“What’s the difference between Titanium and Titanium Mini?”
This is a question we hear a lot at AfterShokz, and with the launch of our Titanium Mini & Activity Belt Bundle kicking off this week, we’re about to hear it a whole lot more!
Both models are jam packed with some awesome features. Both have Bluetooth 4.1, dual noise-canceling mics, IP55 certified sweat resistance, and an open ear listening experience unlike any other headphones in the game. Not to mention, they both only weigh a mere 1.2 ounces. So what's the difference already? The size of the headband.
We don't call it "mini" for nothing. The headband on Titanium Mini measures about 1 inch shorter than the headband on Titanium, making it a better fit for teens and certain adults too (hey, some of us just have small heads)!
Check out our nifty sizing tool. As shown in the diagram, measure behind your head from the back of your left ear to your right ear. If the 7-inch strip of paper fully extends between your left ear and your right ear, Titanium Mini might be juuuuust right!
Important: make sure your printer is scaled to 100% on a standard 8.5” x 11” page.
Cut out the measuring tool using the dotted line as a guide.
Hold the left side (L) behind your left ear and stretch the tool across the back of your head (toward your right ear).
If the white section of the sizing tool is touching your right ear, choose Trekz Titanium Mini.
If the the orange section of the sizing tool is touching your right ear, choose Trekz Titanium.