Newegg has the Jabra Elite Active 75t true wireless earbuds refurbished for $124.99 today. The earbuds are only available in Titanium Black and this price, and the refurbs are sold by Jabra so you know it’s coming from the manufacturer. These earbuds sell for $200 brand new from Amazon, Best Buy, and other retailers. Even on sale, they have never gone this low. This is one of newegg’s Shell Shocker daily deals, though, so don’t expect the price to stick around. They are still covered by Jabra’s standard warranty as well, so you don’t have to worry about the quality of these earbuds.
IP57 rated for dust and water resistance, including sweat. Has 7.5-hour battery life with 28 hours total using charging case. Built-in mic takes calls and talks to voice assistants. Includes USB-C charging and personalized sound through free app.
$200.00 $75 off
The Elite Active 75t earbuds are powerful, feature-rich earbuds. They have Bluetooth 5.0 technology, which improves power efficiency and keeps your audio from getting interupted. The earbuds are also extremely durable with an IP57 rating that makes them resistant to dust and water, including sweat. That’s why they’re called “Active,” after all. Take these earbuds to the gym and you’ll be able to use them through any workout.
You won’t have to worry about the battery life either. The earbuds last for up to 7.5 hours on a single charge, and they come with a charging case that can give you up to 28 hours total before you ever have to plug in. The earbuds will also fit securely in your ears so you don’t have to worry about them falling out while you’re running or walking or doing other workouts.
Use the earbud controls to play or pause your music, answer and end phone calls, switch tracks, and more. The earbuds use a stereo design with 6mm drivers that provide powerful sound. The stereo design means you can use either the right earbud by itself or both earbuds, but the left one depends on the right one so it can’t be used individually.
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