I traded in my Powerbeats Pro for my bone conducting headphones – here’s what happened

Despite working as a fitness editor and reviewing some The best running headphones As part of my job, I’ve always been a little skeptical about bone conducting headphones. I’m not sure if it was the idea of ​​the volume traveling through my cheekbones, or the fact that it was always too big for my head when I tried it on. But so far, my confidence Powerbeats Pro I’ve been running most of my marathons.

That is, until the Shokz Openrun Pro Mini arrived. They feature Bluetooth connectivity, up to 10 hours of battery life, and a new, shorter headband that’s 0.83 inches shorter than the regular Shokz Openrun Pro headphones to accommodate smaller heads. I no longer had to deal with the back of my headphones bouncing around my neck while I ran, so I plugged in my headphones, dug in my audiobook, and started running. Read on to find out what happened.

I replaced my Powerbeats Pro with a Shokz Openrun Pro – that’s how I like it

How much I could hear around me

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