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Note: The USB-C charging cable and the AUX cable were underneath a flap which was inside the band of the headphones. Powerful noise cancelling headphones — 11 levels of active noise cancelling let you enjoy music, podcasts, videos & calls without distractions Astonishing sound: Crisp, clear details. Deep, full bass. These wireless headphones produce exciting, lifelike sound that’s full and balanced at every volume level.Bluetooth version: 5.0 (including all headphone profiles) Unrivaled voice pickup: A revolutionary microphone system adapts to noisy and windy environments so your voice always sounds crystal clear on calls Keep your head up and hands free: With easy access to voice assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant for music, navigation, weather, and more, and intuitive touch control on the earcups — you can stay connected without reaching for your phone. Premium design and comfort: With a lightweight stainless steel headband and earcups tilted for the perfect fit, you can comfortably wear these bluetooth headphones for hours Up to 20 hours of non-stop music: Get up to 20 hours of wireless battery life on a single charge. 1 touch to listen to Spotify: Instantly listen to your last Spotify session or discover new music by tapping and holding the right earcup. Currently only available when using iOS devices with your headphones.
Pair with Bose soundbar: Use Bose SimpleSync technology to pair these wireless Bluetooth headphones to the Bose smart soundbar 300, 500 or 700 for a personal listening experience. Alexa to Alexa calling: Use these wireless noise cancelling headphones to place a call to a Bose smart device or the Amazon Echo device with the Alexa mobile app Show more



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Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 — Over Ear, Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Built-In Microphone for Clear Calls & Alexa Voice Control, Soapstone

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Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

Instant home office.

Turn any space into the perfect place to listen to music, make phone calls, or get work done. Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 reinvent what true wireless headphones are — and redefine what they can be.

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An adaptive mic system for superior voice pickup.

Bose headphones 700 feature an unrivaled microphone system that picks up and isolates your voice while cancelling the noise around you. You’ll hear and be heard like never before. These headphones are also optimized for Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.

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Comfortable, angled earcups.

Made from synthetic protein leather, they’re soft, durable, and built for all-day listening.

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Controllable noise cancellation.

Preset levels of noise cancellation, plus Conversation Mode.

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Stainless-steel headband.

Streamlined and durable, with an ultra-soft foam underside for lightweight comfort.

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Virtual voice assistants.

Access Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant with the push of a button.

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Touch-sensitive headphones.

Manage tracks, volume, and phone calls with intuitive controls on the right earcup.

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Specification: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 — Over Ear, Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Built-In Microphone for Clear Calls & Alexa Voice Control, Soapstone

Product Dimensions

2 x 6.5 x 8 inches

Item Weight

8.8 ounces

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1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

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Best Sellers Rank

#201 in Over-Ear Headphones

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

October 30, 2019



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10 reviews for Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 — Over Ear, Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Built-In Microphone for Clear Calls & Alexa Voice Control, Soapstone

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  1. ZenMomColorado

    I purchased these Bose headphones for use on Teams meetings for work. I decided on these even though I saw negative feedback that they didn’t work well for Teams/Zoom calls – my reasoning was that I am a former software developer, and having worked in IT for 15 years I would be able to find some way to make them function, right?Well, not so much. The good news is, once you get these to work, They. Are. FANTASTIC. I mean that. They have an EQ app that allows you to set the level at which you hear your own voice, and you can adjust the level of noise cancellation on a scale from 1-10 – important for me, because the super-noise cancellation makes me dizzy and I need to dial it back.Now the bad – there is a Bose dongle which is sold separately. It’s not cheap, but it instantly resolves any and all issues with Teams/Zoom. (I do Teams meetings daily and Zoom about 1x per week). I did not try any of the off-brand dongles, as I didn’t really have time to mess with it. My main gripe about this is: this is a known issue for Bose, and it seems to me that after they released the dongle to resolve the issue, perhaps for $400 you could include the dongle with the freaking headphones. Still a little peeved about this, but they honestly work so well and sound so good I’m [almost] over it. almost. Slight annoying: long battery life but they cannot be used while charging; just remember to plug them in when the battery is getting low and they’re great.The Ugly: Amazon will not sell you the dongle unless you purchase through a “business account”. I understand that Amazon has built it’s business around marketing, etc. but this is just gross. C’mon Amazon – you already get constant business from me, I’ve been a prime member from the first year it was an option, I buy all my music from you, books, kindles, on and on. You DO NOT need my work email. I am a busy professional receiving hundreds of emails a day and I get enough spam and phishing emails to choke a horse. I am so sick of promotional emails and on my work email they are borderline infuriating. This was a cheap shot and I refused to go there. So not that it makes a dent, but I purchased from a competitor who was happy to send the receipt to my personal email no problems. Honestly, this irritated me more than Bose selling the dongle separately.But I digress, these are very high quality headphones that work seamlessly [with dongle]; one charge gets me through at least 3 days of heavy use and the EQ app is a great way to customize your sound preferences. Overall very happy with this purchase.

