Over 300 patents worldwide.
No wires. No bulk. No limits.
Bone conduction technology leaves ears
open to ambient sounds.
Over 300 patents worldwide.
All day comfort, nothing in your ears.
Compatible with glasses, hats,
cycling helmets and more.
Weighing just 30g,
experience unnoticeable comfort for
Go hard in every element.
Inspired by athletes, these headphones
sweat, dust and moisture to
help you push any limit.
Wraparound Titanium frame ensures
a secure fit
that will stay in place during
any workout or adventure.
6-Hour battery life and a dual
make taking calls or listening to music effortless.
Yes. Air headphones can be worn comfortably with spectacles and helmets. As for hearing aids, it depends on the hearing aids' styles and design.
Air headphones are designed one standard size and fit for most users.
Air headphones can pair to most Bluetooth devices that use Bluetooth 3.1 or higher, including mobiles, tablets, computers, watches, and some televisions. Air headphones cannot pair with gaming consoles and some transmitters. For more information, please contact us.
Absolutely you can. There are two microphones on the left of Air headphones, so you can take phone calls easily with the multifunction button.
We aim to ensure that you receive your order as quickly as possible. Once your order is successfully submitted, our warehouse processes your order the following business day. Kindly note that orders placed after Friday 5:00 pm (GMT+1) will be dispatched on Monday. Normally the parcel will arrive within 5 business days. Additionally, please note that parcels can only be shipped to the mainland of the United Kingdom.
AfterShokz headphones don't work equally well with all hearing impairments. How well sound is received by the user depends on the type of hearing impairment. Unlike traditional air conduction headphones, AfterShokz headphones use patented bone conduction technology where transducers send slight vibrations through the cheekbones and deliver sound directly to the inner ear, bypassing the eardrum. Those with damaged eardrums but a healthy cochlea are most likely to benefit.
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I love my Air headphones, comfortable and sound great, but had to return 3 times as they failed either to charge or turn on. After the third pair gave up the ghost I wasn’t allowed to exchange again as I was out of the warranty period for the 1st pair I got.
TLDR: They are amazing I would recommend them to everyone.
So I've tried A LOT of in-earphones, some cabled, some Bluetooth. I hated the cables one with one exception and some of the Bluetooth ones were a bit dodgy with connections again with one exception (I'm not going to name those here because this review is not about them). And worst of all I could never get a pair of in-earphones that would stay in place, especially if I took one out.
When the Air pod types started coming out I looked at them but they were expensive and had mixed reviews.
Then I saw a guy on a youtube channel who always had earphones on that looked different than normal ones and I searched online to find out what he was wearing. That's when I came across the Aftershokz bone-conducting headphones/earphones and was really intrigued. I'd heard of this type of headphones before but wasn't sure they would be very good. I couldn't have been more wrong!
Anyway, it was at the same time that my mother had an accident that left her immobile and having carers come in three times a day to look after her, but there was a couple of incidents when she had a problem and had to wait for the carers to come or to phone me (which became increasingly difficult for her), so I moved back into my mother's house to look after her in between the carers visits.
But there were a couple of times she need me when I had my earphones in and I didn't hear her straight away when she needed my help.
So I looked again at the Aftershokz bone-conducting headphones and they were on sale on Amazon so I brought the TrekzAir model.
I was amazed at the sound quality and the fact I could still hear everything around me.
I wear them every day and very often forget they are on me. For me, they last about two days before they tell me to charge them. They charge quickly and thinking about it now I must have charged them hundreds of times now and the battery life is still as good as when I brought them. I use them for all my phone calls and they are great, in fact, I had a call when they were on charge recently and putting the phone to my ear felt really strange and unnatural.
I can link them to two devices (my phone and my Amazon firetv stick). This meant I could take calls or watch youtube videos on my phone, or watch Netflix and Amazon prime videos on the firetv stick and not disturb my mum, and most importantly I could hear her if she needed me.
I can wear them in bed without them pressing into my ear if I'm on my side and quite often fall asleep with them on.
If I want to hear a bit more of what's around me I can move one side of them up or down and still be able to hear what is playing through them.
They don't get in the way of my glasses that I sometimes need to wear, or my face mask during this pandemic when I go out.
If I want to block out what's around me they come with earplugs that let me just listen to what is playing and the sound is even better.
Seriously, I can't recommend these enough, and I'm now considering getting the Aeropex model as I've had my current ones for a couple of years now and while mine are still fantastic I know they have made improvements to all their models and I really want to try the Aeropex ones.
I love my AirPods with the brilliant sound quality and ease of use. However I was worried about losing them on wet muddy winter park runs. I also wanted to hear more of what was going on around me. I was bought a set of Aftershoks for Christmas and initially was a little disappointed with the sound quality compared to the in ear AirPods. However, when you use them for running where the music is just a distraction they make complete sense as after a few mins of running you don’t notice the sound quality as it’s more than good enough for running. Being able to hear everything around you is brilliant to. I never run with my AirPods now. An easy 5 stars from me.
Sadly for me there are a few things I dislike about these. You can’t wear these with a headband which is frustrating in cold and windy conditions. I also feel they are a little bit big so do bounce a bit at the back of my head). The buttons are also tiny so I find myself having to take the headset off to find the right button. They do serve a great purpose but I expected excellence based on all the other rave reviews I’ve seen, so have been a little disappointed.
I’ve had the Air’s for roughly 3 months and used them for running and cycle. They have far exceeded my expectations when connected to my phone and Garmin watch. The music quality is very good and only struggles a bit when your in very loud traffic. Also I’ve used them a lot while running and they didn’t fall off your head or move around much, which is brilliant!