I've owned Bose noise cancelling headphones forever. Starting with the QC15, QC35 and most recently the NC 700s. They've all been comfortable, have great noise cancellation and fantastic battery life. They're my comfy, amazing sounding work happy place. I get the majority of my deep focus work done when wearing my Bose headphones. I have noticed more recently that Bose products don't seem to be improving noise cancellation at the same pace they used to - the competition has definitely caught up now. I also have a pair of Bose Sleepbuds 2. It's an innovate product and comfortably blocks out nighttime noise and last all night... We used to have a nightmare neighbour that would party until 8am every weekend 🥲
Bose need to invest more in firmware and software development. This is what's letting their products down right now. My Bose NC 700s have had firmware issues since new - if multiple devices are connected to them the audio intermittently stutters and breaks up. This is simply not okay for such a high end pair of headphones. Bose Sleepbuds 2 have so much potential, but again I think Bose needs to keep up development of the app and firmware for them to be truly great. The other annoying thing about Sleepbuds is that the case loses charge over a period of around a week when it's not in use, surely Bose can figure out a way to cut down on power usage when they're not being used?