Jabra Elite 65 Great for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is coming and my husband really has everything he “needs”. What do you get the guy who has everything he needs? Something he wants! He loves his tech and he’s been looking for something new and compatible with his phone, especially now that our phones do not allow plug-in earbuds anymore. Thankfully we got to give the Jabra Elite 65 wireless ear buds a try just in time for Father’s Day!

These amazing little earbuds were remarkably comfortable. Comfort is really important when we are talking earbuds. Who cares what other amazing features they have if you can’t stand wearing them. These fit great and were light enough that he could wear them as long as he needed (win win for everyone!). The impressive sound quality and ease of use makes these the perfect gift for anyone. You don’t need a degree in technology to figure these out and pair them with your phone. It’s really simple.

Product Features:

  • Superior sound with Dual microphone technology in each earbud and true wireless stability to reduce call and music dropouts
  • Personalize your music with customizable equalizer profiles
  • Up to 5 hours battery, 15 hours with charging case
  • 2-year dust and water resistance warranty (registration via Jabra sound+ app required)
  • One-touch access to Amazon Alexa, Siri, and Google now

The warranty itself was a perfect feature for a family that isn’t necessarily that easy on technology of any kind. The charging case is a great way to keep them out of reach of the kids while you charge. Overall, I was really impressed with the quality and durability of these earbuds. You can grab your own pair in time for Father’s Day at your local Verizon store or at verizon.com!

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