Black Friday is a great occasion to clear your wish list of a few typically too expensive items as prices fall to impressive lows across the internet. If you're anything like me then you appreciate the opportunity to get lost in the soundscapes of a good set of headphones. And when it comes to headphones, what could be more good than the Bose QuietComfort Ultra now just $379 at Best Buy!
These headphones have practically only just hit store shelves and we're already being treated to a tidy little discount to tempt us even further. The Bose QuietComfort Ultra's usual price tag of $429 has been docked by a non-too-shabby $50. Is it the discount of a life time? Not exactly, but it does make these impressive cans all the more accessible, bringing a super-premium product ever closer to our eager hands. Check out the deal below for more information.
Black Friday's best Bose QuietComfort Ultra deal
Bose QuietComfort Ultra:
$429 $379 @ Best Buy
Overview: The new Bose QuietComfort Ultra headphones receive a healthy discount of $50 for Black Friday.
Features: 35mm drivers that deliver immersive, spatial audio. Up to 24 hours of battery life (15 minutes quick charge for 2 hours use, 3 hours for full charge). Bluetooth 5.3, with a range of 30 feet. Quiet and full ANC immersion modes, or Aware Mode to let in some of your surroundings.
Release date: Oct. 3, 2023
Reviews: The Bose QuietComfort Ultra reviews all praise Bose's premium cans for their immersive audio, intuitive controls, excellent battery live, and solid ANC performance.
Buy it if: You want a premium headphone experience with spatial audio capabilities for rich and wide soundscapes and a top-tier ANC experience with excellent battery life.
Don't buy it if: You're not one for premium flair and expensive tech. Which the QuietComfort Ultras live up to their name in performance and fit, these flagship headphones are also high in price, making this Black Friday offer all the more welcome. Looking for something a little cheaper? Go with the Bose QuietComfort 45 SE instead!
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