JABRA Elite 65t Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - Titanium Black £125 @ Currys
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JABRA Elite 65t Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - Titanium Black £125 @ Currys

£125£129.994%Currys PC World Deals
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Found 14th May
jabra elite 65t wireless bluetooth headphones titanium black

Seems good deal cheapest I could see
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Same price in John Lewis, been thinking about these but still not sure.
voicon14/05/2019 17:16

Same price in John Lewis, been thinking about these but still not sure.


T3 said the were no 1 for running
Great pair of earphones you can't go wrong with the quality and sounds but not very comfortable if you wear them for longer (I mean like 2h) my ears just hurts. Was using LG Tone hbs900 before so comfy rubber there. Check Cex for Jabra. Paid £85 with 2 years warranty and they came brand new
Edited by: "quglarz" 14th May
terry429414/05/2019 17:18

T3 said the were no 1 for running


Isn’t it the active version that’s best for sport?sweat resistance etc?
I remember buying a jabra product many years ago and they were terrible quality. Seems like they have came a long way since then.
I have the active version. Been absolutely amazing for me. I love the hearthrough feature (fantastic for running). I've worn these for hours on end without any discomfort. I use them on average 3 hours per day.
Only small critique is that the case should be easier to open and the buds should be easier to set back into the case.
Use these everyday at the gym. Brilliant sounding headphones just make sure you download the app!
terry429414/05/2019 17:18

T3 said the were no 1 for running


Thanks but I dont run anymore, wish I could

They are highly rated I know, still trying to decide whether I'd actually use them, although that doesnt usually stop me
Get the new oneplus buds
For sheer practicality, these are the best earphones I’ve ever owned. The game changer for me is the mic quality and quick charging. Jabra coming from traditional business Bluetooth means this is their wheelhouse.

I use these for work daily and they’re my go-to for being out n about. The fact you can wear a single bud & the discretion they offer is amazing. Compared to AirPods you’re basically an earphone ninja.

That being said, you want to be looking out for the active version. Been waiting for them to drop to this price but they’re not quite there yet.
voicon14/05/2019 17:16

Same price in John Lewis, been thinking about these but still not sure.


I got them for work(milkman) and they are amazing, i usually have a problem with earphones falling out, but these have never even slipped. Also my favourite thing is the hearthrough, going from noise isolation to being able to hear everything around you by double tapping, which is handy as im walking around at 3am by myself, can get paranoid. Basically if you’re on the fence about buying, i have no regrets
i just purchased the soundpeats t42 on amazon and tbh i think the sound quality is better than when i tried these , however the bass is softer and the volume isn’t quite as high, but for 35 quid it’s a bargain
lutin14/05/2019 17:31

I have the active version. Been absolutely amazing for me. I love the …I have the active version. Been absolutely amazing for me. I love the hearthrough feature (fantastic for running). I've worn these for hours on end without any discomfort. I use them on average 3 hours per day. Only small critique is that the case should be easier to open and the buds should be easier to set back into the case.


Out of interest how do these stay in. Just ordered some cheapo anker soundtraks as dont want to spend a lot for expensive one's I lose, break or fall out whilst running. Most seem to clip over the ears or an additional piece slides into the grooves outside but I can't see what keeps these in
They just push into your ear canals. They've never fallen out for me. I run with them all the time.
zchari514/05/2019 23:20

Out of interest how do these stay in. Just ordered some cheapo anker …Out of interest how do these stay in. Just ordered some cheapo anker soundtraks as dont want to spend a lot for expensive one's I lose, break or fall out whilst running. Most seem to clip over the ears or an additional piece slides into the grooves outside but I can't see what keeps these in


They just twist into your ear, they really surprised me how secure they stay, even keeping the seal for noise isolation while running about
They are great, but I struggled with the actual plastic ear buds, the medium and large never gave me a good fit, and could hear all going on around me at the gym (as in loud pumping music). They never budged out my ear, but just the seal of the bud inside my ear never felt or sounded great

After reading so,me posts on redditt, I ended up buying some of the elite sport foam buds from the jabra ebay store (£7.99 for a pack of 3), and they are great. The large fits superbly, and cant hear a thing, they also fit well into the charging box.
Any good for cycling? Potential to fall out?
Took me ages to decide which wireless earbuds to spend big on and eventually got these amazing sound just make sure if you are on a Samsung galaxy to re-enable 'Bluetooth absolute volume' in setting cause they messed up Bluetooth volume in latest update
I'd mainly be using mine for running and the gym - what's the difference between these and the Active version?
This one or these Bose?
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