Bone conduction earphones make their mark in three circumstances. The first is the point at which you’re running or cycling in occupied regions where you need to be more mindful of your environmental factors. The second is in running occasions where any remaining kinds of earphones are restricted, and the third is when swimming.
In the last two circumstances, the underlying capacity for music is a benefit. Truth be told it’s fundamental in swimming when a Bluetooth association with your telephone isn’t a choice, while in races you may like to run telephone free. Bluetooth network is as yet valuable to have too, so you can stream music from your telephone on different occasions instead of moving all that you need to pay attention to across to the earphones.
That the Naenka Runner Pro earphones offer both music stockpiling and Bluetooth network is tremendous in addition. It separates them from Aftershokz’s reach, the most notable bone-conduction brand, which offers Bluetooth-just sets and one MP3-just pair.
The plan of the Naenka earphones is firmly suggestive of Aftershokz’s items, with a lightweight edge that snares over your ears so the bone conduction cushions lay on your cheekbones. The earphones are IPX8 appraised, waterproof enough for swimming, and they have 8GB of space to store records. Music and web recordings can be moved to the earphones by moving documents from a PC. It very well may be a disappointing encounter as the link tumbles off the earphones effectively and the exchange speed is very lethargic, yet it’s OK on the off chance that you just need to do it on occasion for swimming or a major race.
Else, you can stream music from your telephone through the Bluetooth association for everyday use. Exchanging between the two modes is simple, requiring only one press of the force button, and the Naenka earphones dependably reconnected to my telephone in any event, when exchanging between modes a few times on a run.
Likewise, with all bone conduction earphones, the sound quality is more terrible than in-ear buds, however, the Naenka were extensively fine. There’s a little cheek tickle from the cushions when playing music at high volumes, yet not all that much, and the sound was for the most part clear and adequate to appreciate music and digital broadcasts when running or cycling.
When running on occupied streets, the absence of volume can be an issue. With some web recordings, I’d battle to hear what was being said when running by a principal street. This was less of an issue when paying attention to music, however, I discovered the Naenka earphones are somewhat less incredible volume-wise than Aftershokz’s reach. I likewise dread that in case you were utilizing the Naenka earphones during a race with a rambunctious climate like the London Marathon you might battle to hear your sound on occasion.
The battery life is a greater inadequacy. When utilizing the earphones in Bluetooth mode you can hit the six to seven hours recorded by Naenka, yet in an MP3 mode that drops strongly to more like two to four hours, contingent upon volume. In case you’re thinking about utilizing them for long distance races or long bicycle rides, that probably won’t measure up.
I’d say that neither one of the issues is a dealbreaker, and you might well choose to swallow them for earphones that offer both Bluetooth and MP3 ability. It additionally assists that the earphones with welling estimated. The RRP is £119.61, however, I’ve yet to see them recorded for more than £100 on Naenka’s site. At around £95 they are a lot less expensive than the Aftershokz Xtrainerz MP3 model, and furthermore less expensive than the Aeropex and Trekz Air Bluetooth-just Aftershokz models. The Aftershokz OpenMove earphones are less expensive at £79, however, these are likewise Bluetooth-as it was.
Regardless of certain reservations, the Naenka earphones are surely worth considering based on the adaptability they offer with both Bluetooth and MP3 playback. Simply watch out for the battery life.