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Save $100 on Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones and block out any distractions

Bose QuietComfort 35 II
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With some amazing Black Friday gaming deals kicking off early, including some on the best gaming headsets right now, we've also noticed it's a superb time to invest in a new set of regular headphones too. 

And if you're after a pair that will distract you from all of the noise of everyday life, then look no further.  You can currently get a fantastic deal on a pair that we included in our pick of the best headphones available.  With a saving of a hearty $100, you can snap up a pair of the Bose QuietComfort 35 II noise-cancelling headphones complete with Alexa voice control support and Bluetooth connectivity. 

If you've got a busy schedule and you need to focus, these headphones are an excellent option. With three levels of noise-cancellation, you can adjust your headphones to make the most of your listening experience in whatever environment you find yourself in. Whether you need to block out the noise of noisy neighbors or you just want to listen to your favorite tracks as you work, the headphones have fantastic sound quality. Lightweight and designed with comfort in mind, you also wear them for lengthy amounts of time. 

With full Bluetooth pairing support, you can easily connect them to your phone, PC or laptop, and they also come with Alexa-enabled voice controls, so you can access your favourite tracks easily. Available in three different colours, including Black, Silver, and Triple Midnight, you can snap up the pair that suits you best and still make the same saving.  They won't work wirelessly on consoles, but you can always use the 3.5mm jack on the controller to connect instead.

If you're on the lookout for a headset, controllers or any other accessories to go with your next-generation console, be sure to out our pick of the best Xbox Series X Black Friday deals and best PS5 Black Friday deals.

Heather Wald

After trying to get into the industry for a number of years, I eventually landed my dream job as a full-time staff writer at GamesRadar+. You'll see all sorts of articles from me here including news, reviews, previews, and features.