Talking to someone, only to discover that person is wearing earbuds and didn’t hear a word you said can be frustrating. It’s also no picnic if you’re the wearer either, and are missing out on the world around you due to having bits of plastic lodged in your ear.
Bone conduction headphones, like these SainSonic Bone Conduction Bluetooth Headphones ($69.99 in the Boing Boing Store), are a hugely clever answer to that problem.
For the uninitiated: bone conduction headphones rest comfortably along your cheekbone and send audio vibrations directly to your inner ear. There’s nothing covering your ear canal, allowing you to hear the sounds of the outside world in addition to your headphone audio.
Workout enthusiasts won’t miss car horns or other sounds of potential danger while they’re getting their sweat on. No wires involved with these headphones either, so sync them with your phone and you can listen to music or make and receive calls effortlessly.
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