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Aftershokz AS301 Wraparound Sport Mobile Headphones with Bone Conduction Technology - Dark Gray (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Powered by military special ops bone conduction technology
  • Superior comfort - stable wraparound headband
  • Street legal - safer for all outdoor activities
  • Built in mic automatically activates when a call comes in
  • Lifetime warranty
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Technical Details

  • Microphone-Feature
  • Sports-Style

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 4.3 x 2 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007003J2E
  • Item model number: AS301
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 5, 2012

Product Description

AfterShokz Mobile headphones are designed to safely keep joggers, bike riders, skateboarders, hikers and other athletes connected to their music and social life while remaining active. Mobile headphones sit comfortably in front of the ear, delivering sound through the listener’s cheekbones to the inner ear, permitting users to hear ambient noises such as oncoming traffic, car horns, ambulances or other warning noises. If a call comes in while listening to music, AfterShokz technology automatically interrupts and activates the in-line mic, making active mobile communications easier, safer, and more comfortable than ever. AfterShokz Mobile headphones are lightweight, sweat and water resistant, and feature in-line controls, an in-line mic, a 3.5mm standard connector that fits all smart phones, iPhones, iPods, iPads, and MP3 players, and a lifetime warranty.

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Customer Reviews

These work as advertised -- hearing is perfect through conduction.
Apt153
I like that I can listen to music and still hear if needed what is around me.
BAD
Sweating in the ears is a problem for me when wearing reg headphones.
Wholmes123

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Doug on February 29, 2012
I have offered to buy these for my 20ish kids who run. As long as you don't crank up the sound (you can drown out cars) you can hear everything around you. That makes them good indoor in a household, while cooking and even great if someone else is watching TV and you want be able to talk. You don't have to pull the phone off your head. Muting is easy as is turning down volume. Had to play around with Cloud Player's or phone's EQ to get right sound depending on brass, classical, voice, choir, solo, etc. Bass which is felt and heard is cool but the bass is not as low or full or rich as an earbud or over-ear headphone. The cord is shorter than I'd like and the cord is semi-not-flexible, and rubbery so it catches on things,like pockets. For example, I'd like to use hooked to laptop which is further way than an MP3 player or phone. The on/off is a bit heavy, so you definitely want to clip it. That can eat up some of the already short line.

I plan to use them at home, at sporting events, in the airport so I can hear the boarding info. Yes, there is bleed over sound so you can't "crank". I have Shure buds for that and for isolation. That's likely the best way to think about these. If you want isolation these aren't the tool. The bone conduction adds a unique level of musical engagement while still being connected to the outside world.

I forgot to mention they are the most comfortable headphones I've ever worn. Since they sit in front of the ear they can remain in place even when not in use.

One unique point for musicians: I play trumpet and sometimes want to practice with MP3, for example along with an orchestra for classical. These are the first headphones where I can hear the music and myself both clearly. A really nice feature of musicians.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Retrotull on February 18, 2012
I'm deaf in one ear, so was looking forward to this product for connection to my iphone for calls and music. It works as advertised: I could hear from my left ear as well as my right! but the fit was terrible. I have a large head (7 1/2 hat size) and the "one size fits all" was too small to position properly in front of my ears. The instructions say not to place in or over the ear canal, but that was as far as they'd extend when placed behind the head. Worse was the mic cord attachment on the inside radius of the ear band, so the Y connection creates a pressure point on the outer ear. I could only wear these in the prescribed manner for a couple minutes before the pain set in. Now I have to wear it backwards and under my chin: it's okay in my home office but looks stupid otherwise--and not suitable for use on a bike or any other outside activity.

I bought this directly from the manufacturer because Amazon was out of stock.

I'm hoping they come out with an XL size, and move the darn wire to the outside radius over the ear. If they do: 5 stars!!
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By A. Taylor on February 18, 2012
I thought I would be able to listen to these around other people without them hearing what I was listening to. I just tried them today and these function as if they are just speakers held next to year ear. I can hear them fine but so can anyone near me, even at low volume.

The headphones fit me perfectly but they are not adjustable. If you have an average size head you should not have any problems. I did not take off any stars for that because I did not have any problems but I thought it was worth mentioned for those of you who might be wondering.

I plan on keeping the headphones because they will be fine for biking but I had planned on using them in public places and that is not an option if you don't want others hearing your conversation.

I just sent an email to the company a few minutes ago. If/when they respond I will update to let you know what they say.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By BLash on February 19, 2012
I loved the concept of these headphones. And they almost hit a home-run with this product except for one very important factor, the sound quality for listening to music is not at a consistent quality level as the rest of the design and product. I have to say, I found the fit very comfortable, the in-line mic and phone calls to be very clear and the technology very interesting. I wanted to like these headphones and auditioned them for a full week trying to tweak my equalizer settings, position on my head and music genres to see if I could improve the quality of the sound to be even close to basic-quality headphones but despite best efforts and the fact that I really wanted to like these headphones, I couldn't accept the lower sound-quality (a variety of music was consistently hollow, tinny and distant). I knew these headphones would never compare to ear-buds or regular headphones for quality musicality so I thought my expectations were appropriately set. Unfortunately for me, I was wrong. I guess I'm a sound-quality snob or something. I'm sure many people who prioritize hearing their surroundings more then the quality of the music will absolutely love these headphones. They are great and I enjoyed hearing on-coming traffic while walking on the street. But I need a better balance of performance and functionality then what this product can deliver.

I had one more disappointment with this product but it was something I was prepared to live with if the sound quality was better....people around me could not only hear my music playing but they could also hear parts of my phone conversations (if I was in a relatively quiet environment while on the phone with this headset). Not ideal.

So these are going back and my search for the best blend of quality sound, minimalistic design, comfort, clear two-way phone conversations, sport, and compatibility with both Android and iPhone continues.....argh.
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