Bone conducting headphones which sits above the ear and curve round the back of the head

Tech Review – Bone Conducting Headphones

As part of our new Technology review section Ryan Leslie, one of our ICT officers, tells us about Bone Conducting Headphones. Ryan explains more, “Bone Conducting Headphones are a wireless, open ear
device which allows the user to listen to their audio via Bluetooth, all while taking in the ambient sounds around them. Depending on the model, these headphones range from 7 to 10 hours of continuous use with some devices having a Quick Charge feature, with 5 minutes of charging giving you 1.5 hours of use.

These products range in price depending on the quality and features you are after. You can find them available online on the likes of Amazon. If you would like a demo of this device, then please give us a call.”
Have you used bone conducting headphones? If you have, how have you found them? Get in touch in any of the usual ways and let us know how they worked for you.

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