Jabra Elite 65t
Over a year after Apple’s AirPods influenced the genuinely remote headphones to space mainstream, contending items have begun touching base in India in a steady progression. We as of late evaluated the Bragi The Headphone, Jabra Elite Sport, and Bose Sound sport Free — which are all genuinely remote earphones. Another contender has now entered the shred in India – the Jabra Elite 65t.
While the AirPods are earbuds, the contenders that we’ve just inspected are all in-ear earphones, where the tips go into your ear trenches rather than resting outside them. The Jabra Elite 65t is additionally an in-ear display. It guarantees great sound quality alongside the comfort of being genuinely remote. We utilized this match of in-ear earphones for seven days to see whether it’s a commendable contrasting option to the AirPods.
The Jabra Elite 65t ships with a charging case, which is a big advantage for headphones in this category. The case is a bit bulky and definitely larger than the AirPods case. It’s made of plastic and secured by a clasp as opposed to a magnet, which makes it feel a little less premium. While the case keeps the earpieces safe, opening and closing it feels a bit fiddly and we aren’t big fans of this mechanism.
On the other hand, the case does feel quite durable, and that means you don’t have to worry if you drop it accidentally. There’s a Micro-USB port at the bottom for charging, and it works as expected.
The Jabra Elite 65t is a truly decent match of really remote in-ear earphones. It has phenomenal battery life and noteworthy sound quality at its cost. Its ear tips are to some degree awkward, the case is fiddly, and having the auto-detecting capacities just the privilege earbud takes a touch of getting used to. At Rs. 12,999 the Jabra Elite 65t is more costly than the AirPods, however, is as yet a quite decent item by and large.
Price: Rs. 12,999
- Impressive battery life
- Good sound quality
- Convenient to use
- Uncomfortable to wear for long periods
- Only the right earpiece has auto-sensing features
- Fiddly case
Overall rating (out of 5)
- Design: 3.5
- Performance: 3.5
- Value for money: 3
- Overall: 3.5