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Expensive for a refurbished item
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I wouldn't want to go refurbished on such a personal item. From Bose's description, it doesn't look like the ear pads and other surfaces that come in contact with the user's skin or hair are replaced during the refurbishment process. Here's the description from Bose's website - 'Factory Renewed products are a great way to enjoy Bose performance at an outstanding value. A Factory Renewed product is one that's been returned to Bose, for any reason. It's then thoroughly inspected, tested and serviced to meet strict Bose sound quality standards—same as a new product. Appearance is closely examined; products occasionally have minor, nearly imperceptible blemishes. All Factory Renewed products have the same warranty as new products. And are available only from Bose.'
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May be a stupid question but what's the difference between headphones for Apple and Android devices?
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in for 2. I've been waiting for this price point for my upcoming long fights. I'm hoping the noise cancellation will let me sleep well
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May be a stupid question but what's the difference between headphones for Apple and Android devices?
Think it has to do with receiving calls. If you have an Android you want an Android based one. If you bought the Apple version it wouldn't be compatible for taking calls on your Android.
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weren't GC35 new ones on sale for same price?
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weren't GC35 new ones on sale for same price?
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Expensive for a refurbished item
But still 50% cheaper than new. It's normally $299 and rarely goes on sale for less than $250. I have a pair and can't fly without them anymore. The noise cancelling make long airplane trips much more tolerable and no other headphones have remotely come close to what this can do for noise cancelling even though the sound quality is not as good as other $300 headphones though.
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This is too expensive considering that the latest model GC35 (wireless) can be found for $300 or $310.
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in for 2. I've been waiting for this price point for my upcoming long fights. I'm hoping the noise cancellation will let me sleep well

Minor thought - if you lean against the sides of the seats, the over the ear headphones may not be the comfiest. And if you typically sit by the window, leaning against it will send the vibrations through the headphones, making them unbearable.


I would suggest considering the in-ear versions of these if you travel a bit.
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But still 50% cheaper than new. It's normally $299 and rarely goes on sale for less than $250. I have a pair and can't fly without them anymore. The noise cancelling make long airplane trips much more tolerable and no other headphones have remotely come close to what this can do for noise cancelling even though the sound quality is not as good as other $300 headphones though.
50% of $299 is $149.5
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May be a stupid question but what's the difference between headphones for Apple and Android devices?
I bought the Bose in-ear sport headphones a couple of years ago for Apple devices when I had an iPhone. Then I switched to an Android device but kept using the same headphones and the difference on mine was the in-line control. The volume buttons didn't work anymore but the play/pause/answer call button still worked.
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I bought the Bose in-ear sport headphones a couple of years ago for Apple devices when I had an iPhone. Then I switched to an Android device but kept using the same headphones and the difference on mine was the in-line control. The volume buttons didn't work anymore but the play/pause/answer call button still worked.

Since these have a detachable cable, I wonder if you can simply switch those out to make it work between Android/Apple
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