30 reviews between Aug 09, 2023 and Oct 02, 2023.
These Jabra Elite 7 earbuds have mixed reviews, with some praising their fit, sound quality, and comfort, while others complain about connectivity issues and a poorly designed case. The earbuds are marketed as suitable for workouts and running, but some users find them insecure during physical activity. Despite their superior sound and features, such as programmable buttons and wireless charging, the earbuds have drawbacks that make them less desirable than other brands. Overall, the Jabra Elite 7 earbuds have a mixed reception among consumers.Jabra Elite 7 Active True Wireless— Bluetooth Sports Earbuds Shake Grip for Secure in-Ear Fit —
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30 reviews between Aug 09, 2023 and Oct 02, 2023.
Excelent fit, sound is great, good quality
They sound good. Works well with my deaf ear. I cant open the lid umless my thumb is wet. So... i lick it. That was ok untill im in the hospital with my mom. The thought of licking it is all full of hospital germs. It is past the window of return so im stuck with it...
Gran calidad de sonido, se adhieren bien al oido, muy buena cancelacion de ruido
I mainly wear them to work out they stay in place and block out noise. Sound is great
After using it for more than 3 months, I have some things to say:
(I'm not an English native speaker, but I know perfectly what words I'm using in this review).
1. Bluetooth connection issues are overwhelming for this price tag.
2. Good overall product, but not for this price range.
3. Great fit, even for small ears (like mines).
4. The mic sucks.
1. The Bluetooth connection issues for this price tag are worrying. I cannot understand how a product in this price range has these stupid issues. I've been using a bunch of cheaper and expensive ones true wireless earbuds without a single connection issues.
Sometimes you need to put your buds in the box again, sometimes there's nothing you can do but restart your devices, sometimes one earbud starts to work, and the other one react after 3 seconds.
I simply DO NOT understand these stupid issues at this price tag. For this reason (and the 4th), I'll never buy another Jabra product again.
2. The product itself, it's good. The sound quality it's way enjoyable, and also you can customize your sound profile using different methods in the Sound+ app (the Jabra app). The NC it's excellent, and I don't feel that distorts the sound quality.
3. The fit it's solid like a rock. I don't feel too much comfortable, but it's because of the format of the earbuds (I prefer more like AirPods style). But it fits perfect, it will never drop while you're having your hardcore training, doesn't matter if it's running, weightlifting or crossfit (I do all those types of "sports").
And the fact the sound quality it's fantastic, you'll enjoy a lot your workouts sessions.
4. The mic sucks. There's nothing more I can add to this point. Simply it sucks
Like I said, overall, it's a good product: great sound quality, great NC and excellent fit. It's bad having all those connection issues, and the mic quality is really disappointing. I won't forget that for this price tag and I convinced that I'll never buy another Jabra product.
Sorry Jabra, that's my honest review.
This is my second set of Jabras. I got these because the first set didn't have the noise-canceling option. OMG ... they are awesome. I walked around our town's street fair and had the NC option on. I couldn't hear a thing. It was awesome. It also has a "hear-through" option, which allows me to listen to my music and hear traffic around while running.
Absolutely excellent and almost completely indestructive. Highly recommend.
The LED on the case never worked, so you couldnt tell if it was charging. The case always read 98% charged, but the ear buds were reading in the 80s, so the case didn’t seem to charge. Tech support offered nothing but “Reset the case.” That did not do a thing as far as I could tell. Very disappointing. I’ll stick to Bose.
Sound is ok. But the microphone picks up noise making it impossible for people to hear you talking unless you are in a quiet place.
First the good; The buds themselves are light, have a quality fit and finish and are rich in features and in *most functionality (a note on connectivity later). The buttons were a pleasure to use and easy to press. The app has an admirable suite of options and customization that shines. The limited bands on the EQ customization is disappointing, but overall the interface is clean, and it gives you what you need. Call quality was adequate and ANC was decent, no complaints or compliments, it works fine. With most of the features you'd expect in a near $200 bud set it has what you need and it does it well.
However... there are quite a few drawbacks in my opinion. The first and largest was connectivity issues. My app firmware is up to date and my iPhone (which link flawlessly with even cheap Tozo buds) is fairly new. However, it is constantly having connectivity issues. It never fully disconnects, but looses signal frequently and is a huge annoyance that pulls me out of whatever task I'm working on. I had read this in prior reviews, but hoped it was overstated, unfortunately not.
The second largest issue, also a big deal to me, is that they are simply uncomfortable. The silicone tips are more rigid than others I have used and after 30 min of listening I consistently had to take them out to rest my ears because they would start hurting. I have many other buds and in ear headphones and these are the worst I have experienced. I tried getting new tips, but not only are they hard to find, but none sealed as well as the original, so sacrifice comfort, or sound.
As a note on sound, these are just adequate. The sound signature is fairly good in many regards, and the bass, with a good seal, is decent. But for most people I don't think that they would be able to tell a real difference from these to a $30 set. do they sound better? Yes, $170 better? No.
A final issue I struggled with was fit, finish and presentation. for a product in this price range the packaging was very lackluster. Simple, thin, cheap box, only 3 tip sizes and a 3" charge cord. I know, its just a box, but if I'm spending decent money on buds, I'd like to know the company takes some pride in their product and how it feels, to me it felt cheap. Like it or not, packaging and presentation is directly associated with perceived quality and plays big into people thinking they got their moneys worth. Similarly, the actual charge case was a surprise. the bottom half is solid and feels nice, but the top feels like they slapped a Tupperware lid on it. Its thin, flimsy, cheap feeling and impossible to open. I would also add it was frustrating that the case is made in such a way that almost no aftermarket bud tips will allow the buds to fit and charge. I had some tips that felt great, and made the headphones so nice, but they wont fit in the case. an extra 16th of an inch was too much to ask?
I really wanted to like these, on paper they look fantastic, but in application they fell short. in the end they felt like they belonged in a price range closer to half of what they cost and I have decided to send them back. Others may love them, but for me they didn't hit the mark and in a market as saturated as wireless buds you need to hit harder to justify the price.
I returned a set of Jaybird ear buds that did not work well with my Garmin 645 watch. They kept cutting out with my watch on my right arm and I was having issues with them getting a 100% charge. I purchased these and have not had any issues. They sound better than the Jaybird and so far not one cutout and no other issues. I would buy them again.
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