Tribit Movebuds H1 Bring Comfort and Entertainment All Day Long

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What do you dislike most about the many pairs of earbuds you’ve probably had over the years?

Is it the discomfort you get after an hour or two of use? Maybe they keep falling out every time you get into your workout routine because of a poor fit. Or perhaps you just finished a walk or jog in the rain to find that something has malfunctioned because of a bit of dampness. Whatever the case, Tribit MoveBuds H1 are the answer to many of the issues you’ve undoubtedly experienced with your other earbuds.

Practical in every way

The MoveBuds H1 aren’t just comfortable, they’re practical no matter how you look at them. Many wireless earbuds need to be recharged frequently, but not these! With a 15-hour play time and the charging case, you can get up to 50 hours of music without having to visit your nearest outlet. Even better, the charging case only takes two hours to charge back up when needed!

What about hands-free use while driving or on the go? Tribit has that covered too. The MoveBuds H1 include microphones in both earbuds and can operate independently, meaning that you can use one at a time and still get all the functionality with a voice assistant. This is a big downfall in other earbuds that typically only have one working microphone between the pair.

IPX8 waterproof

Boxer Tribit MoveBuds H1 Wireless Earbuds

The MoveBuds H1 boast the IPX8 waterproof seal. Devices with this rating can be fully immersed in water (or sweat) and still operate exactly as expected. Running in the rain or hanging out by the pool is not something wearers have to worry about with the MoveBuds. Many devices will fail when the environment gets damp, so having that waterproof seal is important if you plan to wear these for anything other than sitting on the couch.


While the MoveBuds are unbelievably reliable and practical, there are just a few drawbacks. The current range of the earbuds is approximately 32 feet. While this will not be an issue in most cases, moving around to other rooms or straying too far from your phone or computer could cause loss of signal. The other drawback is that these currently only come in over-ear options and many prefer to have a slightly more discrete earbud, even if it does sacrifice extra protection.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

The Movebuds H1 benefits and build far outweigh the few drawbacks that come with an exceptional earbud like these. Top-notch battery life, waterproof, and comfort are all you need to know when it comes to purchasing a pair from Tribit.

Adam Lucci
Adam Lucci

Adam Lucci, a Melbourne resident, is a technology aficionado with a talent for evaluating the latest, most stylish gadgets, With his extensive background in health and fitness as a seasoned lifeguard at Watermarc Belgravia Leisure, Adam's evaluations of fitness gadgets are informed by his expertise in this field.