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Aftershokz Trekz Titanium & Titanium Mini Bone Conduction Headphones £67.49 ProBikeKit
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Aftershokz Trekz Titanium & Titanium Mini Bone Conduction Headphones £67.49 ProBikeKit

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Posted 3rd May
Bought these for my wife a few weeks ago and the best price I could find was £85. They're £89.95 on Amazon, use code PICK10VB10 to get them for £67.49.

Few things to note, the sound quality on these isn't great (quite tinny), but it's a trade off as I love being able to hear what's going on around me when I'm running. As a bonus you can often use them in competitions where normal earphones are banned and it's also much safer cycling with them. So 5* from me.

I find the mini version (exactly the same but with a smaller band around the back of the head) is plenty long enough for me (26 yo male) and it doesn't hang down as the back as much. It's often hard to find this version on offer and there's only 2 colours, but available for the same price here too: probikekit.co.uk/cycling-accessories-nc/aftershokz-trekz-titanium-headphones-mini-slate/11579481.html
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I found these really uncomfortable and ended up paying for the Trekz Air! Was it just the size of my head? Really hurt my ears
Edited by: "CuriosityCat" 3rd May
CuriosityCat1 h, 32 m ago

I found these really uncomfortable and ended up paying for the Trekz Air! …I found these really uncomfortable and ended up paying for the Trekz Air! Was it just the size of my head? Really hurt my ears


Have been wearing these for 18 months - almost daily. They are more comfortable than in ear when worn for long periods. Wear mine cycling/jogging as well as generally.

As they are not adjustable perhaps I have a lucky head size!

These have been listed a few times now but this is a good price.

Heat.
CuriosityCat1 h, 33 m ago

I found these really uncomfortable and ended up paying for the Trekz Air! …I found these really uncomfortable and ended up paying for the Trekz Air! Was it just the size of my head? Really hurt my ears


Have worn mine for hundreds of hours cycling overall and never had a problem. At least the Air's are better
Edited by: "lukeo44" 3rd May
Are or at least were £65 at Costco online last week. I almost bought them as I wear a hearing aid and they would be better for me than in the ear jobs but not sure if they are any good?
villan5703/05/2019 12:31

Are or at least were £65 at Costco online last week. I almost bought them …Are or at least were £65 at Costco online last week. I almost bought them as I wear a hearing aid and they would be better for me than in the ear jobs but not sure if they are any good?


Depends on definition of “good”, I think. I love mine for running and cycling, but not as a general-purpose headphone. Nothing to do with sound quality (I disagree with OP’s assessment of them being “tinny”, although I think the positioning of where they sit makes a massive difference here) but IMO they leak sound quite badly in a quiet environment such as an office.
jansenspencer4 m ago

Depends on definition of “good”, I think. I love mine for running and cyc …Depends on definition of “good”, I think. I love mine for running and cycling, but not as a general-purpose headphone. Nothing to do with sound quality (I disagree with OP’s assessment of them being “tinny”, although I think the positioning of where they sit makes a massive difference here) but IMO they leak sound quite badly in a quiet environment such as an office.


Thanks ,for the info I hear through the my skull bone on the left side so i reckon these could be just the job , they are back to £79.99 at costco so these seem a good price
villan5740 m ago

Are or at least were £65 at Costco online last week. I almost bought them …Are or at least were £65 at Costco online last week. I almost bought them as I wear a hearing aid and they would be better for me than in the ear jobs but not sure if they are any good?


I only use mine for podcasts and audiobooks and they are great for that. Music can cause them to vibrate a bit at high volumes but still usable
I had my Trekz Air for 1 day before I realised that one of the channels was phase inverted, compared to a colleagues pair (and verified using Neutron player to fiddle). Setting aside the "super stereo" effect, while I wait for Amazon (direct) to get replacement stock, I was happy with the comfort over 2 hours of riding and I think a lot of the bone conductivity quality is going to depend on your head and the amount of skin/meat/fat between the headphones and your skull - in my case that's quite a bit.

I went for the Airs "because" (mostly my colleague has them and I tried his pair out) and Amazon did have them on discount prior to stocking them. Now they've gone back to official price I am going to wait for replacements rather than refund/reorder.
Edited by: "PeterGalbavy" 3rd May
I got a pair of these from Costco when they were on offer for £65, I've worn them once so far when out for a 4 mile run and I don't think they're for me, they kept slipping backwards and wouldn't sit on my cheek bones where they should, so they were virtually over my ears and this affected the sound.

When they sat right they seemed really good, so I'm going to give them another chance this weekend before they get consigned to the back of the drawer.
I currently own a pair of Bluez 2, but they broke (and replaced) twice as the plastic is really weak. Was thinking to upgrade to these trekz titanium. Would I fit the regular or the mini?
red_devil_00003/05/2019 13:16

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You'd hear them over the treadmill but they vibrate a fair bit against your head at loud volumes with music. Only use podcasts and audiobooks with mine which they are perfect for
Code PICK10 is not working for me
This code doesn't work on these items, but I had a hunt last night and found a 10pc off code that worked on everything. Can't remember if it was vb10 or vc10.
amjl4 h, 50 m ago

This code doesn't work on these items, but I had a hunt last night and …This code doesn't work on these items, but I had a hunt last night and found a 10pc off code that worked on everything. Can't remember if it was vb10 or vc10.


Thanks amlj, you're dead right so I've updated the code in the listing. It seems only VB10 works now instead.
If anyone comes here trying to find them cheaper, currently 64.44 on Amazon. They're sold by an official reseller, though it looks dodgy (Chinese company details with a gb vat no.). I emailed aftershokz directly and they said it was legit.
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