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  2. Halie

    I managed to grab these when they were 150.00 off during Prime Day otherwise I don’t think I could’ve justified the cost. My partner did all the research on popular headsets of 2021 and Bose has always been one of the best and these were most widely liked. I love them, the noise canceling is relaxing and when turned on you really can’t hear a whole lot. The setup was seamless (yes you need to download the free app but it took max 10 mins). The sound quality is really good and I like the comfort on my ears (my ears are sensitive to pressure and certain headphones to where I can’t even use some types of headphones) and these are nice and soft on my head and ears. Also the battery life is impeccable. It’s like 15 hours which holds up. And they don’t take long to charge up at all for that amount of life. Plus they’re sleek and stylish. Anyway would I buy them at full price? Hard pass, but if you can get a 100+ off definitely go for it if you need new headphones.

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  3. Shih-Shin Chou

    I have had a pair of QC25 for a long time. I do a lot of air travel so the QC25 was a life saver on the long and frequent plane rides.Bought the 700 as an upgrade and the improvement was immediately noticeable. Took the 700 on the last trip this year end of February. I had wanted to get something wireless as the QC25’s wires sometimes got in the way. I like to put my headphone on as soon as I get on the plane. The wires on the QC25 sometimes got in the way when I have to let people through to their seats. The wireless feature of the 700 was a very nice improvement. Nothing to get tangled, no need to worry about the wire getting pulled or snagged.The noise cancelling on the 700 is dramatically better than the QC25. You can feel the quietness take you over as it the unit turns on. The sound quality seems better too as the music and the movie were all better. I have not had the chance to try the 700 with the cord plugged into the airline’s monitor yet but I am sure that will be better than the QC25.

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  4. artihc

    I’m a huge fan of the BOSE QC35 and have owned a pair of those for quite a few years. I decided to upgrade to the NC700 mostly because of the Prime day deal and how pleased I have been with the QC35 for the past few years.I’m so happy that I decided to upgrade to the NC700 because as good as I thought he QC35 was for noise cancellation, this is even better! With ten noise cancellation modes you can cycle through until you find the level that suits you. I’m pretty sensitive to sound and sometimes need complete silence to focus and these do a fantastic job.The sound quality is also slightly better and you have the additional feature of customizing the sound using the equalizer on the Bose music app.This also has touch controls unlike physical buttons in the QC35. It’s a cool feature but I think there will no doubt be a learning curve. I sometimes hear the battery level when I’m trying to increase or decrease the volume. It’s not such a big problem unless I’m wearing them to sleep and accidentally touch the controls. I also find it difficult to wear when I’m lying down because of the design as my hair frequently gets caught in the frame. I don’t have this problem with my QC35.The design is actually very pretty and sleek but I find these are slightly heavier than the QC35. I’ve been wearing them a few weeks now and I’m getting used to it but the QC35 is definitely lighter.Battery life also seems better with my QC35. I find the battery goes down pretty quickly with extended use. It takes longer to charge as well.I paid $229 for these on Prime day so I’m pretty pleased with my purchase. I also really love that the noise cancellation is stronger than the QC35. The QC35 is currently listed as $249 and the NC700 for $329. Honestly, I don’t think it’s worth the extra money unless you need stronger levels of noise cancellation than the QC35. The sound quality is more or less the same and I find the QC better in battery life and comfort. So that’s important to consider.

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  5. Dom

    Just turn on your headphones, connect them like you would any other bluetooth device. I should note I was connecting it to my iPhone 10. They then prompt you to download the specific Bose app from the app store. I rejected the download to see if the headphones worked without the app, and they did. Sound quality and noise cancelling worked fine without downloading the app.I subsequently searched for the app on the app store, and the first one I downloaded worked. I then agreed to sign my life away to Bose, because everyone else owns it anyway. The only real perk of having the app is fine control of the noise cancelling—arguably unnecessary—and battery life monitoring. I chose not to set up the voice control with Alexa/Google because who wants to be that jerk yelling at their electronic devices in public. You know who you are. Stop it.I found the walk throughs on the app rather intuitive and the swiping mechanism is no more difficult than Mac swiping controls. My grandma would probably have difficulty with the touch commands, but anyone accustomed to touch computer interface should be fine.Sound is amazing. I’m not particularly complex when it comes to audio, but to my untrained ears these sound excellent. Did Bose try to pack to many bells and whistles into these? Maybe one or two, but you’re not force to use them, unlike one angry reviewer on here falsely declared. Don’t download the app and put these on over your tinfoil hat and no one will be able to track your important secret phone conversations.Looks great, sounds better.

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  6. Poppins

    My initial experience with these headphones made me want to send them back. I was getting headaches, neck aches, and back aches after wearing them for a couple of hours. I did some research and found out this isn’t uncommon for active noise canceling headphones. I spent a few days playing with the level of noise canceling and took the time to roll my neck and back occasionally to avoid stiffness. I’ve had them for about a week now and I’m starting to get used to them. No more headaches or neck pain. I’m going to try them for a bit longer to make sure I like them but overall I’m pleased that they live up to their reputation. The noise canceling is top notch and if you read the reviews online you’ll know these are not for audiophiles. I can sometimes tell how they manipulate the audio, but I’m just not discerning enough to care. More details to come.

