darragh o meara Registered User
#1

For anyone looking for arguably the best noise cancelling headphones, Dixons at Dublin Airport have them at the moment for €309. Cheapest I could find them normally was €379 in a b&m shop and a little cheaper on Amazon.


https://www.theloop.ie/p/18468/bose-quiet-comfort-35

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robertowjr Registered User
#2

Thanks for that, keeping an eye on them for a while now

barney shamrock Registered User
#3

Any QC25 bargains around? Not really concerned about bluetooth.

Time Registered User
#4

Available for £242 (roughly €290) from Martin Dawes in the UK See HUKD page here

Creamy Goodness Registered User
#5

Great deal,

I was gutted that the QC35's came out one month after I bought the QC25's. Heading to JFK in a week's time so if these are available in black then I'll be buying them.

Active noise cancelling is pretty much a must for flying. Nothing like flicking a switch to completely silence that baby crying throughout your flight

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yannakis Registered User
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Time said:
Available for £242 (roughly €290) from Martin Dawes in the UK See HUKD page here


They seem to be out of stock on their website www.martindawes.com/search?query=qc35

Creamy Goodness said:
Heading to JFK in a week's time so if these are available in black then I'll be buying them.


Would you get them tax free when your destination is outside the EU? How much is the tax actually?

Creamy Goodness Registered User
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YanisK said:
Would you get them tax free when your destination is outside the EU? How much is the tax actually?


Generally Dixons have a single price regardless of your destination, it's only on the traditional duty free (alcohol, tobacco, cosmetics) that you have different prices depending on your destination.

errlloyd Registered User
#8

This may help nobody....

But a mate of mine bought us QC25s in a Bose Outlet store in Toronto. They were factory renewed, and honestly I never would have known the difference.

We paid about 190 Canadian for them. At the time they were retailing at 330 euro here. So if you are travelling and you're okay with factory new, go for it.

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Skyfarm Registered User
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errlloyd said:
This may help nobody....

But a mate of mine bought us QC25s in a Bose Outlet store in Toronto. They were factory renewed, and honestly I never would have known the difference.

We paid about 190 Canadian for them. At the time they were retailing at 330 euro here. So if you are travelling and you're okay with factory new, go for it.


by any chance you have a link or remember where etc ?

errlloyd Registered User
#10

Skyfarm said:
by any chance you have a link or remember where etc ?


I'll get on to him and ask for you, I've a feeling it was an out of town retail park sort of gig.

darragh o meara Registered User
#11

Creamy
YanisK said:
Would you get them tax free when your destination is outside the EU? How much is the tax actually?


Generally Dixons have a


Possibly in the airport on your way back. However, I was really surprised with the savings in dixons, usually I find them quiet expensive, I wasn't even going to look there but had a spare bit of time and the curiosity got the better of me

I've been watching them for a while now and they rarely come down from £289 Sterling that they sell for in the Bose stores.

Factory refurbished sounds good too, perhaps there's an Irish store as they do or did have a factory in this country.

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Creamy Goodness Registered User
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darragh o meara said:
Possibly in the airport on your way back. However, I was really surprised with the savings in dixons, usually I find them quiet expensive, I wasn't even going to look there but had a spare bit of time and the curiosity got the better of me


If I was to buy them I'd get them on the way over. I'd wouldn't take the QC25's as I'd be carrying weight and the noise cancelling head phones on the plane aren't great and you can't listen to your own devices.

Dixons is where I bought the QC's 25 and they were a bargain too at the time 🙂.

CWF Registered User
#13

Dixons is fantastic. Picked up Bose Soundlink 2 for E209. They're E319 in their store in Blanch.

sweetie Registered User
#14

1 pair on amazon warehouse, like new condition, £212 approx.

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#15

Was in the BOSE store on Regent St in London yesterday and they were selling the QC25's for £129, reduced from £229!!!!

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