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JBL Everest Elite 750NC Wireless Over-Ear Adaptive Noise Cancelling Headphones EXPIRED

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JBL Official Store via Walmart has JBL Everest Elite 750NC Wireless Over-Ear Adaptive Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones on sale for $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks dealdip
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Wanted to share this great deal I found on Walmart.com, sold by JBL, for a NEW (not refurbished as far as I can tell) JBL EVEREST ELITE 750NC Wireless Over-Ear Adaptive Noise Cancelling Headphones for $79.99. The lowest I've seen this for the not refurbished one.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/JBL-EV.../325139405
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Mixed reviews everywhere. Sure cannot complain for this price. Anyone using it for an year? How are these
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You mean you can't pair the Bluetooth? Does this charge via usb-C?
Nope, micro charging cable. I wish they were.
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Yes, they're much more expensive everywhere else, but they also have bad reviews mostly quality control (one side failing after 1 month or something).
I have had my pair for around 3-4 months. I am a light user but mine haven't failed and if they do they come with 1 year warranty anyways.
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I wouldn't buy JBL again. Had a JBL Bluetooth earphones set and the battery died in a month after just one hour per day in the gym. These days considering the brand is much more important than just the electronics quality, because battery life for wireless devices dictates the entire product's lifetime.

So what if it's "almost a Bose", if it's battery is 30% the lifetime of a Bose or Apple. See, what high quality brands guarantee is that the batteries they use come from the upper end (>2 sigma) of the bell curve, and the rest goes to these mid tier companies.
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Nope, micro charging cable. I wish they were.
I figured also...I have non-elite model and honestly like it alot...just wondering if it's worth upgrading for NC
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I figured also...I have non-elite model and honestly like it alot...just wondering if it's worth upgrading for NC
Its definitely worth it. Like i said it ain't Bose but will sure help in flights and noisy environment so much that you can actually nap rather than hearing plane engine. I like them as they're three times less than Bose
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Jbl has trash CS. Warranty will be impossible.
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Jbl has trash CS. Warranty will be impossible.
I've only had to use them twice over the course of about a decade, but both times I've never had an issue with CS.
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I have the JBL elite 700s. They were great (sound quality, battery connectivity) for the price (similar to these), no major issues except that they were prone to break at the center band portion. My first pair broke, but I've had the second for about 2 years with light use. No other issues.

Not sure if the 750s are built a bit better
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Please be aware of Walmart policy for 3rd party purchases. Even if you return these to the store, you will have a return shipping fee applied to your return price. You can call customer service and try to argue the full refund back, but...just a heads up.
It clearly says under Return Policy that JBL offers free returns.
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I have the JBL elite 700s. They were great (sound quality, battery connectivity) for the price (similar to these), no major issues except that they were prone to break at the center band portion. My first pair broke, but I've had the second for about 2 years with light use. No other issues.

Not sure if the 750s are built a bit better
I've got both. The 750s are way better quality and sound. The 750s are also lighter and more comfortable than the 700s. Highly recommend the 750s for this price.
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I have had these headphones for just about a year (got them last year as a Christmas present) and have given me no problems or signs of deteriorating. I mostly wear them on flights and when I need to focus and get some work done. They are fairly comfortable and effective at blocking out noise. I would def recommend them at this price ($80 + whatever CB you can find).

That being said, just a few things to note:
- It charged by micro-USB (cord included) but it's hard to use while charging due to some line noise, so I would charge them when you're not using them OR use wired when you don't wanna worry about battery life.
- The headphones have a 2.5mm jack, so the cord included is a 2.5mm to 3.5mm audio cord, which isn't a problem until you lose the cord like I did. I believe JBL sells replacements for $11-13 dollars and you can find them for slightly cheaper on Amazon.

Overall, I really like them and would recommend them especially if you're looking for something that's premium feel/performance, but on a budget.
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Please be aware of Walmart policy for 3rd party purchases. Even if you return these to the store, you will have a return shipping fee applied to your return price. You can call customer service and try to argue the full refund back, but...just a heads up.
Not the case according to the Walmart website. Just click Return Policy next to this item.
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Anyone own these and can provide their experience!?
I have them as I used to work for JBL's parent company Harman so I got them for a great price. They are "decent" but like others have said... They are not Bose or Sony's. I don't find them to be particularly comfortable for long periods of time but for this price they are worth it.
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How do they compare to the Everest JBL 310A? I ordered them on cyber Monday from Walmart for $55.
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