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  Reply # 1951884 5-Feb-2018 11:13
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I feel robbed as I bought the Bose QC35 for NZ $500 sometime back,   but so tempted.  but .......


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  Reply # 1951946 5-Feb-2018 12:00
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Thank you! I have a large number of long haul flights coming up soon and I had been tossing up between the Bose QC35 and these. I was going to wait until I was at duty free, but at that price I wasn't going to miss out!


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  Reply # 1952317 6-Feb-2018 11:00
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Thank you. Excellent info purchased one. Much better buy than QC35. The stock in Noel Leeming was manufactured in Jan 18.

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  Reply # 1952319 6-Feb-2018 11:03
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I hate you all.

 

Picked mine up yesterday :P


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  Reply # 1952763 7-Feb-2018 08:33
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tripp:

 

I hate you all.

 

Picked mine up yesterday :P

 

 

 

 

Hahahaha, peer pressure at its finest.


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  Reply # 1952823 7-Feb-2018 10:34
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empacher48:

 

Thank you! I have a large number of long haul flights coming up soon and I had been tossing up between the Bose QC35 and these. I was going to wait until I was at duty free, but at that price I wasn't going to miss out!

 

 

 

 

Meh .. at this price, I bought the Sony's for my wife ... comparing to my own QC35's though, they're nice, but I actually prefer the Bose (slightly) for comfort ... lighter and cooler on the ear


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  Reply # 1985352 29-Mar-2018 11:34
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Heads up.

 

The 1000XM2 is once again $348 at Noel Leeming and PB Tech for the Easter sales.





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  Reply # 1988348 4-Apr-2018 19:25
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hairy1:

 

Heads up.

 

The 1000XM2 is once again $348 at Noel Leeming and PB Tech for the Easter sales.

 

 

 

 

Nooo how did I miss this! 


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  Reply # 1988463 4-Apr-2018 23:06
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hairy1:

 

Heads up.

 

The 1000XM2 is once again $348 at Noel Leeming and PB Tech for the Easter sales.

 

 

 

 

Thanks!! Got it for 298 as had a $50 Westfield gift card that was given to me last Christmas :D The Sony store also had it on sale...

 

 

 

 

 

I have to wait for a stock though no blacks :(


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  Reply # 1988470 5-Apr-2018 03:59
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hairy1:

Heads up.


The 1000XM2 is once again $348 at Noel Leeming and PB Tech for the Easter sales.



Great thanks - we’re out of the country so got our son to pick up a pair for us. He signed up for the NL newsletter and got them for $338. We’re in the US where you’d expect them to be cheapest but cheapest here is US$349 = c. NZ$520 so the NL deal is pretty damn good.

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  Reply # 1988481 5-Apr-2018 07:19
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Back to $599 yesterday - NL Featherston St


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  Reply # 1988508 5-Apr-2018 08:11
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I wouldn't be surprised to see them on sale again in the future. They have been down to those sale prices reasonably frequently. An alert in Pricespy would be handy if anyone is keeping an eye on getting some.





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