Creative offers more bone conduction headphones with the Outlier Free

For workouts and–according to Creative–karaoke too.

by Justin Choo

If you work out often and love your music, then bone-conduction headphones probably would have come up in conversation at some point.

These headphones transmit vibrations through our cheekbones to reach our inner ears.  Users who exercise outdoors will be able to hear their surroundings for safety, and the headphones go easy on your eardrums as well. On top of that, Creative Technology, which has just launched two bone conduction headphones in the form of Creative Outlier Free and Creative Outlier Free Pro, think that these headphones will be very useful for mobile karaoke apps so that users can hear their voices.

The Outlier Free and Outlier Free Pro feature an ear-hook design and are made with lightweight silicone and titanium memory alloy for comfort and a snug fit.

The Creative Outlier Free. | Image: Creative

The Outlier Free wireless headphones feature 10 hours of battery life per charge (10 minutes of quick charging provides 2 hours of playtime), IPX5 water resistance, Bluetooth 5.3 with multipoint connectivity for up to two devices, low-latency mode to reduce audio-visual lag, and a built-in microphone with support for Siri and Google Assistant.

Creative Outlier Free Pro. | Image: Creative

The Outlier Free Pro headphones offer even more; it shares the same features as the Outlier Free, but it also has an 8GB built-in music player (supports FLAC, WAV, and APE) and is fully waterproof for swimming (IPX8 rating).

The Outlier Free (SGD89|~RM373) and Outlier Free Pro (SGD149|~RM607) are now available from Creative’s website.

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