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Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones £53.99 delivered @ Winstanleys Bikes
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Aftershokz Trekz Titanium Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones £53.99 delivered @ Winstanleys Bikes

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Posted 25th Dec 2019

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The next generation of bone conduction technology is what’s inside our lightest and most organically designed open ear headphones to date. We cut the bulk and used titanium everywhere possible to ensure they not only fit more securely but sound better too. Trekz Air are inspired by the demands of elite and aspiring athletes motivated by their music and their world.

  • Bone conduction technology delivers music through your cheekbones, ensuring ears remain completely open to hear ambient sounds
  • A 20% lighter build than its counterpart
  • A new organic design delivers increased comfort
  • Complete wraparound titanium design provides a flexible fit for unnoticeable all-day comfort and stability
  • OpenFit™ design ensures maximum situational awareness and comfort during long-term wear
  • PremiumPitch+™ guarantees a premium audio experience, including wide dynamic range and rich bass
  • Bluetooth® v4.2 connectivity and convenient multipoint pairing
  • LeakSlayer™ technology significantly reduces natural sound leakage
  • IP55 certified to repel sweat, dust and moisture, from workouts to wicked weather
  • Enjoy six hours of continuous music + calls on a single charge
  • EQ presets boost bass and reduce vibration on the go
  • Dual noise canceling microphones exclude surrounding noise, effectively enhancing speech
  • Audrey Says™ voice prompts guide users through power, pair, play and talk
  • Hassle-free 2-year warranty


  • Speaker type: bone conduction transducers
  • Frequency response: 20Hz~20KHz
  • Sensitivity: 100 ± 3dB
  • Microphone: -40dB ± 3dB
  • Bluetooth version: v4.2
  • Compatible profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP
  • Wireless range: 33 ft (10m)
  • Battery: rechargeable lithium ion
  • Continuous play: 6 hours
  • Standby time: 20 days
  • Charge in: 2 hours
  • Weight: 1.06 oz (30g)
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My face has no bones in it. It’s a sphere of lard. How would these sound?
teh.arn25/12/2019 21:46

Pretty poor headphones, recently got a pair of their new Aeropex which …Pretty poor headphones, recently got a pair of their new Aeropex which came with a free pair of these.A hell of a lot of noise leakage. Really poor fit too, they sit there nicely then any movement and they drop down to the back of your neck.


They took a few goes before I was able to wear them properly, but I can really say that I wouldn't go for a run with another set of headphones, these are great.
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Pretty poor headphones, recently got a pair of their new Aeropex which came with a free pair of these.
A hell of a lot of noise leakage.
Really poor fit too, they sit there nicely then any movement and they drop down to the back of your neck.
My face has no bones in it. It’s a sphere of lard. How would these sound?
teh.arn25/12/2019 21:46

Pretty poor headphones, recently got a pair of their new Aeropex which …Pretty poor headphones, recently got a pair of their new Aeropex which came with a free pair of these.A hell of a lot of noise leakage. Really poor fit too, they sit there nicely then any movement and they drop down to the back of your neck.


They took a few goes before I was able to wear them properly, but I can really say that I wouldn't go for a run with another set of headphones, these are great.
Bone conduction? Wtf?
teh.arn25/12/2019 21:46

Pretty poor headphones, recently got a pair of their new Aeropex which …Pretty poor headphones, recently got a pair of their new Aeropex which came with a free pair of these.A hell of a lot of noise leakage. Really poor fit too, they sit there nicely then any movement and they drop down to the back of your neck.


How are the aeropexs ?
Gunner4Life25/12/2019 22:18

How are the aeropexs ?


Better than the Titaniums but not great, wouldn't use them for running and there's too much noise leakage to use in the Gym etc.
Sent them both back last week for a refund.
teh.arn25/12/2019 22:26

Better than the Titaniums but not great, wouldn't use them for running and …Better than the Titaniums but not great, wouldn't use them for running and there's too much noise leakage to use in the Gym etc.Sent them both back last week for a refund.


Mmm shame. I’m on my second pair of titanium’s but I bought purely to use at my old job for the open ear aspect. Great for that but I also wouldn’t buy them as a normal option either. I find they don’t fit great with the band when cycling ect they move against the head and push up as if the bands are way to big. My current job wouldn’t allow them but I now use a neck speaker instead. Haha which is much cheaper to replace than these. Thanks for your input as I was considering when on offer but decided I have no use for them anymore and if or when mine break they will be replaced with a more standard headphone variation.
Gunner4Life25/12/2019 22:18

How are the aeropexs ?


I've got the Airs - I think they're awesome. You're obviously not going to get Bose sound quality, but I use them whilst cycling and in the office (music and calls) and they are great. No ear ringing after using them either.
not_the_messiah25/12/2019 22:37

I've got the Airs - I think they're awesome. You're obviously not going to …I've got the Airs - I think they're awesome. You're obviously not going to get Bose sound quality, but I use them whilst cycling and in the office (music and calls) and they are great. No ear ringing after using them either.


