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Jabra Elite Active 65t, Copper Red - £77.91 Delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Jabra Elite Active 65t, Copper Red - £77.91 Delivered @ Amazon Germany

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Jabra Elite Active 65t, Copper Red - £77.91 Delivered @ Amazon Germany
Posted 19th Aug 2020Edited by:"merb0786"

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Nice price for the Jabra Elite Active 65t Wireless Headphones in Copper Red.

Cost is £77.91 delivered via Amazon Germany or approx £74 using a fee free card.

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Jabra's Elite 65t Active earphones offer the liberating freedom of true wireless listening, and the resilience demanded of a high-power workout. Enjoy high quality Jabra sound and crystal clear phone calls. They're durable, comfortable and secure, and will keep you in music throughout the day with an included charging carry case. They also feature an integrated motion sensor.

  • Long battery life and true wireless stability: With up to 15 hours of battery time with the pocket-friendly charging case, the Elite Active 65t earphones let you take calls and play music while staying connected
  • Ear gels for a perfect fit: Choose the right size to ensure great sound quality and increase comfort in every circumstance
  • Built for active lifestyles: Sweat resistant and IP56 weather-resistant rating against dust and water
  • Dedicated voice command, sound and call control through touch: Instantly connect your choice of virtual assistant, have one-touch calls or use the HearThrough feature to filter in the sounds that surround you
  • Scope of delivery: Jabra Elite Active 65t earbuds, charging case, 3 sets of silicon eargels, USB charging cable - Colour: Copper red
  • Product comes with a 2-year warranty

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Have to voice my opinion. Mine may have been faulty but they were awful, far too quite on my android phone
I've got these in blue, very good price, heat added.
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That's a steal!
I've got these in blue, very good price, heat added.
Have to voice my opinion. Mine may have been faulty but they were awful, far too quite on my android phone
Very good. I've got these and the quality is great
I have these, they're amazing!
ItsFrazer19/08/2020 21:35

Have to voice my opinion. Mine may have been faulty but they were awful, …Have to voice my opinion. Mine may have been faulty but they were awful, far too quite on my android phone


Did you sync them with the app? The app allows you to control the volume.
Killuminati201219/08/2020 22:00

Did you sync them with the app? The app allows you to control the volume.


I did. Even the standard equaliser sounded different. Nice quality but not necessarily how it was intended to sound if you know what I mean. I have the cheap haylou gt1 and they blow them out of the water. Even functionally. I also have the Sony wh1000mk3 and to be honest the sound quality to the haylou is comparable. But the sound counselling is not. But one is £17 and one is £270
Killuminati201219/08/2020 22:00

Did you sync them with the app? The app allows you to control the volume.


Mine might have been faulty however as they were from an eBay seller that sold them by the boxes individually.
ItsFrazer19/08/2020 22:03

Mine might have been faulty however as they were from an eBay seller that …Mine might have been faulty however as they were from an eBay seller that sold them by the boxes individually.


Yes, they probably were faulty. Also, be careful when buying off unauthorized sellers such as those on eBay, there's a lot of counterfeit headphones out there.
ItsFrazer19/08/2020 22:02

I did. Even the standard equaliser sounded different. Nice quality but not …I did. Even the standard equaliser sounded different. Nice quality but not necessarily how it was intended to sound if you know what I mean. I have the cheap haylou gt1 and they blow them out of the water. Even functionally. I also have the Sony wh1000mk3 and to be honest the sound quality to the haylou is comparable. But the sound counselling is not. But one is £17 and one is £270


That's a huge difference in price. I have the Taotronics SoundLiberty 53, cost a fraction of the price of big brand headphones, yet 90% as good as them. I'll check out the Haylou, thanks.
Heat @merb0786
Amazing price! So tempted.

Anyone know it they have ANC for calls?
ItsFrazer19/08/2020 21:35

Have to voice my opinion. Mine may have been faulty but they were awful, …Have to voice my opinion. Mine may have been faulty but they were awful, far too quite on my android phone


I had this problem when I used them with my xiaomi.note 5 got angry and put them away for a very long time! One day I needed headphones pulled them out paired to my Xiaomi note 8 pro! And they are amazing!!!!!!! Not sure what caused this?
amadablam19/08/2020 23:17

Amazing price! So tempted.Anyone know it they have ANC for calls?


They don't have ANC, just passive by fitted buds.
amadablam19/08/2020 23:17

Amazing price! So tempted.Anyone know it they have ANC for calls?


They're passive, not active noise cancellation, however, they still block out a lot of noise.
Killuminati201220/08/2020 00:45

They're passive, not active noise cancellation, however, they still block …They're passive, not active noise cancellation, however, they still block out a lot of noise.



plewis0020/08/2020 00:39

They don't have ANC, just passive by fitted buds.



