The Buhel D01 Bone Conductive Headphone Transmits Sound Like a Skull

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 22, 2012 • References: & industrialdesignserved
Yes, the Buhel D01 Bone Conductive Headphone is attached to the outside of your cranial armor, and incredibly, it can still offer discernible audio. It operates on the principle of sound passing through the hard shell of the human skull so that no earbuds need to be worn within the close-packed padding of your safety wear.

As a single compact piece of electronic equipment, this accessory is ideal for use on-the-go. It can be fastened to the outside of your headgear, incorporating a little arm with a microphone that curves around towards your mouth. Max Battaglia's aerodynamic sculpting makes the bluetooth headset ideal for use on the road so that you can carry on with important conversations in transit on your motorcycle. Stats for Helmet-Ready Headsets Trending: Older & Chilly
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