|Hardware Platform||PC, Tablet, Smartphone|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Web Browser Included||No|
|Microphone Form Factor||Noise Cancelling Microphone;Dual Microphone|
|Headphones Form Factor||In Ear|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium|
|Form Factor||In Ear|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Supports Bluetooth Technology||Yes|
|Product Dimensions||13.21 x 16 x 5.59 cm; 59.53 Grams|
|Item Weight||59.4 g|
|Department||AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, (AS600SG)|
|Item Model Number||AS600SG|
|Batteries||1 CR2 batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||23 November 2017|
AfterShokz Titanium Open Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones, Slate Grey, AS600SG
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|Form factor||In Ear|
About this item
- BONE CONDUCTION TECHNOLOGY - Our bone conduction technology and OpenFit design delivers music through your cheekbones, ensuring your ears remain completely open to ambient sounds for maximum situational awareness during long-term wear.
- BLUETOOTH CONNECTIVITY - Modern wireless headphones with Bluetooth v4.1 connectivity and convenient multipoint pairing compatible with your iOS and Android Bluetooth-ready smartphones or tablets and Mac and PC computers and laptops.
- DESIGNED FOR LONG WEAR - Trekz Titanium wraparound headbands are lightweight and flexible to ensure comfort during extended wear. Combined with a long battery life, this compact fit allows you to enjoy continuous music and calls for six hours at a time.
- QUALITY SOUND - Innovative AfterShokz headphones deliver a premium audio experience. With PremiumPitch technology’s wide dynamic range and rich bass, and LeakSlayer technology to reduce natural sound leakage, you are ensured the best on-the-go audio.
- ULTIMATE DURABILITY - Our IP55 certified sport headphones repel sweat, dust and moisture throughout your indoor or outdoor exercise routine. These sturdy workout headphones withstand your strenuous running, cycling, and more! EQ presets reduce vibration.
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The Safety and Convenience AfterShokz Strives to Provide
Runners powered by their favourite sound track but still able to hear the traffic around, biker hearing both GPS navigation and cars approaching from behind, office worker enjoying music still maintaining communication with colleagues, mom listening to her podcast but won't miss a single sound bit of her baby in the cradle, vision impaired going around the town hearing both GPS and surroundings… isn't that a beautiful world? Better yet, there is nothing in their ears.
What is bone conduction?
We hear bone conduction sound while eating, drinking and scratching our head, etc. We also hear ourselves talking partially through bone conduction. That's why we perceive our own voice differently from what other people hear. Taking advantage of this natural phenomenon, bone conduction transducers guide micro-vibration through the cheekbones to the inner ears, delivering sound without plugging or covering them.
AfterShokz Pioneers Bone Conduction Technology
Over 300 patents worldwide
- PremiumPitch+ guarantees a premium audio experience, including wide dynamic range and rich bass.
- LeakSlayer technology reduces natural sound leakage sound by 70%.
- Audrey Says voice prompts guide users through power, pair, play and talk.
IP55 Rated Sweatproof
Sweat and water resistant using a conformal coating and Nano technology.
|Bone conduction technology||PremiumPitch 2.0+||PremiumPitch 2.0||PremiumPitch +||PremiumPitch +|
|Material||Full titanium||Full titanium||Full titanium||Titanium Headband Polycarbon Ear Hook|
|Bluetooth version||Bluetooth v5.0||N/A||Bluetooth v4.2||Bluetooth v4.1|
|Continuous play||8 hours||8 hours||6 hours||6 hours|
|Memory||N/A||4 GB or 800 Songs||N/A||N/A|
|Microphone||Dual Noise-Cancelling Microphone||N/A||Dual Microphone Noise reduction||Dual Noise-Cancelling Microphone|
|Charging||Magnetic Charging||Pogo pins Charing||Micro-USB Charging||Micro-USB Charging|
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To be clear, these headphones aren't going to give you crystal clear sound quality. The nature of the tech means they tend to be biased heavily towards the mid and mid-low frequencies. They really struggle to convey treble properly, and they handle bass okay, but there's barely any sub-bass to speak of. These characteristics combine to form a piece of tech that is great for spoken word things like audiobooks, podcasts, etc and light listening of vocal-heavy music, which given that they're angled at the fitness crowd, makes perfect sense.
