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“Aftershokz pretty much invented open-ear bone
conduction headphones and if that’s the style you’re
after, there’s still no one to really rival them.”
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AfterShokz headphones don't block out sirens, warning shouts and other background noises.
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The bone conduction technology means she won't have anything in or over her ears so can hear workout buddies, oncoming traffic, and passers-by. These are the only headphones approved for UK Athletics road competitions including the London Marathon.
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That openness allows runners and bikers to hear traffic, an important safety feature.
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AfterShokz uses bone conduction technology to send sound through vibrations up the cheekbones and to the ears as a safer option to run with music. They’ll last for eight hours, covering a fair amount of running time when you don’t have to block up your ears.
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The Aeropex is the top-end headset from Aftershokz, which specializes in bone conduction headphones that allow you to enjoy your favorite music without blocking out the sounds of cars, cyclists and other potential dangers around you.
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This is great from a safety perspective and comes with surprisingly little compromise on sound quality, which is excellent. There’s also a comfort bonus – you don’t have to ram and twist them into your ears as you do with some buds.
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They loop over your ear and round the back of your head without touching your neck, gently squeezing your head just below your temples. They stay in place even when you are sprinting flat out, and are comfortable to wear for several hours at a time, including with wraparound sunglasses.
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The Best Bone Conduction Headphones Yet. they make the best case to date for ditching wireless earbuds — especially if you’re wearing them outdoors and want the safety of being able to hear ambient noise over your music.
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It doesn't get much safer for runners and cyclists than wearing bone conducting headphones, such as the Aftershokz Aeropex, for outdoor activities. Essentially, you will be able to listen to music without compromising your spatial awareness.
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The Xtrainerz are a unique and high-performing product that you can pretty much ignore when wearing in a pool.
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Perfect for swimmers in particular, the Aftershokz Xtrainerz are an appealing set of bone-conducting headphones. We just wish they had Bluetooth connectivity for those out of the pool times.
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voice out on phone calls and Discord – they work and work very well. It’s worth noting that the boom microphone can be swivelled up and out of the way, for example, when you are exercising and you want to focus on nothing but listening. Wherever the boom is placed, it stays in place, which is good.
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AfterShokz OpenComm headphones use bone conduction to offer decent audio without covering your ears, making them better for situations that require the hearing of local sounds. They’re also comfortable to wear for long periods.
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If you want to listen to music and also hear what's going on around you then bone conduction is the way to go and these are the best ones I've tried so far.
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bone-conducting headphones aren't supposed to replace 'normal' headphones, rather to give active people an option to enjoy music or listen to podcasts when they exercise without risking their lives in the process by blocking their hearing.
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The open-ear design on AfterShokz allows you to hear the world around you, making your runs, rides and outdoor workouts safer while you fully zone-in on pushing harder.
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They're not cheap, but these are the most complete, high-tech waterproof headphones on the market. The sound is bone-conduced from beside your ear, preventing the risk of swimmer's ear and other potential plugged-ear problems.
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They're the most comfortable bone-conducting headphones I've ever used and man alive, it's so cool to be able to hear outside safely and listen to podcasts or music.
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The Aftershokz Aeropex are the best bone conduction sports headphones you can buy right now. If you’re looking for headphones that are primed for getting sweaty with and you don’t want to drown out the world, the Aftershokz Aeropex are currently your best option.
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OK, so we’re breaking our own rules, but these bone conduction headphones are one of the few pairs we might consider using outside. The reason being that they don’t go in your ears, so you’ll be free to hear ambient noise.
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Unlike traditional models, these work through bone conduction - specifically tiny vibrations at your cheekbones - and sit just behind and in front of your ear, leaving all your hearing capabilities in tact for a safer run, ride, drive or walk. They are also sweat, dust and moisture resistance and are comfortable.
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Need to stay connected to your surroundings while you’re working out? These open-ear-style bone conduction headphones offer brilliant balance between motivational soundtracks and situational awareness. At 29g, they loop over the ears for a comfortable fit, no matter the activity.
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Aftershokz is the undisputed champion of bone-conduction headphones, which leave the ears completely open and instead deliver your music through your cheekbones, and the Aeropex headphones are the company’s best. The benefits of having your ears clear are most apparent when exercising outdoors, but the added awareness is useful in a busy gym too and you could even wear the Aeropex headphones for group classes and still be able to hear the instructor.
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The aeropex uses bone conduction for open-ear listening with an over-ear and wraparound fit that was never in danger of shaking loose on our run. If you’re a city runner who likes to be ultra aware of their surroundings while still having music to motivate you, then they are a good option as the balance you get between real-world sounds and your playlist is excellent. Good, deep bass and discernable volume differences deliver a really unique sensory experience that many runners will really love.
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"The bone-conduction technology allows you to easily hear what happening around you as well as your music or podcasts, making them extra safe for runners and cyclists. Weighing only 25 grams and with a battery life of up to eight hours, these are some of the most comfortable and long-wearing headphones out there. "
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Bone conduction headphones leave your ears clear and instead deliver audio through your cheekbones, which is ideal for maintaining greater awareness of your surroundings while running. 
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Boasting 6 hours of music and calls in a feathery 29g package, they're a smart choice for safety-conscious cyclists - and the sound is impressive too.
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 Sound is incredible underwater thanks to a dedicated swimming EQ, with the bone-conduction pads sitting on your cheekbones and the ear-hook design resting comfortably under a hat or goggles. 
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They’re great for speech so they work very well as a headset for making calls, with good noise reduction. These also have multipoint-Bluetooth pairing, so you can pair them with your phone and PC and easily switch to your phone if a call comes in while you’re on your computer.
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The AfterShokz range of open ear bone-conduction headphones have become a bit of a cult smash in the running world. The new Aeropex starts with that already popular formula of a lightweight headset that allows for good situational awareness, and takes it further.
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This Aftershokz headset really is the ultimate bluetooth integrated headphones and mic set for working from home - especially if you have to keep an ear out for the kids or the front door while you're on a call or listening in. They're honestly so light and comfortable that chances are you'll forget you're wearing them!
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Aftershokz pretty much invented open-ear bone conduction headphones and if that’s the style you’re after, there’s still no one to really rival them.
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 I’ve used them indoor cycling and running outdoors, finding them comfortable no matter how long I wear them as they don’t squeeze my head (lol) and don’t even need to be inserted into the ear.
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These Openmove Bone Conduction headphones also come with all the staples that you would expect from a pair of sports headphones. They are sweat resistant, so they will withstand the most intense workouts. They also come with a 6-hour battery life, so you can go all afternoon with them on.
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This style of earphones is predominantly focussed on outdoor fitness providing increased situational awareness that in-ear options will never be able to offer. Anyone that does outdoor fitness should consider these or something similar. If you are a cyclist, they are a must, and the same is true for anyone running open road events.
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Aftershokz’ wireless bone conduction headphones potentially offer a solution, though. They bypass your auditory canal and eardrum and instead use vibrations to conduct sound through your cheekbones to your cochlea, leaving your ears open to take in ambient sounds.
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From road to mountain biking, the Aftershokz Aeropex headphones have become my go-to for on-bike music and podcast listening thanks to the impressive sound quality, long battery life and open ear design
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