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Bose Frames Audio Sunglasses £160.22 / £153.36 with fee free card @ Amazon Italy
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Bose Frames Audio Sunglasses £160.22 / £153.36 with fee free card @ Amazon Italy

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Posted 27th FebShipping from Italy

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  • Sunglasses with built-in Bose speakers that produce rich, immersive sound for you, while others hear practically nothing
  • Open-ear audio allows you to stay aware of your surroundings, while enjoying your music
  • Bose Frames Alto feature a classic angular shape and commanding lenses, Lens width: 52 mm | Bridge width: 18 mm | Temple length: 162 mm
  • An integrated microphone for clear calls and access to your phone’s virtual assistant
  • Block up to 99% of UVA/UVB rays
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If I buy 2 pairs will I get surround sound?
I tried these on in Curry's... They actually are pretty good. I wasn't expecting much in all honestly but I tried them on and I could picture myself sunbathing in Spain laying there listing to music without any annoying wires! Well worth the cash but my missus says I cannot have them
I have these - they are amazing.
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I’m getting these...look and hopefully sound awesome
I have these - they are amazing.
This is a deal, I paid around £199 for mine.
If I buy 2 pairs will I get surround sound?
I tried these on in Curry's... They actually are pretty good. I wasn't expecting much in all honestly but I tried them on and I could picture myself sunbathing in Spain laying there listing to music without any annoying wires! Well worth the cash but my missus says I cannot have them
voicon27/02/2020 19:10

If I buy 2 pairs will I get surround sound?



That comes as standard as long as you dont buy the monocle version
Because I listen through my eyes
I was skeptical too, but tried them and was seriously impressed...just I'm not gonna use them enough to justify buying them...
Have to agree with others. Thought these were a complete gimmick.... and then I tried them! Seriously decent. I want them
I'd lose them day one so no point.
Could one fit prescription lenses?
Stereo optical ■

No good if your eye is mono.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 27th Feb
ryshaz27/02/2020 19:28

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I knew there would be a virus "joke"
zcaprd727/02/2020 20:11

Could one fit prescription lenses?


I am currently wearing a set fit with prescription lenses. They look a bit big as clear glasses but the biggest issue was finding someone to fit lenses. Specsavers said no, as did vision express. I ended up going to Seen Opticians in Manchester who were expensive but did an excellent job.

I tend to use them on my commute (train and cycling, they work well enough on either but aren't at their best) or for phone calls where they free up my hands and offer privacy. They're always on me so are incredibly convenient. My only problems are styling and the 4 hour battery life which can feel restrictive when you wear them 16 hours a day. I tend to use over-ear noise cancelling headphones for office listening to stretch the battery life a bit.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 27th Feb
Battery life? Charging time?
CampGareth27/02/2020 21:51

I am currently wearing a set fit with prescription lenses. They look a bit …I am currently wearing a set fit with prescription lenses. They look a bit big as clear glasses but the biggest issue was finding someone to fit lenses. Specsavers said no, as did vision express. I ended up going to Seen Opticians in Manchester who were expensive but did an excellent job.I tend to use them on my commute (train and cycling, they work well enough on either but aren't at their best) or for phone calls where they free up my hands and offer privacy. They're always on me so are incredibly convenient. My only problems are styling and the 4 hour battery life which can feel restrictive when you wear them 16 hours a day. I tend to use over-ear noise cancelling headphones for office listening to stretch the battery life a bit.


Dude you wear them as glasses? Smart move if they suit you
the_giant27/02/2020 22:12

Dude you wear them as glasses? Smart move if they suit you


Massive nerd indeed, I'd have worn Google glass back when it was uncool! As is the Bose Frames do not suit my face but they go really well with a black tie suit and since raising a hoodie's hood gives you better bass you can look like a hacker!
Edited by: "CampGareth" 27th Feb
I used them as prescription glasses (ordered from GlassesUSA) for about 6 months but have gone back to my normal glasses for a few reasons:
- The glasses are heavy. They don't feel so when you are just trying them on but my ears would sometimes hurt after a whole day of wearing them.
- They are not great in noisy spaces, let's say on the tube
- They are not great in quiet spaces with people around, because of sound leakage
- I don't think they would survive the daily usage as I noticed a few tiny cracks near the hinge

They are an amazing, but beta, gadget. As an early adopter, I enjoyed using them when I could and showing off the tech to my friends!
Shame they don't do other designs (yet)!
Amazon are coming out with some Echo frames soon which are similar, they look a bit better as perscription frames in my opinion so I'm holding out for those. These look pretty good too, I bet these sound better.

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