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5 Reviews for Lucyd Eclipse Audio Glasses

  1. C. Bayne

    I like to review budget (meaning under $50) earbuds, and I saw these and decided to branch out a smidge. I’ve been curious about about eyeglass/speaker hybrids. At $200, these certainly aren’t budget, but they definitely are interesting. So here goes:Pairing – it took a couple tries to get these to pair. I think I waited too long the first time before I got them to see my phone. Turning them off (very long press on both buttons until it said “off”) and then on again (another long press) popped them back into pairing mode, and then they and my phone were willing to talk to each other.Comfort – these do not go into your ears (yeah, I know, but usually I review earbuds), so the speakers are next to your ears. These are comfortable as far as sunglasses go. Because of the electronics in the arms, the arms are kind of thick. It wasn’t uncomfortable, but it took a few minutes to get used to.App – there is no app.Battery – I think there is actually a battery in each arm because the charging cable branches into two bits to charge each arm. It says they should last 12 hours on a charge. Considering these are so much bigger than earbuds, I wouldn’t be surprised, though I didn’t actually test how long.Noise cancelling – there is none because nothing goes in your ears.Accessories – this comes with a funky charging cable that starts as a USB and then branches into two bits. There’s also a microfiber cloth and a bag. There is also a carrying case that unfolds from flat into a triangular case that’s plenty big enough to hold the glasses, wire & cloth. I’d keep the non-glasses bits in the bag so they don’t scratch the glasses though. The case smells a little and needs to be aired out for a while.Lenses – I usually wear prescription sunglasses in case I need to read anything when it’s bright outside. These are not as dark as standard Raybans, but they are dark enough as long as you don’t live in Phoenix, Arizona. I have recently moved from Phoenix to the PNW, and it turns out these are dark enough most of the time. I’m not sure you can get prescription lenses fitted to these, which means I probably won’t be able to read the envelopes when I go get mail in the summer.Controls – There is a button on each arm near the lenses that you use for the controls. Long pressing both at the same time will either turn on or off the unit. A voice will actually say “power on” or “power off”. When it’s on, it will connect with your phone, so remember to turn it off or you won’t know if your phone is ringing when these aren’t on your face. Double press on either control will play/pause. Single press on the left will lower the volume, and on the right will raise the volume. Don’t press again until you hear the beep, otherwise it will pause. Triple tap will change tracks. Double tap also answers a call. – Single tap should *always* be play/pause or answer call. Seriously. It should be a universal law.Latency – not good. These aren’t great for gaming or watching movies.Sound bleed – not something I’m used to, but people around you can hear these. Yes, it depends on your volume level and how close the people are, but these are actual speakers that make noise near your ears. This isn’t bone conduction. Because of this, you can push the glasses up on your head and still mostly hear your tunes.Sound quality – this is why these are getting 4 stars instead of 5. The sound quality is fine, though don’t expect strong base. I listened to all kinds of music, and these didn’t exactly sound tinny, but they weren’t the full sound you would expect from some nice headphones or earbuds. Part of this might be because they don’t block any sound, but even in a really quiet room, you don’t get deep bass.TL;DR: These are good for taking a walk around the block. They look nice, and the lens tint is fine unless you are somewhere with bright, blazing sunlight. Depending on the ambient sound, people around you might be able to hear your tunes, and the latency is too long for playing video games or watching movies/TV. The sound quality is just OK, and that’s why I’m giving these 4 stars. For $200, I think the sound quality should be a little better. It’s not horrible, it’s just not great. Three stars for sound, an extra star because they are sunglasses that look nice and really do work well taking your sound around with you.

