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    Noise Cancelling (Active)
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    True Wireless
    Maximum Wireless Range
    33 feet
    Water Resistant
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Shokz - OpenFit Air Open-Ear True Wireless Earbuds - Black

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Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars with 101 reviews

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  • Rated 2 out of 5 stars

    Small heads, don't waste your time and money!

    Great sound quality especially after you download the app. You still use your stream apps as normal. The app just helps modify your listing experience. My husband has a very large head and big ears so they are perfect for him and fit comfortably. He loves them except he cant use them while at work because of having to where earplugs and you can't hear a any sound from the earbuds so he is just sticking with his bone conduction ones. ME, one the other hand. I bought these because in ear ones Irritate me and my ears and ive also had a sizer come off one of them and get stuck in my ear before. I was excited to buy these but turns out they are not made for small size heads and ears. No way of adjusting, they actually hurt part of my ears, they feel like they will just fall off, you have to be sure you have no hair anywhere underneath them, the buttons are super sensitive if your hair is damp or if you have to raise your arrms above your head so you have to constantly unpause your music (if you can find the buttons). I will definitely be returning these and hopefully find something that fits. Unfortunately even the bone conduction minis doesn't even fit. Those would work perfect if you could adjust the band to be smaller. Hope this helps someone with a small head like mine. Wish they made ones for kids in this brand cause we really like the sound quality and the app. Works great for normal to large heads.

    Posted by AllisonP

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    So comfortable

    Awesome sound. The comfort of these ear phones are amazing. You will not be disappointed!

    Posted by Kimberly

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Hear the world around! Great for runners.

    This review is prefaced on the idea that one expects to use these earphones in mind of their purpose and design, which dictates that the listener wants to hear their surroundings. These earpieces deliver consistent, strong sound performance via Bluetooth and absolutely still let the listener hear what is happening around them. These are fantastic earbuds for exercising outside. This is my primary use for them, and I think they are fabulous. Pros: Great sound, easy to operate, fit is easy and very secure, easy to operate controls, multi-point pairing, some personalization available through app. Works brilliantly for running outside. Cons: Iimited sound adjustability through app; got a little uncomfortable on right ear after nearly 1.5 hours, plus sunglasses. Not great for treadmill or avoiding noise from coworkers or others. More details: I wasn’t sure what to expect from these Shokz earbuds. I have been growing more disenchanted with wearing more conventional earbuds, even those that allow ambient control to bring outside noise into the listening experience when you want to hear in your environment. I had been considering the bone-conduction models of Shokz, but I didn’t like the band that goes behind the wearer’s head. Enter these Openfit Air Shokz. These are *not* technically bone conduction, and I honestly cannot compare them to other Shokz for that reason. They are little speakers, essentially, that sit just in your ear opening. I know that seems like it won’t work at all, but I have been amazed at what I can now hear while running, even while also still getting good sound on music. I listen to music at a reasonable volume on earbuds, rarely above half-way volume. That works fine for the most part, even on days when I was running in the wind. There’s definitely some wind noise, but honestly I think less than when I was using pass-through ambient earbuds. I *love* these for running outside. They are super secure (again, I wasn’t sure that would be the case, and I don’t have huge ears. I can wear sunglasses and a headband along with the Shokz and have had no issues with fit or security. Battery life seems fine; I have mostly used them for short periods, but after more than an and hour and a half use, they are still at 90%. The case is still at 60% after about a week and multiple (small) charges. So, no complaints. USB C charging is fast. The case is slim and and square. Because the ear hangers have to be ear sized, this case isn’t as tiny as some bud cases, but it’s small enough for a pocket (even in women’s clothes). Touch controls work fine, but the may be annoying in cold weather when wearing gloves. Some personalization is available in the app for the functions on each bud, but they are default for volume and pause/skip, which work fine and are easy enough to do. Sounds performance: good at all levels. Strong bass and strong stereo feels. Lyrics and vocal music come across well. In the app you can adjust the eq for “standard,” “voice” (i.e. for audiobooks or podcasts, talk radio), “bass” and “treble.” I’ve tried these; I think standard works best for most of my music and voice if clearer for listening to non-music audio. Treble might be nice for some orchestral music. The bass setting to me seems to sacrifice a lot of mid and upper tones; and I don’t know that it’s great even for heavy bass music—it all just feels a little muffled. IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO USE THE APP, you don’t have to. But you won’t be able to adjust settings. Two sound caveats. Bluetooth / wireless is way better than it used to be, but it’s not the same as the fidelity with a plug-in, high end, over ear headset. So, I don’t expect buds to perform in that way. Caveat two: I’m centered on the experience while being able to hear other things. So, the sound is impressive in that it’s immersive, clear, and directed astoundingly well as it lets me also hear myself type or the jingling of my dogs’ collars. That does also mean that there is sound leakage. So, people around you might well hear some of what you are listening to. I wore these while casually working at home, and my spouse was in the room with me. He had no idea I was listening to them while working (my hair was covering them), but I was listening at a fairly low volume and his hearing is not as sensitive as mine. If I were working next to somebody, or listening loud, that person might find the Shokz annoying. Also, they are obviously not sound isolating or noise canceling. So, while I love them running outside…I did not enjoy them on the treadmill. Likely they are not the best choice on an airplane either, but I’ve not tested them in the vicinity of screaming baby.

    Posted by CrazyDogPeople

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