They of course do this while leaving you completely free to listen to the outside world. Do understand that this does "taint the mix" of whatever you're listening to in a way, for what I hope are obvious reasons. All that aside, they're fairly comfortable, sound decent and are really pretty ideal for any fitness-oriented person wants to still hear the world while having their tunes on in the background.
One thing though - they can make you feel a little woozy sometimes. I'm chalking this up to the transducer vibrating bits of my skull that aren't ordinarily vibrated quite so robustly, and the sensation is diminishing the more I use them, but extended use for me did result in something vaguely approaching motion sickness in terms of symptoms, but never quite getting there in severity.
To be honest my ears eventually got used to them and therefore I am changing to 5 stars. I guess I judged them to harshly at first. For me at least they were a difficult product at first but now I have times where I forget I have them on. I guess you just get used to it
If they are connected to a device, you need to disconnect that device before connecting another, they won’t switch. I use them with my iPhone and Garmin watch, both work fine.
I don’t love the control buttons.
By Jbay on 4 August 2019
AfterShokz Aeropex. My wife wanted a set, and my research indicating that AfterShokz produced a quality product I elected to purchase her a less expensive model, the AfterShokz Titanium. They are not as good as the Aeropex, but then they were less than half the price. My wife loves them, comfortable fit, outstanding sound with negligible sound leakage. The only issue that I have, and this applies to all Bone Conducting Headphones is the placement of the On/Off - Volume Controls. This is a minor criticism of what is otherwise an outstanding product.
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The build quality is excellent and for me they sit nicely over my ears. I bought them to help when I cycle to help with road awareness. For this purpose they are perfect. My helmet straps help to anchor and push the pads against the bones in my cheek / ear canal which improves the sound.
Overall I'm very pleased. Charge and battery time appears to be as advertised and the Bluetooth rock solid
Unfortunately a local run has decided to ban these too even though they are allowed under UKA rules ... all because they claim they can’t tell difference between these and normal ones ! Pathetic excuse.
Decent enough sound quality
You can easily hear what is happening around you while using them
Connects easily to bluetooth devices
Comfy after you've broken them in
Decent battery life
For the first month or two they felt tight and uncomfortable after 30-40 minutes' use (but eventually they adapt to your head shape)
Reliability issues - my first pair broke after 8 months
Volume isn't always loud enough, e.g. if there's loud traffic nearby
You can't skip forward and backwards from one track to the next using the headphones
If you want seriously good sound quality then this style of headphones can't deliver
The range of the bluetooth connection isn't great - maybe a couple of metres
But overall I really like these - brilliant for keeping an ear on what's around you while you're exercising or moving around the house
The sound quality is ok - pop music sounds punchy enough and podcasts are absolutely fine. Jazz and classical sound ok too in quiet surroundings but these aren't going to be anyone's first choice for high sound quality. It seems to me that the bass comes through the bones and the treble is mostly coming directly into the ear through traditional means. For that reason they are a bit leaky and might not be great for the train and so on where others could be annoyed. For running our outdoor stuff though they are great as you can still hear what's happening around you which is obviously the USP. Wireless is brilliant if you've never had it - you don't realise how annoying wires are until they're gone.
Where these have really come into their own for me is pottering round the house doing chores, cooking etc, where I quite often want to listen to stuff but also want to be available to family. They don't close you off to the world like trad headphones.
All in all, these headphones seem to hit a bit of a goldilocks spot for me. Battery life, sound quality, convenience, comfort, safety...no one thing is blowing my socks off but combined these headphones are just right.