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[Jabra.com] Jabra Elite 75t -20% off for $183.99 - Free 2 day shipping - 3% Rakuten

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Jan 20, 2014
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Jabra Elite 75t -20% off for $183.99 - Free 2 day shipping - 3% Rakuten

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Price:
$183.99
Savings:
20% off
Retailer:
Jabra.com
$229.99 less $46 off with 20% off coupon (CPERKS20)
$183.99 + HST = $207.91 - 3% Rakuten plus free 2 day expedited shipping over $50

It's a pre-order but will probably remain the best airpod alternatives. If you're looking to purchase solid deal.
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Nov 18, 2009
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How are these compared to the samsung galaxy buds? Does the same things?
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Sep 29, 2018
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Wong281 wrote: How are these compared to the samsung galaxy buds? Does the same things?
Galaxy Buds are better than the 65Ts at least, not sure how much the 75Ts have improved; haven't done too much research on them. Buds have better sound (if you have a Samsung device due to codec), rank highly on audophiles' lists (2nd only to the Sony TWS buds, https://crinacle.com/2019/07/14/best-so ... ones-2019/). Crinacle is a well known tester in the audiophile community. Buds are extremely comfortable as well and look sleek (imo at least, but that's personal preference). 65Ts also have a hissing issue on the left earbud at times, Jabra have probably fixed that with the new ones but who knows.
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Aug 24, 2010
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Really nice find! Debating if I want these or the new Jaybird Vista...
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Sep 8, 2013
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Takes me to best buy and says code not valid
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Nov 17, 2015
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You cant get the all black ones :(
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After watching jabra for a while I would say if you have time to wait for a better deal. They often come out with good discounts. They always drop prices on items. The newer the item the better the price often. Just 2 cents time + jabra = good price
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The difference between wanting and needing is how you justify it.
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Nov 20, 2010
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This got me really interested. In the market recently for a pair of truely wireless buds. I hate the apple airpods so I nvr even considered them. Been contemplating between Sennheiser True Momentum Wireless and Sony WF1000XM3 for working out. I kicked the Jabra 65t out of my shortlist because the sound isn't comparable and the looks of it didn't quite grab my attention. But if the 75t is almost as good as the other two in terms of sound, and with this price. Then I'm sold.... Hmmmmm... :/
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Aug 24, 2010
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RobertS797120 wrote: INVALID PROMO CODE - BEST BUY :rolleyes:
Austin0215 wrote: send me to bestbuy link
Looks like you have to change the site to the US equivalent in the top corner and it's $179.99 USD with $36 off after using CPERKS20.

Only ships US, free though, and scheduled to ship Nov. 4.

6% cashback from Rakuten.
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Apr 17, 2008
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I had to try reloading the page a few times, turn adblocker on / off and then I was given the option to pre-order the titanium black version through the Canadian website
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Not a terrible deal. I'd jump all over this but I had some Best Buy gift cards to use up. Also can't get the all black ones with this deal and you have to ship to the US.
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Sep 2, 2003
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GTA
I searched Jabra in Rakuten its shows 3% cash back, with the exchange rate $168 usd ($225 Cad) you might as well buy it in Canada, less headache, travel time to the border to pickup your package, fees. Save time and money order from Canada.
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May 22, 2007
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Calgary
baigmomin wrote: I had to try reloading the page a few times, turn adblocker on / off and then I was given the option to pre-order the titanium black version through the Canadian website
Tried multiple times. Cannot order this off Jabra.ca
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Oct 2, 2009
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dlllw wrote: Tried multiple times. Cannot order this off Jabra.ca
I'm in the same boat... Would have ordered if it worked
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Apr 27, 2017
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I'd recommend the lypertek tevi. Just read up reviews on the battery life and how well the sound is. All very positive and at a great price

Comparable to my Sony wf-1000xm3
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Jan 28, 2009
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jincrypt wrote: I had these and within the first month, the sound balance between the left and right earbuds started varying (left ones are always quieter). After 3 months my left earbuds stopped working.

It’s a common issue if you check online. Granted, it’s covered by warranty but I cannot recommend these earbuds to anyone.
the 75ts haven't been released yet; these are pre-orders?
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Jul 26, 2008
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Qwesty905 wrote: I'd recommend the lypertek tevi. Just read up reviews on the battery life and how well the sound is. All very positive and at a great price

Comparable to my Sony wf-1000xm3
I just got these yesterday! How do you compare the Tevi to WF-1000XM3 bass levels?
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Apr 27, 2017
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iceman86 wrote: I just got these yesterday! How do you compare the Tevi to WF-1000XM3 bass levels?
the bass levels are better on the sony's as they have their own equalizer settings that you can play around with. I find the lypertek's very balanced in sound and the instrument separation on music is very clear.

also i'm able to shower with them which is great. I used the foam earpieces and that isolated the sound much better.

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