  2. J. Z

    I like to review budget (meaning under $50) earbuds, and I saw these and decided to branch out a smidge. I’ve been curious about about eyeglass/speaker hybrids. At $200, these certainly aren’t budget, but they definitely are interesting. So here goes:Pairing – it took a couple tries to get these to pair. I think I waited too long the first time before I got them to see my phone. Turning them off (very long press on both buttons until it said “off”) and then on again (another long press) popped them back into pairing mode, and then they and my phone were willing to talk to each other.Comfort – these do not go into your ears (yeah, I know, but usually I review earbuds), so the speakers are next to your ears. These are comfortable as far as sunglasses go. Because of the electronics in the arms, the arms are kind of thick. It wasn’t uncomfortable, but it took a few minutes to get used to.App – there is no app.Battery – I think there is actually a battery in each arm because the charging cable branches into two bits to charge each arm. It says they should last 12 hours on a charge. Considering these are so much bigger than earbuds, I wouldn’t be surprised, though I didn’t actually test how long.Noise cancelling – there is none because nothing goes in your ears.Accessories – this comes with a funky charging cable that starts as a USB and then branches into two bits. There’s also a microfiber cloth and a bag. There is also a carrying case that unfolds from flat into a triangular case that’s plenty big enough to hold the glasses, wire & cloth. I’d keep the non-glasses bits in the bag so they don’t scratch the glasses though. The case smells a little and needs to be aired out for a while.Lenses – I usually wear prescription sunglasses in case I need to read anything when it’s bright outside. These are not as dark as standard Raybans, but they are dark enough as long as you don’t live in Phoenix, Arizona. I have recently moved from Phoenix to the PNW, and it turns out these are dark enough most of the time. I’m not sure you can get prescription lenses fitted to these, which means I probably won’t be able to read the envelopes when I go get mail in the summer.Controls – There is a button on each arm near the lenses that you use for the controls. Long pressing both at the same time will either turn on or off the unit. A voice will actually say “power on” or “power off”. When it’s on, it will connect with your phone, so remember to turn it off or you won’t know if your phone is ringing when these aren’t on your face. Double press on either control will play/pause. Single press on the left will lower the volume, and on the right will raise the volume. Don’t press again until you hear the beep, otherwise it will pause. Triple tap will change tracks. Double tap also answers a call. – Single tap should *always* be play/pause or answer call. Seriously. It should be a universal law.Latency – not good. These aren’t great for gaming or watching movies.Sound bleed – not something I’m used to, but people around you can hear these. Yes, it depends on your volume level and how close the people are, but these are actual speakers that make noise near your ears. This isn’t bone conduction. Because of this, you can push the glasses up on your head and still mostly hear your tunes.Sound quality – this is why these are getting 4 stars instead of 5. The sound quality is fine, though don’t expect strong base. I listened to all kinds of music, and these didn’t exactly sound tinny, but they weren’t the full sound you would expect from some nice headphones or earbuds. Part of this might be because they don’t block any sound, but even in a really quiet room, you don’t get deep bass.TL;DR: These are good for taking a walk around the block. They look nice, and the lens tint is fine unless you are somewhere with bright, blazing sunlight. Depending on the ambient sound, people around you might be able to hear your tunes, and the latency is too long for playing video games or watching movies/TV. The sound quality is just OK, and that’s why I’m giving these 4 stars. For $200, I think the sound quality should be a little better. It’s not horrible, it’s just not great. Three stars for sound, an extra star because they are sunglasses that look nice and really do work well taking your sound around with you.

  3. antonio

    I ordered these smart glasses for my son. He says they work pretty well and that he was able to figure them out pretty quickly. He says the sound quality is good.

  4. antonio

    I LOVE THESE! The sound is surprisingly clear. I have used them multiple times now while outside watching my kids at the park. I like being able to hear ambient noises and my kids playing while listening to music.

  5. J. Z

    The glasses are really nice oh blue tooth glasses with magnetic charging ends looks and feels good and has hood sound for that small size simply hold the button under each side and it Bluetooths immediately hold again to turn off and you must do each one Comes with a professional case and cleaning towel

  6. J. Z

    The media could not be loaded.  Oh the technology… now we can have sunglasses, speakers/earphones, personal assistant in one. Amazing.I ordered them out of curiosity. Sunglasses are always needed, so these come with extras.I like them. Surprisingly they kinda fit my face (I even took a selfie to post it here:)But not sure why one arm makes one of my ears pointy. Never had that problem before with sunglasses, so either they are not straight or my head is disproportionate. Ha. Not sure.Also the arms are pretty thick and long for obvious reasons- the tech stuff is inside of them.No problems connecting Bluetooth. Always connects right away.The two arms have individual charger magnet. Basically you can use only one of the arms for the music, etc.Easy to navigate the buttons to change volume, songs, etc. The assistant is a nice thing to have.The lenses are also good. Noticed some different colors in them. I don’t wear glasses or have any problems with my eyes.You can listen to the music quality in my video here. It’s decent. Nothing extraordinary. Too bad people around me can hear it.They come with two storages- one cloth and one hard case. Good one.Overall they are pretty nice and something different for me.Thank you

  7. C. Bayne

    I love these Bluetooth glasses. I have to say, they are so comfortable to wear and so cute. They don’t squeeze your head like some glasses do, they are actually comfortable on your ears and head. It was very easy to connect to my phone so that is a plus. They are not very loud so if you are in a noisy area, you may not hear as well. I love how you can answer phone calls too! That’s always a plus. It comes with a real sturdy, cute case that fits the glasses, charger and adapter. I would recommend these if you want something stylish, that is not super loud. 100% recommended.

