Crafted with revolutionary acoustic technologies, the Bose QuietComfort Bluetooth wireless earbuds deliver clean, transparent audio and rich, intense bass over a bed of virtual silence. So you can hear all sorts of nuances that are usually missed. The consequence, huh? A more compelling listening environment with your songs, podcasts, photographs, and phone calls.
For occasions when you need more awareness, Bose QuietComfort Earbuds help you tailor your listening experience with 11 different noise cancellation levels. This allows you to entirely remove disturbances, reduce sounds, or hear the environment around you so plainly that it’s as though you’re not wearing earphones at all. Use the Transparency Mode for quick conversations. It’s great to buy a cup or chatting with colleagues.
These comfortable earbuds are easy to wear all day because every surface that touches your ear is made of soft silicone. These true wireless earbuds have a capacitive control mechanism instead of keys. Tap and click the cover to control your content — just as you would on your tablet. And as soon as you pull a wireless earbud out of your ear, your song, podcast, or video will pause immediately so that you won’t skip a second. They’re even IPX-4 certified so that sweat, water, and weather won’t get in the way of your songs.
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are compliant with iOS and Android and designed for Bluetooth 5.1, so you can experience a reliable and stable wireless signal as long as you are within 30 feet of your connected unit.
You should get up to six hours of playback time on a single charge, and the wireless charging case allows you up to 12 more hours of listening time. The charging case is compatible with every Qi-certified wireless charging pad for your comfort. Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are available as Triple Black or Soapstone Earbuds.
Noise deleting earbuds—11 stages of successful noise deletion lets you experience songs, podcasts, & videos without disturbances. Transparency Mode allows the outside world to participate in short conversations.
Acclaimed Bose’s Sound — Crisp, simple info. Deep, full bass, all right. The developments in these noise-canceling earphones create a thrilling, life-like sound that is absolute and balanced at any degree of pitch.
Comfortable earbuds — Easy to wear every day, and any area that reaches your ear is made of soft silicone. Includes three sizes of ear tips to help you get the perfect suit.
Sweat & Temperature Resistant — The Bose QuietComfort IPX4-rated wireless noise earbuds are known to blast out loud music even though they are exposed to fog, sleet, hail, snow, or sweat.
Strong battery — These wireless earbuds can be played for up to 6 hours on a single charge. The wireless charging case supports up to 12 hours of battery life — and is compliant with any Qi-certified charging pad.
Quick touch controls — controlling your wireless noise from earbuds is as simple as clicking and pressing the surface — similar to how you monitor your computer.
Designed with Bluetooth 5.1—Bluetooth earbuds are operating within 30 ft. of your unit. When you’re on a call, the microphone system rejects most of the noise around you. IOS and Android compatible.
The Bose QuietComfort smart wireless earbuds are equipped with cutting-edge audio technologies and Bose Audio Noise Cancelling technology. Together, they deliver clean, consistent audio and rich, intense bass on a bed of simulated silence — so you can hear all sorts of nuances that are otherwise missed.
No matter where you’re in the day, take these waterproof earbuds. They produce genuinely clear audio for songs, podcasts, videos, and calls from the coffee shop. When you need to be conscious of your environment, these earbuds help you monitor how much — or how little — of the outside world you hear. This helpful function lets it seem like you’re not using a headset at all — perfect for buying a coffee or chatting to your coworkers.
The Bose QuietComfort earbuds produce deep, low notes and exciting, life-like sound. Any time you adjust the pitch, the sound is re-calibrated automatically, so it’s still synchronized. Made of lightweight silicone, the StayHear Max tips fit easily and firmly in your face. The earbuds come with three sizes of eartip so that you can find the match that’s right for you. Sweat from a hard workout. Rain from the pool. They could make the earbuds muddy, but they’re not going to dampen the listening experience.
This sturdy case is built to ride with you all day long. Its magnetized interior holds the wireless earbuds safely in place when charging, and its battery will recharge the earbuds for up to 12 hours of playback time. Using the supplied cord or Qi-certified wireless charging mat (not included) to charge the case.
The external LED lights show the battery status of your charging case. And as soon as you open the lid, the earbuds begin to pair with your computer.
My Honest Bose QuietComfort Noise Cancelling Earbuds Review
Pros: -Excellent noise cancellation, comparable to Sony and Bose over-the-ear headphones.
