What is the opinion of Reddit about the
AfterShokz Titanium Bone Conduction Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, Slate Grey?

A total of 24 reviews of this product on Reddit.

4 points

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22nd Nov 2017

For headphones, yeah they were kind of expensive yeah. I’m used to paying between $30-$50 for Bluetooth headphones, and these were $100. Worth it though.

I was also surprised to find when I was looking for them that none of the big name brands you normally associate with headphones are in the bone conduction market yet. The best brand for them right now is a Chinese company. This is the Amazon product page of what I got.

AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, (AS600SG) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018XNGQOE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_rLCfAbBTYPB6B

2 points

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3rd Sep 2018

I use Logitech Artemis Spectrum, but the cup is a bit small for my fresh industrial, but with a healed it would be fine. If I could suggest any for a tragus, it would be AfterShokz Trekz. They work through cochlear bone conduction so you won’t have anything in your ear canal. Only downfall is it isn’t cut off from the world and you can still hear things, but it is nice if you want to go for a jog.

1 point

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27th Aug 2020

This is what I use and I love it. Great microphone and I don’t have things stuck in my ears all day.

AfterShokz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, AS600SG,Gray

1 point

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30th Sep 2018

Here is the top search result for them on Amazon. Actually just added these to my wishlist, they’re not as expensive as I thought.

1 point

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13th Jul 2018

The sound is conducted through your bones. I would try them in the store first. You will be able to hear the OTF music and coaching AND your music. It could be overwhelming, but I need my music. The coach lets me put my phone in their area and I change songs with my Apple Watch.

https://www.amazon.com/Aftershokz-AS600IG-Titanium-Conduction-Headphones/dp/B018XNGQOE?th=1&psc=1

1 point

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26th Feb 2018

https://www.amazon.co.uk/AfterShokz-Conduction-Headphones-Microphone-grey/dp/B018XNGQOE

Not really budget at 100 Quid, but they checked all my boxes.

12+ hour battery (mines closer to 16-18hr of playback), Bluetooth and it’s great for noisy localls too because of the conduction method (they actually come with ear plugs, and will greatly increase the depth of the sound)

1 point

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11th Oct 2017

Looking for some help picking up headphones for biking and a decent commute. Most important factor for me is comfort, being able to hear cars / my environment, and then the sound. I was considering IEMs but their noise isolation has me thinking they’re problematic. Budget isn’t a big concern. Sourced through my phone.

Has anyone given the Aftershokz Trekz or similar bone conductive headphones a try?

1 point

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11th Oct 2017

Looking for some help picking up headphones for biking and a decent commute. Most important factor for me is comfort, being able to hear cars / my environment, and then the sound. I was considering IEMs but their noise isolation has me thinking they’re problematic. Budget isn’t a big concern. Sourced through my phone.

Has anyone given the Aftershokz Trekz or similar bone conductive headphones a try?

1 point

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26th Jul 2017

I have ones called aftershockz since March. I love them. We have a one phone in ear policy here for safety and this gets around the rule because there not in my ears. I can hear people when they talk to me as well. A little pricy for headphones but they have been flawless.

Aftershokz AS600SG Trekz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018XNGQOE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_qfjEzbJG7Z6QP

1 point

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27th Apr 2017

Aftershokz AS600SG Trekz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018XNGQOE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_hXvazbNRSSVVE

These are awesome, and you can still here cars. I’ve used them for office environments (when acceptable), biking, and running.

1 point

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28th Jan 2017
1 point

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23rd Jan 2017

I’m in the same boat as you. My sweat has killed so many headphones (most were so-called sweatproof), that I’ve given up on wearing them. For the most part it’s been okay without them, but there are times when I need/really really want them though.

If you’re anything like me, you also probably wouldn’t like on the ear headphones either. It feels like the my ears can’t breath or something. That probably doesn’t make sense, but I found it annoying when running and I ended up just taking them off. Also, the ear pad got so full of sweat that it was only a matter of time before they died also.

I’m turning to these as a last resort:
https://www.amazon.com/Aftershokz-AS600SG-Titanium-Conduction-Headphones/dp/B018XNGQOE/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1485205535&sr=1-3&keywords=bone+conduction+earphones

I haven’t tried them yet (still saving for them), I’m kind of nervous on spending that much for a pair of headphones, considering my track record. I plan of getting them through REI so they can have my back if these headphone fail the LeWaffer Sweat Test.

1 point

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7th Nov 2016

I have Jaybirds and like but don’t love them. I find the part that goes into your ears too big for my liking. I recently picked up a pair of Aftershokz Titaniums and love them. The bone conduction makes them great if I want to be able to hear traffic sounds or conversations. If I don’t I just pop in ear plugs.

3 points

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19th Jan 2018

Yep, amazon has them here. This the the link to the black ones. There are other colors as well

1 point

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29th Jan 2022

AfterShokz Titanium Bone Conduction Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, Slate Grey https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018XNGQOE/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_QH4PCWVZ2W0Z83Q31365

1 point

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12th Jul 2019

Are you not able to swap ears (if it’s an audio earpiece or headset then you absoultely should find a work around). I sincerely hope you’re not sharing it with other people and if you are – buy some alcohol wipes. But it’s important you let your ear air out and rest. Do try find a cheap alternative because if you can’t see a doc you need to take preventative measures yesterday. You can buy headphones and ear pieces that don’t go over or in your ear at all. Check this out (and the pictures) https://www.amazon.co.uk/AfterShokz-Conduction-Bluetooth-Headphones-Microphone-grey/dp/B018XNGQOE . Good luck!

1 point

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26th Jan 2018

Queste o queste. Ma io sono uno che quando fa(ceva) sport non vuole isolarsi per paura di essere investito.

1 point

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28th Dec 2017

They were developed by speech pathologists for people with hearing disabilities.

https://www.amazon.com/AfterShokz-Titanium-Conduction-Headphones-AS600SG/dp/B018XNGQOE

1 point

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28th Dec 2017

I use these they’re great: AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, (AS600SG) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018XNGQOE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_o5orAbC26N164

1 point

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9th Sep 2017

I use these when I need turn by turn directions.

1 point

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8th Sep 2016