AFTERSHOKZ Trekz Air Bone Conduction Wireless Headphones
Bone conduction headphones.
- Nothing in, on or over your ears. While bone conduction transducers deliver music through cheekbone, your ears are open and free. It allows you to hear the music and the world around you at the same time
- AfterShokz is the only Official Headphone chosen by England Athletics since our open ear design allows hearing both music and traffic which is vital for running, cycling and driving on the road
- Award winning AfterShokz bone conduction technology has been granted 300 patents worldwide over the years. PremiumPitch+ expands frequency band and enhances bass response. Proprietary LeakSlayer technology reduces leakage sound by 70%. TitaniumFit assures secure fitting and solid bone conduction contact
- IP55 sweat resistant repelling rain and sweat due to water tight structure design and nano-chemical coating. Bluetooth 4.2 compatible with any Bluetooth enabled devices; 6 hours playback time; for both music and call; dual noise canceling microphone enhances speech; Intuitive AudreySay voice prompt
- Trekz Air is 20% lighter than Trekz Titanium. Trekz Air further has wrap around ergonomic titanium frame, much improved microphones, and updated bone conduction technology
Runners powered by their favourite sound track but still able to hear the traffic around, biker hearing both GPS navigation and cars approaching from behind, office worker enjoying music still maintaining communication with colleagues, mom listening to her podcast but won't miss a single sound bit of her baby in the cradle, vision impaired going around the town hearing both GPS and surroundings… Better yet, there is nothing in their ears.
Bone conduction technology allows hearing the world around you with nothing in your ears.
Officially Recognized Safety
Approved by England Athletics. Safer for running, cycling and driving.
ll Day Comfort
Our lightest headphone, ONLY 30g. Compatible with glasses.
What is bone conduction?
We hear bone conduction sound while eating, drinking and scratching our head, etc. We also hear ourselves talking partially through bone conduction.
That's why we perceive our own voice differently from what other people hear.
Taking advantage of this natural phenomenon, bone conduction transducers guide micro-vibration through the cheekbones to the inner ears, delivering sound without plugging or covering them.