The Bose QC35s are extremely comfortable to wear, and a large part of this is thanks to the excellent earpads that come installed out of the box. The leather material both looks and feels great, but as we all know, leather isn’t indestructible. Should you need to ever get replacement earpads, these are the ones we recommend buying!
Looks just like the original
Tranesca Replacement Ear Pads
Tranesca’s replacement earpads are made out of top quality protein leather combined with a high-density memory foam. In other words, your ears will continuously thank you for this purchase. You get a 3-month return window, 12-month exchange policy, and only need to spend around $14. Nice.
Directly from Bose
Bose Ear Cushion Kit
If you’d prefer to not go with a third party and would rather get the real deal, you can purchase replacement earpads directly from Bose. You’re going to pay a premium at nearly $35, but you’ll be able to rest assured knowing you’ve got the best of the best. Plus, the 1-year limited warranty doesn’t hurt either.
Cheap and easy to install
Aurivor Ear Pad Replacement
Another good option for buyers on a budget are the Aurivor replacement pads. Aurivor markets its memory foam as being not too hard and not too loose and has leather that’s imported from Japan. You get a 1-year replacement warranty and three styles to choose from.
The most affordable option
Geekria Replacement Ear Pads
Our last pick comes from Geekria and it’s a really great option. Not only will you find memory foam and protein leather, but you’ve also got your choice of five styles — black, dark gray, gray, and two other black and gray ones that also come with covers. Prices start at a little over $11 and there’s a 100% money back fit guarantee.
Keep your ears covered
Should your QC35s earpads ever fall apart or break down, you really can’t go wrong with any of the above replacement options. The official Bose earpads are the very best you can get, but if you don’t want to spend over $15, there are plenty of great options from Geekria, Aurivor, and Tranesca. What pair are you going to get?
September 19, 2018 at 06:05AM