Conclusion: Reviewers say the Bose AE2W is a Bluetooth headphone with the quality you'd expect from Bose. They're essentially the wired Bose AE2 headphones with a Bluetooth module stuck in place of the cable connector.
Pros: Very good sound quality, Good wireless performance, Pair with two devices at once, Very comfortable
Summary: Despite a few question marks and a high price, the Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Bluetooth Headphones are a very good-sounding Bluetooth pair that's lightweight and very comfortable to wear.
Pros: The Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Bluetooth Headphones offer very good sound for Bluetooth, and they're arguably the most comfortable over-the-ear Bluetooth model. The control module is also well designed, with well-placed buttons that can be operated easily by feel alone.
Cons: Pretty pricey; protruding Bluetooth module looks a little strange; volume may not be loud enough for some people, depending on device used and type of file played.
Excerpt: When we put the AE2w headphones on for the first time, we were instantly struck by how light they were and how comfortable they felt. Without feeling bulky, they have enough padding in the right spots. As a result, we were able to wear them comfortably for several hours.
Summary: Not a lot of people know that the term “Bluetooth” is an anglicised version of Blåtand, which was the nickname of the 10th-century King Harald I of Denmark and parts of Norway. Even fewer people probably know that the familiar white-on-blue B-like Bluetooth symbol is actually a rune.
Summary: Keep getting yourself tied up in knots? With most of our music largely living on our smartphones, physically tethering yourself to your handset may turn out to be a buzz kill. With Bluetooth being the best way is to go wire-free, we check out the new Bose AE2w – their very first foray into Bluetooth...
Pros: Comfortable fit, great sound quality, option to use as conventional wired headphones
Cons: Bluetooth module feels out of place and is prone to being misplaced, no hard case included