Bone Conduction Headphones – keep in sync with your environment while you listen to music.

Bone Conduction is an awesome new technology that allows you to hear sound with NO NEED for in-ear OR over-the-ear buds.

Traditional headphones send sound through our eardrums, which is called air conduction.

Whereas, bone conduction is when sound is sent through the bones in your skull. This leaves your eardrums open to your surroundings…


This technology has many useful applications in the world today that include:

  • Potential Health Benefits
    Traditional headphones have been thought to be linked to some health complications, especially in-ear earbuds.
    Having the source of the sound in your ear canal can increase a sound’s volume by 6 to 9 decibels — enough to cause some serious problems.
    Also, it has been thought that the use of headphones can result in aural hygiene problems and potential infection of the ear canal.
    Bone conduction headphones avoid the risk of the aforementioned.
  • Military Applications
    Bone conduction technology has significant military applications, and the military were one of the first users of this tech.
    By using bone conduction headsets on the battlefield, this allows a soldier to be able to tune into their surroundings while also communicating and receiving instructions. This can be the difference between life and death in a situation.
  • Hearing Aid Users
    Thanks to bone conduction, hearing aid users are able to use headphones and hearing aids simultaneously.
    Thousands of people with hearing difficulties have been able to improve their hearing through the use of this tech.
    It does not require a functioning eardrum to work, just a functioning cochlea.

 

Our Top 3 Picks

Aftershokz Sportz Titanium with Microphone

Aftershokz Trekz Titanium – Blue

Aftershokz Trekz Air

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