JBL Endurance Peak 3 vs Tribit Movebuds H1: Which Earbuds are Better for Workout?

JBL Endurance Peak 3 vs Tribit Movebuds H1

JBL Endurance Peak 3 Vs Tribit Movebuds H1 will pit the Movebuds H1 from Tribit against JBL’s very own and latest Endurance Peak 3 to help you find out which one of these buds would be the best pick for you. Differing in terms of specs, features, build quality, and audio quality there are so many things to compare.

  • JBL Endurance Peak 3 vs Tribit Movebuds H1: Which Earbuds are Better for Workout?

The short answer is – “The Endurance Peak 3 has better waterproofing, longer battery life, and a more customizable app, while the MoveBuds H1 has a unique design and good sound quality. Both earbuds offer value for their price, and it ultimately depends on what you want.”

JBL Endurance Peak 3 vs Tribit Movebuds H1

Introduced in this year’s booming CES 2023 event, the 3rd iteration and the upgrade over the JBL Endurance Peak 2 was announced, dubbed simply as per expectation, the JBL Endurance Peak 3. With a price tag that makes it land on the budget segment of earbuds, the JBL Endurance Peak 3 comes packed with features that make it very appealing to people who are looking for a pair of workout earbuds. However, the MoveBuds H1 from Tribit can count itself as a pretty decent pair of workout earbuds, and pack a pretty similar set of features to the Endurance Peak 3. So, which one of these earbuds should you pick for your next workout earbud?

SpecificationJBL Endurance Peak 3Tribit Movebuds H1
Driver10 mm6 mm
Waterproof RatingIP68IP8
Battery life(earbuds)Up to 7 hoursUp to 5 hours
Battery life (with case)Up to 50 HoursUp to 15 Hours
Charging Time2 hours2 hours

Build Quality

As far as workout earbuds go, this isn’t JBL’s first rodeo, and the expertise reflects on the build quality, choice of features, and overall ruggedness of the Endurance Peak 3. As expected, the earbuds come with the highest level of waterproofing available possible with modern technologies in the form of a solid and reliable IP68 rating, providing the buds a ruggedly-built immunity from waves, water, and dust, turning them into THE workout earbuds for when you don’t want to hold back.

However, the MoveBuds H1 from Tribit does not pull any punches either, be that not as strong as the Endurance Peak 3. The Movebuds H1 comes with although lower in comparison but reliable nonetheless rating of IPX8.

The outer panel of the MoveBuds H1 rocks an etching that resembles a turbine with on-ear controls, making them stand out from the rest of the earbuds in the market and making a solid visual impression that highlights how it’s not just a regular piece of earbud but made for workout enthusiasts. On the other hand, with a pretty similar design language, the Endurance Peak 3 also comes with hooks they like to call “Powerhook” design that comes with a bendable “Twistlock” enhancer that makes sure your buds stay clinging on to your ears, no matter how rigorous and intense your workout session gets.

JBL Endurance Peak


If we had to explain the audio produced by the MoveBuds H1 from Tribit in two keywords, it’d be “Robust” and “Rich”. Just because it’s a workout-oriented headphone doesn’t mean you have to settle for an earbud with subpar audio quality, and Tribit, fortunately, realized that pretty well.

On the flip side, there’s nothing much to say if you’re an experienced JBL user since you can easily make the most out of your customized workout playlist with an emphasis on bass, thanks to a 10mm driver that ensures you don’t miss a single beat and push on through.

However, if we take the charging cases in mind, it’s hard NOT to notice how Tribit made their case comparatively larger, which kinda makes you wonder about the kind of battery life Tribit would provide.

While Tribit does rock a reliable 15-hour runtime from a single charge, which is nothing less than impressive in comparison to the general market. HOWEVER, JBL Endurance Peak 3 apparently syncs with its title to become one of the most enduring earbuds ever and comes with a staggering 50 hours of playtime from a single charge, now THAT…dear viewers, is called endurance.

Tribit Movebuds H1


Both of these earbuds however come with their own dedicated app, with JBL giving you full support of JBL’s proprietary headphone app to personalize your headphones settings so you can work your own way, while with Tribit you’re getting access to their proprietary Tribit App, with both apps working as a one-size-fits-all solution for all their respective products.

Final Verdict

The Endurance Peak 3 from JBL has a lot more value in exchange for what you’re paying for. Apart from the JBL Signature Sound, the highest amount of waterproofing, and a lengthy and almost charge-once-a-week 50-hour battery life, the price tag, in our opinion is more than justified. However, with that, an abnormally huge amount of battery life and water protection isn’t, fortunately, a requirement for most workout enthusiasts, if you DO decide to go with Tribit MoveBuds H1 in order to save a few bucks, that won’t be much of a problem as well. It’s a win-win!

So that was our comparison between JBL Endurance Peak 3 and Tribit Movebuds H1. Which one of these earbuds are you going to get to take your workout experience to the next level?

Samiul Haque

Samiul Haque

Samiul Haque has always been fascinated by sci-fi movies, but more specifically by the hi-tech gadgets and devices that people use in those movies. And as smart home devices became more and more popular, Samiul Haque decided to become a dedicated content creator who uses and reviews everything from smart speakers, smart home appliances to the latest smartphones, smartwatches, etc.