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AfterShokz Air AS650CR Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones with Reflective Strips, Canyon Red
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- OPEN-EAR DESIGN - Patented bone conduction technology delivers audio through the cheekbone, keeping you connected and aware of your surroundings.
- DESIGNED FOR LONG-TERM WEAR - The new, organic, wraparound headphone design is 20% lighter than its counterpart Titanium to deliver unnoticeable all-day comfort. The six-hour continuous use battery life further supports long-term wear.
- BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY - Wireless headset with Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity and convenient multipoint pairing. Air is compatible with your iOS and Android Bluetooth-ready smartphones or tablets and Mac and PC computers and laptops.
- PREMIUM AUDIO - These innovative AfterShokz earphones offer PremiumPitch technology for wide dynamic range and rich bass, Leakslayer technology to reduce natural sound leakage, and dual noise-canceling mics.
- VISIBILITY ON-THE-GO - Reflective strips easily adhere to bikes, helmets, shoes, and more. Designed to be visible from up to 500+ feet at night and blend into clothes and gear during the day. Made with durable reflective material.
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How we got our start?Bone conduction technology was introduced into the AfterShokz debut product line in 2011. For the first time ever, AfterShokz had made the unique listening experience provided by bone conduction technology available to the general public.
What makes our product unique?We’re disrupting the headphone industry with our innovative open-ear design and patented bone conduction technology. The result is a premium listening experience while your ears stay open to your surroundings for maximum situational awareness, safety, and connection.
Why we love what we do?Our team is on a mission to enhance lives through our technology. We work to bring you the best combination of performance and quality, continuously improving our products to deliver safety, comfort, and stability, while inspiring connectedness and impacting lives.
Open-Ear Design. Bone conduction technology leaves ears open to ambient sounds while delivering premium audio.
Lightweight & Flexible. Featuring a wraparound titanium frame to ensure comfortable long-term wear.
Sweatproof. Inspired by athletes, an IP55 rating repels sweat, dust, and moisture.
6-Hour Battery. Enjoy audio and dual noise-canceling mics for crystal-clear calls.
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Where to begin with this headphone, I first dipped my foot into the bone conduction headphone pool by purchasing one of the cheaper ones manufactured by Lokmat. I wasn't a fan of the sound quality and the battery quit on me after two weeks of use.
One thing that did win me over as a runner though is the ability to wear a pair of headphones, jam out to my 80's montage mix, AND not become a hood ornament to a lucky passing car.
So I decided to take the plunge and splurge on one of these headphones from Aftershokz.
I'll simplify everything down to one sentence if you are a runner - These are worth it get these.
The air is light, in fact once I wear it I don't even notice it's there, and when I'm running it doesn't jostle around it almost feels like I have my own personal soundtrack to my own terribly boring movie. The one thing to note here is that if you do turn the volume all the way up you'll feel a vibration along your cheek, for some this might be distracting, for me it's fine. I find this to be the case with all headphones of this particular design.
Sound quality, as it stands this is the biggest shortfall of the technology and why I can't quite give this 5 stars, I'm also an audiophile so while this is great for running it's not as good as my earbuds when it comes to sound quality, so if I'm jamming to my music while trying hard not to make eye contact with anyone on the bus I don't honestly recommend these for daily use. Don't get me wrong it's much better than the competition it's just not quite there.
Build quality is perfection, it definitely feels like a premium product right down to the packaging. I did a little stress testing on the back band and it holds up wonderfully. I would comfortably take this pair of headphones out on the trail without any doubt that it would survive.
Final Verdict: 4/5 almost perfect! Sound is decent for what it is, build is solid, feel is a breeze.
I'm an aircraft mechanic and there are helicopters running and taking off just outside the hangar door.
Even with foam earplugs in, the no name brand was not loud enough to hear my music.
Next I bought Tekz titanium by aftershokz, they had plenty of volume and could still be heard with helicopters running, but they're not as comfortable.
My employer is an air medical provider, and I have to wear a mask at work. Over time my ears have been easier to irritate from the elastic and the headphones ridding behind them.
I couldn't just stop wearing my shokz because I also have four conference calls a week to participate in, and my shokz keep my meetings from being heard or distracting other employees from their work.
I bought these aftershokz airs because they have the same curved ear bows as my original no name headset and those never had a real pressure point behind my ears.
The airs have not irritated my ears, and have the same volume and sound as the titaniums, without seeming to buzz on louder or deep notes like the titaniums could sometimes.
The microphone and noise cancelling software does a very good job in a sometimes noisy hangar when I'm on my conference calls, it only seems to struggle with wind noise, but turning my head until the noise abates, and also putting my hand over the ear piece seems to reduce it enough for callers to no longer complain.
The controls are easy to operate and easy to find by touch. My no name headset had three tiny buttons that had nothing to help distinguish between them, aftershokz makes their buttons feel different by touch, since one has a bump on it. Making volume up and down easy to distinguish.
The answer button is easy to find, and works flawlessly.
I usually wear my shokz all day at work, and charge them in the car. I find they normally are ready to also go for an hour or two of exercise after work on my rowbike, my mountain bike, gravel bike, inline skates, kayaks or cross country skis.
The open ear feature of bone conduction allows me to enjoy nature, hear approaching vehicles or faster riders, which is good for safety, while enjoying my music in the background.
It's like a radio playing in the background, but can quickly be stopped by a simple tap if I want, and just as easily restarted.
I've worn earbuds for years at work, but hated not hearing someone talking to me, my last employer didn't allow headphones for safety, but let me wear one earbud at a time, as long as one ear was open. These would have been better because both ears would have been open.
I just sold my friend on a pair of these, he wears two hearing aids and still struggles with hearing people. I saw a display in the store, so I put the demonstration pair on him and turned the music on.
He couldn't believe how good the music sounded, and that I could still talk to him while he listened to the music.
They did not interfere with his hearing aids, which most headphones do he told me.
He was excited to try them out for phone calls, since his wife complains about how loud he turns up the volume on his speakers when she's in the truck with him, or he's on a zoom meeting with his laptop.
He's on one of my conferences each week, and was impressed when I told him that's how I join the meeting and share each week.
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Descuidan mucho la calidad de sonido y sobretodo son terriblemente incómodos.
Son únicamente para correr y tal vez para estar en la computadora.