Jabra Elite 10: Wireless Premium Audio Customisability 

We recently had the pleasure of trying out the Jabra Elite 10 and Jabra has done it again. Loaded with features and looking super sleek, the Jabra Elite 10 is definitely something that you’ll wantto pick up – if you don’t mind paying a bit of a premium for it. 

Looks and Features

The Jabra Elite 10 comes with the 3 different sized eartips sealed in the plastic packaging, along with its charging case and cable. The Matte Black colourway that we received has a matte finish of the earphones gives it a nice texture to the touch. It comes packed with features like Spotify Tap, Dolby Atmos support and Dolby Spatial Sound. These are great features to have but my daily listening habits sees the extensive use of the auto-pause feature when I remove the earbud and the adjustable HearThrough feature that allows you to hear what’s around you. 

Customisable Convenience

You can customise the commands to control music or pick up a call if that’s what you prefer. For me, I always have access to my phone so it’s easier for me to directly control it from my screen. I also have horrible memory so all the customised commands that I’d program into the app would already be forgotten once I exit the app. But that’s a me problem. One thing to note is that the touch panels are responsive when I tried picking up or ending a call so that’s definitely a plus for Jabra.

Sound Quality

The sound signature is well-balanced, with crisp highs, a punchy midrange, and a satisfyingly deep bass response. Whether you’re into pop, rock, or electronic music, the Jabra Elite 10 offer an immersive listening experience. Calls sounds clear both ways and noise cancellation blocks out environment sounds well, while being adjustable via the Sound+ app.  

Battery Life and Charging

The Jabra Elite 10 delivered an impressive 6 hours and 28 minutes of audio playback with active noise cancellation (ANC) activated. It’s important to note that individual results may differ based on factors such as playback volume, the utilization of specific features, and charging practices. Overall, the battery life is notably above the average, providing a commendable duration for extended usage. The carrying case charges wireless and also via USB-C as expected so you don’t have to worry about carrying and having multiple cables. 


To be fair, you do get what you pay for. A feature-packed pair of wireless earbuds that looks good and feels even better. Clear, customisable audio via in-app, including IP57 water resistance and extensive features with the in-app controls makes the Jabra Elite 10 a well-deserved recommendation from us. 

The Jabra Elite 10 retails for S$382 and is available from Jabra official site.

Rasuna Azrayl

Ras enjoys collecting and building custom mechanical keyboards and sometimes dabbles in portable audiophile setups. He also indulges in casual gaming and prefers Command over Control.

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