AfterShokz Trekz Air Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, AS650SG

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(6 reviews)
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(14 reviews)
Sound
(51 reviews)
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(10 reviews)
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(9 reviews)
Ear
(23 reviews)
Headphone
(41 reviews)
Pair
(14 reviews)
Thing
(15 reviews)
Ambient noise
(9 reviews)
Environment
(6 reviews)
Wind noise
(5 reviews)
Bite
(3 reviews)
Frequency
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  • Reviews around thing (3.22 of 5)

    AfterShokz Trekz Air Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, AS650SG

    • Given the size of these, I didn't expect any sort of thumping lows but the lack of the crunch noise is a good thing!Two things I don't like so far
    • Given the size of these, I didn't expect any sort of thumping lows but the lack of the crunch noise is a good thing!Two things I don't like so far
    • These things are just amazing and especially great for people that do not like sticking things in their ear for long periods
    • Just like my $15 dollar skullcandies, these things crapped out after 6 months due to sweat... too expensive for me to replace unfortunately, back to cheaper skullcandiesEdit: placed a warranty claim and never heard back.
    • With relatively liberal usage, I can get an easy 8 hours out of these incredible things - at the gym, walking around the city, on my bike, at work, I've truly grown to take for granted how damn magical it is that I can just push a button on my temple and suddenly have music, or a podcast, or an audiobook just... playing
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  • Reviews around wind noise (1.00 of 5)

    AfterShokz Trekz Air Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, AS650SG

    • The open ear design is the best to hear your surroundings while leaving your own ear design to deal with wind noise.
    • If you don't like the wind noises while running or biking, and want to be vigilant of your surroundings, then this is THE ONLY headphone in the market that suits your need
    • Unlike wireless buds that let outside noise in, these aren't affected by wind constantly hitting the microphone, which amplifies the wind noise, drowning out what you're listening
  • Reviews around frequency (1.00 of 5)

    AfterShokz Trekz Air Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, AS650SG

    • Indeed the bass is lacking, however, the reason you feel the bass is lacking is because you listen to garbage (like Beats with high distortion and atrocious frequency response) too much
    • , It loses frequency with some static
    • the sound quality (especially low frequency) drops whenever I move bones (opening your mouth, shaking your head)