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Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headphones $140.84 Delivered @ ProBikeKit


Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headphones $140.84 Delivered ($136.53 after CR)

These bone-conduction headphones let you listen to music or podcasts without blocking your ears, giving you situational awareness which would be useful when doing activities like cycling.

Looks like the cheapest price around. They're US$129.95 on Amazon, who don't ship it here. They get 4.3 stars from 648 reviews on Amazon.

They're the newer titanium model, not the older Bluez 2 model.

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    Good deal OP. I wonder how the sound quality is with bone conduction

    • +1 vote

      They won't sound like regular earphones… you'd really only get these if you need to hear what's happening around you.
      You can also use it in an office so you can listen to music or podcasts while still being able to hear your colleagues calling you. It'll be like your own personal speakers that only you can hear! Unless you crank them up of course.. then there'll probably be a bit of leakage.

    • +3 votes

      I have a set of these and the sound quality for music is not good - lacks bass so music loses a lot of its energy. I use it primarily for podcasts but it's also handy for just listening to background music around the house or at work, while grocery shopping, etc. people can still get your attention with ease.
      I initially bought it for bike riding, however you get way too much wind noise passing your ear and have to turn up the volume to max - probably more damaging to your ears than regular buds that block some of the wind noise.
      Very good price tho and I use mine every day for podcasts.

  • +1 vote

    Which bone does it conduct to?


    My Amazon shows ships to Oz.


    Bone conduction headphones sound much better while swimming. Just a general comment though. Don't know if these are water proof


    Thinking to buy these for motorcycle ride, obviously with the helmet on, mainly to listen to navigation and phone conversation. Theoretically, it should work when I used earplugs. Anyone with experience with this?


      The main thing would be weather they a compatible with your helmet. You would also likely have an issue with wind noise, as these do not reduce outside noise like normal headphones.

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      For me, the part that goes behind the neck is too long - unless there's ample room in the helmet behind your neck I don't think it would fit. You could lower the band to hug ur neck but this way for me it sits too tightly on the bone behind ur ear and gets really sore. Also if it's a sports bike, your neck would be bent back to counter leaning forward so I don't think it's going to work. YMMV though.

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