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Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds and Charging Case with Alexa Built-In £104.99 Amazon Prime Excl
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Jabra Elite 65t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds and Charging Case with Alexa Built-In £104.99 Amazon Prime Excl

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Posted 15th Jul

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Great pair of wireless earphones at the cheapest price they've been

  • Secure fitting earbuds with three different size ear gels included for custom comfort
  • Customisable music using the Jabra Sound+ app equaliser
  • Third generation true wireless; remember to update your firmware in the Jabra Sound+ app to experience the high sound quality
  • AutoPause your sound when removing one earbud and AutoPower off to save your battery
  • 5 hours of battery on a single charge and 15 hours with charging case
  • One touch access to Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant
  • Find my Jabra earbuds functionality via the Sound+ app
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Cracking deal. I've had them for about 8 months and can honestly say they're fantastic.
olsen870415/07/2019 07:50

Cracking deal. I've had them for about 8 months and can honestly say …Cracking deal. I've had them for about 8 months and can honestly say they're fantastic.


How bad is the lag when watching videos?
70.5 for like new version
I've used them quite a lot to watch films etc on my laptop and haven't noticed the lag at all.
olsen870415/07/2019 07:50

Cracking deal. I've had them for about 8 months and can honestly say …Cracking deal. I've had them for about 8 months and can honestly say they're fantastic.



Same here. Brilliant headphones. The sound is immense.
I would go for the Elite active version for £14 more. It has a motion sensor.
For anyone who is interested check out the creative outlier air @£70. They outperform the jabra in every way.
Yome15/07/2019 12:35

I would go for the Elite active version for £14 more. It has a motion …I would go for the Elite active version for £14 more. It has a motion sensor.



These must have a motion sensor - I notice they pause whatever I'm listening to if I take them out of my ear?
That's not a deal, I paid 60 for them this morning, like new from warehouse deals.
adam_rockon15/07/2019 12:36

For anyone who is interested check out the creative outlier air @£70. They …For anyone who is interested check out the creative outlier air @£70. They outperform the jabra in every way.


I have them and it is good sound, but rubbish for calls, the other person can rarely hear me. How are these for calls, if you walking outside or train which is a bit noisier?
hmsq8215/07/2019 13:14

I have them and it is good sound, but rubbish for calls, the other person …I have them and it is good sound, but rubbish for calls, the other person can rarely hear me. How are these for calls, if you walking outside or train which is a bit noisier?


Yea, I'll clarify my statement. Call quality could be better, most of the time its fine but it can be hit and miss. The buttons are stiff to press also causing unwanted pressing of the earbud into your ear messing up the seal. I was praising the the sound quality, battery life, connectivity and other features. Jabra are meant to be great for life admin tasks. Also check out the liberty air on amazon currently £50 for prime day which are on par if not better with airpods. Nothing else on the market worth looking at in terms of reliability for true wireless. Thesoundguys and reddit have a lot of reviews and all of these.

Edit--enacfire new version also with a look at £40 on amazon
Edited by: "adam_rockon" 15th Jul
Having had b&o 2.0, senhinsers momentum, samsung buds and airpods I can tell you this...

Airpods are the best for phone calls and functionality (especially when used with iPhone) but in the gym they are useless if there is loud music in the background.

Jabra 65t both active and normal version beat B&O 2.0 and Bose soundsport free and have by far best sound quality and overall experience.



Have sent all earphones back and left Jabras and airpods.
Very tempted by these for running - how do they handle sweat?
padamowicz9315/07/2019 13:07

That's not a deal, I paid 60 for them this morning, like new from …That's not a deal, I paid 60 for them this morning, like new from warehouse deals.


Most people aren't too comfortable with used earphones but if you are then well done, seems like a good deal. This is however still a good deal for this product, sold as new...
What is the difference between this active and elite are the active better amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
It can be further reduced to £87 if you use the £80 top up promotion and the £10 audible promotion.
padamowicz9315/07/2019 13:41

Having had b&o 2.0, senhinsers momentum, samsung buds and airpods I can …Having had b&o 2.0, senhinsers momentum, samsung buds and airpods I can tell you this...Airpods are the best for phone calls and functionality (especially when used with iPhone) but in the gym they are useless if there is loud music in the background.Jabra 65t both active and normal version beat B&O 2.0 and Bose soundsport free and have by far best sound quality and overall experience.Have sent all earphones back and left Jabras and airpods.


Couldn’t agree more - I have exactly the same. I actually use my Jabra 65t active more than the AirPods now as they’re a better fit and superb when more active. Both have great sound quality imo and are also great for calls
adam_rockon15/07/2019 13:31

Yea, I'll clarify my statement. Call quality could be better, most of the …Yea, I'll clarify my statement. Call quality could be better, most of the time its fine but it can be hit and miss. The buttons are stiff to press also causing unwanted pressing of the earbud into your ear messing up the seal. I was praising the the sound quality, battery life, connectivity and other features. Jabra are meant to be great for life admin tasks. Also check out the liberty air on amazon currently £50 for prime day which are on par if not better with airpods. Nothing else on the market worth looking at in terms of reliability for true wireless. Thesoundguys and reddit have a lot of reviews and all of these.Edit--enacfire new version also with a look at £40 on amazon


Enacfire E18 are still a good buy
telf15/07/2019 21:59

Enacfire E18 are still a good buy


Are you agreeing with lol? Are they the old ones?
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