Selecting the best Bluetooth earbuds for the gym can get quite tricky. On one hand you want a sound that can make your heart beat a bit faster, but, on the other hand, you don’t want to sacrifice sound clarity and details. For many people, the one sure answer are headphones with warm sound signature, like the TREBLAB XR100 Sweat-Proof Bluetooth Earbuds.
Design and build quality
Don’t you just love IPX4 sweat-proof earbuds? Wait, you haven’t tried them yet? Then it’s time you buy the TREBLAB XR100 Sweat-Proof Bluetooth earbuds and experience what it’s like to be able to exercise in the rain or during the hottest summer months – all without worries about the durability of the earbuds.
Of course, water and sweat are only one of many possible dangers that Bluetooth headphones and earbuds have to face on a daily basis. The second most significant is the potential damage that could occur from the earbuds falling on the ground. Luckily, the soft rubber finish and silicone earbuds do a very good job of keeping the XR100 securely in place, so you can tirelessly wear them all day. The built-in hooks provide further support for maximum comfort.
You can listen to up to 9 hours of music on a single charge, which takes just 2 hours. This places the TREBLAB earbuds at the very top what battery duration charts for compact Bluetooth earbuds. The battery life is even more impressive when you take into account that TREBLAB still managed to squeeze in comfortable buttons for volume and music playback control and a high-quality microphone for hands-free phone calls.
The XR100 are bass-heavy headphones with warm sound signature. They don’t offer much in terms of treble, but they make up for it with the sheer amount of fun they can provide.
Included in the package are expandable foam eartips, which do a good job of isolating all unwanted outside noise. However, you still get to experience some sound leakage when you crank up the volume. We don’t think that anyone in your gym would mind, but we thought you should know.
What’s in the box?
The packaging includes everything you might need except for one thing: a USB cable for charging. Instead, you get a hard-shell case and a set of replaceable eartips, but you will have to dig into your own supplies to charge the earbuds.
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