- Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – Short words
- Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – The Design
- Easy and Intuitive Touch Control
- Charging Case and Battery Status
- Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – Call Quality
- Bluetooth 5.2 and Connectivity
- Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – The Sound Quality and Noise Isolation
- Compare Tribit FlyBuds C2 to Similiar In-Ear Headphones
- Tribit FlyBuds C2 Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds – Pros & Cons
- Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – Final Verdict
- Where to buy Tribit FlyBuds C2 Semi-In-Ear Earbuds
If you like wireless earbuds style like Apple Airpods, which have a long stem and there is no silicone tip. But not willing to pay too much like as Apple Airpods, which is more than $100. With current technology, many manufacturers can imitate wireless earbuds that look like Apple Airpods. So there are many wireless in-ear headphones in the market that have stem style and come with good quality as well as most important thing, it is not too expensive or quite affordable as well. The Tribit FlyBuds C2 wireless earbuds are among these. Today I will show you the detail of these cheap wireless in-ear headphones in the Tribit FlyBuds C2 review. Okay, let’s go.
Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – The Design
The Tribit FlyBuds C2 are wireless earbuds with a stem design. They do not provide spare ear tips like as Tozo A3 and OYIB MD058A wireless earbuds that I just reviewed last week. The style is like Apple Airpods, which are ubiquitous nowadays.
The look is smooth plastic and black glossy. On the top of both earbuds have an LED that will flash red once you open the case. There is no silicone tip which means it may not be a perfect and secure fit while it stays in your ears. However; maybe not everyone feels this way. It depends on the shape and size of the ears.
Easy and Intuitive Touch Control
The area on the top earbud is the tap control area. You just touch this area to control any functions. The control schema is easy and intuitive. For example
- Nice Tap Control Design
- One tap – Answer call
- Twice tap – Play/Pause & End call
- Triple tap – Skip to the next track/Activate voice assistantTap & Hold – Volume control/Reject call
You can see all how to tap in the user manual, which is included in the box. Personal opinion, all tap-control or touch-control wireless earbuds have the same issues which are accidental tapping. For example, you just intend to adjust the position of the earbud in your ears, but your finger is accident tap on that control area. This error is frequent. Or will it just happen to me? because I am a person with big fingers I don’t know either. However; if you’re careful and conscious every time, you won’t miss it.
But it seems the Tribit FlyBuds C2 wireless earbuds will solve the issue by modifying the one-tap to answer the call, which does make sense. You have to multiple tap or long tap to do any functions like play/pause, volume up/down, or end/reject the call.
Charging Case and Battery Status
The Tribit FlyBuds C2’s charging case is tiny in design and lightweight. Opening the lid from the top like a clamshell. The overall design of the case looks good like general wireless earbuds. Beautiful and plain. There is four white dot LED at the front to indicate the battery status.
The charging case provides 32 hours in total. The earbuds which fulling charge offer you up to 8 hours of continuous playtime. The number of hours is not exact, depends on the loud level that you listening to.
Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – Call Quality
The Tribit FlyBuds C2 wireless earbuds come with built-in 4 CVC8.0 call noise-canceling microphones. The company says that this technology delivers crystal-clear calls. However; it’s true but not all. On my testing, the external noise still can creep in. I still hear the environmental noise such as the baby crying sounds or the sound of cats fighting. Although the talk was clear, the intrusive noise can also be a bit annoying. But surprisingly, the people who talked to me on the phone said my voice was clear and I didn’t hear any noise. No one has any issues with hearing or understanding me.
Bluetooth 5.2 and Connectivity
But the strong point is these cheap wireless semi-in-ear headphones offer strong connectivity and stability. It will automatically connect to the latest Bluetooth device when the case is opened.
Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – The Sound Quality and Noise Isolation
Due to the design with no silicone tips so it won’t insert too deep in your ear and not completely seal your ear. This makes you won’t feel deep and strong bass because there is little space between the ear canal and earbuds. On the other hand, you will hear the sound background around you. It might be beneficial for some situations, I think.
All in all, in terms of the sound quality, it’s decent good for this price tag. The FlyBuds C2 are not premium wireless earbuds, the sound quality is just fine, but there is no deep bass and no crystal clear for trebles. But if just looking for fair sound quality at a cheap price, the Tribit FlyBuds C2 is right for you. But if the sound quality is your main target, I think you should look over this item and try other higher prices such as the OnePlus Buds Pro or Libratone Track Air.
