Black Friday Deals: Bose Bluetooth Speakers and Headphones
Bose is one of the best and most popular brands when it comes to speakers and headphones, offering a wide range of products for both categories. Bose products are known for being on the expensive side, though. This makes Black Friday one of the best times of the year to get Bose products at significantly discounted prices. Below are the Bose speakers and headphones that are on sale this Black Friday 2019.
Bose Bluetooth Speakers
From portable speakers to smart home speakers and soundbars, Bose has an extensive lineup of speaker systems. The following products are the Bose speakers that are up for grabs this Black Friday 2019. Two of them are portable speakers, with one speaker – the SoundLink Micro – being a solid option if you want a durable speaker for outdoor use. The other two are designed for home use and support Amazon Alexa.
- Bose Home Speaker 500 for $299 (was $399)
- Bose SoundLink Revolve for $119.99 (was $199.99)
- Bose SoundTouch 10 for $99.99 (was $199.99)
- Bose SoundLink Micro for $69.99 (was $99.99)
While they are usually more expensive than competing products, Bose headphones are known for their good audio reproduction and comfortable fit. Bose is especially notable for its lineup of noise-canceling headphones, which includes wireless neckband headphones and wired earbuds. Whether you are looking for sports headphones or headphones suitable for commuting and travel, Bose has you covered this Black Friday 2019.
- Bose QuietComfort 35 II for $279.99 (was $349.99)
- Bose SoundLink II for $179.99 (was $279.99)
- Bose SoundSport Free for $169.99 (was $199.99)
- Bose SoundSport Wireless for $99.99 (was $129.99)
- Bose SoundSport Pulse for $99.88 (was $129.88)
QuietComfort 35 II vs. SoundLink II
The QuietComfort 35 II are easily the best and most versatile of the bunch. They are great-sounding wireless over-ear headphones with active noise cancellation. Capable of running up to 20 hours per charge, they are some of the best noise-canceling headphones currently out, making them suitable for commuting and office use. You can also use them as regular headphones in wired mode, as they also come with a backup audio cable.
If you don’t care about noise cancellation and simply want good-sounding headphones that are comfortable to use for hours, get the more affordable SoundLink II instead. They are wireless over-ear headphones that are comparable to the QuietComfort 35 II in terms of build quality, comfort level, and battery life. They also come with a backup audio cable, but their travel case is only a soft case, which is inferior to the hard case of the QuietComfort 35 II.
SoundSport Free vs. SoundSport Wireless vs. SoundSport Pulse
As their model names suggest, the SoundSport Free, SoundSport Wireless, and SoundSport Pulse are designed for running, training, and sports use in general. They are more compact and more portable than the QuietComfort 35 II and the SoundLink II. They are more breathable and more stable due to their earbud/in-ear design, making them suitable for sports use.
The SoundSport Free is recommended if you prefer completely wireless sports headphones that sound great and allow for better situational awareness when running outdoors, especially at night. Their more open earbud design means their noise isolation is practically non-existent, allowing you to monitor your surroundings.
Featuring stability fins for a more secure fit, the SoundSport Wireless and SoundSport Pulse are practically the same in almost every aspect. They are wireless earbuds with a behind-the-neck cable and an IPX4 rating for sweat resistance. They both support NFC pairing and have a similar battery life, but the SoundSport Pulse feature a heart rate sensor, which is a plus for some people.