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Amazon has both the Elite 75t and Active Elite 75ts on sale. The Elites are $30 off MSRP and the Actives are $20 off MSRP. $149 for the Elite 75ts and $179 for the Elite Active 75ts. Best Buy also has it listed for the same price, so it's a matter of preference for where you'd like to buy.

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Last Edited by GTOGreg June 21, 2020 at 07:30 AM
If you are me and dont mind buying refurbished from the Manufacturer then you can buy these (Elite 75t) for $100 sold directly by Jabra ebay store.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Jabra-El...%3D2334524

I have had bought atleast 5 pairs of 65t Active for me and family and friends and all of the refurbs were actually brand new expect missing the box packaging and just came in a zip lock bag with a refurbised label.
They also smelled like brand new plastic so I am guessing they were just offloading extra inventory marking it as refurbised. Those were the best deal at $50 since I would say in terms of call quality, music quality they are even better than the airpods pro and they are equally comfortble and I found no reason to spend $250 when i can get better for $50 expect for the ANC and wireless charging.

These 75T are even better, smaller ligher and more comfortable, 4 mics for audio calls even great for noisy envoronment etc. For $99 bucks you are not going to look back!

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These (both) have mainly great reviews and these prices are great but I have a Galaxy S20 and am thinking that the Galaxy Buds + make more sense with their integration + amazing battery life. But Im not sure....

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These or the AirPods Pro for $220 to go with my iPhone 11?
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These (both) have mainly great reviews and these prices are great but I have a Galaxy S20 and am thinking that the Galaxy Buds + make more sense with their integration + amazing battery life. But Im not sure....
I had the original galaxy buds and just switched to the Active 75t. The Jabras sound great and have a 7.5hr life with 28 total including the case. I'd def. recommend these.
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I had the original galaxy buds and just switched to the Active 75t. The Jabras sound great and have a 7.5hr life with 28 total including the case. I'd def. recommend these.
I haven't had the Buds+, but had the Galaxy Buds a year or so ago to pair with my Note 9. What I loved about the Buds was that they were really small and lightweight. However, I had issues with bluetooth connectivity...and I don't think that their sweatproof rating was as good as the Jabras.

I have the 75ts now (trialing out both the standard 75ts and the Active 75ts).

I think...in terms of sound quality and mic quality, the 75ts win. The case is smaller as well and more portable. The Buds do have wireless charging...but that isn't a dealbreaker for me.

I think if you Google "Buds+ vs. Jabra 75ts" and/or look it up on YouTube, you'll see that it's a close race...but often, the 75ts come out on top.
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Jabra main site also has it for the same price if anyone interested but titanium is back ordered
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I wanted these for the longest time but it's a shame they went back on the promise to update these to support independent mode (use each bud individually). Will have to look for something else now...
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These or the AirPods Pro for $220 to go with my iPhone 11?
I have had these for a couple months after a long deliberation process between them and the AirPods Pro and honestly wish I got the AirPods. Even though I think they have better sound quality, these seem to have a hard time when connected to multiple devices, which is a feature that I thought would be a plus over the AirPods. There are also some wonky connectivity hiccups, like sometimes when I'm working out the left bud will cut out if I position my body a certain way near my phone. Currently looking to take advantage of the AirPods back to school deal.
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I have had these for a couple months after a long deliberation process between them and the AirPods Pro and honestly wish I got the AirPods. Even though I think they have better sound quality, these seem to have a hard time when connected to multiple devices, which is a feature that I thought would be a plus over the AirPods. There are also some wonky connectivity hiccups, like sometimes when I'm working out the left bud will cut out if I position my body a certain way near my phone. Currently looking to take advantage of the AirPods back to school deal.
What is the Airpods back to school deal?
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These or the AirPods Pro for $220 to go with my iPhone 11?
Buy the manufacturer refurbished from ebay for $99 and call it day. For phone calls amd music quality these are better than airpods pro any day. Just that these does not have any ANC but these provide good isolation and hear throgh which is good for your safely while running outside!
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Jabra-El...%3D2334524
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Buy the manufacturer refurbished from ebay for $99 and call it day. For phone calls amd music quality these are better than airpods pro any day. Just that these does not have any ANC but these provide good isolation and hear throgh which is good for your safely while running outside!
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Jabra-El...%3D2334524
Since this model is brand new, I really doubt Jabra is " ...just offloading extra inventory marking it as refurbised (sic)" like they may have been doing with the 65t and 65t Actives in the recent past. IMO, those eBay Jabra-refurbished 75ts will be items that have been returned due to various issues.

I care zero about call quality, I'll only use whatever I buy for music, and I'm still conflicted about buying refurbished items at all. Savings, yes, hopefully issue-free after being 'refurbished' (whatever that may mean), but it's still concerning that Jabra has so many of these brand-new models available as 'refurbished' already (1,961 of them when I checked just now)...
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Since this model is brand new, I really doubt Jabra is " ...just offloading extra inventory marking it as refurbised (sic)" like they may have been doing with the 65t and 65t Actives in the recent past. IMO, those eBay Jabra-refurbished 75ts will be items that have been returned due to various issues.

I care zero about call quality, I'll only use whatever I buy for music, and I'm still conflicted about buying refurbished items at all. Savings, yes, hopefully issue-free after being 'refurbished' (whatever that may mean), but it's still concerning that Jabra has so many of these brand-new models available as 'refurbished' already...
First when I was referring to offloading inventory I was referring to the 65Ts not this one. Common sense right? And if you don't care about call quality then there are many good options for $20-30 bucks there is no need to spend that much! The call quality is the one that most manufacturers can't seem to get it. Even samsung buds are pretty bad only the airpods and jabras are best. Why not buy something like an anker, skullcandy, jlabs, boltunes etc for your music need. Those will be 1/3 rd of the price of this.


Regarding being refurbished, buying something from the manufacturer directly should be fine vs 3rd party sellers which basically are used items but labelled as refurbished.

The one I liked is Refurbished and Sold by Jabra directly and comes with warranty and is significantly cheaper!!
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My apologies, I was confused when you replied "Buy the manufacturer refurbished from ebay for $99 and call it (a) day." and then seemed to justify that with your experiences buying the refurbed 65t Actives as stated in your wiki post.

I've seen posts here where people have received dirty/ear-waxy/defective 65t/Active 65t refurbs from Jabra's eBay store and have had to deal with the warranty replacement process, so it's probably the luck of the draw with those, but for Jabra to have almost 2000 pairs of 75t "refurbs" available already is concerning to me in general. Are there that many returns already and for what reason(s), or are they selling new items in open boxes in addition to the returns, or...

Anyway, the original question I had was whether to buy the new 75ts for $149 or go for the Airpods Pro for $229. I already have a number of inexpensive 'wired' bluetooth earbuds and a pair of inexpensive truly wireless ones and was thinking about trying these name-brand items to see if the increase in music sound quality might be worth it. I knew the Jabra-refurbed eBay items were available for less money but was not even considering those due to all the questions I have regarding those refurbs.

Thanks for your input, though!
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I got the refurbished 75 t from Jabra eBay store. Brand new tips. Everything literally comes in a plastic bag. As far as connectivity issues go, always put left bud in first.
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