In daily life, we often use traditional headphones to listen to, but for many people, bone conduction headphone is strange. Why do we need bone conduction headphones, many people are confused about it, so we will show some real reviews of some consumers to let you really feel the benefits of bone conduction headphones.
Reviewed by K.C
I always use earbuds....i have small ear canals so they fall out frequently and my inner ears get kinda sore with use and i use my headphones a ton! My dr also told me ive got some serious wax buildup he suspects my chronic headphone use is partially to blame. A friend told me about these headphones and i was skeptical. But for the price i figured id give them a try. Im glad i did. Theyre comfortable, have suprisingly great sound quality, and great battery life. Im glad i took the change and ive offically converted from earbuds to these headphones!!
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Reviewed by Sam
First - noise cancellation. That's the bizarre thing with bone conduction headphones. I put earplugs in and all I hear is what's coming from the headphones. That said, I don't really use the earplugs much. I got these so I could listen to podcasts and music without a) cramming something into my ear canal and b) still be able to hear what's going on around me.
The sound quality is good in my opinion. I will say, my husband said he could hear sounds coming from them (admittedly, it made us concerned they weren't truly bone conduction, but then I put in the earplugs and yep, they're bone conduction!)
Comfort - I did figure out that if I'm going to be lying down or relaxing in my recliner, wearing them backwards works beautifully and they're still comfortable. Battery life was as described and charges fairly quickly.
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Reviewed by Maddux
I got these for my 11 yr old son. He always wants to listen to stuff and these are really great because I can talk to him in a normal tone now and have him hear what I'm saying. I tried them too and I really like that the sound isn't super loud like some because I worry about his hearing when he listens to louder music. The sound quality is actually pretty great too!!
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Reviewed by Robin
Meh. I like the idea of not putting earphones inside ear but the sound was faint unless you place anearplugs. Also, started getting tension headaches due to pressure over ear. If wearing for whole 12 hour shift battery lasts about 6 hours . I guess you get what you pay for. The aftershocks brand is much better and sounds better but pricier. I give this a🤷🤷♀️🤷♂️meh rating.
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Reviewed by Jeremy
These are perfect for city life and exercising. They allow you to hear your music (or phone calls) and your environment at the same time. You can be biking, walking or running, and still hear what's going on around you. Plus, they're not IN your ears, so they're much more comfortable and safer than regular headphones, and they won't make you yell when you speak, like in-ear headphones. I wear mine all the time. The battery life and sound quality are great. I'm so satisfied, I immediately bought my brother a pair.
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