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Get these $260 Bose QuietComfort alternatives for just $79

The Treblab Z2s offer nearly twice the battery life of Bose QuietComfort 35 IIs noise-cancelling headphones for a fraction of the price.
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September 27, 2018
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Bose QuietComfort 35 IIs are one of the category leaders for noise-cancelling headphones, and for good reason. However, while their recent update to support Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa makes them even more appealing, the $350 price tag can be hard to justify. For a fraction of the price, the Treblab Z2 noise-cancelling wireless headphones offer much of the same noise-cancelling functionality, and nearly twice the battery life. They normally retail for $260, but you can grab a pair for just $79 today.

The Z2s come with Treblab's latest Sound2.0™ technology, neodymium-backed 40mm speakers and T-Quiet™ active noise-cancellation to provide high definition audio while drowning out unwanted background noise. They're designed to fit comfortably and securely so you can wear them all day, and offer a 38' wireless range. Best of all, they offer up to 35 hours of battery life compared to the Bose QuietComfort 35 II's 20 hours, so you can listen to your music distraction free for multiple days on a single charge. Plus, they include a limited lifetime manufacturer warranty.

If you're in the market for a solid pair of wireless noise-cancelling headphones but don't want to break the bank on a new pair of Bose, grab the Treblab Z2s today for just $79, nearly 70 percent off their retail value.

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