All Day Comfort
DSP Noise Cancelling
Premium Sound Quality
8 Hours Of Battery Life
Up To 16 Hours Of Talk
5 Minutes Charging
2 Hours Of Talk Time
Made With Titanium
Reliable And Durable
working from home. With this revolutionary headset, a broader range of people will have access to
an unprecedented listening experience.
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and moisture for added durability
up to 33 feet
Got my headset for Christmas and I use it with my work computer via Bluetooth. Good quality for business calls, break audio cancellation, easy to use, reliable, lasts a long time and is very comfortable. I will definitely recommend AfterShokz
Hi! my aftershokz opencomm can no longer be connected to the phone. I tried several phones and they are not visible via Bluetooth, it can't find them. the first time they were connected to my Samsung phone, I disconnected them from the phone, and then they didn't work anymore, it didn't identify them via Bluetooth.
what to do? thanks!
I had two pairs of Air (left a pair somewhere). Use the Air for at home, mainly listening music etc in bed, and for work I have a pair of Opencomm. Cannot fault them in any way. 10/10
As someone who does a large number of calls per day, this headset is exactly what I have needed!! I've been searching for a good quality wireless headset that didn't rope me to the desk for some time, and most of the previous ones I'd tried gave such poor sound quality it was remarkable they were sold with microphones at all - they literally weren't fit for purpose. Listening was fine, but listening and talking usually ended up with crackling and missed words. Previously I'd settled on a large and ugly gaming headset with a dedicated base station that didn't give the most professional look, and wasn't going to be easy to travel with when travelling becomes a reasonable option again.
By contrast, the OpenComm has great quality sound and the mic works fantastically, plus it's slimline - barely visible with a lovely Britney style mic, it pairs with my phone and mac with no problems at all, and it's really easy to charge with the nice magnetic charge cable, which works for my Aeropex headset too. It's small and easy to travel with to the office, another bonus. The only caveat is - if you're in a noisy space you'll need something to cover your ears to prevent sound coming in (like maybe earplugs or an over-ear headset that's switched off). So it works great for me in a private home office, but I'll need to find private spaces at work if I want to use this headset for calls.
I comfortably wear these for a full working day, full of teams calls. Audio and mic are great, as is the battery life. Bought from Amazon but so chuffed after several months, I thought it worth leaving a review here.
Testing conducted by Shokz using OpenComm produced in September 2020 paired with iPhone X (iOS 13.7). The test environment temperature was 25℃ with 320-kbps MP3 white noise played at a volume set to around 68% of the maximum volume (The A-weighted sound pressure level was 66.7±1.0dBA, measured 10mm from the face of the transducers with the headset hung in the air).
Testing consisted of full OpenComm battery discharge while playing audio until the headset stopped playback. The duration time is counted as the listening time of the headset. The test result shows that the OpenComm has a listening time of up to 8 hours.
Testing consisted of full OpenComm battery discharge while the test person spoke at a normal volume (the sound pressure level was 90dBA, measured 10cm from the mouth) for a certain period of time and the speakers were not working. The average power consumption of the headset was measured by the DC power analyzer. Based on the calculation between average power consumption and battery capacity, OpenComm has a talk time of up to 16 hours.
Testing consisted of full OpenComm battery discharge while OpenComm was powered on without any operation. The average power consumption of the headset was measured by the DC power analyzer. Based on the calculation between average power consumption and battery capacity, OpenComm has a standby time of up to 14 days.
In actual use, battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
② Only available if the connected devices also have NFC functionality