I agree these are great in the right circumstances and served me great for almost a year. I didn’t hesitate when I snapped them traveling in my bag after 8/9 months. I’m happy to see they provide a hard case instead of an pointless bag now in most cases. I use mine mainly for audiobooks and they were great as they wouldn’t allow in ear due to health and safety. They would of been worth 3x this price for the boredom they filled. I just think it has a bad flaw with the band length and stiffness.
Got one of those and I only use them while running or cycling. If anyone is considering those then keep in mind it’s not about quality as others noted rather about being able to hear your surroundings while listening.
I recommend them for running. For cycling it’s a bit harder to listen somethings especially in busy roads.
I quite like mine for running and I usually listen to podcasts more than music.
Gunner4Life25/12/2019 22:18

How are the aeropexs ?


I think they're brilliant for cycling. Keep them on medium volume and traffic is easily enough to drown out the noise, which is what you want. Sound quality is what You'd expect really. Very much passable and perfectly cleat
I hate things in my ears and these work great... not just do sport...
joinedup25/12/2019 21:52

My face has no bones in it. It’s a sphere of lard. How would these sound?


You need the next model up the Lard + They work well I have a set
Got a set from costco for £65 great for music and making calls on phone with built in mic
Ordered a pair after Amazon put the price back up to £69.99
How do these compare to the cheap bone conduction phones on aliexpress?
UltraMagnus26/12/2019 18:22

How do these compare to the cheap bone conduction phones on aliexpress?


No idea, but you can always find the clones on Amazon, so order from there and return if crap
How do these compare to the older model which is £43 at Cycle Republic?

cyclerepublic.com/aft…tml
ArthurDent128/12/2019 11:49

How do these compare to the older model which is £43 at Cycle …How do these compare to the older model which is £43 at Cycle Republic?https://www.cyclerepublic.com/aftershokz-sportz-titanium-headphones.html


Personally I’d rather pay an extra £10 to go wireless rather than having a wire annoying me (plus not having to use a lighting adaptor to use with my phone etc).
binned-it28/12/2019 12:19

Personally I’d rather pay an extra £10 to go wireless rather than having a …Personally I’d rather pay an extra £10 to go wireless rather than having a wire annoying me (plus not having to use a lighting adaptor to use with my phone etc).



Good point. Hadn't spotted that the old ones are wired.
ArthurDent128/12/2019 12:26

Good point. Hadn't spotted that the old ones are wired.


It makes the price of the Trekz Titanium’s even better. I’m currently on the fence with these as I know I’d use bone conducting headphones to keep on top of podcasts (as a do most of my long runs solo) but holding out to see if newer models will drop in price.
binned-it28/12/2019 12:28

It makes the price of the Trekz Titanium’s even better. I’m currently on t …It makes the price of the Trekz Titanium’s even better. I’m currently on the fence with these as I know I’d use bone conducting headphones to keep on top of podcasts (as a do most of my long runs solo) but holding out to see if newer models will drop in price.



£70 for the Air at Achilles Heel. Now wondering how much of an improvement they are...

achillesheel.co.uk/col…rey
ArthurDent128/12/2019 12:35

£70 for the Air at Achilles Heel. Now wondering how much of an improvement …£70 for the Air at Achilles Heel. Now wondering how much of an improvement they are...https://www.achillesheel.co.uk/collections/sale/products/aftershokz-trekz-air-headphones-slate-grey


Other than price, saving 6grams and colour choices not a lot of difference apparently


bone-conduction.com/en/…-2/

I’m very tempted to pull the trigger on the titanium’s....
binned-it28/12/2019 12:39

Other than price, saving 6grams and colour choices not a lot of difference …Other than price, saving 6grams and colour choices not a lot of difference apparentlyhttps://www.bone-conduction.com/en/aftershokz-trekz-air-vs-aftershokz-trekz-titanium-2/I’m very tempted to pull the trigger on the titanium’s....



Reviews suggest the Air is a little more comfortable and sounds better.
Achilles Heel's shop is only about half a mile from where I live so I might go n have a look at a pair.
ArthurDent128/12/2019 12:54

Reviews suggest the Air is a little more comfortable and sounds …Reviews suggest the Air is a little more comfortable and sounds better.Achilles Heel's shop is only about half a mile from where I live so I might go n have a look at a pair.


I just went ahead and ordered the titanium’s.
binned-it28/12/2019 12:28

It makes the price of the Trekz Titanium’s even better. I’m currently on t …It makes the price of the Trekz Titanium’s even better. I’m currently on the fence with these as I know I’d use bone conducting headphones to keep on top of podcasts (as a do most of my long runs solo) but holding out to see if newer models will drop in price.


The Airs are meant to be far superior to the Titanium variant and can be had for about 70 these days. Not that much more really, of you're already thinking of spending 54 on this set.
Any good those who bought?
woster29/12/2019 15:22

Any good those who bought?



They're good for bone conduction headphones, not great for headphones though.
If you need something so you can still hear the road around you etc you haven't got much options - bone conduction or speaker, I'd go with bone conduction over speaker.

You wouldn't want to wear these in public (Train/Gym etc) due to noise leakage.
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