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Through our loyal customers, we've handcrafted the ultimate open-ear listening experience for you.
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"Great sound, an innovative design, and details that make all the difference."
All Kaibo headphones are built with patented bone conduction technology & designed carefully for you.
⦿ Stereo-Quality Sound. Hear every detail accurately, while staying open to the world.
⦿ Minimal Vibrations & Leakage. Enjoy your music and calls with privacy at any volume.
⦿ Comfortable & Lightweight. Long-lasting design for people with active & busy lifestyles.
OUR TOP CHOICE. OVER 7,000 SOLD.
For active & busy people who need extra battery life and superior functionality.
PREMIUM SOUND. FOR LESS.
For everyone who wants to experience open-ear listening for the first time.
MODERN IN DESIGN. SAME GREAT SOUND.
Our lifestyle option in a unique, earbud design. Best for everyday use and travel.
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We’re not the first to come up with bone conduction headphones, but we’ve put a lot of thought into improving some of the areas where bone conduction headphones have traditionally been weak. We use patented bone conduction technology and excellent sound component and chamber engineering to provide rich, surround-like sound, and we combine this all with our unique earbud design to bring you an open-ear audio experience we’re excited for you to try!
Bone conduction bypasses your middle ear (eardrum) and transmits sound vibrations through bone, rather than air, directly to your inner ear.
Yes! Bone conduction technology has actually been used since the 1970s to help those with hearing loss and disability. It’s a totally natural form of hearing and is how we actually hear sounds underwater – pretty cool!
Generally speaking, no, but if you’re listening to music with deep bass at loud volumes, you might experience some light vibrations around the ear.
Bone conduction headphones allow you to keep your ears open to other sounds and stay more aware of what’s going on around you. It’s a unique audio experience that fully immerses you in sound and keeps you connected to your world.
It depends on the type and severity of hearing loss or disability, so it's best to consult with a medical professional. Generally speaking, as long as your inner ear (cochlea) is healthy, you’ll likely have a positive experience with bone conduction headphones.