AfterShokz Aeropex Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones with Sport Belt Blue Eclipse 2.3 Review

By | May 10, 2020

AfterShokz Aeropex Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones with Sport Belt Blue Eclipse 2.3 Reviews

EXCLUSIVE SPORT PACK – Includes Aeropex bone conduction headphones and sport belt. Unlike traditional headphones that send sound through the ear canals, our patented bone conduction technology delivers audio through the cheekbones. With nothing inside or over your ears, enjoy total awareness and comfort while you listen. BEST SOUND YET – Re-engineered for optimal sound delivery, Aeropex have broken the mold of bone conduction technology. Enjoy louder volume, 50% less sound leakage and wide dynamic stereo sound with PremiumPitch 2. 0+. LONGEST BATTERY LIFE – Enjoy 8 continuous hours of audio while you tackle your goals. Magnetic charging cables charge the headphones in 2 hours. 10 day standby time. IP67 RATED – Completely sweat and waterproof, Aeropex are designed for tough workouts and adventures in the most extreme weather conditions. Moisture detection alert included for safe charging. (Bluetooth headphones not suitable for swimming. ) LIGHTEST AFTERSHOKZ TO DATE – Weighing less than 1 ounce (26g), experience unrivaled comfort for all-day listening.


3 thoughts on “AfterShokz Aeropex Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones with Sport Belt Blue Eclipse 2.3 Review


QpWCA says:

Way too busy, and I don’t typically care enough.Here’s a short and sweet summary: if you can fit the extra $160 into this month’s budget , don’t hesitate – you won’t regret it.Bought this because I wanted louder sound.This seems to be a little bit louder.If you’re looking at these, you’re probably aware of Aftershokz products – open air, bone conduction headphones.The Aeropex is another great product, building on the Trekz Air.I’ve had the titanium model for 2 years, then I upgraded to the Air model.I didn’t think they could get any more comfortable or sound any better, but somehow this model does both.I had high expectations for these, but was really disappointed with the poor sound quality.I tried a number of different angles and positions, but couldn’t get much of any bass out of them and when I did it sounded muffled, distorted, and vibrated annoyingly on my head.I totally love he tech, it’s great and getting better all the time.It’s little weird at first, you take them off the first few times & it’s like you’re head’s still getting phantom vibrations.And I run an online business and know how much reviews mean on Amazon and other marketplaces.I still hate doing them.They were comfortable, sounded great, and were AWESOME for phone and video calls.I saw these and decided to give my Trekz Air to my wife and upgrade.I love my Trekz Air and was excited to upgrade to the Aeropex at a 33% higher price point to see how great the technology can be.What I received was far inferior:1.I used to have a pair of motorola headphones that went around the back of my neck and were bluetooth.I loved these headphones and owned 2 pair.

azGyW says:

Way too busy, and I don’t typically care enough.Here’s a short and sweet summary: if you can fit the extra $160 into this month’s budget , don’t hesitate – you won’t regret it.Bought this because I wanted louder sound.This seems to be a little bit louder.If you’re looking at these, you’re probably aware of Aftershokz products – open air, bone conduction headphones.The Aeropex is another great product, building on the Trekz Air.I’ve had the titanium model for 2 years, then I upgraded to the Air model.I didn’t think they could get any more comfortable or sound any better, but somehow this model does both.I had high expectations for these, but was really disappointed with the poor sound quality.I tried a number of different angles and positions, but couldn’t get much of any bass out of them and when I did it sounded muffled, distorted, and vibrated annoyingly on my head.I totally love he tech, it’s great and getting better all the time.It’s little weird at first, you take them off the first few times & it’s like you’re head’s still getting phantom vibrations.And I run an online business and know how much reviews mean on Amazon and other marketplaces.I still hate doing them.They were comfortable, sounded great, and were AWESOME for phone and video calls.I saw these and decided to give my Trekz Air to my wife and upgrade.I love my Trekz Air and was excited to upgrade to the Aeropex at a 33% higher price point to see how great the technology can be.What I received was far inferior:1.I used to have a pair of motorola headphones that went around the back of my neck and were bluetooth.I loved these headphones and owned 2 pair.

JggDaJ says:

Way too busy, and I don’t typically care enough.Here’s a short and sweet summary: if you can fit the extra $160 into this month’s budget , don’t hesitate – you won’t regret it.Bought this because I wanted louder sound.This seems to be a little bit louder.If you’re looking at these, you’re probably aware of Aftershokz products – open air, bone conduction headphones.The Aeropex is another great product, building on the Trekz Air.I’ve had the titanium model for 2 years, then I upgraded to the Air model.I didn’t think they could get any more comfortable or sound any better, but somehow this model does both.I had high expectations for these, but was really disappointed with the poor sound quality.I tried a number of different angles and positions, but couldn’t get much of any bass out of them and when I did it sounded muffled, distorted, and vibrated annoyingly on my head.I totally love he tech, it’s great and getting better all the time.It’s little weird at first, you take them off the first few times & it’s like you’re head’s still getting phantom vibrations.And I run an online business and know how much reviews mean on Amazon and other marketplaces.I still hate doing them.They were comfortable, sounded great, and were AWESOME for phone and video calls.I saw these and decided to give my Trekz Air to my wife and upgrade.I love my Trekz Air and was excited to upgrade to the Aeropex at a 33% higher price point to see how great the technology can be.What I received was far inferior:1.I used to have a pair of motorola headphones that went around the back of my neck and were bluetooth.I loved these headphones and owned 2 pair.

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