I hadn't even tried bone conduction headphones until a few months ago. I had just started my role as TechRadar's fitness editor and was looking forward to trying them out. Lo and behold, they're now my favorite thing, and cheaper than ever on Prime Day deals.

The Shokz OpenRun are my go-to headphones (we call them "the world's best bone conduction headphones"), and now they're cheaper than ever. Before, they were only reduced to around €110, but right now on Amazon they are €40 less than the RRP of only €89,95 (opens in a new tab). See them in full below:

(Not in the US? Scroll down for the best Shokz deals in your area)

Today's best Prime Day Shokz bone conduction headphone deals

The best bone conduction headphones (which, let's be clear, are the previous pair) send sound through the bones of the skull to the eardrums rather than directly into the ears.

This allows you to listen to your favorite songs, podcasts, and audiobooks (see Audible's best deals for a good selection, I'm tweaking Return Of The King) and keep your ears open as you run.

With clarity on both fronts, I feel more aware of traffic, pedestrians, and sometimes wildlife, allowing me to run safely while enjoying a solid audio experience. For me, it's a better experience than the active noise-canceling transparency modes of most headphones, because the air between your ears doesn't fight for space. It sounds weird, but I encourage you to try them at this price.

Not convinced? I've left a few more bone conduction headphone deals below, on other Shokz products.

More Bone Conduction Headphone Deals

No matter where you live, here you'll find all the lowest prices for Shokz headphones on the web, with deals available in your area.

Today's best Shokz OpenRun deals

More US Prime Day Deals

matt evans

Titulaire d'une maîtrise en journalisme de l'Université de Cardiff, Matt has started his career dans le journalisme numerique à Men's Health et y est resté pendant plus de deux ans, où il a fait ses preuves dans les reportages sur la santé et la physical condition. Since then, his byline has been featured in a wide variety of publications and sites, including Runner's World, Women's Health, Men's Fitness, LiveScience and Fit&Well, covering everything from exercise to nutrition, mental health and more, to covering extreme sports for Red Bull. .

Stretching is Matt's best fitness tip. He first discovered exercise through martial arts, being a black belt in karate, and trained for many years in kickboxing. During COVID, he, too, fell in love with yoga, as it combined martial arts-style stretching with some personal space.

When he's not training or writing about health and fitness, he can be found reading thick fantasy books with lots of fictional maps.

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