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Jabra's Elite 65t are the most versatile headphones you can buy

Let's face it: Most of us don't want to spend our hard-earned cash on multiple pairs of headphones laying around for specific uses. Sure, it's nice to have your travel set, another for the gym and a third for pristine audio at the office, but for a lot of people, that can be overkill. Instead, you need a single set of headphones that can keep the music going comfortably during the day while also standing up to a sweaty workout. You need a set that can do both.

If you'd told me a year ago that I'd be using a pair of true wireless earbuds as my go-to set of headphones, I would've laughed at you. The untethered audio accessories have come a long way since their introduction. Late last year, I discovered the first set of wireless in-ears that made a lasting impression: Bose's SoundSport Free. Those had some issues I couldn't overlook -- namely trouble syncing -- so I wasn't entirely sold on this type of audio device yet.

Enter Jabra's Elite 65t. These true wireless earbuds were announced back at CES and shipped a few months after. There aren't any flashy features per se, but they aren't needed. These earbuds work well, and I haven't encountered any sync issues in the few months I've been wearing them. The Elite 65t come tucked inside a charging case, like almost all untethered in-ears do these days. That accessory adds two full charges to the earbuds' five-hour battery life. In other words, there's plenty of juice here to get you through a full workday, even if you have to let the Elite 65t take a nap during lunch or an afternoon meeting. In fact, you'll need just 15 minutes for 1.5 hours of listening, thanks to a rapid-charge feature.

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