-Excellent sound quality;-Very light and comfy in the ears, particularly given their size;-Ear tip design holds the ear buds in place and aids noise cancellation.
Cons: Currently, touch controls are fairly restricted. There is no choice for volume adjustments, and the previous track is not available. See the list below.
The Bose Music app works well, although it might be better designed.
-A Bose QuietComfort Noise Cancelling Earbuds is little hefty and clumsy, but reasonably necessary for noise cancellation technology.
-Unable to connect to a new device without the charging case, and unable to pair a new device if the charging case’s battery is depleted.
After my Sony WF1000XM3 earbuds perished after 1.5 years of use, I waited many weeks for these Bose Noise Cancelling headphones to arrive. I eventually found them in stock at a nearby Best Buy last week and grabbed them on my way to the gym, where I utilized them for the first time. WOW was my initial impression, the noise cancellation and sound quality are fantastic! When I initially put them in and the noise canceling kicked in, I had to do a double take since I thought I was going to pass out.
Another surprise came when I pulled them out and the air conditioning started on. I had previously assumed that this level of noise cancellation and sound quality could only be obtained with over-the-ear headphones such as the Sony WH or Bose Quiet Comfort 35, but I can confidently state that the noise cancellation and sound quality of these are only a small step below that of the Sony WH1000XM3 over-the-ear headphones, which I also own. It’s astonishing for earbuds to be able to compete with the NC and sound of over-the-ear headphones.
When compared to the Sony WF-1000XM3 earbuds, I would say that Bose QuietComfort Earbuds perform far better in terms of sound and noise cancellation. These are somewhat larger in size, yet they are very light for their size. I was able to wear them on a treadmill while keeping them safe in my ear, although I know this may vary from person to person. There were three ear tip sizes provided in the package, which may restrict some people’s ability to select the optimum fit. The Sonys come with roughly 7 tips, ranging in size from 3 to 4.
My main beef with these earphones at the moment is that the touch control features leave a lot to be desired. On day one, Bose QuietComfort Earbuds only offers personalization of a single command: the touch-and-hold left earbud, which permits either “next track” or “hear battery level.” Touch-and-hold on the right earbud, double tap on the right earbud, and double tap on the left earbud are all designated for Siri (on iPhone), play/pause, and cycling through noise-canceling settings. I don’t use Siri or voice commands, and I couldn’t care less about cycling through the noise canceling settings (which you can set 3 favorites on the app and cycle through them). I just use completely noise-canceling headphones or don’t use them at all. So three of the four controls are either incomplete or useless to me. This is a significant constraint that, luckily, may be addressed with firmware/software upgrades in the very near future.
Another little problem I encountered a few days ago was that the charging case needed some power in order to link the earbuds with a fresh smartphone. I was in the gym and wanted to connect my headphones to my iPad (I had previously paired them only with my iPhone). That’s when I noticed the Bluetooth connection button was on the case itself, and since the case was dead, I couldn’t pair the ear buds with a new device.
The Bose QuietComfort earbuds still had half a charge, so I could have used them. As far as I can tell, the only method to link a new device right now is via the Bluetooth pairing button on the case, and if the case isn’t charged, you’re out of luck till you charge it. This is an odd and inconvenient operational choice. With the Sony WF, I could enter a Bluetooth connection by touching and holding both earphones for 8 seconds. This is also something that can be fixed in the future with a software/firmware upgrade.
Overall, I am quite pleased with the sound and noise cancellation capabilities of these ear buds. I was able to hear background noise and music while at the gym with a podcast or music playing and full noise cancellation enabled with the Sony WF. The noise canceling alone (without anything playing) removes practically all spoken and music background noise and entirely eliminates deep bass sounds like air conditioning or a car wash in the parking lot using these Bose ear buds. While music is playing, all sounds are muffled. I can focus on the podcast better than any earbuds I’ve used in the past, and nearly as well as an over-the-ear headset like the Sony WH or Bose QC 35 while listening to podcasts with spoken words.
For the high price, the Bose QuietComfort Noise Cancelling earbuds don’t provide much better value than the Sony WF, which is presently on sale for 178 USD, or the Apple AirPods Pro, which is currently on sale for 199 USD. I would buy these Bose ear buds without hesitation at their usual retail pricing of $228 and $249, respectively, but at the sale rates, it’s probably along the lines of “you get what you pay for,” meaning a proportionally better quality for a proportionately higher cost.