Bose Frames Review
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From the patented acoustic chambers to the premium grade lenses, Bose Frames are designed for sun and sound. With 5 style options to choose from (Alto, Rondo, Soprano, Tempo Sports, and Tenor), Bose Frames let you discreetly listen to your tunes while still hearing and interacting with the world around you. The internal rechargeable battery lasts up to 12 hours on standby or 3.5 total hours of audio playback. Nothing goes in or on your ears, but you still get personalized sound, phone calls, and support for the bleeding edge Bose AR (Augmented Reality) technology, all through an easy Bluetooth connection.
With 99% UVA/B protection with the included lenses and
additional lenses available for purchase (in both polarized and non-polarized options), Bose Frames are real eye protection
with the famed Bose audio performance.
of December 19, 2019, Bose Frames, in all sizes and styles, will be
“prescription-ready” in the United States. Note, this is not applicable outside
of the US.*
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"Hi, everyone. It's Adam with World Wide Stereo, today showing you a fun new product from Bose, the Frames. So, the Frames. Yeah, they look like sunglasses sitting in front of me, but what you may not see is right around the ear here, Bluetooth-enabled speakers and a microphone.
Yep, charge these guys up, pair them to your phone, walk around all day listening to music, answering phone calls. A really, really fun, exciting product. These are called the Altos, and then they have a rounder version called the Rondos. So on the inside here, you have where you will charge them up at night. And you'll get about three and a half hours of battery life out of these. They're not very big, so there's not a whole lot of battery capacity to them.
But three and a half hours of having some music with wearing some cool sunglasses. Pretty neat. Because the speakers are actually not going in your ears, they call this an open-ear headphone experience. And I didn't know what to expect at first, but putting them on and listening, it's so close to your ear, it actually sounds pretty good. It was interesting to walk around with sunglasses on and just have this music playing in free space.
And it was neat. I liked it a lot. The Bose Altos have two options for lenses. You have a Mirrored Silver Polarized finish or a Gradient Blue Non-Polarized finish. The Bose Rondo glasses also have two options for lenses. They have a Mirrored Rose Gold Polarized finish or a Gradient Blue Non-Polarized finish. Bose is currently unable to support the use of any third party or prescription lenses, as any unauthorized modifications to the Bose frames will void the warranty.
These are the Bose Frames Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses. They're $199. They'll be available online, or if you happen to be in the area, you can stop by our Ardmore or Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania showrooms. We're authorized dealers for everything that we sell here. We offer a 60-day return policy and free shipping. If you have any questions or comments about the product, you can leave them in the comment section below, or you can call or email us at any time.
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