These Wireless Bone Conduction Earphones Are Now Under $40
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Many of us enjoy listening to music at work. But if you need to communicate with colleagues or be aware of your surroundings, it’s simply not possible to cover your ears. That’s where the True Wireless Bone Conduction Earphones come into their own. Instead of pumping music straight into your ears, they conduct sound through your skull. You can get these revolutionary earphones now for $39.99 at MakeUseOf Deals.

True Wireless Bone Conduction

Bone conduction technology has been around for a while now. But rarely has it ever been paired with wireless connectivity. These earphones finally bring the two ideas together.

Each earpiece has an audio conductor that rests on the bone just in front of your ear. Sound is transmitted through the bone directly into your inner ear. You don’t feel the vibrations, but you will notice the excellent sound quality.

As there is no cable attachment, the earphones stay in place by hooking over your ears. This means you can get active while listening to your favorite playlist, using the built-in touch controls to switch tracks and adjust the volume. You can even answer calls, thanks to the integrated mic.

These earphones offer six hours of playback on a full charge, and they take only two hours to refill. They’re also pretty stylish, with three color schemes to choose from.

Now 20% off

If you want to experience bone conduction sound, grab these earphones now for $39.99 and save 20% on the standard price.

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  1. Jeff
    October 23, 2018 at 3:54 pm

    Identical item is available on Amazon for half the price, made by Leegoal. Not sure how this is considered any sort of deal!

    • HorshamHobo
      October 26, 2018 at 2:09 pm

      Considered a deal because the Leegoal product you mention is not bone conducting.

      • Jeff
        December 22, 2018 at 9:28 pm

        Actually it's IDENTICAL, now that I have both in hand. And you are correct, it's not bone conducting - neither is the version sold here. Poor design, switches to Chinese language alerts randomly. Very poor recommendation, MakeUsOf. I regret trusting you.