AFTERSHOKZ Trekz Titanium Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones Bluetooth Sweatproof Earphones with Mic for Sports, Black
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You may or may not like this sensation. Per my sub-heading, it is a slightly strange feeling, but one I’ve got used it. With your ears exposed you’ll have to contend with some wind noise when cycling or running, but in my experience, it never proved too distracting. As you might expect, it's also possible to take hands-free calls on the Trekz Air. For that particular feature, each speaker comes equipped with noise canceling microphones to lessen ambient noise during calls to make voices as clear as possible. Performance
With every new iteration, Shokz has successfully managed to shave a considerable amount of weight off the frame and the vital parts of its headphones, to make them lighter to wear and less noticeable when you’re on the move. Put the OpenRun up alongside the Trekz Air launched a few years earlier, and you can appreciate how much slimmer things have really gotten here. They come in a number of different colour options. I chose ‘Midnight Blue’ as grey and green felt boring and the red perhaps looked a bit racy. On reflection, I think all the colours look pretty smart. At any moment the headphones seem to have stopped working, they no longer turn on, I tried to charge them, and two seconds before they were working correctly, what should I do?If you put them down on a hard surface (our kitchen worktop, say), you can hear stuff going on. I guess that’s the point though. They’re vibrating, which probably moves the air around them and maybe the hard surface they’re resting on. That said, if you're just after the Shokz Trekz Air for fitness use, then the battery will be great and easily last a marathon for nearly everyone. There are dual noise-cancelling microphones for hands-free calling. These proved to work great. Callers could hear my voice clearly – even while I was cycling – and they came through loud and clear, too.
Hello, the Trekz AIR cannot be recharged correctly, you have to start over several times. Disconnect and reconnect the cable do you have a solution.My deficient hearing makes telephone conversation difficult. I am a keen cyclist but one of the 11 million in the UK with some form of hearing loss – I’d guess mine is in the worst 3 million. Reply Okay, having written that in jest, now I’ve done the required Google search, it seems that’s exactly what they do. Except it’s not the brain (in the first instance) so much as the cochlea, with the whole process missing out the whole sound waves, ear canal and ear drum bit. Efficient! Nevertheless, if you're looking for a set of bone conduction headphones for longer runs and rides, we'd seriously recommend considering the older Trekz Air over the OpenMove. If you’ll mostly be wearing them while running and won’t have the volume cranked too high, the vibration of the older headset is unlikely to be an issue and we've found its softer, more ergonomic design comfortable enough to wear all day long.