Stay Aware and Safe
Full Titatium Fit
Stability for Sports
As You Are
On and On①
Amazing Call Quality
It works just as good as
the Aeropex, even better
OpenRun is always the best running partner ready to fuel up your exercise
What’s In The Box
I love my Shokz Aeropex, and I also have OpenMove, but I’ve gone through a couple of pairs of Aeropex. The build is not as robust as it could be, and both my Aeropex have broken earpieces. One broke on the curve of the frame, and the other at the joint. If there isn’t gone bone contact, the sound quality obviously goes down. So I wish they were as tough as the OpenMove.
That said, they are great for running or walking, since you can listen to music or audiobooks or podcasts and still hear bicycles, cars or other runners coming up behind you. The sound quality is as good as I might wish, and I wear them in the house. They are comfortable, and unobtrusive, and don’t make my ears sweaty.
Highly recommended, but I still wish they were stronger.
I am stunned at how brilliant my new Shokz OpenRun Pro headphones are. As a hearing aid user I took a chance that bone conduction would work for me at all, but I am really surprised that I now hear musical detail that I have not heard for years. It is almost as if my (only slightly) dysfunctional ears have been completely bypassed. I got the Shokz on the off chance that I can be energised to improve my running pace but from day one I am using them in my non running life. The controls are simple and easy to use. Any chance you might move into the hearing aid market - you will clean up if you do!!!!
My purpose for using these headphones is different to most in that I have atresia in one ear and get sound via a bone anchored hearing aid (BAHA). As normal headphones don’t work well for me the surprise and delight I found when given them by my daughter was palpable. I can see they’re mid range but to hear a voice singing in one ear, a saxophone in my other and backing musicians at the back and top of my head was magical. Those words by no means describe the experience and clarity of the sounds I heard. Not ever having heard stereo until I was 60 in 2004, I first experienced it with the BAHA but these headphones have taken it to a different level. They’re just wonderful.
I've owned my Shokz OpenRun now for several months. I'm a runner and a postman. Both these things need the main advantage of bone conduction which is the ability to still hear what's going on around you for safety and in the case of post, courteousy.
I find them comfortable, the sound is excellent, and I use them all day for music or podcasts. They also work very well for handsfree phone calls.
As yet I have never run out of battery and I find the buttons simple and reliable.
Another reviewer commented on sync problems with her TV. I find them to be spot on so maybe it's the TV that's lagging; obviously this is a potential issue but one which would effect any Bluetooth headphone and may vary from any pairing.
Highly recommend these, one of the best bits of tech I've ever owned.
They’re fine but not as groundbreaking as I expected. The mini fit well for me and they’re comfortable. Sound quality is reasonably good and I’m much more aware of other external noises which is what I wanted. I don’t think the battery lasts as long as advertised but they do charge quickly. The Bluetooth connection is a bit up and down and quite a manual process to connect and disconnect. The controls are extremely limited and quite temperamental which can interrupt flow on a long run and if you wear your hair in a ponytail be prepared for a continuous donking noise for your entire run as your hair hits the back bar.
Test conditions: Paired OpenRun with iPhone 12mini, adjusted to the standard EQ mode, played the music App on the IOS system, play the Lenka-Trouble is a Friend (Hi-Res). wav file, and set the volume to around 80% of the maximum volume.
Test content: OpenRun battery was fully discharged and then charged to 100%. The audio file was played until running out the battery life.
The test result showed that the OpenRun had a continuous playback time of up to 8 hours. In actual use, battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.