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Headbones

Damson have released the revolutionary Headbones, a device that creates sound by sending vibrations through the temporal bone straight to the inner ear. The innovative Bone Conduction Headphones provide the ability to safely, listen to music when carrying out activities where having your ears closed off is not recommended, such as, cycling, skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding, running or simply crossing the road. The wireless Headbones deliver top-quality audio to the inner ear without blocking the ear canals, so you can hear what is going on around you, yet also allow you to shut off background noise when you need. Read some great reviews at engadget.

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TRIPCAST

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BATTERISER

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