Deal: Jabra Elite Sport True Wireless Earbuds $159.99 - Prime Day 2018

The Jabra Elite Sport true wireless earbuds typically retail for around $219.99. However, as part of Amazon’s Prime Day celebrations they are seeing in a significant price drop which brings the cost down to only $159.99.

While this is still a high price for a new set of earbuds, these are true wireless earbuds which means they forgo cables in every respect. There is no cable used to charge the earbuds, no cable used to connect the earbuds to a device, and no cable used to connect the earbuds to each other. The benefit of which is an unrivaled level of freedom when moving, making these an ideal option for gym-goers and those who spend a lot of time outdoors. While you will find some true wireless earbuds that are cheaper than even these, it’s important to note the reliability of the connection between the two earbuds can be a problem with some models. Which is why the more expensive options are usually a safer bet, and especially when they are on sale like here.

Besides their wireless nature, the Jabra Elite Sport true wireless earbuds also feature a rugged design including an IP67 water-resistance rating. As well as a battery capacity that is said to offer up to 4.5 hours of usage when continuously playing music. However, the carry case for these earbuds is also a charger and the case itself holds enough battery capacity to provide two additional full charge cycles to the earbuds. Resulting in a total of 13.5 hours of battery life in between charges. This is also in addition to a fine-tuned sound and compatibility with a corresponding app to help further fine-tune the overall experience.

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