I am always impressed with the folks at Bose and their superior sound products. Well, they’ve done it again. This time by creating stylish sunglasses with patented acoustic chambers and premium lenses designed for sun and sound. A first-of-its-kind audio platform makes new audio experiences possible by combining the power of a wearable product, mobile devices and integrated apps.
The speakers are built-into the sunglass frame. There is nothing in or on your ears. All the technology is in the frame of the sunglasses, so you can stay connected to the world around you while discreetly listening to music.
Unlike existing open-ear products that use bone conduction, Bose Frames use a custom-designed speaker in conjunction with a series of patented acoustic chambers and ports to steer audio into the listener’s ears from the temples of the glasses.
The overall result is unbelievable audio clarity and spaciousness that seems almost impossible given the product’s size. What’s really mind-blowing is how full and rich the audio can sound for the wearer, but how little of that can be heard by anyone else, even if they’re standing next to the wearer.
And this is great too; you can make and take phone calls, access Siri and your Google Assistant with the seamlessly integrated microphone with one button control.
The lenses block up to 99 percent of UVA/UVB rays and are shatter and scratch-resistant. The nylon rims are also scratch-resistant and subtly transparent.
The Bose Connect app gives you easy access to everything your product has to offer. Get tips, unlock Bose AR, and personalize your settings so you can spend more time enjoying the music instead of setting it up. The app is available on iOS and Android.
Frames are comfortable for all-day wear. In fact, many people wear glasses all day long—unlike headphones which send the “I’m listening to music, don’t bother me” message.
Yes, Bose has done it again! Check it out!!
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