Treblab Noise-Cancelling Wireless Earbuds
Treblab Noise-Cancelling Wireless Earbuds
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Let’s face it, headphones tend to get in the way when working out. But they don’t have to ... Read More
Powerful, Wireless & Inconspicuous

Let’s face it, headphones tend to get in the way when working out. But they don’t have to. The HD Treblab XR500 earbuds offer an unobtrusive solution for those on the go. With a comfortable in-ear fit that’s supported by over-ear clips, these wireless headphones are meant to stay put. Utilizing Bluetooth 4.1 technology, they offer up to nine hours of noise-cancelling play time on a single charge. They even allow you to control music and answer calls without laying hands on your devices. For guaranteed protection in intense workouts has an IPX-7 waterproof rating to protect against sweat. They will also come with differently sized eartips and a carrying pouch.

Note: This drop has limited quantities available.

XR500 Black
XR500 White
XR100 Black
XR100 White
  • Bluetooth 4.1 CSR
  • Bluetooth range: 38 ft
  • Bluetooth profiles: HFP, HSP, A2DP, AVRCP
  • Noise-cancellation: СVС 6.0
  • Charging time: 2 hrs
  • Play time: Up to 9 hrs
  • IPX-7 waterproof
  • Supports multiple device connections
  • In-ear voice prompts
  • Battery indicators
  • Passive noise cancellation with expandable foam eartips
  • Soft rubber finish
  • Secure hooks
  • Answer and deny calls
  • Skip, pause, and play music
  • Adjust volume
  • Zipper pouch
  • 2 sets (silicone and foam ones) with 3 different sizes of ear tips
  • Cord minder
  • Micro USB charging cable
  • 1-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Sep 13, 2017 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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Update 5/2/2018: So I've had the XR500s for a little over a year now, if you listen to them as vanilla settings for a while you get used to them and like it for certain songs over tweaking the bass, though that might be the increase in impacted ear wax's doing. But if you listen to podcasts or anything that has a lot of talking or singing, the voices become muffled very heavily and almost hilariously distorted. With that said though, when I was talking about bass, I wasn't talking about punchy bass, I was talking about loud annoying and overpowering bass. Everyone loves punchy bass, but the XR500s just don't have it. It's loud, it's overpowering and it's just flat out annoying. Though they hold on to my head very tight and fit very comfortably in my ears. The extra tips are nice but seem to take up too much space in the carrying case (I took them out and left them at home). Battery life is awesome, the only time they die on me is when I haven't charged them for a few days, even then, they only take like an hour to charge. The bluetooth can be kind of shoddy when connecting, (on every device I've tested this on they take like 15-30 seconds to start playing music properly) and sometimes when connecting to my chromebook, they'll outright turn off almost immediately after connecting. Though I've never seen this happen on my phone, so take that with a grain of salt. They're also water resistant... kind of, if any water gets into the speaker it won't damage it but it'll shut the speaker off until you wipe up the water and reboot the headphones. Though that was from me using them in the shower, which they're rated for IPX7 however I wouldn't trust that myself, because there's a hole where the light for the earbuds is supposed to shine through which water can seep into. Though at least the warranty is good... not really, on there site they advertise "lifetime warranty" but as soon as you click to sign up it gives you only a year warranty. wtf? Borderline false advertising. So I'm writing this review as my headphones have broke to where I can only hear out of the right ear piece and can't hear out of the left ear piece (at all, no commands will even come through) unless I fiddle with the cable. Would I recommend this? To the average consumer? God no, as you'll spend hours trying to get the bass to bearable levels while still sounding good. Are they worth MSRP ($179.99), jesus christ no. Are they worth their full price on amazon ($70), not really. Are they at least worth what they're being sold for on treblabs store currently ($29.99), I guess. But you have to jump through a lot of hoops do all these things to get the best experience you can. If you're a handy, young person with time, sure go for it. But if you're one of those "what's a computer" type people I would advise you to stay as far away from these headphones as you can.