Got one of these bad boys a few weeks ago, in black. Bose 700 Smart Noise-Cancelling Headphones I recollect some other threads here advocating the competing Sony over-the-ear product, whichever one it was. And I'm sure that is a fine product also. In my case, the highest priority was not high fidelity audio, although I think they are serviceable in that regard. I wanted noise cancellation and call quality, and the product reviews all suggested that Bose was the better product for those use cases. Can't say if that's true, but I am very pleased with them. We have an open office and I can't decide which is the lesser evil, the space or the inconsiderate people occupying it. But I throw on these bad boys with noise cancellation at the highest level and some of the heaviest metal that can be mustered, and I'm 10x productive vs. without. They have ~19 hours of battery life so that's also better than using my AirPods, which have just a few hours before requiring a re-juice. Although honestly that was never the biggest problem because I have enough meetings or other things to break the day that I could always keep them charged. They're also very stylish and not so bulky so I look less like a ham radio operator in the office despite wearing them often. Also I got these at a rare discount, and on Amazon with my Prime card, so I chose to spread the cost out over 12 months interest-free, no strings attached. The one complaint I have is the Bose app is a bit frustrating. It doesn't seem to want to pair with the headphones. The upshot is I don't have a lot of need for it (it handles settings), I can just pair via the usual Bluetooth settings on whichever device, and that seems to work just fine. Overall--very happy.