Jabra Elite 85T
Review date: Nov. 2, 2020
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People voted: Not creepy
If you're more the sporty type or if you just don't like wearing big, over the ear headphones, these little earbuds might be for you. They do all the things: noise cancelling, custom sound levels for music, multiple microphones for calls, filtering out noise, and listening for you to ask Alexa, Siri, or Google to play that next song with 25-hours of battery life. All shoved right into your ears. These earbuds are truly small, truly wireless, and truly easy to lose.
What could happen if something goes wrong?
Jabra does a great job with privacy and security because they are old school. They sell hardware. Not you. This means they don't collect any personal information on you. And they don't share data with third-parties or sell it ever. They even have two privacy policies. One is a general statement of privacy and one covers their app. Good work Jabra!
Can it snoop on me?
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What data does the company collect?
No personal information is collected by Jabra.
How does the company use this data?
How can you control your data?
What is the company’s known track record of protecting users’ data?
No known incidents in the last 2 years.
Can this product be used offline?
User-friendly privacy information?
Links to privacy information
Does this product meet our Minimum Security Standards?
Uses encryption for the Bluetooth.
The device pairs securely via Bluetooth, which does not require a password.
Releases new firmware and enables the user to update their device via our app.
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