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Save $20 on the Jabra Elite 3 true wireless earbuds and immerse yourself in music

Jabra Elite 3 Earbuds
Jabra Elite 3 Earbuds

The Jabra Elite 3 true wireless earbuds have dropped to $59.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab). This deal is one of the deals of the day, which means it won't last forever at this price. These earbuds are relatively new, having just released a couple of months ago. They have never gone on sale before, and I don't think they dropped during the Black Friday shopping weekend either. This is a new sale that isn't even available at other retailers. Grab the earbuds while you can while they're this low.

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These are relatively new earbuds that haven't gone on sale, and didn't even drop during Black Friday. This is a great chance to get them for a low price. They have great sound, a long-lasting battery life, and water resistance among other awesome features.

The Elite 3 true wireless earbuds squeeze a whole lot of features into a tiny package. For one thing, even though these earbuds don't actually have "active noise-canceling," they do have superb noise isolation. You will stay immersed in your music even while the noises get louder around you. If you don't want to be completely immersed and need to hear some of the ambient noise developing, there is a HearThrough mode. A simple tab on the earbuds will let the built-in microphones pick up external sounds and play them through your buds. That way you'll always know what's going on when you need to.

The battery life on the Elite 3 is outstanding. You get seven hours on a single charge on a single earbud. They also come with a wireless charging case that can give you up to 28 hours total before you ever need to plug in. With fast charge features, your earbuds will be up and running in no time, too.

The four microphones ensure clear voice when taking phone calls. The Jabra Sound+ app gives you the ability to customize your sound. Mono mode lets you leave one earbud charging in the case while you use one by itself (a feature other Jabra earbuds have really lacked in the past, in my opinion). There are tons of other features as well, including built-in Amazon Alexa support, Spotify Tap playback, and Google Fast Pair tech.

John Levite
John Levite

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.