True wireless Jabra Sports Headphones £129.99 Amazon
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True wireless Jabra Sports Headphones £129.99 Amazon

£129.99£229.99 43% Amazon Deals
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Found 21st Nov
Not to everyone’s taste/use but these are cheapest option for anything like this and £100 cheaper than green version of same.

Also worth mentioning these come with recharging carry case and more importantly measure your pulse when working out. Possible alt to separate HRM strap.

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Original Poster

I was on fence about these as BOSE Soundport Pulse get better reviews for sound quality but are not true wireless and extra £35 for charging case. HRM function seems to work fine or not atall so maybe down to individuals.

Meantime I just bought the cheaper non pulse version of BOSE for the same price as this just last week

Will buy these to compare as same price now and extras will be nice to have as long a the sound quality is on par.

A few warehouse ones available too

akscooby40 m ago

I was on fence about these as BOSE Soundport Pulse get better reviews for …I was on fence about these as BOSE Soundport Pulse get better reviews for sound quality but are not true wireless and extra £35 for charging case. HRM function seems to work fine or not atall so maybe down to individuals. Meantime I just bought the cheaper non pulse version of BOSE for the same price as this just last week :(Will buy these to compare as same price now and extras will be nice to have as long a the sound quality is on par.


i can talk how great the bose are with my journey, I got back into my fitness over the past 2 years and needed some wireless headphones and I spent a while looking for a good pair without braking too much of the budget. I had the Jabra ones and end up getting them RMA 3 times due to the stupid battery on them. I found out if you end up 'over charging them' it basically shorts the circuit out and becomes a dead weight, I had to be really careful when charging them and not accidentally leaving them charged over night or anything else otherwise they would become dead when next switched on....

I got the bose soundsport pulse next and its been awesome and still my current headphones while training. I even left it over charged and no problems *touch wood* and even though its pricey but it does everything solidly.

I had some Amazon wireless ones and they were loud but you can feel they weren't worth a lot. I dont know if I'm gonna be snobbish and possibly get these ones as a casual one but do they offer anything better than some good wired pair?

Don't need but want.
Not a bad price at dipping a toe in to these type of earphones!

I'm waiting for Pixel Buds

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DavidVonDavidson12 m ago

Don't need but want. Not a bad price at dipping a toe in to these type of …Don't need but want. Not a bad price at dipping a toe in to these type of earphones!

Try the Soundpeats Q29 if you want to dip a toe without spending huge sums of money they're excellent and only cost about £30 after the discount is applied.

What's the sound quality like on the Pixel Buds?

I've gone through a few bluetooth earphones in the past 6 weeks:

Beats X - lasted 3 uses then controller died and went back for warranty replacement (which I eBayed)

Apple AirPods - brilliant connection speed but sound quality is soul destroyingly bad, they sound like cheap pound shop efforts. You can sort of get used to them after a while, but best used for podcasts and anything non-musical. The form and charging case etc are fantastic though.

Sony XB50BS - cheap as chips but had by far the best sound out of the 3. Stopped charging after a week though so went back to Amazon. Tempted to pick up another set and try again though.


At the moment I'm in the market for something with good sound for indoor training on the bike. I spend a lot of time listening to music per week so it's worth it for me.
Edited by: "Vanderlust" 21st Nov

jayjay2662 m ago

Try the Soundpeats Q29 if you want to dip a toe without spending huge sums …Try the Soundpeats Q29 if you want to dip a toe without spending huge sums of money they're excellent and only cost about £30 after the discount is applied.

Jeez! Didn't know they were that cheap! Ta!

vasya44 m ago

I'm waiting for Pixel Buds[Image]


The wireless headphones....with a cord....(embarrassed)

vasya1 h, 9 m ago

I'm waiting for Pixel Buds[Image]


I canceled my order reviews have been awful...

I want to get a bluetooth HRM to use with the Gym equipment as just joined and my Garmin stuff isn't compatible. But will have an Iwatch on Xmas list so that HRM may be compatible - just dont know if it can pass out its data to other apps/equipment..

The gym promote MyZone as it connects to the equipment and their app. I have not idea if the HRM in the Iwatch will be able to do the same hence my interest in these as assume any HRM such as ones in earphones will work.

Bose (non pulse) are sitting here as decided the difference would pay for a Myzone IF I needed it, and if I dont the money saved.

But true wireless buds and charging case with option to use HRM for the same price is tempting!

Just Jabra does not generally have the best reviews for sound quality so will need to see...
Edited by: "AlanK" 21st Nov

Vanderlust1 h, 40 m ago

What's the sound quality like on the Pixel Buds?I've gone through a few …What's the sound quality like on the Pixel Buds?I've gone through a few bluetooth earphones in the past 6 weeks:Beats X - lasted 3 uses then controller died and went back for warranty replacement (which I eBayed)Apple AirPods - brilliant connection speed but sound quality is soul destroyingly bad, they sound like cheap pound shop efforts. You can sort of get used to them after a while, but best used for podcasts and anything non-musical. The form and charging case etc are fantastic though.Sony XB50BS - cheap as chips but had by far the best sound out of the 3. Stopped charging after a week though so went back to Amazon. Tempted to pick up another set and try again though.At the moment I'm in the market for something with good sound for indoor training on the bike. I spend a lot of time listening to music per week so it's worth it for me.


Maybe try RHA's MA750 wireless version. I have their wired MA750i and it's the best in ears I've ever heard.

iwilliams5455 m ago

I canceled my order reviews have been awful...



They are not out yet, so all the "reviews" are nonsense ...

vasya7 m ago

They are not out yet, so all the "reviews" are nonsense ...


Think you find that many big sites get pre-release samples... non of which seem to be very positive
Edited by: "AlanK" 21st Nov

jayjay2663 h, 55 m ago

Try the Soundpeats Q29 if you want to dip a toe without spending huge sums …Try the Soundpeats Q29 if you want to dip a toe without spending huge sums of money they're excellent and only cost about £30 after the discount is applied.


Hi. what discount needs to be applied to get them for ~£30? Tried amazon but they are ~£42 (at a discounted price apparently from £80). thanks!!

rishkin19 m ago

Hi. what discount needs to be applied to get them for ~£30? Tried amazon …Hi. what discount needs to be applied to get them for ~£30? Tried amazon but they are ~£42 (at a discounted price apparently from £80). thanks!!


Keep checking deals each day - I assume that what was meant as Im sure they were £34 other day

or Q16 for £34.99 - have much better battery life and found more reviews for them outside of Amazon which were positive - picked up a pair for wife whilst I have these lol
Edited by: "AlanK" 21st Nov

vasya4 h, 11 m ago

They are not out yet, so all the "reviews" are nonsense ...


Yes reviewers with videos of the earphones in hand are nonsense how clueless can you be...

Original Poster

Work very well and stay put. After finding the best fit (foam) they sound good too. Maybe not quite as good as Bose but need to compare more.

HRM works but not sure it’s worth while as the App keeps going back to load my contactless cards for some reason and the machines on gym don’t seem to want to connect.

rishkin21st Nov

Hi. what discount needs to be applied to get them for ~£30? Tried amazon …Hi. what discount needs to be applied to get them for ~£30? Tried amazon but they are ~£42 (at a discounted price apparently from £80). thanks!!

Hi looks like price has gone up by £5 since I bought them. But if u look at special offers it says buy 1 get 25% off. So should drop price to £34ish now.
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