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Jabra Elite Active 65t True Wireless Earbuds (Manufacturer Refurbished) $44.99 shipped free at Target or Newegg

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Target [target.com] and Newegg [newegg.com] have Jabra Elite Active 65t True Wireless Earbuds (Manufacturer Refurbished) for $44.99 shipped free. Earbuds are sold and shipped by Jabra.

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Best 45 bucks you can spend on wireless earbuds. Will absolutely destroy any other knockoffs from Amazon in this price point.
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Still in stock at both retailers.
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Bought this at Target last time. So far I've been pretty happy with it. Think it's tough to find something of equal quality at this price. Though a lot of people have complained about the earphones stopped working (especially left one) after a short period. I find myself almost never using left ear piece so I'm good. Microphone is decent enough for calls too!
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I actually just bought these from Walmart yesterday for the same price... plus you can add a 2 year warranty for $4 or a 3 year warranty for $6. Not bad since they are refurbished with just 180 day manufacturer warranty. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Jabra-...ected=true

Really considered a pair of the active 75t refurb for $120, but couldn't justify it since these will just be for working out for me.
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I already have elite 65T since last year....will wait till 75T drop to this price..
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I actually just bought these from Walmart yesterday for the same price... plus you can add a 2 year warranty for $4 or a 3 year warranty for $6. Not bad since they are refurbished with just 180 day manufacturer warranty. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Jabra-...ected=true

Really considered a pair of the active 75t refurb for $120, but couldn't justify it since these will just be for working out for me.
They say 180 days on refurbished one, but actually you get 2 years once you register the product at Jabra site.
Was this $35 a couple of weeks ago?
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They say 180 days on refurbished one, but actually you get 2 years once you register the product at Jabra site.
Was this $35 a couple of weeks ago?
That is good to know. Thank you. Do you know if that is 2 years strictly for sweat/dust or all defects?

I do think the Walmart protection for $4/$6 also covers for things like drops, water exposure, etc. too if anyone is looking for that. I'm not sure what the manufacturer warranty will cover yet.
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How is this for Zoom calls?
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How is this for Zoom calls?
Trash.
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How is this for Zoom calls?
Been using it for the past 2 weeks for webex (via phone) or zoom/teams over voip. Worked fine, never had people complain about quality.

Also they've been pretty convenient for biking (right ear only) instead of using my ergofits
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Guess I'll bite and I save 5% with red card.
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Best 45 bucks you can spend on wireless earbuds. Will absolutely destroy any other knockoffs from Amazon in this price point.
100% Agree - I had been using the Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo for the past couple years at around $35 and enjoyed them. Then I got the 65t - while the sound quality is pretty similar the other features are what make it easily worth the $10 -

- The design is better aka they fit in the ear better and stay put more so. They also look better, most other ones stick out a bit.
- Comfort-wise, they're on par with most others,
- The mic is a bit better, its not the best mic out there but probably the best for sub $50. It does use physical buttons but they're light to press, so you're not jamming the earbuds into your ear
- Battery life is good at 5 hours of playback and 15 minutes of charging gives 1 hour of playtime
- There's an app that allows to you set an equalizer
- App also lets you "hear through" it works just OK, not fantastic but good for running
- You can also customize whether or not when you take one earbud out it pauses music/book/podcast or not, and then autoplays when it gets put back in.

I mainly use these for running. My biggest peeve is the case, it doesn't use magnets like the other ones, so to open it and close it, it uses a pressure-based latch which can be a pain in the butt to open sometimes.
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100% Agree - I had been using the Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo for the past couple years at around $35 and enjoyed them. Then I got the 65t - while the sound quality is pretty similar the other features are what make it easily worth the $10 -

- The design is better aka they fit in the ear better and stay put more so. They also look better, most other ones stick out a bit.
- Comfort-wise, they're on par with most others,
- The mic is a bit better, its not the best mic out there but probably the best for sub $50. It does use physical buttons but they're light to press, so you're not jamming the earbuds into your ear
- Battery life is good at 5 hours of playback and 15 minutes of charging gives 1 hour of playtime
- There's an app that allows to you set an equalizer
- App also lets you "hear through" it works just OK, not fantastic but good for running
- You can also customize whether or not when you take one earbud out it pauses music/book/podcast or not, and then autoplays when it gets put back in.

I mainly use these for running. My biggest peeve is the case, it doesn't use magnets like the other ones, so to open it and close it, it uses a pressure-based latch which can be a pain in the butt to open sometimes.
Tip on opening the case: squeeze it on the sides and it pops open WAY easier.
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