With its ability to produce high quality audio via Bluetooth, in a lightweight compact design, the OpenRun Mini is my favorite bone conduction headphones.
If you’re a runner or cyclist who loves training outdoors while listening to music these are a must have! Being able to hear the environment around you is paramount, especially if you have to be on the road. And because the sound is virtually undetectable unless you are wearing them, you won’t have to worry about it being a nuisance to other people around you.
If you thought it looked familiar you are right. Shokz took everything good about the “Aeropex”, made a few improvements, and rebranded it the “OpenRun”. This newest version includes their 8th generation bone conduction technology, Bluetooth 5.1 and is IP67 waterproof.
I’m so impressed with the build quality and clarity of the audio, that I have no problem recommending the OpenRun to anyone interested in bone conduction headphones.
Shokz OpenRun Mini
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