Nov 7, 2017
Jul 19, 2017
Wow, another unexpected question ! 😮
I wonder if you'll have an official answer, but please, don't do that. It's clearly not expected to use headphone in this scenario. Not only you can damage your headphone, but you use a Sauna to sweat. The feeling in your ear will be awful.
But let's say there no useless question, so I let admins answer you.
Thanks for reaching out and that's a good question. I agree with @Pilou42, we would not recommend using your QC35s in a sauna, the temperature in the sauna would exceed the temperature range for the headphones.
I hope you enjoy your day and come back anytime,
Jan 7, 2018
What is max temperature for Soundsport wireless? Nothing in specs.
I bought on 1/6 to use in 180° F DRY sauna. Powered down after 6 minutes.
In 72° worked again after 2 min cooldown.
Dec 15, 2016
That's a great question. The SoundSport wireless headphones have a maximum operating temperature of 113 degrees Fahrenheit. If you go here, you can see another post that covers this same subject.
Hope that helped
Thanks for asking. The operating range for the QC 35 II is not currently a documented specification that we have available to provide but the storage specs are -22 to 158 °F (-30 to 70 °C). I'm following up with engineering to get a more in-depth answer for you, I'll keep you posted.
Have a wonderful day!
Shiloh - Bose Support
Thanks for following up. This is what I have for you: the storage temperature range for the QC35 II according to the specifications we have are -22 to 158 °F (-30 to 70 °C). That being said, we don't recommend using the headphones regularly towards either of the extremes of this range on a regular basis to protect against potential damage.
Thank you for your patience, i hope this helps!