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The Bose sleepbuds are incredibly comfortable earbuds that mask ambient noise in an attempt to help you sleep better. That’s at least what Bose designed them for. For this review, I have slept wearing the sleepbuds, but I also set out to discover additional use cases for them. I was particularly interested in finding out if the Bose sleepbuds could replace or augment my noise-canceling headphones for traveling.
Mentioned Brands & Products
|Bose QuietComfort 35|
|Bose QuietControl 30|
|Plantronics Voyager UC 8200|
When Bose announced the sleepbuds, I got super excited. Not because, I needed help sleeping, but because I immediately thought about using them while traveling, as a much more comfortable alternative to the Bose Quiet Comfort 35 Noise-Canceling headphones I have been using. But before we take a deep-dive into this particular use-case, let’s find out how good the sleepbuds performed for what Bose designed them for.