I use these pretty exclusively for workouts, so I'm not wearing them for extended periods of time but I don't like having to remember to plug them in all they time between workouts. As a result, these are perfect for me because they've held up easily for a couple hours w/o dying, and I can just drop them in the small carrying case on the go to recharge w/o finding the charging plug and/or an available USB port/wall plug. Once every other week or so I plug in the carrying case to recharge.
I tend to listen mostly to podcasts, so sound quality wasn't a major factor. When I do occasionally listen to music with these, they are good enough. Nothing to get excited about but I didn't expect much given the price point. I will add that my hearing isn't great but I have no problem hearing podcasts which I think
I don't usually like earbuds because they fall out so my last 2 pair of earbuds were over-the-ear Jaybirds. But both have died w/in a year so decided to give something else a try. I typically do have to tighten the Tribit Flybuds 3 a couple times each ear during an hour run, but I've only had an earbud drop out 1 time, and that was when I was sweaty and leaned forward. Generally, they have been pretty secure. They come with a lot of different size ear tips (5 sizes + default) so getting a good fit shouldn't be a problem.
Way better than other waterproof earbuds like Sony WS623. They fit in my ears, are not painful and won't slip when I jogging. I really like the packaging. The orange box is delightful
I wasted a lot of money on earbuds in the past. It seems that this product combines cost, quality and features to meet my requirements: waterproof, light weight, comfortable, USB-C. Good value for the money. I tried some songs and podcasts, considered it's only ~$35, good sound quality