Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 with Alexa and Google Assistant

Model: 794297-0100 UPC: 017817796163 Item: 2941


Color: Black - In Stock

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Bose Headphones 700 Overview

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 deliver everything you expect — and things you never imagined possible. Think of them as smart headphones that let you keep your head up to the world with easy access to voice assistants. Or confidently take a call with the most powerful microphone system for voice pickup. And then there’s Bose AR*, a first-of-its-kind audio augmented reality platform that makes astonishing new audio experiences possible.

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Hear and be heard like never before.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 deliver everything you expect — and things you never imagined possible. Bose has redefined what headphones can do, so you can get the most out of your smartphone while it stays in your pocket. Keep your head up to the world with easy access to voice assistants — perfect for music, navigation, weather, and more. Plus, you can confidently take a call or speak to your voice assistant anywhere. The headphones feature an unrivaled four-microphone system that picks up and isolates your voice while cancelling the noise around you. It adapts to your surroundings so you’ll hear, and be heard better than ever — even in noisy environments. They’re optimized for the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, so you can choose the right service for you. And Bose has even improved on what it’s most known for. Instead of one level of noise cancelling, these have 11 — so you can truly master your environment. As you increase the noise cancellation, you incrementally minimize the distractions you hear in loud places. Or, decrease noise cancelling to the point where you hear the world as if you weren’t wearing headphones at all. And for quick interruptions, use Conversation Mode. That will pause the music and utilize the microphone system to let surrounding noise in with the press of the button — perfect to quickly place a coffee order or speak to a coworker.

Bose AR

And these headphones are enabled with Bose AR. It’s a first-of-its-kind audio augmented reality platform that makes astonishing new audio experiences possible by helping you stay connected to your digital world and stay engaged in the physical world at the same time. Combining the power of wearable audio products, mobile devices, and integrated apps, Bose AR unlocks the potential to experience fundamentally new ways to travel, exercise, learn, play, and more by augmenting your world with content for your ears instead of your eyes. Bose AR features and availability may vary. Bose AR-enabled products have motion sensors embedded inside that can detect your head orientation and body movement while you wear them. Bose AR-enhanced apps can then use this information along with location data from your mobile device to offer you audio content tailored to where you are and what you’re doing.

And your music? Oh yeah, they go that right, too.

Don’t forget about your music. You’ll get an immersive listening experience at any volume with signature active EQ. Whether you’re listening at low volumes or really want to turn it up, your music sounds like it should. It features a sophisticated design with a streamlined stainless-steel headband, and a lightweight, comfortable fit for all-day listening. And the intuitive controls keep everything simple — manage volume, calls, and music just by touching the ear cup. The Bose Music app gives you even more control and ensures your Bose smart products work together for a better listening experience. The headphones feature up to 20 hours of wireless battery life and time-based battery power information.


  • Easy access to voice control assistants
  • Unrivaled adaptive 4-microphone system
  • 11 levels of noise cancelling
  • Bose AR enabled
  • Active EQ for immersive sound at any volume
  • The Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built in
  • Innovative, streamlined design
  • Intuitive controls to keep you connected
  • Personalize with custom controls
  • App controls Bose smart speakers and soundbars
  • Future software updates
  • Up to 20 hours of battery life
  • Comfortable for all-day listening
  • Convenient, protective hard case





  • Headphones:8" x 6.5" W x 2" D (0.56 lbs)
  • Carrying case:8.6" x 7" W x 2.4" D (6.25 oz)
  • Audio cable:42 in
  • USB cable:20 in

Additional details

  • Bluetooth range: Up to 33 ft (10 m)
  • Battery charging time: Up to 2.5 hours
  • Quick charge time: 15 min for 3.5 hours
  • Battery life: Up to 20 hours

What's in the Box

What's in the Box

  • Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
  • Audio cable
  • USB charging cable
  • Carrying case
  • Quick start guide


Customer Reviews for Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 with Alexa and Google Assistant

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Bought in for the sound and noise cancel
I feel like my original review was thorough, informative, and pointed out some areas for improvement. And I gave it 5 stars. Very , very , very put off that I couldn't submit it because you censor what I cover in my review... I wasted a lot of time! The last sentence below may not apply anymore.

