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(Pocket-lint) - Those looking to pick up some top wireless earbuds this Amazon Prime Day are in luck - both the Jabra Elite 75t and Elite 85t have received big discounts. 

The Elite 85t - Jabra's current flagship pair - are available at Amazon US for $169 and on Amazon UK for £179, reduced from $229.99/£219 and providing you with a saving of $60 and £40.99. 

Last year's model, meanwhile, the Elite 75t are a snip - those interested can pick them up for $99 on Amazon USA and $99 on Amazon UK, which represents a saving of $/£50 from the typical $/£149.99 asking price.

It's important to note that there are very minimal differences between the two generations of earbuds - and, thankfully, both are excellent choices that can compete with the very best in the space. 

In our recent review of the Elite 85t, we lauded the active noise-cancellation, improved fit and effective isolation - even if the design itself is slightly larger than the Elite 75t.

For those who want almost entirely the same package, the cheaper 75t model features a very solid 7.5 hours of music playback, plus 20.5 hours extra from the batteries in the case giving you 28 hours in total.

Like the 85t, they also offer ANC, and you also get the ability to enable the HearThrough mode which lets you hear what's going on around you without taking them out of your ears.

Add that to a neat, compact case and IPX5 water resistance, and you have a very capable pair of in-ears that don't cost more than a three-figure sum this Prime Day.

If you want something more suited to exercise, Jabra also has its Elite Active range to consider. Since the 85t generation doesn't yet have an Elite Active variant, Amazon is offering the Elite Active 75t model to Prime members at a very friendly rate.

They're almost identical to the standard Elite 75t, but with added sweat protection for workouts - and they can be yours for £129 this Prime Day, representing a saving of £70 from the usual £199 tag.

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Writing by Cam Bunton.