NEW Bose QuietComfort Ultra Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones with Spatial Audio, Over-the-Ear Headphones with Mic, Up to 24 Hours of Battery Life, Black

£348.20

  • LEVELLED-UP LISTENING: Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones with spatial audio give you an immersive experience that makes music feel more real; CustomTune technology offers personalised sound, shaped to you
  • WORLD-CLASS NOISE CANCELLATION: These noise cancelling headphones feature Quiet Mode, Aware Mode and Immersion Mode, which combines full noise cancellation and Bose Immersive Audio
  • CRYSTAL-CLEAR CALLS: Microphones focus on the sound of your voice and the noise cancelling headphones with mic filter out background noise for the clearest phone calls of any Bose headphones
  • ELEVATED DESIGN, LUXE COMFORT: Soft ear cushions hug your ears, the band spreads pressure evenly and elevated materials let you make a statement with these noise cancelling over-the-ear headphones
  • BLUETOOTH WIRELESS HEADPHONES: Advanced Bluetooth 5.3 offers connection within 9 metres of your device; SimpleSync allows you to sync with a Bose Smart Soundbar so you can listen to TV at your own volume
  • 24-HOUR BATTERY LIFE: Listen longer with up to 24 hours of battery life (up to 18 hours with Immersive Audio); a 15-minute charge offers up to 2.5 hours of play time (up to 2 hours with Immersive Audio)
  • CONNECT AND CONTROL: Touch controls on each earcup allow you to change volume, skip tracks, answer calls and change modes; you can also turn the Bluetooth headphones on/off simply with head motions
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Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Product Dimensions

5.08 x 13.97 x 19.56 cm, 254.01 Grams

Date First Available

14 Sept. 2023

Manufacturer

Bose

Item model number

880066-0100

Country of origin

China

Guaranteed software updates until

unknown

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  1. 02

    by K. Henson

    I have owned 2 pairs of the quiet comforts over the past 8 years and loved them. Even though the ultra headphones were a little more than I wanted to spend, I figured I’d give them a try and return them if I wasn’t impressed. Unfortunately, I’m OBSESSED. The sound quality is as amazing as expected… it’s the more subtle features that made me obsessed. They connect to two devices seamlessly and I have experienced ZERO skipping. The way the music pauses when I move ear cup away from my ear (someone is always interrupting my flow) and then turns back on when I replace it is super convenient. I also like that they look unassuming so it doesn’t make me nervous someone will want to steal them. As someone who wants to be able to wear these on the train and bus commutes in London, I need to be able to switch between immersion modes so I can hear the train locations but block out all the screeching. The immersive depth feature is really fun and makes it easier to wear the headphones for longer periods of time. The comfort is unbeatable. I am very sensitive to heavy, tight, and hot headphones. These feel like wearing nothing, with just enough pressure to feel secure. I also like that they look unassuming so it doesn’t make me nervous someone will want to steal them. The ability to easily switch between immersion modes with a quick button is great for London commuting – you can hear the train announcements but block out all the screeching.

    Also, not directly related to these headphones, but in case you are also considering the Sony’s: I also tried the Sony WH-1000XM5 and absolutely hated how they made my head feel pressurized. I returned them for the milder XM4s and was generally happy with the quality but noticed the bluetooth connectivity sort of “skipped” which really grated on my nerves. I tried only connecting to one device but it still skipped. I also disliked the voice command feature – I like to sing along which would pause my music so I turned this setting off but it kept turning itself on so I’d have to go back to the app to manually override the setting. I’m back to Bose and not looking back!

  2. 02

    by SarahC1985

    *Please be aware this review is being written from a totally blind person’s perspective. *
    As I’ll be one of the first to review these headphones due to how new they are, I’ll try to go into as much detail as possible. First off, upon opening the box, you are greeted by a simple layout. The box purely contains the case and the manual. The case is more of an oval shape compared to the NC700, which is more of a square. Inside the case you’ll find the headphones, USB C to A charging cable and an audio cable if you want to connect it to a wired source.
    Opening the case up, the headphones feel very sleek, around the same size as other pairs, but the first thing I noticed was the fact the cushions mould seamlessly with the headphones, creating a complete seal. There is not that tiny gap like on the NC700 and others. What I liked immediately though was the fact the cushions slip into place with the use of six little tabs which simply snap into place. It’s a lot easier, for me at least, than trying to line them up with a tiny crack as with previous designs.
    When you turn them on, they have to be on both ears to activate, so Bose can use its tuning technology to personalise to the shape of your ears. This has to be done every time you put them on, turning them on with only one earcup in place won’t work.
    They truly live up to their name of ‘quiet comfort,’ I am wearing them right now as I type this, and you can almost forget you’re wearing headphones, you can hardly feel them, they almost mould to your head. They truly do hug your ears. The most comfortable pair I’ve ever owned. I also like how the Bluetooth and power button is slightly indented, whereas the multi-function button is perfectly smooth. The volume strip is also able to be felt, and I love how you just swipe it with a finger to change the volume, and you can also configure a shortcut to it, in the Bose Music App.
    Now moving on to connecting them, it’s just the same as with previous Bose headphones. Turn them on, you’ll hear the tone, and then the voice prompt will tell you they are ready to connect. Select your device and away you go. You can also store up to 8 Bluetooth devices in the headphones, which is a nice feature.
    The noise cancelling is without doubt the best I have heard yet. You can hardly hear anything when it’s on ‘quiet’ mode. You can also adjust the level of ANC you want, plus in aware mode, there are also ‘active sense’ settings, which block out loud noises by briefly turning on ANC, then turn it off again when the sound stops. This is good for if you’re in a restaurant and a blender starts up, for example. These also have ‘wind block’ which mutes the microphones for NC while you’re on a call, so you don’t hear the wind against them. The person on the other end will still hear it though.
    Now the highlight, the immersive audio. I personally think it’s incredible. I’ve heard details in my music I’d never heard before, it gives the song or other content a completely new layer of depth. Bose weren’t kidding about that. I also have the Apple Air pods Max and these knock spots off those for their spacial audio and head tracking. It really does sound like the music is coming from a speaker in front of you, it sounds like the speaker nearest you when you turn your head, whichever way you turn it. I flicked between spacial and stereo, and I tell you what, I’ll never go back. Stereo sounds bland in comparison to this. I will always use spacial now wherever possible. The base is full, as is the treble and mid-range. You don’t miss anything, just like the artist intended. If you’re like me, you won’t go back either!
    As soon as I heard these were coming out, I just had to get them. It’s my birthday next month and my family said they would pay for them, but I just had to have them now and wow I do not regret it at all, and neither will you! Just one final note, I researched it last night and Bose will be releasing Ultra ear cushion kits for these headphones soon so we can buy replacements, if necessary, mine will probably wear quickly the amount I’m going to use them. I’ll probably use them on my work laptop too. All in all, yes, their pricey, but your ears will thank you, for both the superior comfort and second to none sound at the same time. Worth every penny, happy listening!
    Edit: (Because I struggled with this too,) if you want to clear the Bluetooth list and start over, press the power and multi-function buttons at the same time for a few seconds while the headphones are on, until the voice says ‘bluetooth device list cleared.’

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