The Google Store is generally the best place to find any Google-related products from Nexus smartphones to Android TV units to Android Wear smartwatches, even Chromebooks, Nest thermostats, and plenty of accessories for everything. Just earlier today Google started selling the highly-anticipated Pixel C tablet, and not too long after, it was discovered that last year’s Nexus smartphone, the Nexus 6, had finally left Google Store stock and is no longer available to purchase from Google themselves, following many months of discounted pricing on the device. What you don’t typically find in the Google Store are products which don’t tie to Google in some way directly.
Today alongside the launch of the Pixel C, although not in direct relation to it, Google has started selling a pair of Bose Quiet Comfort 25 headphones. They don’t work off of Bluetooth technology and instead are fitted with a removable audio cable, but they do boast high-quality noise cancelling performance so you can block out background noises and focus on the audio in your ears. Google is selling the headphones in two different colors including Black and White, and they’re available at $299. The Google Store lists these as in stock as of now and that they’ll leave the warehouse and ship within 1-2 business days, which means if you ordered some now you’d see them before the end of the work week.
Interestingly enough, these are not the only Bose headphones which Google has on sale in the store. In addition to these newly listed Quiet Comfort 25 models, Google is also selling the Bose SoundLink II wireless headphones at $279.95, the Bose SoundTrue Around-Ear headphones at $179.95, and a pair of Bose earbuds, specifically the SoundSport In-Ear headphones for $129.95. The Bose Quiet Comfort 25 are designed and meant for those looking for an audiophile experience, so if top quality sound doesn’t matter that much to you then these likely aren’t for you. If however you enjoy the performance from products that Bose puts out, Google is willing to ship them out to consumers rather quickly, with free shipping too. The headphones not only offer up excellent sound, but they should be extremely comfortable and they come with a nice little travel case to keep them stored up and protected. It’s also worth noting that these are only available to Google Store customers in the U.S. and Canada at this time, with no mention on whether or not Google will expand the reach to other regions.