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BoneTalker: A Revolutionary Bone Conduction Headphone

When we think of headphones we think about how they have made the world of music portable. Since the introduction of the simple wired earphones, people have been gravitating towards music and listening to it while they are on the move. However, technology is constantly upgrading, leading us down a new path of comfort and design. BoneTalker is taking this to a completely new level.

The introduction of bone conduction technology in headphones are rapidly growing and brands are more keen on implementing this technology to make the headphones more versatile and help those with hearing loss to listen to their favorite songs as well. It brings a new dimension of music to the world in general.

Why Choose Bone Conduction Technology:

Unlike air conduction, bone conduction bypasses the middle ear and the outer ear, buy using vibrations that are directed at the inner ear. It has been around for many years, being used by one of the top composers in history Beethoven for actually listening to music and tuning it to make it sound as intended.

Bone conduction technology is also somewhat safer and it is used in most hearing aids, allowing individuals with hearing loss. Headphones with bone conduction are perfect for individuals that are suffering from these hearing issues and can make life much easier to bring them into the modern age and listen to their favorite songs.

BoneTalker Specifications:

  • Lightweight and ergonomic design
  • Bone conduction technology makes use of the cheekbones for vibrations
  • Flexible, yet still durable titanium spine for versatility
  • Designed to minimize unnecessary vibrations for more comfort
  • Bluetooth 5.0 gives you better signal with a longer range
  • IP56 waterproof rating
  • Includes a noise-canceling microphone for clear speaking
  • One battery charge will last you up to 4-hours

A Deeper Look At The BoneTalker

The BoneTalker is not simply any headphone and can give you a lot of benefits when used. We have taken a step back and decided to look a little deeper at this headphone to perhaps see how it stacks up with all the included features. You can find out if this is the best option for you or not by checking out some of these features.

Comfort

Compared to many of the other popular bone conduction headphones, such as Aftershokz, the BoneTalker compares very well and comes out on top in several aspects such as waterproof rating and Bluetooth technology. The design is made to reduce the friction on your head and your collar. Once you have the headphones place on your head, the rear hand will point horizontally and ensure that you don’t even notice it being there.

As we have mentioned, bone conducting technology will reduce the strain on your outer and middle ear by directly targeting your inner ear. This means you no longer need to constantly change the volume settings to actually have a comfortable experience when it comes to using the headphones for prolonged periods of time.

Lastly, the fit is ergonomic and it easily fits around your head without needing to stretch it in any way. Testing it on a few people, no one had a problem with the size being too small or too large. However, it might be a little too small or large for people with abnormal head sizes that might be either too big or too small.

Connectivity

The connectivity of headphones is definitely one of the most important features to look at. With Bluetooth technology improving, new brands are including this technology in their headphones. Compared to the previous Bluetooth 4.1, the BoneTalker includes Bluetooth 5.0, which is much more advanced.

You will have an extended range on your headphones from your device and the connectivity is much stronger. While Bluetooth 5.0 is also being introduced in other headphones, it does work wonders with the bone conduction technology of these specific headphones

Durability

While we don’t always take the durability of the headphones into account, it is one of the more important aspects that one needs to look at. The durability also goes hand in hand with the versatility, making it possible to use them for more than simply walking down the street and listening to music on your device.

As we have mentioned, these headphones are fairly comfortable and they have an ergonomic design that makes them perfect for running and training. However, they also have a waterproof rating of IP56 and this will make them functional when you are potentially running in the rain or even caught up in a thunderstorm.

Additionally, this waterproof rating also ensures that you can use them while you are sweating and instead of damaging the technology, it will simply wick away some of the moisture. This not only gives you a better workout or training experience, but it also reduces some of the moisture that could be running into your ear or get trapped inside.

Battery

For any headphone that makes use of Bluetooth technology, we always try to look at the battery as well. Nothing can be more frustrating than listening to your favorite songs for a while and then being interrupted by a battery that has died. The BoneTalker claims to have 4-hour battery life when used and a standby time of around 15-days.

This 4-hour playback time is quite sufficient for someone who is on the move most of the time and since it only takes 1.5-hours to be fully charged, you can charge it when you take a break at work. Since it uses a lithium-ion battery, the battery life does not drop over time and you will constantly have a good 3-4 hours of time that you can listen to the music once it has been charged.

Price

Stating that something is evergreen can be a very daunting statement, but bone conduction technology is definitely here to stay. The Bonetalker Adder is fairly priced and does not have any additional costs or accessories that you need to buy to improve your experience. It is a once off buy that can definitely help you over many years to come with all the latest technology included.

Conclusion

The BoneTalker might be one of the newer headphones on the market today, but it is set to hit the market by storm and change the way you think of bone conduction technology. The features stated by the manufacturer are extremely accurate and the headphones will definitely enhance your life quality if you love music, especially if you have some sort of hearing issues.

We would like to thank you for reading this article and hope that you can actually experience all these excellent features. Let us know in the comment section if you have ever given them a try and how the BoneTalker worked for you.

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