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Conventional headphones generate sound in the form of an air pressure wave travelling through the outer, middle and inner ear to the cochlea. This part of the ear receives the physical vibrations caused by the sound wave and translates them into electrical information the brain can recognise as distinct sounds.
With a growing number of road traffic accidents caused by protagonists distracted and cut off from external noises while listening to MP3 players, Chilli Technology has introduced a solution to aid road/ski slope safety.
never listend to music while cycling as I didn't think normal ear phones were safe - really liked these but once I got used to using them the on / off button stopped working - only... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Graham Pettit
Fantastic headphones. Technology works a treat. Should be mandatory for all cyclists (so you can also hear road noise and other danger).Published 23 months ago by Andrew A
When you buy a product you also buy into the after service. Unfortunately after a few months, the on/off button broke. Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2013 by G. J. Pilkington
Our Son was well chuffed with his present from his parents. Spent most of. Christmas day wearing them. 40 years old!!Published on 18 Jan. 2013 by Oldcodger
The future of headphones! More safety when listening to music while cycling / inline skating in traffic. Read morePublished on 12 Dec. 2012 by Markus Boettner
Bought these for cycling to work with in the hopes that i would be better able to hear traffic and therefore be safer on the road. Read morePublished on 16 July 2012 by Ginge237
very poor charge.last less than two hours.maybe one hour and thirty minutes.
very poor life.packed up after four runs!
total usage,less than five hours! Read more