Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Warranty

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/1)

Regarding the warranty on your Jabra Move Style Edition, the headset comes with a Manufacturer's warranty that begins the day you purchase the headset. There is no need to sign up for anything to obtain this warranty. You will, however, need to keep a copy of your purchase receipt as you will need it should you ever need a warranty replacement of your headset.

Positive
JabraSupport
1 year ago

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/1)

In regards to your AirPods, if they really only lasted a few months, shouldn't that be a warranty issue? In the EU, where I live, we have a 2 year warranty law. All products must have AT LEAST a 2 year warranty. With some exceptions of course.

Negative
ProtagonistAnonymous
8 months ago

Comfort Level

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/3)

Around eight years ago, Wirecutter was one of the first (if not the first) major publications to seriously test and compare budget earbuds and headphones. All we wanted back then was something around $100 that fit comfortably, sounded great, and could take a phone call reasonably well. And we wanted a pair that was reliably easy to use.That’s how we found the Jabra Revo headphones, which have evolved over a few models (all of them top picks) into the Jabra Elite 45h

Positive
4 months ago

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/1)

* Source - I'll mostly be using my phone, with some use from my laptop and desktop. I would prefer wireless (neckband is fine) but I'm also fine with wires. If I went wired, I would need a USB-C to 3.5mm adaptor (wish my phone had a jack, oh well)

Neutral
HenriHawk_
7 months ago

Noise Cancellation

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/1)

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Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/3)

The Jaybird Vistas cost about the same and come in a wonderfully compact carrying case, but they don’t sound as good. Amazon’s Echo Buds are cheaper and have Bose’s noise reduction technology, but they can’t pair with two gadgets at the same time. The competition is only going to grow fiercer over the next few months, so Jabra will have a harder time staying at the top of the pile, but aside from adding active noise cancellation and wireless charging, it doesn’t have much higher to climb.

Positive
Chris Welch
4 months ago

Bluetooth Connectivity

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/1)

On top of this is a five band equalizer, the ability to adjust how long they stay on (including indefinitely), and other features. While these features are only available via smart phone, your settings remain in the headphones while using them with a computer. Cons: No jack for wired connection. They only work by Bluetooth

Positive
Anthony2816
1 year ago

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/2)

I’m not sure if you were looking at Costco but their prices for things like this can be hit or miss. They have the Jabra Elite Active 75t with a wireless charging case for $150 and that’s a good buy but the Sony 1000XM3 headphones for $280, the same price that stores like Best Buy are selling the XM4 headphones for.

Positive
P_Devil
2 years ago

Sound Quality

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/5)

Jabra is a serious player in the ever-growing audio market. Even though Jabra headphones can’t compete with Bose and Sony in terms of sound quality, the Danish manufacturer has proven that it has accumulated an impressive amount of know-how to appeal to users. In the budget sector comes the Elite 45H on-ear headphone. The on-ear headphone Elite 45H offered by Jabra is designed for users with a small budget, which although may not benefit from noise reduction, can enjoy a long battery life with tremendous audio performance

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/7)

The microphone stem has also decreased in size and no longer juts out as far from the earbuds. But this doesn’t hinder voice call quality, which remains second only to the AirPods. Everyone I spoke to could hear me loud and clear.

Positive
Chris Welch
4 months ago

Comfort

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/3)

I’ve never accepted that affordable should be synonymous with terrible. Around eight years ago, Wirecutter was one of the first (if not the first) major publications to seriously test and compare budget earbuds and headphones. All we wanted back then was something around $100 that fit comfortably, sounded great, and could take a phone call reasonably well. And we wanted a pair that was reliably easy to use

Positive
4 months ago

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/1)

Jabra managed to shrink the earbuds by 20 percent and came up with a design that’s both more subtle and more comfortable than the 65t. The previous earbuds were chunkier and had an awkward fit in some ears that caused discomfort over time, but I’ve experienced none of that with the 75t. The microphone stem has also decreased in size and no longer juts out as far from the earbuds. But this doesn’t hinder voice call quality, which remains second only to the AirPods

Positive
Chris Welch
4 months ago

Battery Life

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/2)

I have a query/complaint in to Jabra now and I will update this review once I hear back from them. My experience so far: (1) the product arrived in excellent condition, (2) I charged the headset per instructions, (3) it workd beautifully for about a week. Once the set is turned on there are LED lights and a voice says "100% charge," (4) I turned them on and they were dead. I thought this was odd because just a few hours previously it was at "100% charge

Negative
Patricia
8 months ago

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/4)

Read more: Best true wireless earbuds of 2020Battery life is rated at 7.5 hours at moderate volume levels -- up from five hours on the Elite Active 65t (the AirPods Pro are rated at 4.5 hours with noise canceling on). Alas, the charging case doesn't offer wireless charging, just USB-C charging (with an included cable)

Positive
David Carnoy
4 months ago

Fit

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/5)

This on-ear pair sounds, fits, and functions like it costs more than $100. There’s no option to use these with a cord, but the ultra-long battery life means you won’t need to charge frequently.

Positive
4 months ago

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/1)

• The case itself is super small and can be stood upright. Think Apple’s noise-canceling Airpods charging case, but a little smaller. My wallet and keys both can be fit in one pants pocket with this. • Magnetic seal on the case makes it to opens easily, and stays shut when you want it

Positive
Honest Reviewer
3 years ago

Price Point

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/3)

The headset belongs in the budget category, so don’t expect miracles from these on-ear headphones. Jabra Elite 45H on-ear headphones provide no active noise cancelation or use of Bluetooth HD codecs, as the manufacturer has done its best to make the gadget affordable. But in other respects, the Jabra Elite 45H is a perfect choice.

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/1)

I saw that at Costco, they had the QC down to $150. I don’t think they’re worth it at that price but that’s me. I would rather spend the $50 more and get the QC 35II that everyone has this Black Friday for $200. Those are at least still getting firmware updates and their battery life is a bit better

Negative
P_Devil
2 years ago

Durability

Jabra Elite 45h

(1/1)

amazingly, it wont bend! After months it still hasn't stretched out. In reality, this is a testament to the quality of material which is why I gave it 5 stars, even though I cant really use it. Someone looking for a sturdy headset would have a difficult time finding one more sturdy than this.

Positive
Rachael S
10 months ago

Jabra Elite Active 75t

(1/1)

Is it worth the extra dough? The short answer is that for most people, probably not. But if you're looking for a sports headphone for running and other athletic pursuits -- and you sweat a lot -- spending a little more on the Elite Active 75t may give you some added peace of mind that your headphones may hold up better over time.

Positive
David Carnoy
4 months ago