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AfterShokz via Amazon has Shokz OpenMove Bone Conduction Open Ear Lifestyle/Sport Headphones (Various Colors) on sale for $54.95. Shipping is free.

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    • The Shokz signature open-ear design is powered by patented bone conduction technology. The design allows you to enjoy your favorite audio and stay comfortable and aware of your surroundings.
    • Enjoy your workout outside — rain or shine. OpenMove are IP55 certified making them durable enough to withstand sweaty, dusty, and rainy conditions.
    • Go from a long run to a work call seamlessly with up to 6 hours of music and calls and 10-day standby time. The universal USB-C charger makes it easy to power up your OpenMove headphones when you're on-the-go.
    • The titanium band ensures a lightweight (29g), comfortable fit, and keeps your headphone securely in place — no matter how intense your workout.
    • Answer calls on-the-go with dual noise-canceling microphones. They exclude surrounding noise, effectively enhancing speech for crystal-clear calls and simple hands-free chatting via a compatible device.
    • Bluetooth v5.1 ensures a quick and stable connection up to 33ft (10 meters).
    • Customize your listening experience with 3 EQ mode settings: Human Voice Mode, Standard Mode, and Earplug Mode. These settings make OpenMove perfect for listening to your favorite podcasts, audiobooks, and music without skipping a beat. Simply change the setting to optimize the acoustics.
    • OpenMove is designed with a modern aesthetic to make the multifunction button fit right in. Easily tap the button to play, pause, skip, activate voice assistant and answer calls.
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Best Buy [bestbuy.com] and Amazon [amazon.com] have Shokz - OpenMove Bone Conduction Headphones on sale for $54.95 with free shipping, available in grey, blue, pink, and white.
  • The Shokz signature open-ear design is powered by patented bone conduction technology. The design allows you to enjoy your favorite audio and stay comfortable and aware of your surroundings.
  • Enjoy your workout outside — rain or shine. OpenMove are IP55 certified making them durable enough to withstand sweaty, dusty, and rainy conditions.
  • Go from a long run to a work call seamlessly with up to 6 hours of music and calls and 10-day standby time. The universal USB-C charger makes it easy to power up your OpenMove headphones when you're on-the-go.
  • The titanium band ensures a lightweight (29g), comfortable fit, and keeps your headphone securely in place — no matter how intense your workout.
  • Answer calls on-the-go with dual noise-canceling microphones. They exclude surrounding noise, effectively enhancing speech for crystal-clear calls and simple hands-free chatting via a compatible device.
  • Bluetooth® v5.1 ensures a quick and stable connection up to 33ft (10 meters).
  • Customize your listening experience with 3 EQ mode settings: Human Voice Mode, Standard Mode, and Earplug Mode. These settings make OpenMove perfect for listening to your favorite podcasts, audiobooks, and music without skipping a beat. Simply change the setting to optimize the acoustics.
  • OpenMove is designed with a modern aesthetic to make the multifunction button fit right in. Easily tap the button to play, pause, skip, activate voice assistant and answer calls.
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Biggest benefit imo with this vs openmove or move pro (besides the price) is the usb c charging. The more expensive models use a proprietary magnetic charging cable which you can replace for $13 but is still another cable to carry around.
I love my Aftershokz, but beware this series isn't truly rain/sweat proof. Look at the Aeropex (previous gen)or OpenRun for those.
I were glasses with them without a problem.

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I love my Aftershokz, but beware this series isn't truly rain/sweat proof. Look at the Aeropex (previous gen)or OpenRun for those.
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I love the idea of bone conduction but need my glasses too. Good deal for runners.
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I have used these for a year now. I am not affiliated with the company. I payed about $100.
These are an improved model with BT 5.1 and EQ. I ride a road bike and this allows me to hear surrounding traffic while listening to books. I don't have to worry about ear buds falling out either. I think I will buy another at this price.
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I love the idea of bone conduction but need my glasses too. Good deal for runners.
I were glasses with them without a problem.
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Biggest benefit imo with this vs openmove or move pro (besides the price) is the usb c charging. The more expensive models use a proprietary magnetic charging cable which you can replace for $13 but is still another cable to carry around.
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I were glasses with them without a problem.
Ditto
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Can you hear these externally if you have the music up?
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Can you hear these externally if you have the music up?
Depends how loud it is. If volume is really high, it sounds very tinny if that makes sense.
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Can you hear these externally if you have the music up?
These are not silent to people nearby in quiet spaces if you have them cranked up.
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I love the idea of bone conduction but need my glasses too. Good deal for runners.
I would opt for the openrun if you're going to run because you're going to be sweating and you never know when it will rain.
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Biggest benefit imo with this vs openmove or move pro (besides the price) is the usb c charging. The more expensive models use a proprietary magnetic charging cable which you can replace for $13 but is still another cable to carry around.
If you can deal with the extra cable though it's miles better for charging as opposed to prying open the little cover to expose the port, and if you set up the cable nicely, you can easily place it down to charge and pick it up as if it was a dock, plus it comes with two cords which is a nice little touch in case it breaks or you integrate one into a charger setup and still need to take a cord with you on occasion.
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Not interested in using them for music, I'm wondering how they are for audibooks, podcasts, etc. Thanks

I had bought a cheaper no-name import brand and the sound was really not good and hard to get a decent volume using the headphones and my cell phone.
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Does this model let you hold the volume down / volume up for fast forward / fast backward? The older model you double click the pause button for fast forward, but that's it, no other media controls.
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