Jabra Elite 25e hands-on
Rising from the ashes of a once booming Bluetooth headset market, Jabra has successfully transitioned into making earphones and other audio accessories – a feat that one of its main competitors *cough* Jawbone *cough* could not do. Earlier this year Jabra released a pair of wireless sport earbuds, which boasted a solid feature-set at a good price. This week the company has released a more casual, but still “elite” follow-up: The Elite 25e.
phone calls when brought together – an addition Jabra wanted so that you may have a truly phone-free experience.
Sound quality on the Elite 25e was quite good. You won’t have head-rattling bass, or extremely loud volume levels, but music is very clear and well-balanced. Listening to music on the device was a very pleasing experience, and will more than do the trick for listening on the bus, at work, or in the gym.
The Jabra 25e seems to a be a very solid set of wireless buds. Retailing for just $80, the level of comfort, sound quality, and battery life make this headset an almost irresistible deal.