Excerpt: You know who I hate? Everyone. I need a decent pair of headphones so I can tune out the entire world. Bose QuietComfort 3 Noise Cancelling headphones is reliable and affordable literally the top two things I look in any product.
Excerpt: I think the first thing to mention about these headphones is the great storage case they come in.They're a much more portable version of Bose's noise cancelling headphones, they're actually an on ear design like the OE2i model. These earphones silence everything except the extremely loudest bikes.
Pros: "Had Soft ear phone which makes an new experiance to the listner"
Excerpt: I have had mine for just about 2 years. They are effective to the point that the quiet may trouble some individuals. I live on an occupied road ,what's more the clamor could be troublesome when sitting on my lawn. These earphones silence everything except the extremely loudest bikes.
Summary: These fitted my QC3's (purchased in 2006) without issue. The original Bose ones had quite literally disintergrated. They were reasonably easy to fit and clipped into place with a hard press of the thumb.
Summary: "I've had these for around 2 years now and although they are very, very well looked after I have had absolutely no problem with them. They are a comfortable fit and the sound (to some ears) is a tad bass heavy but beautifully crisp at the same time. The...
Excerpt: " Yes these are great headphones I Can't hear him playing his loud music.The sound is great but the 4 star is he is frustrated with the battery charger. WHY do you have to charge them and not just plug them into the mains like others.Have kept them though they were his main Christmas pressy "
Excerpt: I think the first thing to mention about these headphones is the great storage case they come in. The case is sort of round/oval shaped which is actually the perfect shape to store headphones in. These sit in here very nice and snugly and I know they are protected really well in here.
Good if you want to cut out irritating noise when commuting, but it'll cost you
5 December 2012
Excerpt: Having had the QC2 noise cancelling headphones, the only gripe I had with them was they were too big and cumbersome for everyday use. They are on the large side and not suitable for portable use. So, these should do the trick then.