World First Wireless Bone Conduction Headset
Hanics's Wireless bone conduction Headset is compliant with a bone conduction technology, meaning that this technology passes sound directly through your skull to your inner ear, bypassing the eardrum. The sculpted plastic headband goes behind your head, hooking over your ears, so that the earbuds, if that's what you call them, rest just in front of your ears.
In other words, your ears are left completely open. You can hear the music from your player, but you can also still hear everything around you. There's an immense cleverness to this design, and a long list of advantages. For example, this wireless bone conduction headset neatly solves the rudeness problem, because you're not shutting yourself off from conversation. It's no more rude than having a bookshelf stereo system playing in the background — a really, really tiny one that only you can hear. Now, this is probably going to sound alarming and controversial. But when you really think about it, Hanics Bone conduction headset is also perfectly safe to wear while you're driving. After all, how is wearing this headset any more dangerous than listening to your car radio? The only difference is that the speakers are much smaller and much closer to your head.