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  7. cassieallet

    I’m slightly picky about headphones. I went from wireless Beats to the 1st gen Parrot Zik (which I LOVED), to these. I had the zik’s for over 6 years and they still work perfectly, but I wanted something I could take calls on, held a longer charge, and had a bit higher quality noise cancellation. I’ve had these for a month-ish now and I love them. I really like that they connect to two devices at once. Makes switching back and forth from my phone to my work laptop easy. The touch controls aren’t as good as on my parrot ziks, which I thought would bother me, but I actually don’t miss using them at all. Sound is great, noise cancellation is insanely good, calls are crisp and clear. Bass just is what it is for headphones. I’m not disappointed in it at all. They are super comfortable and the case is v protective. The battery lasts for hours. I use them a few hours a day mon-fri and can usually go about a week to a week and a half before I need to charge them. The whole needing an app for them isn’t that big of a deal for me, my parrots had an app too. They don’t make you give them any kind of info above and beyond what you would share with any other electronics that require registration, and they absolutely do not track your location, lol. Peeps be tripping. If you’re on the fence, I think they’re worth it.

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  8. Francesco Ponticelli

    I have had the Bose QuietComfort 25 and the 35ii and these are the best evolution: they are much more comfortable to wear over a longer period of time (the QC 25 and 35 it hurt the ear after some hours of wearing them) and the noise canceling is simply spectacular, better than the QC35ii. The usb c finally makes my life easier…it was one of the last micro usb device I had!

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  9. Joel Leenaars

    I have other great headphones, but I needed a pair with superior noise reduction technology for my screening room. Passive noise reduction just wouldn’t do. The Bose 700 proved best. I got a Sennheiser, in-line, left/right volume control to compensate for hearing reduction in my left ear. (I tossed the Sennheiser headphones that came with it.)It took me nearly 2 years and much effort to get it all figured out. (Yes, I did try … and returned, the Sony’s.)I have a Scandia travel vest with large pockets that I use to go through TSA. All my loose stuff, including headphones, goes in it when put it in the TSA tray. No fumbling.I bought an Underseat Carry-On Spinner from Amazon (fantastic), so I don’t have to lift stuff into a bin and fumble when deplaning. The best, most efficient plan ever!I use Apple BEATS Studio Pro for desktop work. I’m on my second pair. The hinge failed on my first pair after three years.

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  10. Marta

    Hello. If you are reading this, you are probably doing it because of the title. I have autism. If you also have autism, these headphones are definitely worth trying out. First of all, the problem with most (all others that I have tried) over-ear headphones—for a person on the spectrum, or someone with sensory issues—is that they tend to fit like a vice grip on my head. It’s an incredibly uncomfortable feeling and I inevitably end up hating all other over-ear headphones that I have tried before this pair. Why are these different? If you will notice, the over-ear piece of the equipment is not 100% attached to the over-the-head band; they are flexible. This is a key feature of the design that applies specifically to autism. These headphones are honestly THE MOST COMFORTABLE (i use all caps because I cried the first time I put them on, it was that amazing) headphones I have ever had the pleasure of wearing; they fit like a f***ing glove! I use caps and profanity because I’m emotional about how amazing these headphones are.Okay, that brings me to design feature number two: the noise canceling. Oh. My. Sweet. Jesus. I sobbed the first time I turned on the noise canceling. I was sitting in bed with my weighted blanket (guys, I’m going through some repressed memories so the stress is at an all-time high right now) and I put these one to drown out the sound of my (also autistic) son and whatever other noises were happening in our small apartment. It was like a freakin dove descended from heaven to relieve my senses of the constant oppression they experience on a daily basis, that I have learned to ignore after 33 years of dealing with it (I am 33 years old). But, as the book says, “the body keeps the score,” right? Oh my word. My body instantly relaxed like it was at a f***ing spa! In the middle of my tiny apartment. With my child screaming in the other room. Silence. Total silence. Inner peace. Transcendence. All of the above. It was amazing. If you are looking for noise canceling performance, these have it in spades (I make no comparison to other brands because I have not tried many over $300 headphones).Okay, lets move on. The third feature that is amazing: battery life. These puppies last and last and last. I wore them for two days straight with out needing to charge until the end of day two. I have never experienced that level of battery performance from any other headphones so color me impressed.In conclusion, these headphones are the most amazing thing I own. Not even kidding. No exaggeration. I’m in love. I carry so much less stress knowing that by simply putting these on I can escape the constant onslaught of sensory information I receive on a daily basis. Even if I’m not wearing them, just knowing that I have this option sometimes makes all the difference. If you have autism, or are sensitive to auditory stimulation, definitely give these babies a try. In my opinion, they are worth every penny. Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoyed my perspective.

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