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Jabra Elite 85t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds (Titanium Black) $257.97 + Shipping ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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Advanced Noise-Cancelling Earbuds with Charging Case for Calls & Music – Wireless Earbuds with Superior Sound & Premium Comfort released in November 2020.

Sold for around $340-350 in stores/other websites. Pretty impressive reviews all around

About this item
PREMIUM NOISE-CANCELLING EARBUDS – It turns out, you can have it all. Jabra Elite 85t Wireless Earbuds have been engineered with the most cutting-edge technology for a calls and music experience like never before
FULLY ADJUSTABLE SOUND – Featuring Jabra Advanced Active Noise Cancellation technology, you can adjust your level of ANC (to cancel noise you don’t want to hear), or adjust your level of HearThrough mode (to let in what you do) using the Jabra Sound app
CRYSTAL-CLEAR CALLS – With 6 mic technology and wind protection, you can make and take calls anywhere with these Bluetooth earbuds. Plus, the 12mm speakers offer big sound, powerful base, and amazing sound quality—all wrapped up in a super compact design
UP TO 25 HOURS OF BATTERY – Get up to 5.5 hours on a single charge with ANC on, with a total charge of up to 25 in the compact Qi-certified charging case. Plus, the powerful magnetic case snaps these earbud headphones firmly in place for maximum security
PERSONALIZE YOUR SOUND – These Jabra Bluetooth earbuds feature MyControls that lets you easily adjust your button functions, while MySound tailors music to your hearing with an in-app hearing test. Works with Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa

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  • Pretty damn good price for the 85ts.
    I've been waiting to jump - but I'm mostly here for the calls. I want something that can shift easily between my 2x iphones plus my laptop.

    Hoping… hoping… that the 85Ts can switch between devices easily

    • I am currently using on 2 devices Google Pixel and iPhone 11 and I can say it does a great job connecting to my 2 phones simultaneously and can switch seamlessly. I have air pods pro, however, I prefer these as they have the ability to mute mic without a phone. slightly heavier than the air pods pro, but with an excellent battery I get more than 5 hours continuous usage (conf. calls & music playback).

      @at this price point, it's worth considering if you are in the market.
      Excellent customer service by Jabra, I was initially not happy with the hear through / compared with the air prods pro, I have got in touch with Jabra customer services and they even arranged a replacement from where I purchased (jb hi-fi). Although they hear through function still not as good as air pods pro. Hope this will get better in the future firmware update.

    • switching devices should be seemless. they work perfectly between devices on my 3yo 65Ts i couldnt imagine it would be any worse on the 85Ts.

  • Not a bad price. Might be worth waiting to see what Samsung bring out in a week or two though. Hopefully they've learnt something from the buds lives.

  • Do we know if these are master/slave or if you can use each earbud individually?

    • Master is the RHS. It kills the left if it's taken out, but will continue to stay on if you take out the left

    • cannot use individually.

      I'm curious though - everyone always talks about this - what is the big use case for using them individually? I'm trying to understand why I might need it?

      • Personally for me I prefer it when walking my dog, I like to be aware of my surroundings as he can he reactive and it helps me avoid issues.
        Other thing is that you can double the battery life if you can only use 1 earbud each, 5 hours with one earbud, swap to the other then you have another 5 hours, but that won't really be that useful for me.

  • Usually JABRA have the right as the master earphone, at least that was the case with the 65 and 75s i have.

    What i want to know is are these better than the 75s and if so in what areas?

    Considering the upgrade here..

  • I have had these for about a month (bought using Qantas store) and they are definitely worth the money.

    Changed over from Sony WF1000XM3.

    • Much smaller in size and bass is more punchy.
    • Max volume is definitely lower compared to the WF1000XM3's. This is my only complaint! But I guess my ears wont be damaged much!
    • Love the multi device connection and can seamlessly switch from my work laptop to the phone.
    • Battery life is pretty good as promised and use it at the gym with no issues with sweat (I was using the Sony's at the gym as well)

    Jabra customer service is pretty good. Had an issue with my Elite Active 65T's and they replaced them via Harvey Norman in store easily.

    • How is the noise isolation compared to WF1000XM3?

      • The Sony one's were slightly better IMO for passive noise isolation. I personally preferred the foam tips that came with it as it provided a tighter seal for me, the standard tips would not isolate sound well and also made the earphones fall out of my ears. But the Sony foam tips started breaking after a year, possibly because I used them at the gym and got sweaty.

        85T's have oval ear inserts for the tips, but don't come with foam ones. I am looking for 3rd party foam tips with oval inserts to get a better seal.

        I think Sony have slighly better active/passive noise isolation/cancellation, but are bulky compared to the 85T's. But I still prefer the 85T's overall as some of these can be updated via a firmware update despite me being a big fan of Sony WF/WH-1000XM3's.

  • This is probably record low for 85t, considering it was released not long ago.

  • These? Or wait for the Samsung Buds Pro?

    • I would say the Samsung would be aimed to compete with these but comparing the lower models competing with the 65 and 75's, the Jabra come out on top everytime so I'd say these will be the better bet, especially at this price.

  • 65T fits me perfectly. Anyone know if for of 85t is similar? Too hard to say?

    Is it worth the upgrade anyway?

  • Are these worth it to upgrade from the original Galaxy Buds?

  • How does warranty work when buying from Amazon US via AU?
    Does it come with local warranty?

    • Good question. I'm also unsure about buying Internationally.

      Although it's $100 cheaper, at least buying direct from Jabra you have a 30 day return etc etc.