Jawbone headphones

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    I've got into audio-books recently, and in particular I listen to them when I go for a walk each day. I've got some in-ear earbuds which are fine, but I only like to use one ear so that I have the other free to hear what's going on around me. It's fine, but not fantastic. Most of my walks are in urban areas, and I'm not particularly fast on my feet so I'd like to keep an ear out for cars.

    I'd heard about jawbone headphones, which don't cover your ears at all and conduct the sound through your bone instead. Has anyone here used something like this, and if so could you recommend any particular brands or models? When I look on Amazon I see a brand called AfterShokz which I've never heard of.

    TIA :wave:
     
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    I would try these when I get the chance.
     
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