Amazon's second day of Prime Day deals are going on now and Jabra has taken up to half off as many as 20 products to get you started updating your audio equipment.
Now, the Jabra products in question cover just a couple of categories. The company is discounting in-car and portable speakerphone accessories as well as Bluetooth listening devices. Jabra has geared the majority of the items toward productivity rather than high-quality music listening or entertainment.
As is always the case with Amazon Prime Day sales, the Jabra sales here are meant solely for Amazon Prime members. That would ordinarily mean paying for a subscription if not for the company's free 30-day trial, available here. The trial effectively comes with all of the benefits of full membership. That includes 2-day Prime shipping, Prime Video streaming, and more.
Speakerphones from Jabra for Prime Day
The first category of products being sold by Jabra is Bluetooth speakerphone accessories meant for holding meetings. Both are portable and offer high-quality audio for the category. But they aren't necessarily equal. First is the Jabra Speak 410 USB Corded Speaker, priced at $59.99. That cost is down from its usual $107.01. The Jabra Speak 510 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker costs a bit more at $79.99, down from $149.99.
In-Car Speakerphone devices are available as well. Each function on Bluetooth in this category and they go up in price by size and presumably audio quality. At the budget end, is the Jabra Drive. That's typically priced at $59.99 but can be bought for Prime Day from Jabra for $31.99. Stepping up from there is the Jabra Tour. Ordinarily costing $62.99, the Prime Day sale puts that Jabra accessory at just $42.99. Finally, the Jabra 100-46000000-02 Freeway costs $59.99, down from $87.68.
Headsets from Jabra
On headsets, a similar trend is followed, starting with the old-school Jabra Talk 30 Bluetooth Headset at $37.49 from $49.99. Conversely, Jabra is selling Jabra Evolve 40 MS Professional Wired Headset for Prime Day at just $74.75. Jabra lists two variants of the Jabra Evolve 40 UC Professional Wired Headset down to just $87.99 from over $115. The company has its mono-audio variant of that listed for just $65.00.
A pricier version of the latter headset series dubbed the Jabra Evolve 65 MS Wireless Headset, features noise canceling and can be purchased for $139.99, down from $210. But the mono-audio version is a bit more expensive at $180.35 instead of $189.00. Finally, in this category, Jabra offers its BlueParrott B550-XT Voice-Controlled Bluetooth Headset for just $149.99. That's a mono headset originally priced at $199.
Headphones from Jabra for Prime Day
Headphones from Jabra for Prime Day can be split into over-ear — or on-ear — and in-ear categories. In the first of those, there's only one device. That's the Jabra Elite 85h Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones in Gold Beige, Copper Black, and Titanium Black. In each case, Jabra marks down the $249.99 headphones to $179.99, around $70 off.
In the latter category, Jabra is offering its Jabra Elite Active 45e Wireless Sports Earbuds in Navy Blue for $49.99 instead of $99.99. For a bit more money, at $99, Jabra Elite Active 65t true wireless earbuds are available in three colors. Those are Copper Blue, Copper Black, and Copper Red. Jabra has taken the price down from the usual cost of $139.99.