Mojawa Mojo1 Bone Conduction Headset

At first, the sound of the Mojawa Mojo1 headphones may seem unusual, because they use the principle of bone conduction: they touch the bones of the listener’s skull in the most accessible place – in the cheekbones.

Bone conduction is not very good for low frequencies, but Mojawa experts have assured that the new product is much better bass than its counterparts. The Mojawa Mojo1 is resistant to rain and other weather conditions thanks to the IP7 protection against water and sweat. In the center of the headband is a rear-facing reflector that makes the Mojo 1 wearer more visible when jogging or cycling at night.

Mojawa Mojo1

Mojawa Mojo1 received a Bluetooth 5.0 module with A2DP 1.3 and AVRCP 1.5 codecs. For telephone conversations, the HFP hands-free profile is used. The 150 mAh battery fully charges in an hour and a half and will provide the earbuds with about eight hours of use.

With the Mojawa Mojo1, unlike other headphones, you can hear everything around you without any problems. If this is not needed, the owner is provided with a pair of professional earplugs added to the kit. The headphones themselves are available in gray, black and green.

Mojawa Mojo1

The Mojawa Mojo1 headphones are already available in the US for $160.

Mojawa Mojo1 Specification

Weight:about 34g with AlulaSpeaker:Bone conduction speakerBluetooth:

  • Frequency response: 2.4GHz
  • Range: >=10m
  • Output power: >=3dB
  • Version: Bluetooth 5.0
  • Protocol: A2DP 1.3, HFP(Hands-free Profile), AVRCP 1.5
  • Frequency range: 2.402-2.480 GHz

Power and Battery:

  • Endurance >= 8 hours
  • Charging time: <=80 minutes
  • Type: Lithium battery
  • Power supply: 5V⎓500mA
  • Capacity: 150mAh
  • Charging voltage: 5±0.25V
  • Standby time: Power off automatically when not connected for three minutes

Splash, Water, and Dust Resistant:

  • Ingress protection rating: IP67
  • Microphone impedance: 8.0 ohm±20%

Microphone:Microphone sensitivity: -36dB

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