There are a lot of sounds we are attuned to. We know when Twitter goes off, when a text comes in, and the faint sound of our ringtone in our pocket. However, those are just things in the digital world, as we also keep an ear out for car horns, people calling our name, birds chirping, and the other normal background noises of life. When we listen to music or watch a movie, we’re usually engrossed in the sounds that come from it, completely shielding our ears from the outside world.
If you’re going to be outside the comfort of your home, then it’s probably in your best interest to care about the noises outside of what’s going on in your headphones. Through bone conduction headphones, you can have the best of both worlds, literally. The AfterShokz Trekz Titanium will keep your ears completely free and clear, and will use the bones in your head to make sure you can still rock out to your favorite tunes.
The Treks Titanium can go for 6 hours of constant use, and have dual noise cancelling mics for those that take a lot of calls. It is made of a titanium frame, and is IP55 certified to repel sweat for those who like to run, but are worried about not being able to hear oncoming traffic. These were designed not to leak sound, and make sure you still get all the highs and lows you’re supposed to hear from your digital content. This is going to cost you $99 for a crowdfunding campaign that is already way over its goal.
Available for crowdfunding on indiegogo