Introducing Jabra’s Latest Tough and Powerful Earbuds
If you thought Jabra couldn’t compete with the global leaders in the wireless audio industry before, think again. Jabra’s newest AirPods and Galaxy Buds alternatives, the Elite 8 Active and Elite 10, are here to impress.
Forget about the active noise cancellation technology that rivals Apple’s AirPods Pro 2 and Samsung’s Galaxy Buds 2 Pro – that’s not the most impressive feature of these new Jabra products. What sets them apart is their durability.
Jabra claims that the Elite 8 Active are “the world’s toughest earbuds”, and they seem to live up to this claim. With IP68 certification for water immersion and dust protection, as well as drop resistance up to 1 meter high, these earbuds can handle intense gym sessions, outdoor workouts, and even accidental drops.
But it doesn’t stop there. The Elite 8 Active are also resistant to extreme temperatures, altitudes, humidity, and salt. Despite their impressive durability, they weigh only 5 grams per bud and come with a lightweight charging case that is IP54 certified.
In terms of audio performance, the Elite 8 Active deliver crystal clear sound and added dimensionality with Dolby Audio. You can purchase them now for $199.99 in navy, black, dark grey, or caramel color options. With up to 8 hours of uninterrupted listening time and a total of 32 hours with the charging case, these earbuds won’t let you down during your workouts.
But if you want to take your audio experience to the next level, Jabra also offers the Elite 10. These earbuds are superior to the Elite 8 Active, featuring Dolby Atmos support with Dolby Head Tracking technology. This technology promises a more immersive listening experience than most competitors.
The Elite 10 also excel in noise cancellation and comfort. With improved ANC capabilities and ComfortFit technology for a natural airy fit, these earbuds offer stability and relief from ear pressure. Priced at $249.99, they are definitely a premium option.
In terms of battery life, the Elite 10 can last up to 6 hours on a single charge, which extends to 27 hours with the wireless charging case. While not as durable as the Elite 8 Active with an IP57 certification, they still offer solid durability. The Elite 10 come in various color options such as titanium, matte black, glass black, cream, and cocoa.
If you’re looking for tough and powerful earbuds, Jabra’s Elite 8 Active and Elite 10 are worthy contenders. You can pre-order the Elite 10 at Best Buy now, with a release date set for September 17.