Bose Canada Bose.ca: Get Refurbished Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 for $309.99 (regularly $499.99) Save $190 on Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700!

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Work from home with new wireless headphones from Bose.ca, where you can get refurbished Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 for $309.99 (regularly $499.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $190.00!

The $309.99 price only applies to refurbished Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 in black, silver or soapstone colours. For comparison, the $309.99 price is a new historical low for refurbished models, beating the previous mark of $349.99 set in April 2020.

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 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 until January 7, 2021. Bose refurbished products are tested to ensure like-new performance and backed by the same warranty as new products.

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  • dux
    • Oh wow that's a really good buy.
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    • Great deal. Picked up a set. Thanks!
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    • Must resist.... ...
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    • peakingduck wrote: Must resist.... ...
      I know , I have the QC 1 and tried my friend’s 700 and boy what a difference in sound specially for music and calls but am on COVID budget ..... according to wife
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  • dux
    • The question is to get this or the Sony. From the few reviews I read, they all point to the Sony to be a better purchase for sound quality, noise cancellation, battery, etc.

      Slight advantage to Bose in terms of looks/build quality.

      I might get both and return one.

      http://www.amazon.ca/gp/redirect.html?i ... ive=330641
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    • dux wrote: The question is to get this or the Sony. From the few reviews I read, they all point to the Sony to be a better purchase for sound quality, noise cancellation, battery, etc.
      IIRC Bose was considered better for mic quality and cancelling ambient noise for your callers. So far so good though it does tend to pick up high-pitched noises like dishes rattling and paper bags crinkling.
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  • hvc
    • dux wrote: The question is to get this or the Sony. From the few reviews I read, they all point to the Sony to be a better purchase for sound quality, noise cancellation, battery, etc.

      Slight advantage to Bose in terms of looks/build quality.

      I might get both and return one.

      http://www.amazon.ca/gp/redirect.html?i ... ive=330641
      Bose will be comfier for longer
      Bose (had) one of the best ANCs, and
      Bose has better mics/call quality.

      Sony has better sound (bass, etc.) than Bose. The touch earpad is gimmicky, unless you like that, but the cover the cup to pause and turn on ambient sound is cool.

      Personally I'd go refurb QC35II and pocket the $100 savings. edit: just realized I'm in the 700 thread, not the QC35 one.. it's a toss up, then haha. I'd probably get the 700s.
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    • dux wrote: The question is to get this or the Sony. From the few reviews I read, they all point to the Sony to be a better purchase for sound quality, noise cancellation, battery, etc.

      Slight advantage to Bose in terms of looks/build quality.

      I might get both and return one.

      http://www.amazon.ca/gp/redirect.html?i ... ive=330641
      The Bose 700 Headphones Wireless and the Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless are both good wireless noise cancelling headsets that share a few similarities. Both are comfortable, feel well-built, and have touch-sensitive controls wrapped up in a sleek monochromatic design. The Sony are easier to use since the touch-sensitive surface is larger and can fold up into a more portable format. Both headphones have a more bass-heavy sound profile, but fans of customization are more likely to prefer the Sony due to their compatibility with the highly customizable Sony | Headphones Connect app. That said, the Bose have a vastly superior integrated microphone and even feature a mic mute button, which makes them slightly better for business users.

      https://www.rtings.com/headphones/tools ... 00/678/896

      I trust this site.
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    • tark514 wrote: That said, the Bose have a vastly superior integrated microphone and even feature a mic mute button, which makes them slightly better for business users.
      Yeah, the secret sauce for the Bose is the microphone, it does a noticeably better job of reducing background noise.

      Otherwise, both headphones are fairly closely matched.
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    • Worth upgrading from my QC35 II that I just got about 3 months ago?
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  • hvc
    • curlyface wrote: Worth upgrading from my QC35 II that I just got about 3 months ago?
      Nope.
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    • curlyface wrote: Worth upgrading from my QC35 II that I just got about 3 months ago?
      No.
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    • stephroll wrote: I know , I have the QC 1 and tried my friend’s 700 and boy what a difference in sound specially for music and calls but am on COVID budget ..... according to wife
      All the reviews have mentioned that the QC35's are more comfortable to wear all day, so that's kept me from being tempted to buy the 700's. I'm actually impressed my QC35's haven't died yet, its going on 3ish years and all day daily use.
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    • Ecsta wrote: All the reviews have mentioned that the QC35's are more comfortable to wear all day, so that's kept me from being tempted to buy the 700's. I'm actually impressed my QC35's haven't died yet, its going on 3ish years and all day daily use.
      I guess comfort is debatable depending on person . I just felt less pressure and heat with the 700 after using it for an hour , and the audio midrange levels being less muddy for music .
      Wish I could try the Sony XM3 also at $300 right now but since they can’t connect to 2 devices unlike all the Bose’s I can’t use them for working at home since I need to be connected to phone and laptop at same time .
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    • stephroll wrote: I guess comfort is debatable depending on person . I just felt less pressure and heat with the 700 after using it for an hour , and the audio midrange levels being less muddy for music .
      Wish I could try the Sony XM3 also at $300 right now but since they can’t connect to 2 devices unlike all the Bose’s I can’t use them for working at home since I need to be connected to phone and laptop at same time .
      I have the exact same multipoint requirement for work. You own the 700s right? did you buy new or refurb? Do you know if there is a huge difference in terms of product quality?
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    • freetrade wrote: I have the exact same multipoint requirement for work. You own the 700s right? did you buy new or refurb? Do you know if there is a huge difference in terms of product quality?
      No I have QC 35’s , wife said I spent enough with upcoming consoles lol . Was able to use my friend’s 700 for a few hours . Refurb Bose are basically new .
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    • stephroll wrote: No I have QC 35’s , wife said I spent enough with upcoming consoles lol . Was able to use my friend’s 700 for a few hours . Refurb Bose are basically new .
      Lol, gotcha thanks for responding!
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