Top reasons why Trekz Titanium are the worst and you should definitely never use them.

Some people seem to think Trekz are pretty cool. But IMHO, I don’t get it.


They aren’t flexible at all… Ugh, so annoying.

 

If you’re into getting hit by cars... well, too bad. Because now you’ll hear ‘em coming from a mile away. Where’s the fun in that?




Wild animals don’t roam city streets, so you definitely don’t need to listen for them.


We hear they’re changing lives, but who cares about that?

If you don’t want to learn about the safest headphones on the planet, don’t click here.


We bet you’ve got your own good reasons to hate on Trekz too. A safe and comfortable listening experience just isn’t your cup of tea, right? What if you could get them for FREE? Comment on our Facebook post with your reasons why Trekz are the worst for a chance to win a useless pair of the safest headphones on the planet.

We will be announcing 3 unlucky winners on October 6th.


33 Responses

Greg
Greg

July 31, 2016

I love my trekz titanium. However, they won’t connect to my PS 4 (no profile located). I’m really disappointed because I don’t use headphones while gaming so often that I’d need to buy a pair specifically for that. Please make them perfect by fixing this!

Jayson Passmore
Jayson Passmore

November 15, 2015

I can’t wait to be punished with the convenience of high quality sound and no wires to deal with. Just the thought of having both hands-free while I listen to music is just absurd. I’m sure these are going to be the worst bluetooth I’ve ever owned. I’m sure they’re just going to be a big waste of time. ( can’t wait)

Elie Harness
Elie Harness

October 16, 2015

I can’t wait to rock my Trekz Titanium and sockz while I’m working and jamming with my patient as a pediatric nurse! One of my patient’s favorite things to do is listen to music and dance, so we do a lot of moving and grooving together to keep her active. Only problem, is that she loves the same songs over and over. My Trekz Titanium will set my mind free… I can listen to the “music (voices ;-) ) in my head” and groove to my own tune…she’ll be thrilled that I’m still dancing with her and I’ll be thrilled to have my own tunes. I guess I’ll have to master not singing out loud though! ;-). The best part is that I can still hear her breath sounds, grunts, any alarms sounding, or anything else in my surrounding environment, contributing to my patient’s safety. Before Trekz, I was not allowed to use headphones or ear buds since they limit surrounding environmental sounds.

By the way…the fun sockz are gonna make me a rock star with her. We are always trying to see who can find the coolest socks to wear—that being another highlight of her day! She likes to try to dress like me too, so if anyone wants to send an extra pair for her so that we can rock them out together, she’d be ecstatic! Can’t wait to get my groove on and sport the swag!

Sandy Marr
Sandy Marr

October 13, 2015

Wish they sold hearing aids with this capability.

David Brough
David Brough

October 10, 2015

They do not keep your ears warm.

Joe O'Malley
Joe O'Malley

October 06, 2015

They don’t fall out of your ears when jogging so you will be stuck with the same pair and won’t lose them.

Joshua Johnson
Joshua Johnson

October 05, 2015

As a student who has to bike through a busy city to get to his classes and who also can’t stand to be a part from my music, these sound perfect. When I bike, I am always listening to music which is obviously not the safest because it blocks out the noise of traffic. Something such as this seems really intriguing to me. And also, coming from a guy who has a pretty extensive collection of headphones, I’m really curious as to how these sound. I’d love to get in on their Indigogo project.

Jessica Sandor
Jessica Sandor

October 05, 2015

Um… who wants to be safe? I GUESS I will see if I can get a free pair. I’m hoping my bad ear may get some sound through the bone conduction… maybe I will get to hear music in stereo for the first time. …but Who would want that

debra leyde
debra leyde

October 03, 2015

I would love a pair of aftersoks with my treks so i can rock them at work, getting the navy’s vessels battle ready, without the safety guy hassling me, because he is catching on to the cheekbone headphones & still says they’re illegal….

Amel Caldwell
Amel Caldwell

October 03, 2015

Treks are the worst because you definitely don’t want to hear other cyclists yelling at you that they are about to pass you on the trail. “On your left!”

Dawn Hearn
Dawn Hearn

October 03, 2015

Trekz are the worst. I could be getting dirty looks from people not enjoying my taste in music as I bike by with my bluetooth speaker in the basket of my cargo bike. I could also get dirty looks from people I don’t hear with my regular, oldschool headphones, when I cut them off on the bikepath.
But instead, I would get nothing but smiles as I zoom past with my Trekz Titanium. Who needs that?

Marlene Uhing
Marlene Uhing

October 02, 2015

I’ll rock my Trekz and AfterSokz in Nebraska.

Kai Kline
Kai Kline

October 02, 2015

It would really suck to actually hear a driver’s verbal retort after I yell at him for cutting me off, instead of just the middle finger that follows it :-)

C. Keith Yager
C. Keith Yager

October 02, 2015

Who wants to carry on a conversation with their spouse during a couples jog?

Jacob Hantla
Jacob Hantla

October 02, 2015

It would stink to win these because then I could hear my family while I’m listening to music around the house.

