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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] has Jaybird Run True Wireless In-Ear Headphones (Jet) for $109.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Amazon [amazon.com] also has Jaybird Run True Wireless In-Ear Headphones (Jet) for $109.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sjjones
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How do these compare to the Jabra Elite 65t, the Sennheiser Momentum, and the Powerbeats Pro in sound and quality? Any personal experiences?
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How do these compare to the Jabra Elite 65t, the Sennheiser Momentum, and the Powerbeats Pro in sound and quality? Any personal experiences?
By many reviews the sennheiser or B&O e8's ((I have) have the best sound quality, I did try these for a couple of weeks and returned them found them big in my ears and sound quality wasn't there compared with others, but they also cost 3 times the price so they should sound better .......

Hey but everyone's ears are different and what I think sounds good is subjunctive, that's why it's great they are returnable!!!!!
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are these any good?
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If you prefer amazon and can't use the 20% off same price there $109.99

My area free One Day shipping with prime

https://www.amazon.com/Jaybird-Wi...way&sr=8-3
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Compared to Samsung buds/jabra elite 65t? Jabra is a bit too big for me and get uncomfortable pretty fast. The sound quality also isn't that much better than the galaxy buds imo, even after messing with the EQ/presets but hey could just be my ears. The clear difference is in how loud they get to me.
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Amazon reviews are mixed. Too many mixed reviews. This is a no-no for me.
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I've owned these for nearly a year. I think they're pretty great, but not at the MSRP price. The connection will occasionally break up and it's especially noticeable if you turn your head while they're in your ear. I use them while running and biking and turning my head to check for traffic usually results in then breaking up for a few seconds. Another issue I have is the case sucks and you have to be careful about putting them in because if you just plop them in there you might not hit the pins and when you go to use them again you'll find out it didn't charge.

The sound quality is "good" I'm not an audiophile so I really can't give a solid reference point, but I have no complaints. The fit is great and they come with a lot of wing tips and buds to find your perfect fit.
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I have weirdly big ear canals so this fit pretty nicely for me. I thought about getting Bose ones, but I'm glad I saved the money with these. Although I wish I had snagged this deal.
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How do these compare to the Jabra Elite 65t, the Sennheiser Momentum, and the Powerbeats Pro in sound and quality? Any personal experiences?

I lost my left 65t on an airplane. These Jabra's are super nice imo, wish I could find a cheap replacement for just the left. These Jaybirds seem larger and heavier, I have not actually put in on though
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No sense in spending $110 on a subpar pair of headphones when the better ones are $160-$180.
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I've had the Jaybird X2, and Jaybird Freedoms and both of them stopped working within a year. Their warranty sent me a replacement, so that worked out. However, the replacement now stopped working and I'm out of warranty. In total ended up using 4 pairs and each lasted 4-6 months.
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If you have an iPhone or Mac I highly suggest AirPod, the connection and software is just , wow.
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I've had the Jaybird X2, and Jaybird Freedoms and both of them stopped working within a year. Their warranty sent me a replacement, so that worked out. However, the replacement now stopped working and I'm out of warranty. In total ended up using 4 pairs and each lasted 4-6 months.
Me 2! Started with the x2 for 1 year.. they replaced with 3 diff freedomabout 3mnths ea.. they gave me x3 around 3yrs ago these have been great! Love the sound once proper size foam ear piece found.. the customer service I found was great! I think was due to logitech taking over jaybird..
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