How long does the battery last on the Jabra Elite 65t?

Jabra Elite 65t
Jabra Elite 65t (Image credit: Daniel Bader / iMore)

How long does the battery last on the Jabra Elite 65t?

Best answer: The Jabra Elite 65t earbuds can get up to five hours of battery life on a single charge, though you can charge on the go with the included charging case.Wireless Earbuds: Jabra Elite 65t ($170 at Amazon)

How much battery will it get per charge?

According to Jabra, the Elite 65t should get up to five hours of usage out of a single charge, though specifics on how this breaks down regarding listening time vs talk time can vary. Jabra seems to indicate that you can get up to five hours of talk time, but, based on our experience with the earbuds, talking a lot using the Elite 65t brings down the battery life to somewhere around four hours.

Additionally, using the Hearthrough function, which lets you listen to the sounds of the environment around you, will also impact the battery life of your earbuds.

Extend your buds' battery life with the charging case

The Jabra Elite 65t comes with a charging case that can extend the life of the earbuds when you're on the go. The case has enough power for 10 hours' worth of additional time for the earbuds, meaning you should be able to completely charge the Jabra Elite 65t twice before needing to charge the case again. The case itself charges via Micro-USB.

The charging case also lets you quickly extend the battery life of your Elite 65t if you need just a little bit more power. Throwing the earbuds into the case for about 15 minutes will get you around 90 minutes of listening time on the earbuds on top of whatever charge they had left.

Jabra Elite 65t or AirPods?

You might be wondering whether or not you should pick up the Elite 65t or a set of Apple's AirPods, especially considering their similar price points. Well, we've broken down the difference between the two, including who should get which set of earphones. Check it out.

Joseph Keller

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