Embrace the journey: Traversing the world with the Shokz OpenRun

Embrace the journey: Traversing the world with the Shokz OpenRun

If you’ve been on the wrong side of a final call in the airport, or missed the stop on rail journey, it might be time to invest in a pair of Shokz OpenRun headphones.

Originally marketed as headphones for fitness fanatics, runners or cyclists with a keen to steer clear of a prang with a car, these sleek headphones also double as the perfect travel accessory!

Design and Comfort:

Crafted with modernity in mind, Shokz OpenRun headphones feature a sleek and lightweight design that ensures comfort during long-haul flights or extended layovers. The lightweight design wraps snugly around the  neck without causing discomfort, allowing you to wear them for hours on end without even noticing. Whether navigating a busy airports or kicking back on a scenic train journey, the headphones blend style with functionality with ease.

Stay Connected, Stay Aware:

One of the standout features of Shokz OpenRun Headphones is the bone conduction approach which allows you to remain connected to your surroundings without sacrificing audio quality. Put simply, bone conduction headphones send sound waves to the skull, rather than the ear drum, meaning the user hears what they’re listening to without any electronics directly to the ear or ear canal.

OpenRunPro bone conduction headphones. (Supplied)

This means you hear important announcements and your surroundings without needing to remove the headphones, with Shokz OpenRun you’re always in tune with your environment.

Versatility and Convenience:

Whether you’re a frequent flyer, an avid commuter, or an adventurous globetrotter, Shokz OpenRun Headphones are the perfect travel headphone. With Bluetooth connectivity, an impressive battery life and a quick charge feature, they provide wireless freedom and convenience, meaning you can focus more on the little things on your adventure without being tethered to your device.

Email the Travel Weekly team at traveldesk@travelweekly.com.au


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