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OpenMove vs Aeropex: Find The Right Headphones For You


The arrival of our newest bone conduction headphones OpenMove is cause for celebration, and a little education, too! If you’re in the market for a new pair of AfterShokz headphones, choosing between the different product models may not be so easy. We’re taking the guesswork out of the equation to provide you with all the similarities and differences between OpenMove and Aeropex headphones to help you pick the best AfterShokz for you and your lifestyle. Read on to weigh your options!


What Makes OpenMove Different


When To Use OpenMove - These new and entry-level AfterShokz headphones are perfect for commuting, doing work around the house, and enjoying a variety of casual outdoor activities.


Comfort - OpenMove allows you to stay connected and aware of your surroundings. A lightweight partial titanium fit delivers secure open-ear comfort for everyday use and low-impact activity. 


Price - OpenMove delivers best-in-class bone conduction technology along with loud volume and rich bass at an affordable price. Consider OpenMove your go-to wireless headphones for an introduction to bone conduction technology and how it works, and to best accommodate a savings-conscious budget. 


Durability - An IP55 rating provides these wireless bone conduction headphones with added protection against sweat, dust, and moisture. 


Battery Life - OpenMove headphones feature 6 hours of continuous battery life to make music and calls effortless and efficient. 


Additonnal Features - OpenMove are the only AfterShokz headphones with 3 EQ modes (Human Voice, Standard, and Earplug Mode). Simply toggle between each EQ setting to enjoy better acoustics based on your audio choice to create a more custom listening experience.


Shop OpenMove for $99.95 in Alpine White and Slate Grey online now




What Makes Aeropex Different



When To Use Aeropex - AfterShokz Aeropex headphones are ideal for endurance sports, intense training sessions, and tech-savvy consumers who always want the best-of-the-best in performance and design.


Comfort - Aeropex wireless headphones are designed to work as hard as you do without compromising on comfort. The featherweight, wraparound titanium frame delivers a secure open-ear fit so you can go the distance. 


Price - Our most advanced bone conduction technology yet coupled with premium engineering gives Aeropex an edge over most traditional in-ear endurance headphones and sports headphones. Though pricier than most of our other AfterShokz models, AfterShokz headphones are well worth the investment. 


Durability - Aeropex is fortified with an IP67 waterproof level of protection, allowing it to withstand any outdoor element as well as your sweatiest workouts. Go for a rainy run or enjoy a virtual HIIT (high-intensity interval training) class and Aeropex will stand up to the test. 


Battery Life - Aeropex boasts 8 hours of continuous battery life so you can wear them on race day, during a long workout, or for daily tasks and errands without reaching for your charger.


Additonal Features - At just 26 grams, Aeropex is the lightest headphone in the AfterShokz product family. The soft silicone frame design provides a second-skin feel for added comfort. Enjoy a virtually weightless wear experience when you’re training hard or enjoying your audio.


Shop Aeropex for $159.95 in Cosmic Black and Lunar Grey, Solar Red, and Blue Eclipse online now



What Makes OpenMove and Aeropex Similar


Sound Quality - OpenMove boasts PremiumPitch 2.0 sound quality, the same as our AfterShokz Aeropex model, which allows for richer bass and louder volume perfect for music fans and the everyday commuter alike. 


Controls - Both OpenMove and Aeropex headphones are designed with our signature multifunction button for easy access controls for audio, device voice assistant, and calls. Find the multifunction button on the outside of the left transducer on your headphones! 




Learn more about OpenMove and Aeropex headphones on the AfterShokz website.