Fly in style with Bose’s latest release
Finding the perfect pair of headphones for flying is never easy.
If it’s a long-haul journey, in particular, you want to have all the boxes ticked.
Comfort, sound and, crucially, the ability to block out the sound of the plane’s engine as you cruise through the air.
Luckily, Bose has released a new set which will ensure your travelling experience is as relaxing as you want it to be.
The Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are a successor to the popular QC35 II model, with a host of improvements and new features.
As well as a slightly more modern design, the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 include touch controls and USB-C charging, which is handy for anyone who was stuck holding onto a dated microUSB charger just for their headphones.
There is also a significant upgrade to the built-in microphones, which isolate your voice and dramatically improve the sound quality, ensuring it will be far easier to make calls without taking your headphones off.
The main feature, however, centres around the name of the headphones, and the ability to cancel out noise. There are 11 different intensity settings, as well as a Bose AR platform, which will allow apps to give you audio cues about the world around you.
The headphones go on sale in the US on June 20, and are likely to be available elsewhere not too long afterwards.
They are expected to cost around AED1,600, meaning they don’t come cheap, but with so many impressive features, these headphones could prove to be a sound investment.