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Jabra Elite 65t earbuds refurbished - $55 free shipping

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[Walmart] Jabra Elite 65t earbuds refurbished - $55 free shipping

Walmarts site didnt charge me shipping or tax on these. Refurbished by Jabra. Really good wireless earbuds with a really good mic for meetings.
Delivery estimated to arrive in a few days. They also have the Active version for another $10 which i think are more waterproof/shweatproof.

Edit: They seem to be sold out now. Active 65Ts are available for $65 still
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I’ll roll the dice on these. From what I’ve read on RFD Jabar refurbs are mostly good.
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YMMV

i ordered these a few weeks ago from Walmart for $45. it came in a sealed retail box unlike the active 65t refurbs ziploc bag
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What's the difference between the "active" and non "active" one? Thanks.
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I think It has a heart rate monitor
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The quality on these are bad though. Tons of forums outlining the poor sound quality and distance issues.
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There are also a lot of great reviews and for $55 all in im sure most people have reasonable expectations for them. Plus if they follow the same warrenty policy on Jabra's website for refurbished goods im pretty sure it said 180 days warranty for defects, dust and rain damage.
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got for $55 on amazon.ca. Comfort: 5*, Call quality: 5*, Battery life is good: 4* , Sound quality (music): 4*
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User131439 wrote: The quality on these are bad though. Tons of forums outlining the poor sound quality and distance issues.
I got the active ones from Amazon, and am pretty impressed with sound quality and connection. Comfort too. Best $50 I spent this year.

As an aside, anyone know if these can be returned to the vendor (3rd party through Walmart), if not satisfied? have a brother who wants to get a set but not sure if return would be as easy as an Amazon return.
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Eastcoastcelt wrote: There are also a lot of great reviews and for $55 all in im sure most people have reasonable expectations for them. Plus if they follow the same warrenty policy on Jabra's website for refurbished goods im pretty sure it said 180 days warranty for defects, dust and rain damage.
Not sure what would happen if it came to a claim but once you link them to the app, it automatically extends the warranty to 2 years. Although on the other thread people talked about the receipt saying refurbished, however, I feel that being that the serial number is registered through the app, it may be possible to file warranty claim through the app and all of the activation details etc would be automatically applied?
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User131439 wrote: The quality on these are bad though. Tons of forums outlining the poor sound quality and distance issues.
According to the forums the Sony ones are the best and leading buds and yet I doubt all their claims now after personally testing them.

It's very hard to find unbiased info nowadays when everyone wants to make $$$ first through partnerships and views and give honest reviews second or not at all.
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Eastcoastcelt wrote: There are also a lot of great reviews and for $55 all in im sure most people have reasonable expectations for them. Plus if they follow the same warrenty policy on Jabra's website for refurbished goods im pretty sure it said 180 days warranty for defects, dust and rain damage.
I've had mine for a couple of years (the Active model) and they're fantastic. Are they the best headphones imaginable? No, definitely not. Are they excellent? Yes, absolutely. Are they a crazy good buy for about $50-60? Hell yes. I just ordered another set to use for work calls so I don't have to switch from my phone to my work laptop.
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danascully wrote: Shows $64.99
Actually, the linked ones are OOS... the $65 ones are the ACTIVE ones, a step up from the OP ones, I believe.
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Got the 65t's in Copper Black last week from Amazon for $55 (OOS there since). No issues whatsoever and they work great - well worth it at this price imo.
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I've had the 65t for a couple of years and find them excellent. Battery lasts a long time and I find the distance I can be away from source to be pretty good. For the price it's good. However looks like walmart is OS now.
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