Thanks very much! Does the person on the other side of the call hear much much wind/noise?
amadablam20/08/2020 00:59

Thanks very much! Does the person on the other side of the call hear …Thanks very much! Does the person on the other side of the call hear much much wind/noise?


I’ve not had any real complaints just the usual ones about sounding a bit distant as the mic is far away and if it’s windy you’ll struggle a bit (same with anything though unless you’ve got a throat mic or similar). They’re plenty good enough for calls imo.
bicboideals20/08/2020 00:16

I had this problem when I used them with my xiaomi.note 5 got angry and …I had this problem when I used them with my xiaomi.note 5 got angry and put them away for a very long time! One day I needed headphones pulled them out paired to my Xiaomi note 8 pro! And they are amazing!!!!!!! Not sure what caused this?


Ahhhh I have a Xiaomi mi9t
Had these for about 6 months now. Great earbud headphones. Excellent battery life, clear rounded sound with decent bass and good sound isolation when you get a good fit. Good for running and exercise as they sit well in the ear. Very clear phone calls with no complaints when I’m talking on them either. Good charging case. Great price for these. I have Apple AirPod pro’s Too, but use these Jabra’s just as often, more so the gym due to their solid construction and cheaper cost in case they get damaged. Heat added and highly recommended
One of best buys inspired by this site. Fit nicely without buying special buds, never fallen out in nine, while running or in gym. Good battery life, too. Best £70 odd quid I’ve spent in ages.
ItsFrazer19/08/2020 22:02

I did. Even the standard equaliser sounded different. Nice quality but not …I did. Even the standard equaliser sounded different. Nice quality but not necessarily how it was intended to sound if you know what I mean. I have the cheap haylou gt1 and they blow them out of the water. Even functionally. I also have the Sony wh1000mk3 and to be honest the sound quality to the haylou is comparable. But the sound counselling is not. But one is £17 and one is £270


I'm with you on this. I've had Jabra and Sony Bluetooth headphones in the past, albeit not true wireless, paying £60+. They didn't last long. Since then I've had £15 Taotronics which are better in every way. They've lasted 3 years now and still going strong. Not convinced small in ear wireless headphones should ever cost this much.
You're welcome. Yes, unfortunately it does pick up a lot of ambient noise.
I have these in black and in my opinion they are the dogs dangly bits .
Help - I am an earphone/headphone junkie! I have the JBL reflect flows for excercising - are these an upgrade?
Don't know about these but elite sport are not reliable at all. In last 2 years I have gone through 3 of them.
Also the worst thing is you either use just right ear piece or both. Something that annoys me.
I got some black ones from Amazon for £62 a few weeks back
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Great bit of kit, have them myself at this price well worth it!
How big are they? Do they stick out far when wearing? Really bugs me the picture never show people wearing them front on
mentalx10322/08/2020 21:45

I got some black ones from Amazon for £62 a few weeks back[Image]


Wish this was posted when it was available. I would’ve bought some
supermansimon23/08/2020 07:12

How big are they? Do they stick out far when wearing? Really bugs me the …How big are they? Do they stick out far when wearing? Really bugs me the picture never show people wearing them front on


youtu.be/CuK…9Ok
Fantastic for this price. I have these, can vouch for them. I use my Sony WMF 100 usually but their obviously much more expensive.

People saying that Taotronics are close to these are incorrect. I have them too, they're fine for what they are but not a patch on these.
bigup23/08/2020 09:09

https://youtu.be/CuK-O_BS9Ok


Excellent video. A bit worried about him saying he couldn't wear them for more than an hour at a time though. Anyone else have views on comfort?

I was thinking of using them when I cycle around parks (not on the road) so the active listening feature where it mixed outside noise sounds really good?

Anyone have views on either of the two points above? Thanks
I have these and if you unsure on the colour don't over think it. These are superb! Worth this price everyday of the week.
These are excellent
Bought these a few weeks ago for 90 which I was happy with there awesome, great bass and very comfortable, I run in these and they don't move
£75.64 using starling to pay in euro's
Would these be OK to sleep with?
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bigmo723/08/2020 10:30

Excellent video. A bit worried about him saying he couldn't wear them for …Excellent video. A bit worried about him saying he couldn't wear them for more than an hour at a time though. Anyone else have views on comfort?I was thinking of using them when I cycle around parks (not on the road) so the active listening feature where it mixed outside noise sounds really good? Anyone have views on either of the two points above? Thanks


I wear mine for a couple of hours at a time sometimes, and have never suffered any pain or discomfort. Actually one of the most comfortable sets of buds I’ve ever owned, but obviously everyone has different shaped ears.
Active listening feature is really useful obviously as long as you don’t have the volume so loud anyway that it still drowns out background noise. Having something play in the background you can defo hear noises around you no problem. These are great buds and solidly built too.
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