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Review: AfterShokz Sports M2 are unusual fit tech headphones

At a Glance

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  • AfterShokz Sports M2
    $80.00

    While these bone-conduction headphones are great for runners and cyclists, they're still a bit lacking for true audiophiles—and not great for use in quieter environments.

At a Glance

While these bone-conduction headphones are great for runners and cyclists, they're still a bit lacking for true audiophiles—and not great for use in quieter environments.

Price when rated: $80

Pros

  • Bone-conduction technology works well
  • A lot of improvement over the first-gen models

Cons

  • Sound quality is still poor-to-bad
  • Not ideal for quiet environments
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