Suzanne Campanile
Suzanne Campanile

October 02, 2015

Pick me, pick me! I know a cyclist who would ‘hate’ the Trekz, too ;)

Martha Rowe
Martha Rowe

October 02, 2015

I can’t stand that I will be able to run my half marathons without wires hanging out of my ears to my waist. I also will hate being able to hear my music in great quality!

David Dobler
David Dobler

October 02, 2015

I posted my comments on the Facebook page. Why I hate tricks to Ztitanium headphones

luis Medina
luis Medina

October 02, 2015

They are the worst because now when I’m listening to music I can hear whether my kids are crying, fighting, playing, ugh so irritating.
(didn’t post on Facebook since I don’t have an account, I hope this comment is valid so I can win those useless trekz)

Duncan wilkinson
Duncan wilkinson

October 02, 2015

When im running i dont need to hear the cyclist before he overtakes me, and when im cycling i dont need to hear the runner swearing as i just scared the bejebus out of him despite ringing my bell!!

Daniel Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez

October 02, 2015

I would wear those aftersokz on the trail by the river. I just need to make sure I match.

Chris
Chris

October 02, 2015

’Cause distracted drivers always look up in time.

Steven Beard
Steven Beard

October 02, 2015

WHERE DO WE GET AFTERSOKZ?! I would wear them with my Trekz all over the University of Alabama campus, and it’s a big campus ;)

Thom Vetter
Thom Vetter

October 02, 2015

I need a second pair for skiing and biking cause my cheap friends keep swiping mine.

Ben Skurka
Ben Skurka

October 02, 2015

If you’ve ever wanted to catch a foul ball at the baseball game, now you’ll increase your chances as you will hear the crack of the bat and see the ball coming your way. You’ll be able to then catch the ball with your bare hands. However, you won’t have the baseball laces embossed on your cheek when you tell your tale of how great of a play you made using your head.

Zack Pedersen
Zack Pedersen

October 02, 2015

I hate the fact that it’s so quiet to use around others that I can’t bring it in to work at my office and annoy my neighboring co-workers. I also hate the fact that I can quickly respond to any questions from the same co-workers. I guess I have to find something else now… Something big and clunky and from the ’80’s… A BOOMBOX!!

Adam Bridges
Adam Bridges

October 02, 2015

Wow. I really hate how I can hear everything around me. Who needs safety??

Hugo espinoza
Hugo espinoza

October 02, 2015

I’d be Rockin my trek sox at my clinic where I’m the language services coordinator so all my patients would check em out and drool lol

Daniel Nave
Daniel Nave

October 02, 2015

Bruce,

My wife and I wanted you to know that my son Sam has been a user of your bone conducting headphones for the last 3 years or so. He is profoundly hearing impaired as a result of tumors in both ears that destroyed his hearing bones. Due to other issues related to the cause of his tumors, he no longer would be able to wear hearing aids. He was devastated when he heard this because he was an Honors student in high school and now he had no idea what could be done to allow him to hear and successfully continue his education. I was at a loss to come up with a solution for him until I researched and found your company. We were able to match up two different technologies, your headphones and a digital conference system from Sweden, consisting of a wireless microphone with 4 different environment settings, along with a receiver that we were able to plug your headphones into. My son was blown away. He said to me that when he heard my voice the first time that he put this high tech combination of technology into use, that “This is how I remember hearing used to sound like before I lost my hearing.” I cannot express how excited AND relieved my son was to know he now had a way to reconnect to his world. Not knowing how he was going to be able to hear again when he returned to high school after his surgery that Summer was a very dark time for him. The best part of this journey is that he says the hearing he achieves with these headphones is more natural and comfortable when compared to the high priced hearing aids he formerly used that he says were harsh to listen to. He is now a Freshman in college beginning his journey to become an engineer. He said he would love to experience the difference in his hearing using the newer technology that you have incorporated into these new headphones.

Thanks for bringing this technology to the marketplace and for providing a different alternative to hearing impaired people that allows them to reconnect to their world with a very affordable piece of technology.

Forever Grateful,

Daniel Nave
630-215-8865
dmnave@ameritech.net

khaled
khaled

October 02, 2015

I think important thing for use this product is safe your ears because traditional headphones feel me pain in my ear.

Lori Novara
Lori Novara

October 01, 2015

I love the sound quality, however, I wish they fit snugger.. too loose and have to hold them tight.. Not good..

Helen Bly
Helen Bly

October 01, 2015

Technology has just gone too far. What was wrong with the transistor radio, the walkman, the cd walkman? Who was really worried about the CD jumping a bit when they were running or their headphones cutting into their inner ears one minute and falling out the next? I mean this is just the worst invention isn’t it? What happens when a stranger wants to come along and strangle you with your headphone wires.You’ll even be able to hear them coming. Where’s the fun in that? I tell you technology has gone a step too far, these Trekz are the worst.

Chrissi Pappas
Chrissi Pappas

October 01, 2015

its pathetic that these headphones may deprive me of needing hearing aids when I reach 65. So many cool color now! The nerve!!!

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