Before the era of wireless headphones, many Bose users would have the good’ol wired noise cancelling headphones. If you one them who contemplate on upgrading to a wireless variety, you may want to check out this sleek (and dare we say neat) accessory called AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter from Bolle & Raven. Available for Bose QuietComfort 25 (QC25) as well as Bose QuietComfort 15 (QC15), AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter is designed to fit seamlessly to the contours of these two Bose audio cans (all hail to removable cable!).

AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter Bose Headphones

The accessory leverages on the audio jack on these headphones to turn them into wireless Bose headphones – complete with the noise canceling feature that prompted you to buy either headphone in the first place. Each AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter costs just $54.95 while a pair of new Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless noise cancelling headphones costs $349.99. If anyone’s doing the math, that’s over 80 percent in saving and that’s not to mention, you’d be doing the environment a great deal of favor by not ditching the old electronics for a new one. Well, if that’s not classified as a brilliant gadget accessory, I really don’t know what is.

AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter Bose Headphones

Two models are available, one for the QC 15 and the other for QC25. The latter is available in black and white to suit the colorway of the cans you own. Key features include Apple and Android compatibility, easy access to controls, an internal battery that provides up to 15 hours of use, and built-in microphone for taking/making calls.

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If you are down for it, you can find AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter for Bose Headphones QuietComfort 15 Headphones and AirMod Wireless Bluetooth Adapter for Bose Headphones QuietComfort 25 Headphones on Amazon, going for the aforementioned $54.95 a pop. Go check them out and do your wallet and the environment a huge favor.

Images: Bolle & Raven.

Source: BGR.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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