Jabra Elite 65t

8.3/10 AVG.
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  • Jabra Elite 65t
  • Jabra Elite 65t
  • Jabra Elite 65t

Specs / Features


Specification

Overview
Type In-Ear
Other
Volume Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Water Resistant Yes
Specification
Brand Jabra
Warranty 24 months

Critic Reviews


Mobile Syrup

Beating Apple’s AirPods

from Mobile Syrup

At $219.99, the regular Elite 65t is the same as a pair of AirPods, though a newer pair is reportedly in the works. The better audio quality alone makes them a better deal. Unless you plan to sweat a lot or have faith in the accelerometer becoming truly useful, you should be fine with the regular...More

At $219.99, the regular Elite 65t is the same as a pair of AirPods, though a newer pair is reportedly in the works. The better audio quality alone makes them a better deal. Unless you plan to sweat a lot or have faith in the accelerometer becoming truly useful, you should be fine with the regular model. You do need to manage the battery to some degree, but the fit and audio performance make them among the best true wireless earbuds available now.

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Macworld

A true AirPod alternative

from Macworld

I found that the Elite 65t offered excellent aural separation, with clear, crisp mid- and high-frequency sound. The bass, however, left me wishing for a little more oomph. Even after tweaking 65t’s sound with the Jabra app, I felt the bass provided by Apple’s AirPods and BeoPlay’s pricey E8 is superior.

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I found that the Elite 65t offered excellent aural separation, with clear, crisp mid- and high-frequency sound. The bass, however, left me wishing for a little more oomph. Even after tweaking 65t’s sound with the Jabra app, I felt the bass provided by Apple’s AirPods and BeoPlay’s pricey E8 is superior.

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The Wirecutter

Best Bluetooth earbuds

from The Wirecutter

Comfortable, great sounding, fantastic for phone calls, and equipped with all the controls you need, the Elite 65t is the first set of true wireless headphones we’d recommend over traditional Bluetooth earbuds.

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Comfortable, great sounding, fantastic for phone calls, and equipped with all the controls you need, the Elite 65t is the first set of true wireless headphones we’d recommend over traditional Bluetooth earbuds.

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Forbes

A slightly bulky but reliable truly wireless in-ear

The ear buds are well made and decently sturdy and their sound quality overall should be good enough for most listeners, especially since you can EQ them with the Sound+ app. Unfortunately, their unique one-size-fits all design will not be as comfortable for smaller ears and their case could definitely be improved.

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The ear buds are well made and decently sturdy and their sound quality overall should be good enough for most listeners, especially since you can EQ them with the Sound+ app. Unfortunately, their unique one-size-fits all design will not be as comfortable for smaller ears and their case could definitely be improved.

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Engadget

Put down your AirPods

from Engadget

The Elite 65t avoids the common pitfalls of true wireless earbuds with great sound and enough battery life to ensure you’re not charging several times a day. If you’ve been looking to eliminate one of the last remaining cords in your life, this is definitely one of the best options. And it’s an affordable one, too.

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The Elite 65t avoids the common pitfalls of true wireless earbuds with great sound and enough battery life to ensure you’re not charging several times a day. If you’ve been looking to eliminate one of the last remaining cords in your life, this is definitely one of the best options. And it’s an affordable one, too.

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Gadgets Now

The smooth operator

from Gadgets Now

The Jabra Elite 65t are solid and competent pair of wireless earbuds but face tough competition from the likes of Bose and Apple among others. They offer neat features, are light and comfortable and have an excellent battery life.

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The Jabra Elite 65t are solid and competent pair of wireless earbuds but face tough competition from the likes of Bose and Apple among others. They offer neat features, are light and comfortable and have an excellent battery life.

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Stuff

The best truly wireless earbuds out there

from Stuff

The Jabra Elite 65t have proven to be the best among the lot, especially considering its price. The snug fit, superb connectivity, long lasting battery, cute little safety-cum-charging box, and great music quality make these truly wireless earphones a green signal.

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The Jabra Elite 65t have proven to be the best among the lot, especially considering its price. The snug fit, superb connectivity, long lasting battery, cute little safety-cum-charging box, and great music quality make these truly wireless earphones a green signal.

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TechRadar

One of the best true wireless headphones you can buy

from TechRadar

The Jabra Elite 65t is a perfect balance of usability, features, and sound quality. These headphones offer a reliable connection and are a pleasure to use day-to-day. Their long battery life means you won’t be fishing for the charging case as often as the competition. While we had some niggles...More

The Jabra Elite 65t is a perfect balance of usability, features, and sound quality. These headphones offer a reliable connection and are a pleasure to use day-to-day. Their long battery life means you won’t be fishing for the charging case as often as the competition. While we had some niggles about design and fit, the Jabra Elite 65t do so much right that we can forgive its minor issues.

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Android Guys

Familiar name shows off something a bit different

from Android Guys

The Jabra Elite 65t retails for about $169.99, and it’s worth it at that price point. It’s a great-sounding headset with a strong selection of features and a company updates them frequently.

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The Jabra Elite 65t retails for about $169.99, and it’s worth it at that price point. It’s a great-sounding headset with a strong selection of features and a company updates them frequently.

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Phone Scoop

Focuses on improving music and call performance

from Phone Scoop

The original Elite Sport and second-generation Elite Sport were very good, but the Elite 65t are next-level buds for music listeners. The 65ts are small, light, and comfortable to wear. The charging case delivers huge battery power in an ultra-compact form. The sound quality is excellent for musi...More

The original Elite Sport and second-generation Elite Sport were very good, but the Elite 65t are next-level buds for music listeners. The 65ts are small, light, and comfortable to wear. The charging case delivers huge battery power in an ultra-compact form. The sound quality is excellent for music and calls alike, and the added modes for controlling the outside environment are easy to master.

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