Jabra Launches Elite 25e Headphones with Best-in-Class Battery for Wireless Calls and Music

September 1 2017, 02:50
Providing up to 18 hours of battery time, seamless switching between calls and music, superior design for optimized comfort and fit using wind- and water-resistant materials, and with a dedicated Siri and Google Now button, the new Jabra Elite 25e, in-ear stereo neckband headphones, are one of the highlights from GN Group's consumer brand at the IFA Berlin show 2017. As impressive as the specs, including the newly designed 10mm dynamic drivers, is the USD $79 price.

The new Jabra Elite 25e in-ear stereo neckband headphones are full mobility on-the-go headphones that allow for seamless switching between calls and music throughout the day for optimal effectiveness and productivity – and all of these features are available at an accessible price point.

The Jabra Elite 25e headphones are perfectly powered: One charge delivers all day power with up to 18 hours of battery life and up to 22 days in standby – the best performance for a headset in this class. This gives users the freedom to stay connected anytime and anywhere.

"In terms of design, the Elite 25e's neckband has bendable flex zones, ensuring a great fit and all-day comfort. By enhancing the fit with Jabra's EarGels, users get better in-ear sound, and a more secure and comfortable fit – all with less audio leakage. The EarGels and speakers are engineered for an immersive audio experience. This greatly improves the listening experience, so whether users prefer rich bass or crisp high tunes, sound quality needs won't be compromised," the company states.

The Jabra Elite 25e also features a wind-protected microphone, which allows for total concentration, whether the headphones are used for listening to music, commuting, or making and taking calls. And, with a dedicated voice control button and message read out functionality, users have one-touch access to Siri and Google Now, letting them access information hands-free, on the move.

"The Jabra Elite 25e is engineered with the multi-tasking, on-the-go person in mind – those who value high-quality conversations and music while on the move," says Calum MacDougall, SVP at Jabra. "No product currently on the market delivers this level of battery life and experience for the Jabra Elite 25e's price point. Therefore, we believe this product, following in the footsteps of the hugely successful Jabra Elite Sport, is worthy of the name Elite."  

The Bluetooth 4.1 design allows connectivity for up to eight devices, and two at the same time with Multiuse. The Jabra Elite 25e will be available online and at key retailers across the U.S. and Canada in early October for just USD $79 (MSRP).
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