The good thing is you can download the Tribit app and upgrade firmware to the latest version to choose twenty-four different equalizer profiles. This is very good and I so much like it.
Compare Tribit FlyBuds C2 to Similiar In-Ear Headphones
Tribit FlyBuds C2
Specs: semi-in-ear design, dimension: 2.63″ x 1.57″ x 1.1″, weight: 1.55 ounces, charging time: 2 hours (case)/1.5 hours (earbuds), driver: 13mm
Features: wireless, Bluetooth 5.2 (Qualcomm QCC3040 chipset), supported codecs: aptX/AAC/SBC, playtime: 8 hours (for a single charge)/32 hours (with the charging case), built-in 4 mics CVC8.0 noise-canceling, app: Tribit app (24 EQ presets and custom EQ profiles), smart touch control
Specs: form factor: in-ear (half in-ear design), package dimension: 3.03″ x 3.03″ x 1.54, weight: 37.5 grams (charging case)/3.3 grams (a single earbud), speaker size: 14.2mm, battery capacity: 400mAh (charging case)
Features: true wireless earbuds, Bluetooth 5.3, Bluetooth range: up to 33 feet, playtime: 5 hours (single charge)/22 hours (with charging case), fast charge: 10 minutes get 1.5 hours, reset paired button, one-step pairing, TOZO ORIGX Acoustic technology: deliver powerful bass, built-in microphones with DSP digital noise reduction, smart touch control
OYIM MD058A Wireless Earbuds
Color: black, white, rose gold
Specs: semi-in-ear design, dimension: 3.94″ x 3.15″ x 1.18″, weight: 0.141 ounces, speaker driver size: 13mm with powerful, charging type: USB-C, full charge time: 1 hour,
Features: wireless, Bluetooth 5.3 (fast auto pairing), delay: < 65ms, built-in 2 ENC call noise reduction mics on each earbud, touch control, hi-fi stereo, mode: single/twin, waterproof rating: IPX7, playtime: 5 hours (single charge)/25 hours (with charging case), dual LED digital battery display
In the box: OYIM MD058A wireless earbuds, charging case, USB-C charging cable
ZINGBIRD-VEATOOL X15 Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds
Color: black, green
Specs: fit-type: in-ear/on-ear, dimension: 2.4″ x 1″ x 1.8″, weight: 1.76 ounces, charging type: USB-C/wireless charging, charging time: 1 hour (fully charged case)/1.5 hour (fully charged earbuds)
Features: wireless, Bluetooth, one-step pairing, smart touch control, dual digital power display, playtime: 5 hours (earbuds)/50 hours (with charging case), waterproof rating: IPX5, voice assistant
In the box: ZINGBIRD X15 wireless earbuds, 3 x ear tips, user manual, charging case
Tribit FlyBuds 3
Colors: black, pink, white
Specs: in-ear, dimension: 3.4″ x 2.0″ x 1.2″, weight: 0.34 ounces, battery capacity: 2600 mAh rechargeable lithium-ion
Features: true wireless earbuds, Bluetooth 5.0, one-step pairing, waterproof rating: IPX8, deep bass, battery life: 5 hours (earbuds)/100 hours (with case), the charging case can work as a power bank, quick charge 10 mins for 90 mins, touchpad control, comfort fit design, big bass sound
In the box: Tribit FlyBuds 3 wireless earbuds, charging case, 6 pairs of silicone ear tips, 3 pairs of ear fins
Tribit FlyBuds C2 Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds – Pros & Cons
Tribit FlyBuds C2 Review – Final Verdict
I know this wireless earbuds style (no silicone tips) may not suit everyone depending on the shape of each person’s ears. So if you are not sure the Tirbit FlyBuds C2 is right for you. You can try to buy it on Amazon and also can return it if it’s not really right for you. However; everything in this review is from my testing and some things are about feelings that may not be the same for each person. The best thing about these cheap wireless ears is the cheap as well as 24 preset EQs in the Tribit app. Moreover, they have good battery life and also support aptX high-quality audio codec. Okay, it’s time to say thank you for reading the Tribit FlyBuds C2 review. Thanks again.