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AfterShokz reports ‘record global sales growth in 2019’


AfterShokz, a leading manufacturer of bone conduction technology, has reported that 2019 was a record year for the brand. It saw year on year sales growth of 55% in 2019 and recorded sales of 2 million pairs of headphones.

Since its inception in 2011, AfterShokz notes that it has been ‘enhancing lives and changing the way people listen with its unique use of bone conduction technology.’ The company’s products are sold in over 55 countries worldwide, in 13,900 stores and it has built an ‘excellent Amazon review rating of 4.5 stars.’

With 457 patents, AfterShokz adds that it continues to pioneer innovation in the world of sports. Through a suite of proprietary audio technologies and open-ear design, the company’s award-winning headphones deliver stereo sound and a ‘promise of safety and comfort that is second to none.’ AfterShokz also notes that it has ‘committed to innovating unconventionally and makes situational awareness a priority.’

Ken Chen, AfterShokz Chief Technology Officer said, “Over the years, we’ve relentlessly chased the best combination of performance and build quality, with the mission of continually improving our products, and delivering the best customer experience possible.”

He continued, “We now have four different products on the market, AEROPEX, AIR, TITANIUM and XRAINERZ, which has helped us to cement ourselves as the leading manufacturer of bone conduction technology and open-ear sports headphones.

“In 2020 we will look to build on last year’s success and build our business with two new product launches, which will help us target new and younger audiences.”

AfterShokz is the official headphones provider of England Athletics. The company goes on to stated that ‘Bone conducting headphones are the only earphones that are approved for use in all road races under the UK Athletics Rules of Competition.’




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