Excerpt: I bought the Bose 20I Acoustic Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphones to replace a pair by another manufacturer. In the past I have also had the Bose over the ear noise cancelling headphones. I was amazed by how well they work. I have used them on two flights now, and they cut out the ambient noise 99%, and the quality of the music from my iPad is sublime. They are expensive but worth every penny.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight
Excerpt: I'm writing this review as my neighbor is cutting down a big tree about 30 feet from my office chair (the joys of working at home). The chainsaw and chipper are both running, and I'm wearing the earbuds. They're not eliminating all the noise, of course, but they're making it bearable. I'm happy. I swapped the buds for my pair of Bose QC-15 over-the-ear headphones, and the QC-15 are (very slightly) quieter, but the earbuds do the job just fine.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Great Sound, Lightweight
Excerpt: These are just fantastic. A premium product ranging from the case to the cords to the earbuds and, most importantly, the sound. I have owned many noise cancelling headphones. When my father in law's dog ate my last pair, I was bummed but remembered a friend having me listen to these things. I thought they were fantastic with incredible noise reduction and great sound. So I coughed up the $ and bought a pair. My father in law and his Rhodesian Ridgeback are forgiven.
Pros: Battery life, Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight, Noise Cancellation, Packaging, Size, Sound quality, Stylish
Excerpt: It's super cool product as it promise, it does cancel the noise, and I like it more than QC15. It's rechargeable, lightweight to carry. And B&H does not disappoint me for their service and high speed shipment.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Excerpt: Anyone who has spent many hours on an airplane knows the benefits of noise canceling headphones. They isolate you from the constant drone of the airplane and provide you with the ability to listen to content at a reasonable audio level. I have carried noise canceling headphones for years. The big drawback is that they can take up significant space in your briefcase/bag. I had read a number of reviews of the QuietComfort 20i in-ear headphones.