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AfterShokz Trekz Air Bluetooth Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones for Sport with Microphone,Gray - AS650FG
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- Batteries : 1 CR2 batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12.5 x 10 x 4.8 cm; 36 Grams
- Date First Available : 17 January 2019
- Manufacturer : Aftershokz
- ASIN : B075FMK7SD
- Item model number : AS650
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Get premium sound without the bulk with the AfterShokz Trekz Air headphones. Barely tipping the scale around an ounce, they deliver stellar audio quality while leaving your ears open to ambient sound.
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1- I would use them for cycling. Would they be comfortable with a helmet and sunglasses?
2- Would they actually allow me to listen to music, and hear cars and my surroundings.
Here's the answers. They are very comfortable, and they fit under my helmet and with my sunglasses. (see photos)
- Sound quality is not as good as headphones, but definitely good enough to enjoy my music.
- I can hear my surroundings. If I turn my volume all the way up, it does, obviously, make it more difficult to hear traffic.
- Phone calls: I can hear callers and they can hear me.
Bottom-line for me, they allow me to listen to music and still hear my surroundings. They stay in place, handle all the sweat I can throw at them, have great battery life, and don't lose connection no matter where, in my Jersey, I keep my phone.
They are a bit pricey, but so far I am very happy with them.
They stay on well of their own accord, without being too tight, although it might take some time for you to be accustomed to wearing them.
If you angle the headphones downward, you can lay down on flat ground without bending the headphones, which is good for certain exercises like sit-ups or leg-lifts.
There are some negative traits to the Trekz Air, however. The Bluetooth connection sometimes stutters when playing music. I am uncertain if this is a placebo effect, but placing my phone to my left side seems to lessen these occurrences. Additionally, I've discovered that the Trekz-Air is covered by a rubber-like skin, which is a discovery I found when that aforementioned layer began peeling off and bubbling. I am uncertain on whether it was caused by my sweat, any skin products like sunscreen, or the wipes I've used to clean the headphones with. However, this issue allowed me to utilize the warranty of the product, which Aftershokz upheld. I had registered my Trekz Air to the Aftershokz warranty website the day I received the product, and when I placed a warranty claim, Aftershokz allowed me to receive a replacement product after I had sent in my old Trekz Air headphones with a shipping label provided by the company. I conclude from that process that Aftershokz has great warranty service for the Trekz Air headphones. Additionally, the new headphones they've sent me also had a stuttering issue during media playback, suggesting that it occurs across all Trekz air headphones. The stuttering doesn't last long and doesn't occur frequently, so I am only mildly bothered by it.
My impression of the headphone is that it is convenient and serves its advertised purpose of allowing music listeners to hear their environment as well as the music they enjoy. There are some small flaws, but more often than not, they do not prevent me from enjoying the product.