Today, it’s increasingly tricky to find your own slice of serenity; public transport is a digital symphony of sound, cab drivers never stop complaining to their friends via headset, and even on long-haul flights, when a good night’s sleep is vital, telling a baby (or its seemingly oblivious parents) to shut the hell up will likely lead to a pistol whipping from a bored air marshal.
We might have a solution. Bose, a house-hold name is noise reduction, has created the QuietComfort35, the next step in your private campaign to politely tell to world to piss off. With the same noise cancelling technology as the acclaimed QuietComfort25 – including noise-rejecting dual-microphones that shut out the world beyond while also providing clear phone calls, even in noisy environments – the new QC35s deliver the wireless flexibility of Bluetooth and NFC pairing. With up to 20 hours of wireless listening per charge (an included wire bumps that up to 40) and built-in call and volume controls, these savvy ear-soothers boast their own digital equalizing system which balances sound, whether you’re listening to Soundgarden or Garfunkel. Users can also link up with the Bose Connect app to make their listening experience even more interactive. All this innovation folds into a small hard case, making it a carry-on or commuter essential.
Take your own vow of silence.
Bose QuietComfort 35