expired Bose Soundsport Free Wireless Headphones Black $191.96, Blue/Citron $191.36 Delivered @ Amazon AU

540

And Amazon have just pricematched the MS ebay store price.

Blue/Citron available for 60c cheaper.

Combine with Cashback sites for a cheaper alternative if you don't have Ebay gift cards for this deal

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  • +2 votes

    Blue/Citron available for the same price.

    Actually $0.60 cheaper haha

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    What's the cheapest it's been?

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    This, or AirPods?
    Note, I'm using an Android as of right now.

  • +1 vote

    This vs Jabra Elite 65T?

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      I would like to know too

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        I personally have the elite active 65t and love them. Comfy and the battery life is excellent. I also like the equaliser settings in the app

        Bose, I've read have better bass. Battery life isn't as good as 65t.

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          Where is a good place to buy the Elite Active 65T? Worth getting from US for a better price?

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            @mreddie: The cheapest I have seen it for is from this deal… I got mine from HN using the Amex $250/$50 back offer, which made it $200.

            The Elite 65t was for $179 for quite sometime and just expired

            If you don't intend to use it at the gym, the elite 65t should be just about enough. The active series has waterproofing, where the standard one is sweatproof

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      Jabra is the all round better choice

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      can confirm. Personally, Jabra Elite 65t is 9/10. Only issue is a relatively weak bass. However, in terms of design, built, music, call quality… it is really good

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      Bose sound better and are more comfortable, Jabra win on all other measures (external appearance / not sticking out of your ears, connection, battery, etc).

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    Very tempting..

  • +6 votes

    Amazon has been killing it lately … They must have a whole team of people monitoring other websites and constantly price matching/beating. Not to mention matching Coles/Woolies weekly specials. Aussie retailers must be shitting their pants!

    • -1 vote

      And JB Hi Fi guys are chilling for the thousands of sheeps who walk to the store everyday as everything sold online is geared to be fake. Even Costco pricing had increased over last 1 year dunno what they are thinking, reverse pricing strategy

    • +1 vote

      people monitoring

      Lol no. They’d would have scripts scrapping others sites.

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        I'm sure they do use scripts, but when it comes to things like eBay 20% off promotions pretty sure that would need to be a person as the discounted price isn't reflected in the headline price listed on eBay.

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          Discount prices generally are shown on listings. Under the price there’s a “pay only xxxx. See How” link on the listings with sale items. Click it and they show the coupon.

          That and the home page will have a massive banner that takes the person to a dedicated page that then has terms and conditions about the discount.

    • +3 votes

      They must have a whole team of people monitoring other websites and constantly price matching/beating

      Nah… all they do is watching OzBargain :)

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      very sophisticated AI and machine learning strategies are used

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    Bloody ugly - they really stick out of your ears!

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      Why is this a focus when exercising. Surely in this segment, it’s more of a matter of function over form.

    • +4 votes

      can it really be worse than airpods though? I scoff everytime I see someone with those electric toothbrush heads in their ears.
      Looks really silly.

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        'cos I think if you are going to spend $200 on ear phones, and they are made by (arguably) one of the finest audio companies on the planet, then you could argue that there should be some aesthetic happiness derived from your purchase.

        As opposed to 2 big knobs hanging out of your ears.

        And no way would these stay in your ears when exercising vigorously.

        I'd say this is a classic 'first gen' model from a large company. I would avoid, go with the Jabra who are on to their 3rd gen now, and await Bose's next attempt.

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    This or Samsung Icon X ?

  • +2 votes

    Anyone who runs care to give an opinion on the figment? Do they stay in snuggly?

    Thanks

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    Got excited for a minute when it was showing $174.51 for an overseas address.

    Reached the final payment page and it says Sorry, this item can't be delivered to your selected address. Learn more. You may either change the delivery address or delete the item from your order.

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