You might be looking for some quality earbuds, but you just don't want to spend the cash on something pricey. Luckily for you, Jabra is offering a pair of its popular true wireless earbuds at a decent discount: the Jabra Elite 65t are on sale for just $80 ($40 off) at both Best Buy and Amazon.
True wireless buds with high-quality audio usually cost more than $100, but thanks to this deal, you can get the Jabra Elite 65t for just $81.68, which combine a fully cordless connection with great audio quality.
The Jabra Elite 65t feature Bluetooth 5.0, five hours of battery life with ten more thanks to the charging case, and IP56 sweat and dust resistance, meaning these buds will have your back even during your intense workouts. They're also compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri, making sure you can talk to your favorite voice assistant without taking your phone out of your pocket.
Sadly, only the the Titanium Black model is currently marked down, with the Gold Beige selling for $100.
OnePlus may launch a cut-price sequel to its first true wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds, when it debuts the OnePlus 8T next week. Image files recovered from a anonymously-shared proprietary APK show off what is being called the OnePlus Buds Z as a slimmer version of their progenitor. There's also word of a new OnePlus Bullets product as well.
Since Apple released the AirPods, true wireless earbuds have been the trend. The company later continued to innovate, with the introduction of the AirPods Pro, which feature active noise cancelation, a functionality that was quite rare on small buds back then. Sony came to the party in July 2019, with its WF-1000XM3, which have remained the AirPod Pro's only serious competitor for a while. However, many brands have unveiled true wireless buds with ANC lately, including Sennheiser,Audio-Technica, Panasonic, and Jabra. Yamaha is finally joining the game with the announcement of its own range.
Ultimate Ears is probably best known for its adorable Bluetooth speakers in the Boom line up, but it also makes some rather pricey pro-level audio products, like IEMs used by artists on stage and in the studio. With those products, a customized fit is necessary, but these tend to be far too expensive for most (shall we say, less talented) people. Thankfully, a new set of earbuds has just been announced that offers DIY custom-fitting for a fraction of the cost.
Wireless earbuds might not be a dime a dozen, but there are many, many options in the marketplace right now for your perusal. Perhaps you like putting some kidneys into your ear canals? Samsung has you covered with the Galaxy Buds Live and so has eBay with a great deal right now.
Bose has a new batch of earbuds and, believe it or not, sunglasses available for the holidays this year — including the company's first pair of active noise canceling true wireless earbuds under the QuietComfort brand that's familiar to over-ear headphone owners.
Mobvoi is known on the market for its affordable smartwatches and buds. After releasing the second generation TicPods 2 Pro in January, the brand just announced an updated model that comes with a few additional features, especially independent pairing that now lets you use whichever bud you want without its counterpart.
Those in the market for true wireless earbuds have plenty of offerings to choose from, but if you're looking to stand out, there's probably no better option than the Klipsch T5. It helps that these have amazing sound quality and battery life, too. Launched at $199 last year, the T5 has since dropped to a going price of around $100. This $78.99 price, however, is the best we've seen yet.