Jabra expands Elite series

Jabra has announced Australian launch details for three new Elite products, completing the local range of Elite headphones and earbuds.

“We are excited to announce the local availability of the full Elite series” said David Piggott, ANZ Managing Director at Jabra.

According to Piggott, “our Elite range demonstrates how well we understand headphone users’ needs and shows our commitment to providing the best voice and music experience for our customers. The Elite series offers three levels of technology in sound, microphone and voice interaction capabilities; and both true wireless earbud and neckband wearing styles, giving our customers a range of solutions to suit their individual needs.” 

Leading the trio, The Elite Active 65t comes "engineered for active lifestyles, for users who want a true wireless voice and music experience while working out." Essentially, it's a more sports focused version of the existing Elite 65t's (review here). The earbuds have enhanced grip, through special coating, integrated accelerometer for tracking features and IP56 sweat, water and dust certification. The Elite Active 65t has five hours of listening time on one charge with two additional charges in the cradle. 

Then, Jabra say The Elite 45e headset is for those who want the best combined voice and music experience in a headset with a discreet design and a great fit. The headset has a lightweight form factor and a unique box microphone solution that the company say delivers consistently-clear voice communication.

Finally, The Elite 65e headphones are engineered for total noise cancellation for today’s professional. Jabra say the Elite 65e deliver "best-in-class wireless calls and music" and provide two levels of noise cancellation that incorporates Jabra’s leading Active Noise Cancellation solution. According to the company, the Elite 65e offers incredible conversation quality with three-microphone technology that creates a noise-blocking zone – making sure the users voice is conveyed with crystal-clear clarity. The Jabra Elite 65e has a battery that lasts up to 8 hours when using ANC, and 13 hours with ANC turned off.

Pricing and availability

  • Elite 25e – $129.99
  • Elite 45e – $179
  • Elite 65e – $349
  • Elite 65t – $299.99
  • Elite Active 65t – $329

Find out more about the Jabra Elite series at www.jabra.com.au.

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