Bose QuietComfort 25 Triple Black This iPhone-only model reinforces the Bose QuietComfort's lauded audio talents with a triple black colorway for a sleeker, stealthier appearance.

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Granted, the Bose QuietComfort 25 Triple Black isn’t the most compact pair of headphones for listening to music on-the-go. If you can get over the size, though, these should make for ideal listening gear to plug into your Apple devices, bringing precise sound reproduction and a stylish design to your favorite music playlists.

Customized specifically for use with iPhones, iPods, and iPads, it combines the proven qualities of the QuietComfort model with an all-black colorway that’s going to look snappy, whether you’re at work in a business suit, flying with a travel jacket on, or waiting at café for a date who’s, apparently, decided to stand you up. That way, getting stood up doesn’t have to be so bad, since you can listen to your favorite playlists while waiting, instead of spending that time asking yourself why you’re all alone in the world (sigh). You can do that later tonight before going to bed.

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The Bose QuietComfort 25 Triple Black boasts significant noise reduction, tuning out the sound of the world, so you can focus on whatever you want to listen to. Bose claims the noise reduction is so good it can reduce an airplane’s engine noise to a whisper, making it ideal for use during travel. Joining the Bose ActiveEQ tech is a sound the company bills as “true to life,” with your music coming through bearing “precise guitars, roaring vocals, and crisp drums.” Sure, every headphone maker says that, but considering the long-heralded QuietComfort pedigree, we’re inclined to believe – no questions asked.

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Want one?  The Bose QuietComfort 25 Triple Black is available now, priced at $299.95.

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