The best Bose deals: headphones, soundbars, wireless speakers

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Bose has become synonymous with delivering form and function in premium headphones and music systems. They aren't always the cheapest options available, but you tend to be able to rely on quality both in design and performance. 

That certainly remains the case when it comes to wireless noise-cancelling headphones, where Bose reliably remains one of the class-leaders. The company now turns out decent soundbars, plus its own SoundTouch wireless speakers and multi-room systems, too.

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Bose headphone deals

Bose SoundSport

Bose SoundSport

  • Wired in-ear headphones
  • Variety of colours
  • Sweat and water-resistant

These are the simple wired versions of the Bose SoundSport earphones. They come in a range of colours and have an in-line mic and remote that's compatible with Apple devices. Aimed at sports use, hence the name, they're sweat and water-resistant. At this sort of price we wouldn't expect to be blown away by the sound but based on Bose's reputation they should do a decent job.

Bose SoundSport Wireless deal

Bose SoundSport Wireless

  • Wireless
  • NFC pairing
  • Six-hour battery life

These are exercise-friendly earbuds, with soft silicone rubber hooks making the fit secure enough for the gym or jogging, plus IPX4 certification meaning they can handle sweat and splashes better than normal earphones. Sound-wise, they're some of the best wireless headphones you’ll find at this money – and with a discount, they're even more tempting.

MORE: Bose SoundSport Wireless review

Bose SoundSport Free

  • Weighty, full-bodied sound
  • Deep, powerful bass
  • Even tonal balance

Essentially a true wireless version of Bose's superlative SoundSport in-ears, these buds are sweat- and water-proof, and, while we had some connection issues during our test, the sound is marvellous for a pair of sports headphones at this price.

MORE: Bose SoundSport Free review

Bose QuietControl 30

  • Insightful sound
  • Spacious
  • Impressive noise cancellation

These neckband wireless headphones hit all their targets: great sound quality, impressive noise-cancellation and good comfort (for those that like their design). It’s another five-star pair of chart-topping headphones from Bose.

MORE: Bose QuietControl 30 review

Bose QuietComfort 25

  • Astonishingly good noise cancellation
  • Clear, balanced sound
  • Comfortable to wear

Given our only real gripe with these on-ears when we reviewed them was their cost, the fact the QuietComfort 25s are now available for better than half price should highlight just how good a deal this is. Award winners in 2014, they remain a great pair of noise-cancelling headphones.

MORE: Bose QuietComfort 25 review

Bose QuietComfort 35 II deal

Bose QuietComfort 35 II

  • Noise-cancelling
  • Wireless sound
  • Google Assistant

Bose has been doing noise-cancelling longer than most and it shows. These wireless headphones marry a perfectly balanced, detailed sound with impressive noise-cancellation and a clever addition of Google Assistant. The QuietComfort II headphones have a dedicated button to activate Google Assistant, which lets you play music, ask questions and hear your smartphone’s notifications. Battery life is a claimed 20 hours with a wireless connection, or 40 hours of just noise-cancellation if you’re using the 3.5mm cable that comes in the box. These headphones deserve to become travelling companions for many a frequent flier.

MORE: Bose QuietComfort 35 II review

Bose wireless speaker deals

Bose SoundLink Micro deals

  • Compact, portable
  • Water-resistant (IPX7)
  • 6-hour battery life

This tiny speaker is no substitute for a proper wireless speaker but is a nice half-way house should you want something more substantial than your phone's speakers. It can take voice calls as well as play music, there's a decent battery life and it's water-resistant, too. As well as Bluetooth audio and NFC pairing, you can also use the Bose Connect app to control your tunes. 

Bose SoundLink II deals

  • Bluetooth audio and NFC pairing
  • Waterproof (IPX4)
  • 8-hour battery

Building on the Micro above, this wireless speaker is waterproof rather than water-resistant, has a longer battery life and promises a bigger, bolder sound thanks to a larger, heavier chassis. If you've got the cash, you won't regret investing in a more serious proposition. The choice is yours.

Bose SoundTouch 30 series III deal

Bose SoundTouch 30 series III

  • Multi-room speaker
  • Bluetooth
  • 3.5mm input

This is Bose's 3rd generation multi-room speaker and in truth it shows. In terms of design and sound quality its been surpassed by the likes of Sonos and Audio Pro. But there's still a solid spec, with multi-room support, wireless Bluetooth, a 3.5mm input and an Ethernet connection. The control app is so-so, with a few key functions missing compared to the competition, but for sonic detail, scale and power, it's impressive enough.

MORE: Bose SoundTouch 30 series III review

Bose SoundTouch 20 series III

  • Good detail and dynamics
  • Multi-room potential
  • Impressive scale

The smaller sibling of the SoundTouch 30 shown above, this wireless multi-room speaker from Bose shares much of the former's functionality and sonic character, but with a smaller footprint and currently a three-figure saving on its original price tag.

MORE: Bose SoundTouch 20 series III review

  • Great omnidirectional delivery
  • Big, solid, punchy sound
  • Good timing and dynamics

Another Bose product we thought a little pricey upon its release, you can now make a healthy saving on the SoundLink Revolve's original cost. Endearingly petite and portable, the Revolve spreads Bose's signature weighty sound through 360 degrees.

MORE: Bose SoundLink Revolve review

Bose SoundLink Revolve+

  • Bigger, heavier, louder
  • Carry handle
  • 16-hour battery

The Bose SoundLink Revolve Plus is the bigger sibling to the Revolve speaker above. It adds a carry handle, improves the battery life by 4 hours and crucially should offer a louder, room-filling sound. Unsurprisingly, you have to pay for that privilege. If you want a bigger speaker to fill a large room, go for this one, otherwise you might be fine with the smaller Revolve.

Bose soundbar deals

Bose Solo 5 deals

Bose Solo 5

  • Wireless Bluetooth soundbar
  • Optical, coaxial, 3.5mm inputs
  • Universal remote control

At just 55cm long and 7cm tall, the Bose Solo 5 has to be one of the most compact soundbars we’ve ever seen. This makes it perfect for those who need something low profile enough to slip under their main TV, or are looking to boost the sound of a smaller bedroom TV perhaps. The sound is certainly better than the average TV but the best soundbars can do more.

MORE: Bose Solo 5 review

Bose SoundTouch 300

  • Loud, expansive sound
  • Vast streaming features
  • Multi-room potential

The Bose SoundTouch 300 gets Top points for style and specification, thanks to generous network features and practical design. If you’ve already bought into the SoundTouch family and are dead set on expanding your multi-room set-up with a soundbar, this could be an option, though again for sound-per-pound value there are better options.