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Sam's Club Members: AfterShokz Aeropex Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has for is Members: AfterShokz Aeropex Open-Ear Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones (Various Colors) for $119.88. Choose free curbside pickup where stock permits otherwise shipping is free for Plus Members or will vary by zip code.

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Available colors:
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Grey
Features:
  • Open-Ear Design: Bone conduction technology leaves ears open to ambient sounds
  • High-quality audio: PremiumPitch 2.0+ technology
  • 8-Hour Battery
  • Waterproof: IP67 waterproof rated
  • Lightweight
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Description
  • Featuring the most advanced bone conduction technology to date and bud-free listening, Aeropex wireless headphones deliver high-quality audio while keeping you connected to your surroundings.
  • Policies & plans
  • Specifications
  • Open-ear design allows for situational awareness and comfortable listening
  • High-quality audio: PremiumPitch 2.0+ TM - powerful bass and higher volume
  • Lightweight: Less than 1 ounce (26g), experience comfort for all-day listening
  • 8 hours of music and calls
  • An IP67 rating makes it sweat and waterproof to welcome intense workouts
  • Secure fit
  • 8th-generation bone conduction technology
  • Frequency response: 20Hz~20KHz
  • Sensitivity: 105 ± 3dB
  • Microphone: -38dB ± 3dB
  • Wireless range: 33 feet (10m)
  • Battery: Li-Polymer battery
  • Charge time: 2 hours
  • Standby time: 10 days
  • Warranty: 2 years
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  • This product is covered by the Manufacturer's 2-Year Warranty.
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TekkenLord asked this question on 09-21-2021 at 11:34 AM
09-21-2021 at 11:34 AM
My wife has hearing aids and wears them with these - not first person experience but she says she loves these headphones.
slickdill asked this question on 09-24-2021 at 11:49 AM

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Can anyone comment on wearing these with hearing aids for team meetings?
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Anyone use these while cycling? I'm curious about how the mic works for that application, and whether they'd work as an intercom headset for two riders (using a simple voice call as the intercom).
I have these and use them for running all the time. The sound quality for music is very good and I can still hear ambient noise. They're also perfect for phone calls while I'm inside the house.

The other day my wife called me while I was out for a run and she had trouble understanding what I was saying but I heard her fine - it was windy and I was moving so it's hard to say how well it would work for cycling.
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Honestly consider the OpenComm. I love every one of my Aftershokz headsets but ever since I purchased the OpenComm to use on conference calls. I rarely take them off. They are as light as the air
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Mine just broke yesterday (inside the earpiece something is now loose making a chime when i run). Need to see if it's under warranty but kicking myself for not buying a backup when they were sub 100. Painful to buy at $120 "on sale"
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Quote from TekkenLord :
Can anyone comment on wearing these with hearing aids for team meetings?
My wife has hearing aids and wears them with these - not first person experience but she says she loves these headphones.
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Honestly consider the OpenComm. I love every one of my Aftershokz headsets but ever since I purchased the OpenComm to use on conference calls. I rarely take them off. They are as light as the air
ooh, thanks for this. I wasn't aware that a mic version (well, a better mic version) had come out.

I'll need to research how this differs from the aeropex model.
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My 2 cents is, don't throw away the package as you might need to return.
I had their air model and I could not hear anything via bone conduction was able to hear only from the tiny speakers.
Bone conduction is not for everyone..
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Love these, my go to for running connected to Garmin watch for music.
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I have a set of these and love them. They are excellent for multitasking when you want to be aware of your surroundings and still hear music, podcasts, or radio. Not the highest quality sound, but still good.
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I bought this full price the first week they came out. Still use them. They're fantastic.
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I love my Aeropex. I used to do biking around the city (bike share) before the pandemic, and I also do self defense, and from both worlds, these are indispensable as you can use them without losing situational awareness. For those who have never used bone conduction headsets before, they conduct sound through the bones in your head into your inner ears, not via your ear drums.

Interesting side fact, the reason why people think they sound different when they hear recordings of themselves is because most of what you think of as your voice is you hearing it as conducted through your bones. When you hear it only via your eardrums, it doesn't sound as deep and therefore different.

I have owned the Air and the Titanium before this. The Aeropex is leaps and bounds better than those. The Aeropex is lighter and has better sound quality. However, if you turn them to max volume, once in a while, they will BUZZ on your face. It does so much less than the Air or the Titanium, but definitely try to blast some music while you're in the return period to make sure.

They are great for sports. They are nearly impossible to shake off during workouts. I've sprinted at full speed and even box/kickboxed without them coming off

As @ppsagehen reported, over time, they have a tendency of becoming loose and rattling inside. I think the transducers become detached. I've had 2 of them do that to me after about a year.. The good news is that their customer service stands ready to deal with it. When I submitted a warranty claim for them, they immediately sent me a brand new set as a replacement.
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here's their dropdown picklist from their warranty claim website of why you need a replacement. as you can see, the transducers rattling is a known issue.
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Connectivity Issue
Control functions
Sound quality
Charging/Power issues
Headband Break
Right side failing
Left side failing
Transducer rattling
Headset turns off by itself
Microphone quality
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This is a great deal. I paid full price for mine and I probably would again given how much I use them. I use them everyday when walking my dog, and have started using them when cycling. I used to never listen to anything while cycling because I wanted to stay aware of my surroundings. Using these feels like you just turned on the radio in the car. You still hear everything as usual, but now you can also listen to whatever you want. It's almost like having a voice in your head.

For those who haven't tried bone conduction headphones before and are curious to what they sound like, for music, they sound like really small and cheap bluetooth speakers with no bass. In reality, they pretty much are just little speakers, as you can still hear them if they're 1cm away and not touching your ears.

Most of the sound is in the midrange, so for voices (podcasts, audiobooks), which is mainly what I use it for, they actually sound great.
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Was initially very hesitant on these. I saved the packaging just in case they ended up being terrible but I absolutely love these. I wear them at work in construction. Calls come in loud and clear and I haven't heard any complaints about my end. I use these for music and they sound just fine. Not any better or worse than my Jabra elite 75t or Samsung galaxy buds+. Now when you do use the bone conduction portion it does muddy up the sound a bit but hey, you can still listen to whatever with earplugs in so that's a tradeoff I'm ok with.
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Quote from jdoubleh :
Anyone use these while cycling? I'm curious about how the mic works for that application, and whether they'd work as an intercom headset for two riders (using a simple voice call as the intercom).
Wind noise kills it when cycling fast for the mic. Great for listening though
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