Tribit FlyBuds C1 | Review

Tribits FlyBuds C1

Wired earbuds are a thing of the past and belong with the dinosaurs, meaning they should be extinct at this point. Bluetooth wireless earbuds are basically so good now that there’s no reason to hold on to such old tech anymore. Not only that, they’re very affordable now and even the models that are at the bottom of the price spectrum are worth consideration. So does that mean a cheap pair of earbuds can be as good as those costing hundreds? I’d have to say yes, especially when there are ones like the Tribit FlyBuds C1 that sound so good and won’t break the bank.

Tribits FlyBuds C1

Here’s a quick take on the design. The Tribit FlyBuds C1 will draw some comparisons to the Apple AirPods. They have a similar look but these are all black and not white. Also, there are these little red accents on the outer portion of the earbuds that also help set them apart. It’s a nice little design element that adds a fit of flare to what would otherwise be a normal design for something like this.

The case it comes with is also pretty standard fare and is matte black in color. There is a button on the front that when pressed will light up the 4-LEDs on the front to show battery life left or pairing status. The whole package is fairly small and easily pocketable. The finish is also really smooth, making them easy to slide into your pockets.

Tribits FlyBuds C1

In terms of sound, the Tribit FlyBuds C1 sounds terrific. They use a Qualcomm QCC3040 chip with APTX high-quality audio decoding, up to 48Hz frequency. Your music will sound crisp and clear with very distinct highs and low bass. The bass isn’t strong or overpowering, but it is clean bass that enhances your music. I believe you’ll be pleasantly surprised by them.

There is no noise-canceling here for music, but there is for phone calls. There are four mics with CVC 8.0 that are used to filter out background noises up to 90% so that you can have clear, crisp conversations.

What I like about the Tribit FlyBuds C1 too is that there are physical buttons to control many aspects of the earbuds. Each earbud has its own button and it can be used to pick up and hang up calls, start-stop music, advance or go back to a track, and adjust the volume. I still prefer these physical buttons over touch ones because they’re just easier to find and operate.

Tribits FlyBuds C1

So with that said, the Tribit FlyBuds C1 is an excellent buy, especially for its normal price of $69.99. These not only sound great but are also pretty good-looking, and like I said above, will not break the bank. You’ll be able to enjoy fantastic audio on the go with a pair of wireless earbuds with the latest in Bluetooth 5.2, 50-hours of combined playtime with the case and 12-hours of playtime per charge of the earbuds, and all in a handsome package.


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