Jabra Elite earbuds

(1 customer review)

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.Buy from AMAZON. Best Bluetooth earbuds.


Who can use this: Bluetooth earbuds are lightweight, portable, and unobtrusive. They’re great for commuters who need something they can pop in a bag and who don’t want to deal with tangled wires.

Why I like it: The Jabra Elite 65t is the first set of true wireless earbuds that we actually love enough to make my overall earbuds pick. They sound great, they’re comfortable, and they’re easy to use, offering both volume and track controls as well as the ability to trigger your digital assistant.

The four-microphone array works well to keep your voice sounding crystal clear over phone calls. Although the Elite 65tearbuds block out most outside noise, they also have a transparency mode so you can choose to hear your surroundings. If you want to read our thoughts on other true wireless earbuds, check out my best true wireless headphones guide. Or if the standard Bluetooth earbud style is more your speed, you can read more about those models in our best Bluetooth earbuds guide.

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  1. Jd

    I read the reviews and even went to a few people on advice before I purchased these wireless earbuds. I was concerned that since these did not have an ear hook (like bose) that they would not remain in my ear. However they fit just fine and they are awesome. I knew from some of the reviews that bass was lacking and that’s a true statement. I have a pair of jam wireless earbuds that have way more bass but they are not as comfortable as this pair. So it seems that I had to trade base for comfort which in some cases are ok . The only time the lack of bass really bothers me is when I listen to a song that I know that has a great bass line and its not there. Don’t get me wrong the bass is there but not like overpowering. However I would still reckoned this pair, the left and right bud have never lost sync with eachother. however you can listen to the right bud in solo mode I have not figured out a way to listen to the left on in solo mode I am not sure if its possible. It seems like more people want to chat to me on my right side than my left. I have not been able to exercise the app yet because I am out to sea on a ship with no wifi and to exercise all of the features you need internet. So if you don’t have internet don’t expect the extra features.

    UPDATE: Since I have been able to upload the App and they also updated the APP recently I know think this is the best pair of wireless earbuds on the market. Being on facetime and phone calls is a blast with these. You don’t have to raise your voice you can speak natural and the caller on the other side can hear you just fine.