Experience high-quality audio with the PremiumPitch feature of these AfterShokz Air Bluetooth headphones. The wraparound, flexible frame provides a comfortable, stable fit for all-day use, and the OpenFit design lets you hear important ambient sounds. Activate playback, power and talk functions on these red AfterShokz Air Bluetooth headphones via voice prompts delivered by Audrey Says.
Bone conduction technology
Delivers music through your cheekbones, ensuring ears remain completely open to hear ambient sounds.
Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity
Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device.
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Offers up to six hours of continuous music and calls on a single charge.
IP55 certified to repel sweat, dust and moisture, from workouts to wicked weather.
This is the best way to listen to music. Light weight. You hardly know you have it on. Easy to connect to devices with Bluetooth. I have told many people about these ear headphones,I feel like an salesperson. My wife also has an pair, she love them better than me.
Usually I don’t write reviews but at this time I’m compelled to write because I’m extremely impressed with aftershock air open ear headphones, very comfortable even I don’t fill that I have headphones on, battery life, I charge every other day. Thank you aftershock you change my life
Doesn't have noise reduction, and battery life very poor
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Trekz adds a soundtrack to my life
No pun intended but the Aftershokz Trekz Air headphones have truly opened my ears. I now listen to music and take phone calls for 4-6 hours a day with these. I have given them a Doza Down low score of 9.25. Why?
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I’ve read about these and have tried at least 8 other types of headphones for running. I run about 60 miles a week and my headphones get a tone of use. These are amazing and safe. Easy to use and I love them.
The BestBuy guy recommended these to me when I said I was looking for something to wear whilst biking and walking. I didn't like the way some of the in ear ones fit, and I was afraid to get the completely wireless ones, in case one fell out when I was biking. These sit in front of your ears on your cheekbone. Good sound, easy to connect to your phone, woks with ok google to call people, and stream music. The best thing is you can still hear someone coming behind you, and you don't lose your situational awareness. I highly recommend them!
I've been using these headphones for about a month an absolutely love them so far! These let in tons of ambient noise, so they're perfect to listen with at the gym, in stores, or on my bike. I have much better situational awareness without having to blast my phone for the whole world to hear. That said- the audio quality on these is... not great. I don't use them for casual listening at all. However, they're awesome at what I use them for- listening to my podcasts while working out. As long as you're not expecting a live concert experience out of these, I think you'll be happy with them.
it is great design and well-though for people like me who don't like to be completely block my ears just for the music or talking on the phone but able hear the surround while still enjoy listing to the music. It is also great for people surround you, and who might not like your music style cause they can't hear it unless you use the max value. However, the one thing that bother me is when I talk or move my jaw, I can hear the inconsistent volume. It is also a very expensive ears phone but I understand that it has the feature I wanted and I am paying for it. I hope the next generation one will be able to eliminate this problem I mentioned but for now I am happy with it.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about reliability, portability, design and comfort. Editors are less positive about price and have mixed opinions about sound. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 87/100 = Very good quality.
TechRadarRating, 4 out of 54.0Jamie Carter on January 11, 2018
AfterShokz Trekz Air headphones review
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rtings.comRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Marc Henney , Sam Vafaei, Yannick Khong, Jean-Simo on November 7, 2018
AfterShokz Trekz Air HEADPHONES
The AfterShokz Trekz Air are unique headphones designed for outdoors sports like running, cycling and for people who want to hear everything around them. They are not your typical headphones that send music inside your ears, but they use boneFull Review
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techgearlab.comRating, 3 out of 53.0Max Mutter Steven Tata Learn more change compariso on October 29, 2018
AfterShokz Trekz Air Review
There are certain activities that call for your ears remaining uncovered, cycling being chief amongst them. In fact, cycling was the one athletic endeavorFull Review
cnet.com.auRating, 4 out of 54.0David Carnoy on October 30, 2017
The AfterShokz Trekz Air is the best bone-conduction headphone yet
The new, slimmer version of the Trekz Titanium wireless headphone is more comfortable and sounds slightly better than its predecessor.Full Review
A:AnswerHeadphones do announce call, and able to click over to call. Can pause, play, skip songs. Mute the mic, reject call, redial last number. Voice activated commands available.
Many, many other perks with these headphones, too many to mention. Google item for details.
A:AnswerWind does not seem to bother them. Your ears are not covered and thus outside sounds will take the usual route. It is possible to "hear" sound from both the ear and bone conduction My set came with ear plugs. When in place this gives the earphones a sound blocking/isolation effect since the wind may generate noise around the helmet/ears. They block that sound. I have good luck with the headphones for listening and the mic is very good. Both use jawbone technology for a very good headphone experience.