AfterShokz Air Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones with Brilliant Reflective Strips Slate Grey AS650SG-BR Reviews

By | May 12, 2020

AfterShokz Air Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones with Brilliant Reflective Strips Slate Grey AS650SG-BR Review and Specs

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3 thoughts on “AfterShokz Air Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones with Brilliant Reflective Strips Slate Grey AS650SG-BR Reviews


Qzmjt says:

I’m so glad I did because these are easily the best headphones I’ve ever used for running.Some of the negative reviews I’ve read here and seen on youtube are obviously from non-runners expecting the sound quality to be similar to similarly priced normal headphones/earbuds.Having a large head.I was concerned that these may not fit, however they fit perfectly.For being able to hear other activity – greatAs a phone Bluetooth device – Fair to Good The one place where this shines – NO EAR PAIN from extended use.The one place this is poor – it’s not good for relaxing with your head back on a chair or a pillow.I don’t know what that actually entails because there are actual speakers here and all this “technology” does is sit in front of you ear holes and play music.I like that I can hear things around me, but I could do this with ANY over the ear headset while wearing a hat.I got these for the gym cause I needed something that wouldn’t have wires dangling in the way, and wouldn’t keep slipping out of of ears when I sweat.These work great for that, plus I can hear what’s going on around me.I’ve wanted to try them for a long time, but was skeptical as to how well they would work at higher bike speeds, and had a hard time justifying the $150-ish dollars.Was pleasantly surprised.There are regular speakers just positioned next to your ear.When you turn them up everyone around you can hear the sound.I am not happy that there is no skip back function.I listen to music and also listen to audio books.They recommend letting it dry before charging, charge via a computer using only the supplied usb cable and only leaving it connected for a maximum of 1.5 hours.The only approved headphones are ones like these that allow you to be aware of your surroundings.After trying out a couple of co-workers options, I decided to get these.

qbTtc says:

I’m so glad I did because these are easily the best headphones I’ve ever used for running.Some of the negative reviews I’ve read here and seen on youtube are obviously from non-runners expecting the sound quality to be similar to similarly priced normal headphones/earbuds.Having a large head.I was concerned that these may not fit, however they fit perfectly.For being able to hear other activity – greatAs a phone Bluetooth device – Fair to Good The one place where this shines – NO EAR PAIN from extended use.The one place this is poor – it’s not good for relaxing with your head back on a chair or a pillow.I don’t know what that actually entails because there are actual speakers here and all this “technology” does is sit in front of you ear holes and play music.I like that I can hear things around me, but I could do this with ANY over the ear headset while wearing a hat.I got these for the gym cause I needed something that wouldn’t have wires dangling in the way, and wouldn’t keep slipping out of of ears when I sweat.These work great for that, plus I can hear what’s going on around me.I’ve wanted to try them for a long time, but was skeptical as to how well they would work at higher bike speeds, and had a hard time justifying the $150-ish dollars.Was pleasantly surprised.There are regular speakers just positioned next to your ear.When you turn them up everyone around you can hear the sound.I am not happy that there is no skip back function.I listen to music and also listen to audio books.They recommend letting it dry before charging, charge via a computer using only the supplied usb cable and only leaving it connected for a maximum of 1.5 hours.The only approved headphones are ones like these that allow you to be aware of your surroundings.After trying out a couple of co-workers options, I decided to get these.

LKysFp says:

I’m so glad I did because these are easily the best headphones I’ve ever used for running.Some of the negative reviews I’ve read here and seen on youtube are obviously from non-runners expecting the sound quality to be similar to similarly priced normal headphones/earbuds.Having a large head.I was concerned that these may not fit, however they fit perfectly.For being able to hear other activity – greatAs a phone Bluetooth device – Fair to Good The one place where this shines – NO EAR PAIN from extended use.The one place this is poor – it’s not good for relaxing with your head back on a chair or a pillow.I don’t know what that actually entails because there are actual speakers here and all this “technology” does is sit in front of you ear holes and play music.I like that I can hear things around me, but I could do this with ANY over the ear headset while wearing a hat.I got these for the gym cause I needed something that wouldn’t have wires dangling in the way, and wouldn’t keep slipping out of of ears when I sweat.These work great for that, plus I can hear what’s going on around me.I’ve wanted to try them for a long time, but was skeptical as to how well they would work at higher bike speeds, and had a hard time justifying the $150-ish dollars.Was pleasantly surprised.There are regular speakers just positioned next to your ear.When you turn them up everyone around you can hear the sound.I am not happy that there is no skip back function.I listen to music and also listen to audio books.They recommend letting it dry before charging, charge via a computer using only the supplied usb cable and only leaving it connected for a maximum of 1.5 hours.The only approved headphones are ones like these that allow you to be aware of your surroundings.After trying out a couple of co-workers options, I decided to get these.

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