Author Topic: Bone conductive headphones  (Read 1901 times)

Re: Bone conductive headphones
« Reply #25 on: March 10, 2019, 09:01:29 am »
The Trekz Aftershokz do look the biz, but would they fit over the glasses and hearing aids?
That seems like a lot of 'stuff' over the ears.

I use them with glasses and hearing aids without any problems, mainly at the gym though, I don’t use them while riding.  I’m on second pair as the battery on my first pair gave up the ghost after a few years, but they are excellent and well worth the money.
I also have a pair of the wired ones with a microphone. Which I find really useful for plugging into my work phone to take conference calls. 

Re: Bone conductive headphones
« Reply #26 on: March 10, 2019, 04:21:51 pm »
I use them with glasses and hearing aids without any problems, mainly at the gym though, I don’t use them while riding.  I’m on second pair as the battery on my first pair gave up the ghost after a few years, but they are excellent and well worth the money.
I also have a pair of the wired ones with a microphone. Which I find really useful for plugging into my work phone to take conference calls.
Thanks Aidan. As I said upthread, I've ordered a neck loop as recommended by Kim. so I'll see how I get on with those.
I may add the Aftershokz to my list of toys to buy when I have the cash, though. I don't ride with headphones (no real logic, as I've never actually tried but I don't like the idea and enjoy riding without). However I almost always listen to something when running.
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Re: Bone conductive headphones
« Reply #27 on: March 10, 2019, 04:46:37 pm »
Ran out of time on Saturday to go into the shop to try any on.

Did see lots of people running with them and glasses this morning.
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