’Tis the season for holiday trips and for many of us, that means long hours spent on the road, in the air, or on the rails. At its best, holiday traveling is a bore; at its worst, it’s a substantial source of stress. Never fear, your Aeropex are here to see you through it all. Here’s how to use your Aeropex to stay safe, streamlined, and stress-free this holiday season.
Tune out while staying tuned in. Hours spent at the airport or in the car are a drag, but not when you use that time to catch up on all of your favorite things. Queue up your go-to playlist or try out a new podcast and dive right in. Thanks to their amazing bone conduction technology, you won’t have to worry about missing out on flight announcements, boarding calls, or other important noises with your Aeropex. You’ll be blissfully tuned out while staying tuned in to what’s going on around you.
Set the mood. Holiday travel can be stressful, so why not counteract that stress with podcasts that set the tone for the season? Check out the Illuminate podcast, cofounded by AfterShokz ambassador Lindsey Hein, that shares the stories and perspectives of people working to make the world a better place—just the uplifting stuff you need to get in the holiday spirit. Need to find your focus? Try a guided meditation app such as Calm or Headspace to keep you centered during the holiday buzz.
Stay portable. The worst part about holiday travel is having to schlep all your stuff around. Thankfully, with their sleek, lightweight design, your Aeropex won’t add to the burden. Pack them up in the included accessory case and slide them in your pocket or, for extra security, pick up a hard case and slip them into your carry-on. You can even keep it simple and just wear them around your neck or on your ears. Fewer things to carry = fewer holiday headaches = more holiday fun!
Connect in-flight. Think you can’t use your Aeropex to connect to in-flight entertainment on the plane? Think again! With a simple adapter—like this one—you can connect your Aeropex to any wired headphone jack. Hello, in-flight movies!