Be Open to communication. Unlike traditional headsets, OpenComm features the signature Shokz open-ear design to keep you connected in the workplace. The award-winning OpenComm headset enables clear communication through the DSP noise-canceling boom microphone. Enjoy up to 16 hours of talk time and a 5-minute quick charge feature to improve efficiency and connection at all types of workplaces. Whether you’re working from home, an office, from the road, or other job site, OpenComm makes collaboration easy.
Noise canceling boom microphone
OpenComm enables clear communication through an adjustable DSP noise-canceling boom microphone. The mic eliminates background noise in loud environments allowing for crystal-clear voice quality during phone calls.
Unlike traditional mobile headsets that cover the ears and block out your surroundings, OpenComm is engineered with patented 7th generation bone conduction technology and features Shokz signature open-ear design, allowing for environmental safety and awareness.
For people on-the-go
Compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices, OpenComm enables hands-free communication with the audio quality you need to stay seamlessly connected, anytime, anywhere.
16 hours of talk time
With up to 16 hours of talk time and up to 8 hours of battery life, OpenComm is always powered up for all-day productivity.
5-minute quick charge
Low on battery right before a conference call? No problem - thanks to OpenComm’s magnetic induction charging cable, 5 minutes of charge time gives you up to two hours of talk time.
Lightweight and comfortable
Created from premium materials, including a wraparound titanium frame, OpenComm is lightweight and flexible while remaining durable. You’ll forget your wearing anything at all.
OpenComm is durable enough to repel dust, sweat, and moisture, so you can take a call from anywhere, worry-free.
Bluetooth v5.1 connectivity
Simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device with an operating range of up to 33-feet.
Go from call to call without skipping a beat with the easily accessible multifunction button. A simple tap allows you to play, pause, skip, activate voice assistant, and answer calls.
Pair your compatible Android device to OpenComm with Near Field Communication (NFC). Bluetooth pairing allows your Android device to automatically sync when it’s within a certain range. Unlock a new level of safety in your work environment with virtually hands-free connectivity.
A:AnswerI use these in a tractor-trailer driving down the road and the people who are contacting me say that they can't hear any truck noise in the background. So I would say yes they are noise canceling.
A:AnswerIf you are on my left, looking at my left ear, assume that my nose points forward and is zero / horizontal.
When in the lowest position facing forward it angles directly towards my mouth, around 35/40 degrees below horizontal.
When 'stowed' behind the ear, keeping the same orientation towards horizontal, it's pointing behind me, just below horizontal, about 200 degrees back from the level forward position.
A:AnswerExactly the same as aeropex for listening to music and podcasts. This one shines for the audio clarity of the microphone. The person on the other end of the call will thank you. This has the comfort of the Aeropex but is made for talking on the phone. The aeropex is garbage for talking on the phone. I love my Aeropex for working out and purchased this for the office. My wife said this was clearer than me holding my handset to my ear.
A:AnswerHi Roy- Shokz here! We're sorry to hear your OpenComm is not working properly. We have a two-year warranty on all Shokz, we'd be happy to assist you in filing a warranty claim so you can receive a replacement pair! Please contact our Customer Happiness Team so we can assist you further or visit our website directly to submit a warranty claim. Thank you!
A:AnswerYes and no. It cannot be connected to both simultaneously. It is definitely not designed for it. I have to shut the bluetooth off on one device before i can get the headset to connect with the other. I have a pair of Bose Soundsport that actually has a button for switching devices and wish these did the same.