Jbl endurance peak 2 sports earbuds review
Oct 31,2023 | David
The JBL Endurance Peak 2 will satisfy those with active lifestyles with their secure fit, in-your-face sound, and intuitive touch controls. While there are other true wireless headphones that are better all-rounders, the Endurance Peak 2 will please those looking for sport-focused headphones. So what is the specific performance of this JBL Endurance Peak 2? Let's take a look at some real user reviews.
Product Dimensions：2 x 4 x 6 inches
Item Weight：3.63 ounces
Item model number：JBLENDURPEAKIIBKAM
Batteries：1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
Battery Life：6 hours in buds/24 hours in case
Item Weight：3.63 Ounces
Number Of Items：1
Product name:jbl endurance peak2 Price: $99.95
Rating: 4.0 Where to buy: Amazon or official website.
User review 1：
User:Bridget Nation:United States
“These earphones work well. I liked the sound quality and they seem very durable. I have very small ears so I can't use ear buds like most people because they slide out so I have to use ones with the sport clip ear hooks. I wish I could find some like this that just go over the outside of my ears but the ear bud style is what's popular. I ended up returning them because they hurt the inside of my ears. I tried the different size ear pieces included and I couldn't find any that didn't hurt. The ear hook was fine I had no issues with that or the sound, quality, battery life etc. It was only the ear bud part going into my ears I had a lot of trouble with but it could just be me because like I said above I have small ears. I wish they had worked for me but they didn't. I still give them a good review for overall product”
User review 2：
User:Sas Nation:United States
“Quality of sound is very good. It stays on the ear even when you are doing activities. Battery life is also very good. It is very comfortable and it doesn’t hurt. You can be relaxed it won’t fall off.
As some other reviewer mentioned the manual comes with it is full pictures. You need to understand by looking at the pictures, no word description.
The size of the case is little bigger than other non sports ear buds., but it is not too big it is ok. I would recommend this to a friend.”
User review 3：
User:L. Dobbs Nation:United States
“I cannot fathom building these and advertising them as sporting or exercise headphones. There is no way to turn off the touch control feature, meaning anytime your arms are near your head (I.E. jumping jacks, overhead press/extensions, ab wheels, climbing/bouldering, sometimes even just adjusting them) there's a good chance you'll pause/skip forward/skip back ect. at random mid-set. Of course you could just use them for other activities like running, which runs into the second problem: if you sweat, the headphones will start turning themselves off and on thinking they're being plugged into and out of the case. The manufacturer recommends wiping them off and putting them back on. Not sure they understand where sweat comes from.
Also there's this weird thing about how they want you to rotate them once they're in to turn them on, but I just have cartilage there. I don't know what elf ears they're designed for.
Maybe you like to sit perfectly still in a 68 degree room. Maybe you don't have sweat glands and don't raise your arms above your shoulders when you exercise. If so these are the headphones for you.
I'd try their Dives model but I'm too afraid they'll be optimized for people without skin and will change spotify play-lists if you wiggle your nose wrong.”
User review 4：
“I was looking for the perfect earbuds to use during my workouts. I tried the bose sport ear buds and Jabra elite active 75t and they kept falling out. I then considered these earbuds with ear hooks. They feel really tight and holds pretty well. Audiophiles might complain about the sound fidelity but I dont care. During my workout I am mostly listening to hip hop or electronic and these earbuds are delivering the sound I am expecting. They got a good passive noise canceling. I need to remove one earbud if I want to have a conversation - pausing the music is not enough. I like the rubber feeling they dont feel easy to break I am not afraid of dropping them like the other earbuds. They were pretty easy to pair with Android. You dont need to install any app accessing your data they! The touch control works well there is maybe a 1.5 sec lag when you pause or play but almost no delay when you adjust the volume (maybe the problem is my old phone and the music app I am using!) I am really happy with my purchase.”
User review 5：
User:ProgMetal Nation:United States
“I guess it really depends on what design you’d want if you’re picky like that. Peak wrap around your ear (which i prefer after treating the two) whereas Tune sit in your ear Apple style. I don’t like it because there is no way to adjust size. If you are remotely moving your head around you’re in jeapordy of them falling out.
Peak totally solves that problem. Those aren’t going anywhere.
Perhaps the Tune pump out a little more bass . I listen to heavy music and podcasts with both.
Surprisingly JBL stopped supporting their app to control such things.
Long story short: if you’re working , exercise, etc go with Peak.
If you’re kicking it around home and not being too active I’d say go Tune.
