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Aftershokz Treks titanium customer returns £44.84 delivered @ QVC

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Posted 23rd Feb

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MissLaraCroft23/02/2020 22:14

I think TechMoan has done a review of these.I've got the AfterShokz …I think TechMoan has done a review of these.I've got the AfterShokz Aeropex and find them great. You really do forget you're wearing them.


I have the titanium and upgraded them to the aeropex after almost 2 years of abusing them in rain, snow and with lots of sweat. The aeropex are much better in sound quality and general fit (2 years more development), but this is a brilliant price for the titanium. and is a third cheaper than the aeropex.

Id not recommend buying them for the sound quality but if running/walking on roads, they make a big difference in hearing cars coming. I walk and run on country roads and feel much safer in these than earphones

Also some running events only allow Aftershokz and no other types of earphones/headphones
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Haven’t actually tried these but tempted for when I run. That said reviews I’ve read have said they are great for podcasts but not so much for listening to music
These are pretty much the basic model which AFAICT isn't very good anyway
jouster23/02/2020 21:57

Haven’t actually tried these but tempted for when I run. That said r …Haven’t actually tried these but tempted for when I run. That said reviews I’ve read have said they are great for podcasts but not so much for listening to music


I’ve had them a few months now and they’re fine for music when doing stuff around the house etc but when out running they have to be turned up (depending on surrounding noise) so yes speech in podcasts is better than music.
binned-it23/02/2020 22:04

I’ve had them a few months now and they’re fine for music when doing stuff …I’ve had them a few months now and they’re fine for music when doing stuff around the house etc but when out running they have to be turned up (depending on surrounding noise) so yes speech in podcasts is better than music.


Thanks for clarifying. Maybe I’ll give them a miss. Running with Airpods for now which work well with my AW4
I think TechMoan has done a review of these.

I've got the AfterShokz Aeropex and find them great. You really do forget you're wearing them.
MissLaraCroft23/02/2020 22:14

I think TechMoan has done a review of these.I've got the AfterShokz …I think TechMoan has done a review of these.I've got the AfterShokz Aeropex and find them great. You really do forget you're wearing them.


I have the titanium and upgraded them to the aeropex after almost 2 years of abusing them in rain, snow and with lots of sweat. The aeropex are much better in sound quality and general fit (2 years more development), but this is a brilliant price for the titanium. and is a third cheaper than the aeropex.

Id not recommend buying them for the sound quality but if running/walking on roads, they make a big difference in hearing cars coming. I walk and run on country roads and feel much safer in these than earphones

Also some running events only allow Aftershokz and no other types of earphones/headphones
While this is a good deal, in the end I returned mine. If you like dance music or anything with a beat they tend to distort very heavily. Try using at the gym while getting up / down (e.g. bench press) and they just fall off no matter how you try and set them.

They're an interesting concept but don't work really well for me. Running wise definitely an advantage as you can hear the outside world which is essential for safety, however if you want to "get in the zone" gym/anywhere else then these will not be for you.
Brilliant for use on a push bike! Easy to adjust volume, take calls, listen to SMS (if your phone does that). Listen to inspirational music, hear traffic and people shouting ("why can't you stop at red lights like Cars do?")..... Battery lasts for ages. Robust but I managed to break the supposedly Titanium strap at one side, fixed with amalgamating tape, good as new! Used these for three years. Bargain.
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Snosh23/02/2020 22:30

Id not recommend buying them for the sound quality but if running/walking …Id not recommend buying them for the sound quality but if running/walking on roads, they make a big difference in hearing cars coming. I walk and run on country roads and feel much safer in these than earphonesAlso some running events only allow Aftershokz and no other types of earphones/headphones


There's an equivalent product with better sound quality, the Bose Frames. They're sunglasses with Bluetooth speakers in the arms that fire towards your ears. Sound quality is similar to earphones that don't block your ear canal but you can still hear your surroundings.
StudentGrant24/02/2020 01:26

Brilliant for use on a push bike! Easy to adjust volume, take calls, …Brilliant for use on a push bike! Easy to adjust volume, take calls, listen to SMS (if your phone does that). Listen to inspirational music, hear traffic and people shouting ("why can't you stop at red lights like Cars do?")..... Battery lasts for ages. Robust but I managed to break the supposedly Titanium strap at one side, fixed with amalgamating tape, good as new! Used these for three years. Bargain.


So the real question; why don’t you stop at red lights like instructed?
jamhops24/02/2020 08:14

So the real question; why don’t you stop at red lights like instructed?


Yawn
I've had the Titaniums for 18 months now, and the internal on one side has just started to rattle annoyingly.

I'm definitely going to get another pair of bone conduction headphones, as I love them for running, but am unsure whether to get another pair of Titaniums, or upgrade to either the air or aeropex?

I'm not hugely fussed by audio quality, but wondering if they sit better/are more comfortable or the lighter weight is noticeable?
jamhops24/02/2020 08:14

So the real question; why don’t you stop at red lights like instructed?



I guess the real answer to that is some people cannot spot a joke. The punchline in this case would be that certain cyclists are willing to risk three points on their bicycle licence! Geddit?
Edited by: "StudentGrant" 24th Feb
Snosh23/02/2020 22:30

I have the titanium and upgraded them to the aeropex after almost 2 years …I have the titanium and upgraded them to the aeropex after almost 2 years of abusing them in rain, snow and with lots of sweat. The aeropex are much better in sound quality and general fit (2 years more development), but this is a brilliant price for the titanium. and is a third cheaper than the aeropex.Id not recommend buying them for the sound quality but if running/walking on roads, they make a big difference in hearing cars coming. I walk and run on country roads and feel much safer in these than earphonesAlso some running events only allow Aftershokz and no other types of earphones/headphones


I have the aeropex for running too and I agree that you shouldn’t buy them for the sound quality although they are good enough. I do have to have them on near full volume to hear my music properly and they do start to vibrate a bit but you soon forget about when you’re running. Can’t comment on these one though as I went straight to the aeropex as my fist bone conduction type.
buddn0724/02/2020 11:46

I've had the Titaniums for 18 months now, and the internal on one side has …I've had the Titaniums for 18 months now, and the internal on one side has just started to rattle annoyingly. I'm definitely going to get another pair of bone conduction headphones, as I love them for running, but am unsure whether to get another pair of Titaniums, or upgrade to either the air or aeropex?I'm not hugely fussed by audio quality, but wondering if they sit better/are more comfortable or the lighter weight is noticeable?


The air and the aeropex are significantly slimmer and fit better
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