Yes! iheadbones are safer headphones, and you will be safer when using them. iheadbones are a safer alternative because they work through bone conduction — a process that transmits sound through your head bones directly into your inner ear. Our bone conduction headsets allow for ear free listening, letting you enjoy your music while remaining aware of the world around you. This helps you to stay safe, alert and accessible by others on the job, outdoors, or during any activity.

Yes! States ban the use of headphones and earbuds while driving, and this would carry over to biking. Headphones are defined as over the ear speakers, and earbuds are in the ear speakers. Since our products are on the cheek bone, and not over the ear or in the ear, we are considered legal for use while driving or biking. See iheadbones helmet compatible devices.

Yes! Our wired magnet free bone conduction headsets (ihb 201) and wired magnet free headphones (ihb 600 / ihb 650) can be used with any standard electronic device with a 3.5 mm audio jack including iPhone®, Samsung and other smartphones, iPad® and other tablets, Xbox, PlayStation and other gaming systems, laptops, computers, iPod®, MP3 players, radios and much more. Our wireless bone conduction headsets (ihb F3 and ihb 80) can be used with any device that has Bluetooth functionality. 

Yes! A major setback for some other brands of bone conduction headsets is their low volume. iheadbones magnet free wired Series 201 were designed with a built–in amplifier to give you a richer, fuller, ear free listening experience.

iheadbones Bluetooth ihb F3 and ihb 80 have a frequency range of 150Hz ~ 20kHz; iheadbones magnet free wired ihb 201 and ihb 600 and ihb 650 have a frequency range of 20Hz ~ 12kHz.

Our bone conduction headsets are designed to loop over your ear, with the bone conduction “speaker” resting on your cheek bone instead of “in” or “over” your ears like traditional headphones. iheadbones come with an adjustable headset to help you find the perfect positioning. Start with the headset comfortably loose around your head and the phone placed on the bone directly in front of your ear opening. Then, use the adjustable headset or the flex band to adjust until you find the position that gives you the most comfort, and the best quality sound. There are other areas on your head that will conduct the sound, so experiment!

Yes! In fact, many people with hearing loss, depending on the type of hearing loss, find that they can listen to a MP3 for the first time with iheadbones. That’s because bone conduction headsets work through a process that transmits sound through your head bones directly into your inner ear. To use iheadbones, wear your heading aid as you normally do and follow the instructions above for how to wear your open ear headphones.

Yes! Your hair will not detract from the effectiveness of your iheadbones device

iheadbones are moisture resistant, however we do not recommend submerging your iheadbones in water

iheadbones are open ear headphones that bypass the ear drum and work through a process called bone conduction. This process creates a rich sound that allows you to still listen to music without having the headphones “in” or “over” your ear or ear canal.

Our bone conduction headsets contain a lithium ion rechargeable battery than can be recharged by connecting the USB charging cable to any USB port. You may also use a power adapter cube and plug iheadbones into a wall outlet

Sure! For ihb F3 and ihb 80, ihb 201 and ihb 600 / 650 go to the instructions page, or please contact us and we will get a replacement set of instructions to you.

Yes. All iheadbones products come with a Limited 1 year Warranty. Exclusions apply

All iheadbones products purchased through this website come with a 30–day Satisfaction Guarantee. If you’re still not satisfied with your iheadbones after a few weeks, simply follow our Return Policy to get your money back.

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