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Jabra Elite Sport 4.5h True Wireless Earbuds - Noise Cancellation Bluetooth in-Ear $139.99 (Was $349.99) Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Jabra Elite Sport 4.5h True Wireless Earbuds Workout Training Noise Cancellation Bluetooth in-Ear Headphones with Earphones Charging Case & Up to 13.5 Hours Battery, Black

Lightning deal, 1 per account, ends 6pm or when sold out.


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    Is this ANC?

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      The Amazon description is a bit misleading, it seems like it's noise isolating only.
      Apparently it has a built in HR monitor and is good for phone calls outdoors though.

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        No ANC, it’s very uncomfortable for ears.

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    How do these sound and feel in the ear?

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      Really full, round sound (and can go loud), plus I found them super comfy.

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      I don’t like the fit. It’s not comfortable and i Was using the biggest ear tips.

      Sounds ok, the app support EQ. The heart rate monitor is good but don’t sync up with Apple health.

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    checked the reviews, 65t is superiror.

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    100% claimed.

  • +5 votes

    This one was released 3 years ago, I don’t think it’s as good as Elite 65t, so it’s not a good deal for me.

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      Yup. 65t is a lot better in sound and voice call quality.

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    100% claimed

  • +6 votes

    Bought then cancelled after reading a few reviews and also the fact they are 3 years old.

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    I have them in my cart, not sure i need them haha

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    These are extremely outdated. For the price they are ok, but they are definitely not worth $349.99.

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    I owned these Jabra Elite Sports, but upgraded to the Jabra Elite Active 65t about a year ago after I lost them. Yes, these Sports were class-leading a couple of years ago, and were at the $300-350 price point, which is similar to today’s top wireless headphone prices.
    I have to say, the Sports sound considerably better than the ‘upgraded’ 65t Active i currently have. I actually find the 65t Active sound more tinny, and the max volume is not quite as loud as the Elite Sports. The only real benefit of the 65t are the smaller charging case, probably a slightly longer battery life (never had an issue with running out of battery with the Sports), and possibly faster charging.

    This price of $140 is an absolute steal. It’s a fuller, more rounded, and louder sound. In terms of sound, they are definitely comparable to 2019’s leading headphones. Whilst i don’t think that these have active noise cancelling, the passive noise cancelling on these are super great. I used them on flights all the time, and were fantastic.

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    Waited in the list for about half an hour and just grabbed one, thanks OP.