  8. C. Bayne

    Oh the technology… now we can have sunglasses, speakers/earphones, personal assistant in one. Amazing.I ordered them out of curiosity. Sunglasses are always needed, so these come with extras.I like them. Surprisingly they kinda fit my face (I even took a selfie to post it here:)But not sure why one arm makes one of my ears pointy. Never had that problem before with sunglasses, so either they are not straight or my head is disproportionate. Ha. Not sure.Also the arms are pretty thick and long for obvious reasons- the tech stuff is inside of them.No problems connecting Bluetooth. Always connects right away.The two arms have individual charger magnet. Basically you can use only one of the arms for the music, etc.Easy to navigate the buttons to change volume, songs, etc. The assistant is a nice thing to have.The lenses are also good. Noticed some different colors in them. I don’t wear glasses or have any problems with my eyes.You can listen to the music quality in my video here. It’s decent. Nothing extraordinary. Too bad people around me can hear it.They come with two storages- one cloth and one hard case. Good one.Overall they are pretty nice and something different for me.Thank you

  9. C. Bayne

    The media could not be loaded.  The glasses are really nice oh blue tooth glasses with magnetic charging ends looks and feels good and has hood sound for that small size simply hold the button under each side and it Bluetooths immediately hold again to turn off and you must do each one Comes with a professional case and cleaning towel

  10. Penny Pinchers LLC

    I got these for the glass frames. I heard good things about this brand and had to get a pair to see for myself. These are easy to sync to your phone and the volume control will take a little getting used to. The speaker behind the ear is great but if your around people they can hear it. It can get loud, and your conversation could be put out there so be careful on that end. The style is modern, and they fit well. The weight of the glasses isn’t too bad also. I would think with a speaker even a small one the weight will be awkward around the ear. It is not bad and even comfortable my opinion. The price is a little high but it’s worth it if you want to have something different.

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Lucyd Eclipse Audio Glasses

Lucyd Bluetooth Audio Glasses: Immersive audio on-the-go with UV protection.

Highlights
Lucyd Eclipse Glasses: Four speakers, touch controls, all-day battery, UV protection, Bluetooth 5.2.
Pros

- Hands-free audio
- Stylish design
- Prescription compatible

Cons

- Short battery life
- Limited audio quality

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$199.99

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// DESCRIPTION

The Lucyd Bluetooth Audio Glasses are a stylish and functional accessory that offers a unique audio experience. With four speakers embedded in the temples, these glasses provide crystal clear and immersive sound quality that is safer and more aware than traditional headphones.

These glasses come equipped with touch controls that make it easy to answer calls, play/pause music, skip tracks, adjust the volume, and activate voice assistants. With up to 12 hours of playback per charge and over 160 hours of standby connection time, these Bluetooth audio sunglasses are perfect for all-day use.

The glasses also come with high-quality, TAC-polarized UV400 sunglass lenses with a fashionable gradient finish that provide premium clarity and reduced sun glare while protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays.

Additional features include dual noise-canceling microphones for call and voice assistance, Bluetooth 5.2, and water resistance, making them perfect for music and calls even under challenging weather conditions.

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// FEATURES

  • Immersive audio with four temples speakers
  • Touch controls for hands-free experience
  • All-day battery up to 12 hours of playback
  • UV protection and polarized lenses
  • Bluetooth 5.2 with ChatGPT
  • Splash-proof with IP-56 rating
  • Dual noise-canceling microphones for calls and voice assistance
  • // SPECS

    Product Dimensions5.71 x 4.96 x 2.13 inches
    Item Weight1 pounds
    Item model numberLCD006-30
    Batteries2 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
    Date First Available2023, February 6
    DepartmentUnisex Adult
    ManufacturerLucyd
    Country of OriginChina
    Department: Unisex Adult
    Origin Country: China
    Model #: LCD006-30
    Lucyd Eclipse Audio Glasses
    released on February 6, 2023

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    Lucyd Eclipse Audio Glasses are a hands-free wearable device with Bluetooth connectivity. The glasses feature bone conduction speakers, allowing for immersive sound without blocking your ears. The lenses are available in prescription or tinted, and the glasses have a 5-hour battery life. They also come with a microphone for phone calls and voice assistants.

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