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I like these earbuds they have incredible range and great battery life. Downside the app is underwhelming & no battery meter. You are stuck with the right side being the main earbud and you only can take phone calls in your right ear. But main caution I give is something I found out the other day. They will not be able to sell you a replacement earbud if one gets damaged. Their CS advised me to buy another pair. They also said there is no ablity to sell replacement battery cases as well.
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Bought these on the KickStarter campaign. Would not buy again.

Fit is not great. They sound very good when I get them inserted correctly but it takes a lot of adjustment and they will pop out of my ears easily (not fall out but will lose the seal). Controls are finicky.

While a lot more expensive than this deal it seems the Jabra Elite 65t are better from reading reviews but I'm tired of spending money searching for the perfect BT headphones. I'll stick with a BT adapter for my wired headphones even though having the cord can be annoying at times.
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Bought these on the KickStarter campaign. Would not buy again.

Fit is not great. They sound very good when I get them inserted correctly but it takes a lot of adjustment and they will pop out of my ears easily (not fall out but will lose the seal). Controls are finicky.

While a lot more expensive than this deal it seems the Jabra Elite 65t are better from reading reviews but I'm tired of spending money searching for the perfect BT headphones. I'll stick with a BT adapter for my wired headphones even though having the cord can be annoying at times.
Interesting... I had tried the regular Liberties for a couple of weeks before returning them and I had great fit and zero issues... except for the fact that it was White which annoyed me. I'm thinking of picking these up... I think I may pull the trigger but now I'm seeing there is a refurb 1000XM2 on ebay for $199... I may get those instead.
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Bought these on the KickStarter campaign. Would not buy again.

Fit is not great. They sound very good when I get them inserted correctly but it takes a lot of adjustment and they will pop out of my ears easily (not fall out but will lose the seal). Controls are finicky.

While a lot more expensive than this deal it seems the Jabra Elite 65t are better from reading reviews but I'm tired of spending money searching for the perfect BT headphones. I'll stick with a BT adapter for my wired headphones even though having the cord can be annoying at times.
I just purchased the Jabra Elite 65t and can attest that they're very good. Fit is stellar and audio is good though I'm not an audiophile. Unfortunately it's significantly more expensive than OP's deal though...
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Interesting... I had tried the regular Liberties for a couple of weeks before returning them and I had great fit and zero issues... except for the fact that it was White which annoyed me. I'm thinking of picking these up... I think I may pull the trigger but now I'm seeing there is a refurb 1000XM2 on ebay for $199... I may get those instead.
Everyone has differently shaped ears. I have the Liberty+ and for reference I'm 6'2" 240 pounds and usually I just use the largest sized tips that come with various earphones I've bought and they work great.

I tried all the different tips with these and they only sound great when I absolutely jam them in my ear canals for a good seal.
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"The promotional code you entered is not valid."
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Interesting... I tried using the code but it says it's not valid. Dead already?
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Code doesn't work for me.
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is there a different code as this one is not working ? I wanted to try these "The promotional code you entered is not valid."
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Do Comply tips fit with these? If so what size? I've never had luck with stock silicone ones but Comply tips make everything better.
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Bought these on the KickStarter campaign. Would not buy again.

Fit is not great. They sound very good when I get them inserted correctly but it takes a lot of adjustment and they will pop out of my ears easily (not fall out but will lose the seal). Controls are finicky.

While a lot more expensive than this deal it seems the Jabra Elite 65t are better from reading reviews but I'm tired of spending money searching for the perfect BT headphones. I'll stick with a BT adapter for my wired headphones even though having the cord can be annoying at times.
How much were they in kickstarter?
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Just pay a little more and get the Apple airpods.
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Jabra refurb ftw
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Do Comply tips fit with these? If so what size? I've never had luck with stock silicone ones but Comply tips make everything better.
I also got these by backing them on kickstarter. I'm currently rocking them with the stock silicone earbuds, but recently (yesterday) read a review that said the comply truly wireless tips work amazing with these. I ordered a pair from amazon, but won't be able to try them until tomorrow.

I'll let you know how they fit/feel once I get them

Edit: Also complyfoam's compatibility chart says these should fit: https://www.complyfoam.com/conten...0CHART.pdf
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