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2017

Good Design Award

Award-winning item
Shenzhen Voxtech Co.,Ltd [AfterShokz Trekz Air Bone Conduction Headphones]
Business Owner
Bone conduction headphones in consumer electronics
Category
Sound and video equipment
Company
Shenzhen Voxtech Co.,Ltd (China)
Award Number
17G050321
Outline of Good Design Award winners
Outline of Good Design Award winners 2017

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Outline

Aftershokz Trekz Air is behind our incredible open ear listening experience that prioritizes situational awareness and longterm comfort. The backbone of the industrial design is its lightweight titanium frame, an element chosen not only for its strength and durability, but also for its infinite flexibility, which delivers maximum comfort and the very best sound. The key value of AfterShokz lies in one very important concept: be open. Trekz Air headphones are built for people who value their personal safety, comfort and staying connected from your music to your moments without compromise.

Producer

Ken Chen/ Shenzhen Voxtech Co.,Ltd.

Director

Ken Chen/ Shenzhen Voxtech Co.,Ltd.

Designer

Jun Xu, Yi Tang, Lei Zhong/ C3 Strategy Consultant Co.,Ltd.

Market release pending
2017/9/1

Evaluation

This is a specially designed bone conduction stereo headphones for those users who pay big comfort attentions on wear comfort and continues keep in the music. Situational awareness and long-term comfort, is the product design innovation goals. Built in the entire interior of the headphones, including the ear hanging and surrounded by titanium frame and titanium alloy thread, in the provision of maximum comfort and the best sound at the same time, the formation of lightweight, flexible and flexible, high strength and durable quality characteristics. As a high-quality shape memory alloy, titanium wire also provides a constant wear-resistant clamping force with large elastic deformation to suit the user's different size of the head.

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