Amazon Prime Day 2019: Jabra Elite 85h headphones will be cheaper by Rs 7,000

“Both the Jabra Elite 85h wireless headphones and Jabra Elite Active 65t truly wireless earbuds will come in a new colour, Copper Black, during the Amazon Prime Day sale”

The Amazon Prime Day sale is just days away and Jabra has announced a new colour option for its premium Elite 85h (review) wireless headphones as well as Elite 65t Active (review) truly wireless earbuds. Both the accessories will be available in Copper Black colour option during the upcoming Amazon Prime Day sale, which will last from July 15th to July 16th. Furthermore, Jabra has slashed the price of the Elite 85h headphones for the Amazon sale. The pair will be available at Rs 21,999 instead of its original price of Rs 28,999. The Jabra Active 65t, on the other hand, will continue to retail at its launch price of Rs 12,999 in India.

Jabra Elite 65t active

Both the earphones, meanwhile, are currently available in Black, Titanium Black, and Gold Beige colour options. The Elite 85h has an additional navy shade as well. The earphones support Alexa AI assistant as well as Google Assistant and Siri and offer wireless pairing with sources such as smartphones, laptops, or tablets with Bluetooth.

jabra Elite 85h

Talking about the specifications, the Jabra Elite 85h features SmartSound technology for adaptive audio based on the ambience. The headphones are also equipped active noise cancellation feature, 40mm drivers, eight-microphone array for “crystal-clear” sound, and a battery that is rated to last up to 36 hours with ANC and 41 hours without ANC. The Jabra Elite 65t Active, on the other hand, is a pair of truly wireless earphones that comes inside a charging case that holds an additional juice of up to 15 hours. The earbuds are claimed to last for close to five hours on a single charge.

The earphones also come with Jabra Sound+ companion app that allows users to personalise their music with the music equaliser. The pair also have a “distinct focus” on the voice experience and that it delivers superior audio quality for calls and music, claims the company.