Jabra's Elite Active 65t true wireless earbuds are down to just $50 refurbished
The refurbished Jabra Elite Active 65t true wireless earbuds have dropped to $49.99 on Newegg. These are refurbished and sold by the Jabra Online Store, the official manufacturer. This is part of a unique 2-day sale at Newegg, and you'll find the same earbuds being sold refurbished by Jabra at other retailers like Amazon for twice as much. Brand new they cost $117 or more.
Jabra Elite Active 65t true wireless earbuds refurbished newegg
The same earbuds refurbished from the same source go for twice as much on Amazon. The earbuds have Bluetooth, up to 5 hours of battery on a single charge, and up to 15 hours total using the charging case. Also rated against sweat and dust.
The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals
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The Elite Active 65t earbuds are an upgrade over the basic Elite 65t. The Active in the name denotes exactly what they're doing, giving you some protection for a more active lifestyle. They have built in water resistance and dust resistance with an IP56 rating, which means you can use these at the gym or while outside without worry about ruining them. It also comes with a selection of earbud tips to ensure you get the perfect fit. These things should not be falling out of your ears even when you're running or working out.
You'll also get up to 5 hours of battery life on a single charge with the earbuds. The case carries some extra charge so you can get a total of 15 hours before you ever need to plug in. One fault of the Jabra earbuds lineup is that you can't use the two earbuds completely independently. The left earbud is always dependent on the right one, although you can use the right one alone if you want. But Jabra has a big focus on the quality of the audio and wants the earbuds to be used together anyway. You'll even get a customizable equalizer available through the app that lets you personalize your music.
Since these are refurbished directly by Jabra, they are covered by Jabra's own return policy. Plus the manufacturer promises they have been professionally restored to work like new. All the accessories have been inspected and cleaned, and the only issue you'll find is minor blemishes.
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