Jabra Evolve 75e Wireless Earbuds for a Solution in a Professional Environment

Jabra has been kind enough to send us several products to review recently. Back in November, we reviewed a pair of Jabra Elite 25e wireless earbuds, and today we get a chance to review a similar looking pair with a different purpose.


These wireless earbuds are the Jabra Evolve 75e, and they are designed with the professional in mind.

With 14 hours of battery life, and only two hours to charge, active noise cancellation, and a busy light that lets your co-workers know that you shouldn’t be bothered during a call, these earbuds are optimal for the workplace environment.

With the Jabra Link 370- that little USB dongle showed in this picture, you can connect to your computer, and simultaneously be connected to Apple and Android smart devices. This means that you can listen to your music, and be ready to answer the next call that comes through as well.

You don’t need to hear the phone to answer calls. The neck piece will vibrate when a call comes through. When you want to take a break from wearing these in your ears, magnets near the earbuds keep them hanging around your neck tangle free. But you don’t have to take out your earbuds to hear the world around you. Simply holding down the ANC button, will allow noise to pass through, so you can be a part of the environment around you as well.

These professional wireless earbuds come at a professional price- at about $259.00. They are well worth the price, though, and a good investment for businesses. To find out more about this fantastic apparatus, including all the communication platforms these earbuds work with, head on over to the website here.

Jabra does not sponsor TheGeekChurch, but they did send us these earbuds to review for free in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.

The Jabra Elite 25e Review

Well, I sure am glad that I can review another Jabra product! Seems like only yesterday that I was reviewing the New Jabra Elite Sport, but it was actually last month. Yeah, Jabra is one of big leaders in the Bluetooth department, so I’m not about to say anything bad about them, nor about the Elite 25e.

You can see that the Jabra Elite 25e has quite a unique shape. The closest that I have reviewed recently was the Flex Force from iFrogz, where you can wear them around your neck and still put them in your ears.

That being said, let us discuss the numerous features such as the battery life, good for about 18 hours (22 days of standby). There is also a voice button the can connect you the user to Siri or Google Now, and thanks to its ability to resist the elements, the Elite 25e can be used in all types of weather.

So how is the sound? Well, if you like 10mm speakers, then you should like how the Elite 25e can handle your music, or even your phone calls.

You should be able to purchase the Jabra Elite 25e on the Jabra site for about $79.99, and it is a good deal.