The Tribit XFree Go is a pair of over-the-ear Bluetooth headphones designed to make your music sound good, whether you’re using wired or wireless. They’re comfortable, foldable, provide long battery life in Bluetooth mode, and sound good. In this Tribit XFree Go review, I’ll talk about the pros and cons of the headphones, then give my recommendations. Let’s get started.
Tribit XFree Go Review
Features with benefits
Sound quality- The XFree Go’s sound quality is crisp and clear, with no distortion when the volume is high. It excels at mid-range sounds (vocals, strings), but it also has a decent bass response for Bluetooth headphones, which isn’t always great in battery-powered headphones. We tested several genres of music, and we were satisfied with the sound.
Performance- Its performance is also good, as it fits the head comfortably and provides a solid seal without being so tight. The earcups swivel up, suitable for holding the headphones over a hat or in a bag. The built quality of the headphones is solid, and they look like you would expect them to. They are foldable, which makes for a convenient carrying case with an included carabiner. Its design is sleek and professional. The build quality is good. It is durable, and the sound quality is excellent.
Battery Life- It has decent battery life, as the manufacturer claims this headphone charges in just 2 hours and can play music for 24 hours, and a ten-minute USB quick charge can give your battery 4 hours of life. This is particularly useful if you are out traveling for a long time. The included charging cable can be plugged into your laptop or portable USB battery pack to give you an emergency charge in the absence of power outlets.
USB Lightning Fast Charge- The XFree Go uses a high-quality battery that charges incredibly fast. In just 10 minutes, you can listen to music for 2 hours. These are probably the world’s fastest charging Bluetooth headphones that allow you to enjoy your favorite music anytime and anywhere with just ten minutes of charge time.
Design and style- The striking design of Tribit Bluetooth headphones is an excellent example of how style and quality can be packed into one. They’re not as flashy as some headphones, but they look stylish and sleek. They aren’t the best-looking pair of Bluetooth headphones around, but they look nice and are unlikely to turn heads with looks alone. They’re a little bulky, but not so much that you wouldn’t want to wear them outside. There could have been some more padding on the inside of the earcups, but they were comfortable enough to wear.
Fit and Comfortability- The XFree Go’s fit is secure, with a soft pad that rests on your head and two adjustable bands. The earcups also rotate to 90-degrees for added comfort. This means you can wear the headphones around your neck when not in use without them weighing down on your shoulders or squeezing against your skin.
Portability- This headphone can go up to 24 hours on a single charge, which means you won’t have to worry about battery life if you’re out and about all day. You also get an included carrying case with headphones that protects them from damage when traveling.
Connectivity- These headphones use Bluetooth 5.0, which is currently the most advanced chipset for Bluetooth devices and has a higher range, faster speeds (up to 2.5x vs. 4.2), and better battery life than its predecessor version (4.2). It also uses multipoint technology so you can connect two Bluetooth devices at once, whether it be your phone, laptop, or other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Compatible- The Tribit wireless over-ear Bluetooth headphone, which is sleek and lightweight, only weighs 7.9 ounces while in its carrying case for convenience on the go. The Bluetooth connection is solid and fast, with high-quality sound at a touch of a button to seamlessly switch between multiple devices. The XFree Go gives you everything you need for your listening experience with its high-quality bass that makes the music feel as if it’s right there with you.
Tribit XFree Go Quote-
“Sleek, durable construction coupled with great sound and long playtime results in a pair of headphones that are hard to beat at their price point” ” For the price, hard to beat” – Gizmodo
Built-in mic and controls- It includes a Qualcomm chip & CVC8.0 noise-canceling microphone for clear phone calls & use. You can answer phone calls, play/pause, and skip tracks easily with the built-in mic. No more having to stop what you’re doing at track-time. Overall, the headphones are easy to use and have great features that help make your listening experience much more enjoyable.
Noise Canceling- This headphone offers CVC8.0 noise-canceling technology for clearer calls in windy or noisy environments while making your voice sound clear at the other end of the call with Tribit’s Bluetooth headphones over ear up to 10 meters away depending on the environment.
What’s in the Box?- Included in the packaging are Tribit’s XFree Go Wireless Headphones, Protective Case, Micro USB Charging Cable, and User manual.
It may feel uncomfortable for larger heads, and the headband could be better padded. After using it for long hours, it may feel a little tight on the head. It is not waterproof and not suitable for outdoor jogging.
Frequently asked question
1. Is Tribit a good brand?
Answer: Yes it is a good brand. It has been around a few years and is growing.
2. How long does it take to charge Tribit XFree Go headphones?
Answer: It takes 2 hours to charge fully with the charging cable provided, and you get 24 hours of sustained playback from a fully charged battery. If you let it run down and need more juice quickly, a 10-minute charge will give you 2 additional hours of playback..
3. How do you pair Tribit XFree Go headphones?
Answer: You can use your phone/device to pair them, or press and hold the power button for 3 seconds on the headphones until they vibrate and then they will appear in your device settings as a new device to pair.
4. Are Tribit XFree Go headphones Bluetooth 5.0?
Answer: Yes they are Bluetooth 5, with a range of up to 30ft (10m). They are 4.2 compatible but will not get the faster speeds or increased distance capability of 5.0.
5. Can I stream to multiple Bluetooth devices at once?
Answer: You can have a phone and computer or tablet paired with the headphones at the same time, but you cannot be streaming music to both at the same time. If you want that, then get an amplifier/splitter like this one.
In the Tribit XFree Go review, we have discussed its key features with advantages and disadvantages. After researching the product we would recommend the Tribit XFree Go headphone to anyone looking for a good pair of over-ear Bluetooth headphones that sound pretty good and have decent battery life. They are not ideal for working out or running, but they are great if you’re just listening to music, watching movies, taking phone calls, etc. for this purpose we think they are great and for the price, you can’t beat them!