Which Jabra fully wireless earbuds should I choose?
Specifications: the main differences highlighted
|Jabra Elite 65t||Jabra Elite 75t||Jabra Elite Active 75t|
|Water-resistant:||Splash proof (IP55)||Splash proof (IP55)||Waterproof (IP57)|
|Battery life||5 hours||7.5 hours||7.5 hours|
|Battery life case||10 hours||20.5 hours||20.5 hours|
Jabra Elite 65t
If you're looking for high quality fully wireless earbuds and don't want to pay too much, the Jabra Elite 65t are the right choice for you. These earbuds are splash proof, so you they're not only for use at home and on the road, but also for during workouts. In addition, the sound quality is good, but if it's not to your liking, you can easily adjust it in the app.
Jabra Elite 75t: Better wearing comfort than its predecessor
The Jabra Elite 75t is the successor to the Jabra Elite 65t and has everything its predecessor has to offer. The 2 aren't very different from each other in terms of specifications, except for the battery life. For example, the Elite 75t earbuds last 2.5 hours longer and the case lasts 10.5 hours longer. But the biggest difference is on the outside. The earbuds are 20% smaller than the Elite 65t. This makes them lighter, they fall out of your ears less quickly, and the wearing comfort is a lot better.
Jabra Elite Active 75t: for sports
If you're looking for earbuds for sports, check out the Jabra Elite Active 75t. These earbuds are exactly the same as the Elite 75t in appearance and specifications, except for waterproofness. The earbuds have an IP certification of 57. This means that they're waterproof. This way, they survive every rain shower, so you can take them with you to every workout.