Enjoy Enhanced Bass
With Incredible Depth
10 Hours of Music & Calls
30-min charge = 0%-90% of full battery
1-hour charge = 0%-100%
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Experience the Open-ear Listening with Enhanced Bass to Fuel Up Your Sport
What’s In The Box
Compared to the 8th generation,
the 9th generation has enhanced bass
and better sound quality.
Compared to the 7th generation,
the 8th generation has less
vibration and leakage, better sound.
are protected against ingress from jets of liquid and ingress from dust.
protection against ingress from powerful jets of liquid and against ingress of dust.
I’ve always used in ear Bluetooth headphones, I was selected to test these headphones and all I can say is they are simply brilliant. I’ve been using these for approx a month now on my Sunday long runs, where I live is quite rural so involves running on country roads, wearing these I can clearly hear the music or audiobook as well as clearly hearing cars, birds singing and everything else going on. The headphones stay put, are very, very comfortable to wear and weight virtually nothing. Can only say I wish I’d have got hold of a pair of these ages ago. Easy to recharge thanks to the magnetic plug and socket, they also come with a protective hard case and are beautifully packaged. Nothing to dislike about these whatsoever.
I have been using the Openrun Pro headphones for about a month now and I highly recommend them. I used them in the rain and wind and the sound quality was very impressive!
Very lightweight and comfortable, I can use them for hours. They are great for long training sessions and also to keep you motivated during the hard interval sessions.
The battery lasts for hours and it charges super quickly. I also found them useful to use them at home while my toddler is sleeping a nap. I love my headphones!
all the audio features are fine
but the band or ear piece behind ear where it sits is just not comfortable
in fact it's uncomfortable
- it's not
have had this experience w all the open run variants that use same band - and without way to adjust -cant fix it either
so if your 5.7 female average head size check that out
can kinda try to forget about it doing other stuff but it takes away from the experience
was hoping pro version might be better
I’ve had several types of Bluetooth headphones for running, but these are my first bone-conducting ones. I love the sound quality and they’re easy to use. They do stick out from the back of my head/nape so catch when I tilt back or have my hair down and they’re not easy to put into your pocket, but that’s not a problem while running.
Also when I’m somewhere really loud, I can put earplugs in and still listen through them!
Yesterday afternoon was the first chance I had to test out my new openrun pros from @shokzuk
I went for a short run (2.8 miles) and put my bone conductors on, selected a podcast (Sh**ged, Married, Annoyed) and set off to watch my youngest at football.
To be fair, as a solo female runner in a city I'm not usually a fan of listening to anything when I run because of the need to be vigilant (I know I shouldn't have to but still...). When I do listen to something when I run, I'm not a fan of listening to music while I run (well, actually that's not true - I love listening to music but I end up running to the music and either not running fast enough or running too fast so I'm shattered after half a mile! Plus I look like a muppet when I'm singing along as I run 🤣). Hence the podcast.
So, off I set. From the moment I stepped out of the door I was loving the openrun pros. They are light, comfortable, easy to use and everything was crystal clear. I could hear everything clearly - Chris and Rosie's warm northern tones making me laugh as I made my way through the streets of Nottingham.
I could hear everything around me - traffic (which is the most important thing right?), people coming behind me, cyclists, scooters (e-scooters - the bane of my life) while still being able to listen to the podcast. So top marks from a personal safety point of view. They didn't move while I ran, it rained (a light shower) and they still worked, and they still had over 98% charge when I got to football. Ok, it was a short run, but still pretty impressive.
There are lots of features of the openrun pros that I still need to work out but first impressions are excellent. This is the start of a long and beautiful relationship.
Test conditions: Paired OpenRun Pro 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 Pro 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 Pro had a continuous playback time of up to 10 hours. In actual use, battery life depends on device settings, environment, usage, and many other factors.
The actual battery life will be affected by the type of audio, volume, temperature of your environment, and output of the USB port used to charge your headphones.