Jabra Elite Active 65t
$265.99, jabra.com.au FIT & COMFORT These are seemingly unshakeable without being uncomfortable, which is no small feat. Stick them in and do whatever you want – running, weights, spin, Greco-Roman wrestling – and they’ll still be there, feeling like you’re wearing nothing at all. FEATURES Five hours battery life, plus 10 hours with the charging case. Wind-reduction tech boosts sound for runners, and IP55 rating means they can a bit of a beating from lousy weather if you’re exercising outside. Voice assistant support is here too. CONNECTIVITY The connection on the Jabras was good, but we had a couple of moments where it broke down, which is always more confusing with true wireless. The app enables you to customise the EQ to get more out of their sound, which is useful, as you’ll see… SOUND QUALITY For workout purposes, the 65t are fine, even though they’re not the most musical of headphones. They’re more like a very good Bluetooth headset than a hi-fi product, but with the volume up, they’re perfectly okay for workouts.