Will buy more Bose products in the future
February 11, 2020
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Great, but app is garbage.
Great in every way imaginable but to put it frankly the app is total garbage, I would think that after spending $400 on a pair of headphones that it would be absolutely perfect. Disappointed in Bose but still semi-happy.
February 10, 2020
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Sounds great when working
I purchased these headphones a couple weeks ago. Should have read the reviews. They should great when working. I spend 5 to 10 mins to connect them to my Mac and Iphone for every use. I could never get them working in the car. Great idea - poor execution.
February 9, 2020
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Awful discolouration of the silver ones
I bought the silver ones 3 months ago and been only using them at the gym (indoors) and on the plane. So not too regularly, but they are becoming a horrible colour and look cheap. If only I knew this could happen I would’ve opted for either black ones or the rose gold ones. So utterly disappointed for getting such poor quality for the price.
February 8, 2020
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Sound is ok but Bluetooth connection is terrible
I purchased in December while traveling in Missouri and the second time I turned them on they wouldn't activate. It took some research online to figure out how to reset them by plugging them into a wall outlet while holding the power button and that solved that issue temporarily. This still happens about 2-3 times per week and is super annoying when I'm out and not near a wall outlet. Dead weight until I do. Now come the fun problems, appx 5 times per week I experience the audio temporarily cutting out like there is an obstruction between them and my phone. I can literally just be holding my phone scrolling while this is happening so no actual obstruction. It is on par with audio buffering issues but I know that isn't the case.

Three times since I have owned them I have experienced a loud glitchy noise 'screaming' at me randomly interrupting the music I'm playing. This literally causes me pain and I have wait for the high pitch ringing in my ears to stop.

There have also been a few times that it just randomly pauses my music as well. I know it's far too easy to accidently activate the touch controls as I have turned the volume up too loud for comfort by just stretching and bumping the slider with my arm. This however is not the case with the random pauses that require me to double tap to play again. Those slider controls are also a bit of a pain as it sometimes takes multiple tries to get it to recognize I'm trying to skip a track.

Yes, I have repeatedly tried to unpair all Bluetooth devices, repair... App says headphones are up to date, I have deleted and reinstalled the app as one post suggests. I cleared the Bluetooth list. Paired again... Rebooted my phone, it is also up to date. On one plus 6t. Also does this on my Galaxy S7 and old iPhone 5s that I just use for music when I don't want to worry about hurting my everyday phone.

Anybody want to buy some gently used headphones I got you. I am over these things but stuck with them until I can sell them to afford a different pair... From a different company.
February 8, 2020
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Amazing – One Drawback
I’ve these headphone for just a couple days now, and I love them. Bose addressed their lagging behind in the aesthetics department – these headphones look great, and sound even better. The noise cancelling is superb. My only criticism is that as an iPhone user the voice assistant is terrible, when you hold the touch pad down for Siri, she doesn’t come up. It only works if you download the app for google assistant or Alexa. I would love to see an update that addresses this.
February 8, 2020
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I regret buying these due to the lack of equalizer
I recall Bose promising that they'd provide a software / firmware upgrade to enable EQ adjustments on this very expensive pair of headphones.

Almost a year later, and they haven't.

As someone with moderate hearing loss, particularly in the upper registers, it's incredibly frustrating that -- while headphones HALF the price of this set offer EQ options -- this headset lacks this very basic feature.

It's especially a shame because they are really good in so many other ways. Comfortable, USB-C compatible, and with both decent sound and good noise cancellation.

But I plan to sell the Bose pair and purchase the slightly-less-comfortable but EQ-adjustable Sony noise-cancellation headphones.
February 7, 2020
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Bought these headphones on Sunday 1st feb from John Lewis, with my money I have been saving from Christmas and my birthday. Was really excited when I bought. However it took all evening to get them connected to the Bose Music app as it would not find the Bose 700 headphones, eventually it did. When I finally got to try them, the headphones are so painfully after just 5 minutes of wear, it’s like a vice on my head. Painful on the top of my head where the headband sits and painful just below my ears that it makes my jaw ache. I tried to return them to John Lewis today 4th February, but they would not let me return them!!!!! Now I am stuck with a pair of £300+ headphones that I cannot wear as they cause me so much pain! I am so upset
February 4, 2020
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Headphones don’t stay on head while exercising...
Ears sweat while wearing....
Great sound....
February 3, 2020
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A noise cancelling headphone that is noisy.
It's quite ironic that bose developed supposedly prime headphones, which themselves generate noise due to their ill-designed earcup hinge and cheap hard plastic earcup material. This causes rattling when on the move. This is so unaccectable for prime headphones. What were the developers thinking when putting the pieces together - and did they ever walked with their product on their head?

Another ill-developed feature is the app. More often than not it won't connect. It also messes up other bluetooth connections and settings. I needed to reconnect my watch after I set up the headphones.

For a supposedly prime product there are just too many compromises one has to make to enjoy the sound and noise cancellation, which both are really good.
February 1, 2020
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Bose products is pretty good
Jiahao L on Feb 16, 2020
Bose products is pretty good
Jiahao L on Feb 16, 2020
Best ANC in the market with multiple connectivity option. That gives it an upper edge over SONY MX3
Arjun A on Sep 25, 2019
Best ANC in the market with multiple connectivity option. That gives it an upper edge over SONY MX3
Arjun A on Sep 25, 2019
What is the new dac in the 700s is it better?
A shopper on Aug 22, 2019
  The 700 is an overall a better sounding headphone than previous models. Bose does not publish what the DAC is specifically.