Hope that helps”
User review 6：
User:José Andrés Besednjak Izquierdo Nation:United States
“The audio is really good. I like that it can be used over the ears once you get tired of having them inside the ear. As for the fit I see my previous statement as a solution if you feel they are too tight, they also come with different plastic thingies for different ears. They charge fast enough for me and had not let me down yet. They are kinda water resistant, at least enough to survive a few second under water. But there is no audio controls through the JBL app and there is a small problem with their connection. Every week or so of constant use will cause 1 of them to stop paring with your phone, thankfully it can be solved by putting them on the case and keep your on them until the lights start flashing purple and then stop. That will reset them and make them work as normal. It's mildly annoying because you have to do so every so often and concerning of you don't know what to do. This shouldn't be happening on earphones of this price but it is what it is I guess. Lastly the touch control takes a little to get used to because you have plenty of different things you can do. That's a nice thing, I only wish those could be customizable since I own another JBL products which hold different controls and make it a little confusing.”
User review 7：
User:Matthew Nation:United States
“They advertised these as not ever hurting, which I thought was pretty bold but it turned out to be mostly true... They are very comfortable considering how securely they sit on/in your ear and the sound is very good in that it's loud enough to hear what you're listening to (within reason).but you're still able to hear road noise, if that makes sense. You won't miss the car driving by but it isn't necessary distracting, either. They do stay on/in and don't move around at all which is good but I do experience some discomfort after extended use... To be fair to JBL, they do send multiple rubber gaskets (is that the word for the rubber but that goes in your ear?) for different sized ear canals and I did NOT try them all but went with the ones the middle-sized ones so maybe the discomfort as partially due to that but again, it doesn't seem to occur until it's been about an hour of constant use. The controls are done using touches/slides and are very intuitive... That was probably the biggest surprise and at first I was irritated by that but it was all in my head... I didn't even need to read instructions to figure them out. Definitely recommend these if you're active... if you get the JBL buds without the ear cradle you WILL lose them out of your ear eventually so go ahead and save yourself the pain and heartache and just get these Endurance buds.
Also, the battery life is astounding! These things have been seeing heavy use with me these past few months and I've I ky plugged the case in to charge that thing twice... I wear these daily for st least an hour and they just will not die.”
User review 8：
User:Lowtonez678 Nation:United States
“So I got tired of destroying my ear buds with my sports. Air pods didn’t hold up to activities and work outs without constantly falling out. Between that and sweat, they were destroyed in a short amount of time. I also tried Melomania which were a much better fit for work outs, phone calls on IPhone , teams meeting HP laptop, battery life was about 10x better than AirPods , but eventually due to sweat, the microphone feature got spotty.
So I decided to get these strictly for workouts, AirPods for phone calls, Teams meetings, general use kind of stuff.
These JBL’s took a few weeks for my ears to get used to, they hurt quite a bit the first week. But the sound is fantastic compared to AirPods or Melomania. No worries about them slipping out while sweaty and working out. Some general functions to pause, skip forward/back, on/off. This was really all I need. Will continue to punish this pair. I’m surprised that with such a large casing, the battery life isn’t longer, still better than AirPod case battery life though”
User review 9：
User:MacNasty Nation:United States
“Just got them today and the bass sounds fantastic. I purchased 2 different 40 dollar headphones that are very similar in design but the bass sounded very distorted on deep bass hip hop songs. I listen to all kinds of music and it hit on everything. Not sure why these don't have a lot of reviews but these sound great! I will update more once I see how the battery life is. Got them on sale for 80 bucks, seems like a steal so far.”
User review 10：
User:2155781888 Nation:United States
“The biggest issue I have with this product is the fact that there are no buttons. I understand the technology has moved past the need for them supposedly, but JBL is not quite there yet. The touch controls on these headphones are truly awful. Absolutely no chance you won't need to pull your phone out to pause a song.”
These are some real reviews from Jbl endurance peak 2 sports earbuds users. On the whole, it is a good product, but there are still some problems, such as its touch control keys are inconvenient and insensitive to use,the in-ear design is prone to discomfort after prolonged wear. There are some products with equivalent performance and more comfortable wearing in the market, such as Wissonly Hi Runner bone conduction headphone, which is a good substitute.
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Hi Runner sports bone conduction headphones are open-eared and worn directly on the temples, so your ear canal is completely open, which makes it easy for you to hear the sound of cars and traffic lights outdoors in sports scenes such as running and walking, making you safer to use.
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Hi Runner is the flagship product of Wissonly, and its overall function is also the most perfect. In terms of sound quality, this bone conduction earphone uses the latest research results of wissonly laboratory, which increases the vibration area of the vibrator by 35%. At the same time, it also optimizes the sound transmission direction to make the sound more concentrated and the music more spatial, and it has a good performance in both high and low notes.
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