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Jabra Elite Sport Earbuds $85

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Jabra Elite Sport Earbuds $85

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84.99
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47%
Bought these 3 years ago for $99 from the shopping channel. Still in great working condition now. I run outside with them 3-5 times a week, for 35 mins to 2.5 hours and they last for my entire run. I paired them to my Garmin watch for music. For $85, I bought a spare pair as a backup. I've even wear them in the shower since their IP67, so you can submerg them in water for 30 mins and they will survive. These are not great for watching video off your device however. The video lags behind the sound a half a second or so. Also keep in mind this is a pretty old model but very reliable for sports use.

They are available on Amazon and Walmart market place sold by Jabra US in new condition

https://www.amazon.ca/Jabra-Waterproof- ... 02&sr=8-15 https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/jabra-elit ... 0198141500

Here are some YouTube review videos
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Mar 9, 2011
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I own the Jabra elite sport, Jabra 65T active and now the Jabra 75t active. I still find the elite sport to be the best fitting for sports activity especially for running. They aren’t as light as the two but they feel more secure to me. Plus, they offer a whack load of health tracking features through the app.
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Put 65t in the title, this would be smokin' if it were the 75t.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Put 65t in the title, this would be smokin' if it were the 75t.
These aren’t the elite 65T...
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jetertmac wrote: These aren’t the elite 65T...
Fair. I'm clearly not reading deeply enough this Friday night.

Carry on.
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I have the 65T, they're pretty good and way better than those no name Dudios or whatever they are called. I bought 2 pairs of them

I also have these Halo Free, pretty good sound and way better mic.
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B01J63O2DM
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Put 65t in the title, this would be smokin' if it were the 75t.
75T are $99 right now at Walmart.ca
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Of the 3, which are best? I have 2 pairs of the Active 65T refurbs and like the fit, and sound. They don't do that activity tracking though, right?
Wondering if it's worth sending the ones I just received back and getting a set of these in their place?
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May 30, 2016
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I have the Jabra sport and a pair of Galaxy buds I got for free when I bought my phone. I prefer using my Galaxy buds overall and my sports are dedicated now to my Garmin watch. I don't like the sport for casual use because they are so heavy. I also find that they don't fit my ear well and can get slightly loose. If you're buying them for sports use I think it's a great choice. If you're buying them for casual use I suggest you get something that's much lighter.
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I got these when there was a TSC sale from a RFD post. I’ve had it for probably more than three years and have to say they are not really worth it at near full price. If less than $99 it may be considerable. I got mine for ~$130 at BB when price matched from TSC.

Firstly I recall (unless it’s changed now) that jabra will not accept warranty from TSC purchases. You will need to buy from best buy as they are the authorized reseller.

Second, they do not have the ability to be used individually. Jabra does not offer that even with the latest model.

Third, if you decide to shower with it, you’re in for hell because the 3-4 pairs that I had, the right earbud became a whisper. It was frustrating, because the selling factor was that it was IP67, waterproof! The website said water proof. I believe now they changed it to water resistant. Anyways I digress, working out and jogging is probably the extent of the activities that the elite sport are water resistant.

I’m now waiting for an elite sport tear down to try and repair/salvage the damaged earbuds.
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Dec 13, 2019
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These are not the wireless earbuds I'm looking for... Face With Tears Of Joy

Too bad these are the much older Elite Sport buds, otherwise, a hot deal for Jabra earbuds for sure, but with new models out that have noticeable improvements over the previous models this isn't too hot. Maybe for $69 or $79 would be worth consideration.

Thanks for the post anyways. Wallet safe.
Why settle for full retail price when you can wait and get it at a lower price for better value (even better if there's a bundled freebies deal)? 😉
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Oct 20, 2017
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I have these strictly for working out and running. They're excellent after three years of using it 4-5 times a day. The charge lasts me 10-12 hours still. Only gripe would be the ear tips packaged in were too big, and I had to use other third party ear tips for comfort.

People shower with ear buds? Is that a thing?

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