully seals in music and blocks out external noise
  • Bluetooth 4.1 and NFC pairing for a flawless wireless device connection
  • Lithium-ion battery lets you enjoy up to 20 hours of music on a single charge
  • Volume-optimized EQ gives you balanced audio performance
  • Inline microphone and remote work with select iOS devices and other popular phones
  • Premium materials for lightweight and comfortable all-day listening

This deal is available online only until February 17. Quantities are limited, so get yours before they're gone! Factory renewed products are tested by Bose to ensure like-new performance and backed by the same warranty as new products.

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    • Thanks OP, solid price for these. Ordered.
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    • Thanks OP, I ordered mine! Really good deal.
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    • All, just to be clear, it's $200+tax after the 20% discount.
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    • Thanks OP, been chasing this price for a while with the outlets in Ontario around black Friday and boxing day. Good price.

      The only difference between the QC35I and QC35II is the addition of assistant support. A good feature IMO but I'll take the savings on this unit.
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    • Great price, I love using these on the subway
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    • Tempting to buy a second pair as a backup.. my original ones are going on like 4+ years old now..
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    • remember to get 1% on Ebates or 2% thru GCR
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    • Do these come with a carry case?
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    • Kipoots wrote: Do these come with a carry case?
      What’s in the box?
      QC35 wireless headphones I—Refurbished
      USB charging cable
      Audio cable for wired connection
      Airline adapter
      Carrying case
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    • wow awesome price!
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    • Ecsta wrote: Tempting to buy a second pair as a backup.. my original ones are going on like 4+ years old now..
      Same. Tempting but I probably don't need two pairs :(. Nice deal though.
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    • How’s the battery life on the refurbished model? Also if you do wired connection (aux) does noise cancellation still work?
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    • diggidydave wrote: Same. Tempting but I probably don't need two pairs :(. Nice deal though.
      You know what's an even better deal than Bose QC35 for $199? QC35 for $0, since you already have 1. Be Happy you saved $199 lol
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    • Heads up I have the same version of QC35 and noise cancelling became terrible after 3.0.3 update. I wouldn’t recommend.
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    • yalinky wrote: Heads up I have the same version of QC35 and noise cancelling became terrible after 3.0.3 update. I wouldn’t recommend.
      Wonder if they update these during the refurbishing process
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    • Are these OS specific (Android vs iOS)?
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    • yalinky wrote: Heads up I have the same version of QC35 and noise cancelling became terrible after 3.0.3 update. I wouldn’t recommend.
      Jayhoo wrote: Wonder if they update these during the refurbishing process
      30 day return window, if they are updated just return them. I learned the hard way in the past never ever update the firmware on something that's working perfectly if i don't need the new features or am having problems.

      The issue also doesn't seem to affect all headphones, either way mine are fine so i won't be updating them.
      firegarden wrote: Are these OS specific (Android vs iOS)?
      No, this is the 1st gen.
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    • Thanks OP. Bought a pair for my Dad.

      Got these at 249.99 a while back. Didn't notice anything different when I updated to the new firmware.
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