Bose Canada Bose.ca: Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones, Factory Renewed $249.99 (regularly $399.99) Get Bose QuietComfort 35 Headphones for $250!

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Enjoy the sounds of silence with this deal from Bose.ca, because factory renewed Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones are back in stock for $249.99 (regularly $399.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $150.00!

This deal only applies to factory renewed, first-generation QuietComfort 35 headphones and only the black colour is currently in stock. For reference, stock was last spotted in May, while new QC 35 II headphones are currently $399.00 at Amazon.ca.

Widely regarded as one of the best noise-cancelling headphones on the market, these headphones use active noise-reduction to eliminate background sounds to let you enjoy your audiobooks, podcasts and music in peace. 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 while supplies last. 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 for posting, but I fear it might not be the best time to buy the qc35.
      https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/16/2069 ... n-problems
      I've seen many people mention that Bose nerfed the ANC on these, and there's not much you can do besides downgrading the firmware and never connecting to the app
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    • The Verge reported on model II and OP listed model I.
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    • Might not be hot for some people.
      But I'm just like you keep watching this for awhile. I was hesitate to buy either the used this QC35 / Sony 1000xm3 on KJJ or ebay.
      Finally this comes! a lot safer and discount! why would this bad

      Thank OP
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    • ravenjo wrote:
      Aug 9th, 2019 9:44 pm
      The Verge reported on model II and OP listed model I.
      QC35 I users complained about degraded ANC as well. But very likely the headphones sold in stores or shipped from warehouse won't have the latest firmware. Just don't upgrade it.

      Also, Bose outlets stores have renewed QC35 II for $300.
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    • Aelanord wrote:
      Aug 9th, 2019 11:40 pm
      QC35 I users complained about degraded ANC as well. But very likely the headphones sold in stores or shipped from warehouse won't have the latest firmware. Just don't upgrade it.

      Also, Bose outlets stores have renewed QC35 II for $300.
      Do you know how to prevent getting the latest firmware and not upgrading it?
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    • Been waiting for these to come back in stock knowing that the Bose 700 isn't far better in performance (I rarely use the mic in a noisy environment), has a stronger clamping force on the head, and doesn't fold (ok, honestly don't think this last point is a huge deal).

      I like the multi-point connectivity that the Sony doesn't support.

      In for one.
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    • dinguszoo wrote:
      Aug 9th, 2019 5:00 pm
      Thanks for posting, but I fear it might not be the best time to buy the qc35.
      https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/16/2069 ... n-problems
      I've seen many people mention that Bose nerfed the ANC on these, and there's not much you can do besides downgrading the firmware and never connecting to the app
      I just want to say that Bose users complained about this in earlier versions of firmware before and also complained for same reason. They took users headsets back and did comprehensive testing (with documentation on what they did) and found that the qc35 first gen performed the same pre and post firmware upgrade in the lab.

      Meanwhile, I have done the firmware upgrade and didn't notice any difference in anc feature.

      My conclusion is Bose forums are mostly people who like to complain because Bose mods actually respond to them.

      In the meantime, my qc35 first gen is still working great and sounds the same.
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    • Aelanord wrote:
      Aug 9th, 2019 11:40 pm
      QC35 I users complained about degraded ANC as well. But very likely the headphones sold in stores or shipped from warehouse won't have the latest firmware. Just don't upgrade it.

      Also, Bose outlets stores have renewed QC35 II for $300.
      I picked up the QC35II for $279 at the Bose outlet. Then I heard they gave another $30 off (but can’t verify) so I’m not sure the first gen is worth the $250.
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    • slimysnot wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2019 7:09 am
      I just want to say that Bose users complained about this in earlier versions of firmware before and also complained for same reason. They took users headsets back and did comprehensive testing (with documentation on what they did) and found that the qc35 first gen performed the same pre and post firmware upgrade in the lab.

      Meanwhile, I have done the firmware upgrade and didn't notice any difference in anc feature.

      My conclusion is Bose forums are mostly people who like to complain because Bose mods actually respond to them.

      In the meantime, my qc35 first gen is still working great and sounds the same.
      They have a legit reason, I have experienced this in my refurb QC35i that I bought here.

      Before just ANC ON you can't hear people talking after the upgrade it is night and day difference you can hear people talking and even the keyboard sound while you're typing, so they have reasons to complain.
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    • I was on the lookout for these, but grabbed the QC25 for $135 on Prime day and can no longer justify the price for the recertified Q35s.
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    • On my QC35 II, no difference in ANC performance.

      The thing with internet anecdotes is that everyone gives skewed responses to some degree.

      QC35 is still a great buy and sounds awesome.
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    • I bought these during the sale last time at $269. They sound no where near as good as the WH1000XM 2/3 but they are way more comfortable, I’d take these over the XM2/3 on a long haul flight any day.

      Mine came basically brand new. A solid buy IMO.
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    • dieselboy27 wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2019 7:43 am
      I picked up the QC35II for $279 at the Bose outlet. Then I heard they gave another $30 off (but can’t verify) so I’m not sure the first gen is worth the $250.


      When was this? They told me 300. Anyone hear anything different?
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    • pixeloflife wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2019 12:05 am
      Do you know how to prevent getting the latest firmware and not upgrading it?
      The Bose Connect app automatically downloads firmware to the headphones, but the upgrading actually starts after user hit the upgrade button. Put phone on flight mode when using the app, or just don't hit the upgrade button.
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    • dinguszoo wrote:
      Aug 9th, 2019 5:00 pm
      Thanks for posting, but I fear it might not be the best time to buy the qc35.
      https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/16/2069 ... n-problems
      I've seen many people mention that Bose nerfed the ANC on these, and there's not much you can do besides downgrading the firmware and never connecting to the app
      I've had QC25's since they came out and I love them. I almost bought QC35's when they were first released but realized how stupid it was to buy $450 headphones with non-replaceable batteries. I don't understand how these things sell between the batteries and firmware updates forced down your throat.
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    • Are these similar to the Beats Studio 3?
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    • savercanuck91 wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2019 3:11 pm
      Are these similar to the Beats Studio 3?
      I would say the qc35 is better in almost every way.
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    • savercanuck91 wrote:
      Aug 10th, 2019 3:11 pm
      Are these similar to the Beats Studio 3?
      I've test at bestbuy in a few locations. i'd say if you wanna pay that much for Beat, better go for JBL/ Audio tech.
      I dont like beat sound at all. even discount prices, around 270+tax. My 70$ headset is even better(without ANC)
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