Jabra Elite 75t Truly Wireless Earbud Announced

It’s perhaps no surprise that Jabra has today announced the 75t model to supersede the 65t.

That’s a whole 10 better !!! Cool

Seriously though for a minute, these are my favourite truly wireless earbuds and whilst they are ‘only’ the ‘Elite 75t’ version I would imagine an Elite ACTIVE 75t version will follow soon after. The difference will probably just be some different colours as well as a non-slip surface for keeping them in your ear better during sport. Perhaps also a slightly higher IP rating.

Anyway, I’m waffling, both the 65t and ACTIVE 65t are used by me for sport. Take that as a recommendation if you want to.

The headline differences between the new 75t and the older 65t are just around a SMALLER FORMAT and a LONGER BATTERY LIFE. That’s it. The drivers (speakers) are the same so audio quality should be the same. But the proof will be in the hearing, so let’s see also if Jabra sneak a few extra goodies in there.

  • 7.5 hours battery life boosted to 28 hours via the charging case.
  • IP55
  • Amazon Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant.
  • Available mid-October @ £189.99.


Jabra Elite Active 65t Review – Best Running Headphones / Earbuds ?




Jabra Elite Active 65t

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7 thoughts on “Jabra Elite 75t Truly Wireless Earbud Announced

    1. i’d not heard of that brand. good to hear that they work with the 945.
      that design exists from other comapnies: it’s called wireless (rather than truly wireless like the jabra) and the magnets are a nice idea that i’m surprised many more companies don’t use (some do)

    2. Do the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 stay in ear when you run or do they come out, especially when you are sweating?
      I had before some cheap JVC wireless (with wire) that were confortable but came out while running, so I sold them.
      I bought the Jaybird Vista and they sound good and don’t come out while running, but I find them a little uncomfortable to wear all the day long in the office. While running I don’t feel that I’m wearing the Vistas, but after a couple of hours my ears hurts, probably due to the fins that take the earbuds in place. I could try the smaller adapter that are without fins, but maybe with these the earbuds could fall out of my ears.
      While running I prefer not having wires that bothers me, so maybe the OnePlus Bullets could be a good choice for the office.

  1. i don’t trust the truly wireless, because what happens when you lost them during training, you have to stop and search them 😀

    Oneplus comes since some years with good quality Android phones, the best OS ever, of course no branded apps like Samsung do and you don’t need, they are one of the first with new Android Updates and Mobile phone and headphones have BLT 5.0

  2. I LOVE my Active 65t. I honestly can’t go back to anything else when they finally die. Fit, sound quality, use, just fantastic. The fact I can wear these while also wearing sunglasses, baseball cap/Bike helmet, and not be obtrusive is any way was a major boon.

    Should they die and I can’t get the 65t, i’ll pick up the future gens as long as they work just as well.

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