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7 Reviews for Lucyd Lyte Bluetooth Sunglasses

  1. Adi

    The media could not be loaded.  I’m gonna list the pros and cons of this thing because they are worth mentioning, but the cons make it almost not worth it.Pros:1. They are comfortable and stylish. I have a relatively large head, but the style suits my face shape. They are a bit tight on the sides, but that’s not something that can be manipulated or controlled on my end. The lenses themselves block a good amount of sunlight as well, as you would hope, although oddly enough I find myself seeing my own reflection on the inside a little too often (as in, I can see my own eye). I guess while you’re busy working and focusing on other things it’s ignorable, though.2. They are barely noticable as a pair of electronic equipment from far away. The sides are thin and inconspicuous to the wandering eye, aside from the back of the arms that jet out a bit further than most glasses. The buttons underneath the arms is a refreshing touch; nearly everything nowadays sports some kind of touch controls so having something as reliable as a button is really helpful in avoiding any accidental volume changes or pausing.3. The sound quality is surprisingly not that bad. Of course, it has ZERO bass, but that’s to be expected for a pair of headphones that don’t have any seal around the ear of any kind. Vocals are clean and clear, and the stereo sound distributes around my head nicely. You can hear a distinct left and right from each side. The call quality is great as well; I tested it out on several calls and the other side reported that the mic quality is very clear, albeit a bit sensitive to surrounding noises on occasion.4. The case is a genius design. I’m not sure if any other brands do this, but the flaps on the inside allow the case to fold completely flat, making storage inside a pocket or a bag a BREEZE. This would’ve been my favorite feature, aside from the one glaring issue in the cons.Cons:1. The glasses do not fit in the case properly. You have to sort of jam the arms in there in order to have the case close fully, which is concerning. You can hear the physical strain on the plastic when you do this, and it’s not something you want to hear on a pair of glasses, let alone an electronic product. I recorded a video of the case and that process as well that you can check out.2. The charging capabilities are a bit cumbersome. You have not one, but two cables that come out and magnetically stick to each arm of the glasses in order to charge each side independently. When you power the glasses on, the sides power on one at a time, so you have to make sure to hold both buttons down in order to have them both turn on at once. Not a huge complaint, but perhaps wireless charging would solve this issue.3. The LEDs on the outside are kinda obnoxious. I understand having lights for charging and pairing purposes, but I think leaving them on the inside would’ve been a better design choice. Having them on the outside makes the electronics aspect stick out like a sore thumb, so that’s a big downside for someone who wants them to be a bit more inconspicuous. Despite the overall sleekness of the glasses themselves, this measly feature counteracts a lot of that effort. Not to mention the built in voice can really pierce your ears if you’re not prepared to hear it, and it is loud enough to really be heard by people around you. Which brings me to my last con…4. The noise bleeds bad. Like, in a quieter room on the quietest setting, your friend will still be able to tap along to your music sitting across from you on a couch. I suppose if you’re walking around a park or grocery store it’s not so bad, but don’t be alarmed if someone taps your shoulder and asks you to turn them off while you’re sitting on the bus. It can get really noisy. (EDIT 3/16/2020: I used these in more outdoor settings and I have to say the noise does not bleed outdoors nearly as bad as I thought they did. I asked more people around me and they seem to agree that when they are audible they’d have to be pretty loud on your head, so people hard of hearing should keep that in mind. With that being said, however, indoor applications still remain noisy.)Overall, it’s a shame because I really want to like these, but if the cons are something you wouldn’t be able to deal with, I can’t recommend them. That being said, if what I said doesn’t bother you, then go for it. They have free returns (as of writing this review) and you can even get prescription lenses for them. Worth a try, but set your expectations low.

  2. jmagee77

    I picked up the LYTE Darkside glasses about a month ago.after trying out some cheaper Bluetooth glasses at work.I wanted a every day pair that actually looked good.After an eye appointment I had my new prescription put in them.I work on a freight dock currently and we can’t have earbuds. these have been great. I don’t even have to go max volume to hear a podcast with all the fork trucks driving around and I can still hear people around me too.I recently did a zoom interview with them along with some phone calls and the sound was great.listening to music you’re not going to get low ends like with earbuds or headphones but it’s a great alternative.with my new job I’m going to I’ll have to be hands free so these will be perfect for phone calls when needed.I’ve even used them hiking. in the past I would have never done this because I need to hear everything going on around me. with these glasses I still can.Battery life has been great.I can listen to podcasts and music at high volume for 6 hours and only be at 60%lower volume lasts even longer.I have a decently large head (7 3/4 fitted hat) and these have been very comfortable to wear all day.Lucyd has a good tutorial video on YouTube that covers everything from function to adjusting the fit.as long as they hold up and the battery life lasts over time I’ll definitely purchase another pair when I need a new prescription again.my only thing I’d recommend to Lucyd is to make clip-on sunglasses for people who get prescriptions put into them.I don’t like transition lenses (which they do offer.) and finding a good pair is very hard that fit these glasses and look good.

  3. fanbuy31

    I have the Bose Rondo and Soprano, so I can’t help but compare the Lucyd to those. The Lucyd glasses have really bad audio leakage, whereas the Bose do not. My daughter and I can walk around the neighborhood listening to the Bose and hear only each other and not the other person’s music, but after only having the Lucyds a few hours, I am not sure that will be possible with these.I bought these because they were white and both the Bose that I have are black. I also do not like the polarized lenses. The Bose Soprano have these as well and it makes it hard to see your phone screen. Its bad on my eyes. I did buy the extra lenses for the Lucyds, so I plan to try them out.I have a small face (woman) and these don’t push back on my face well. The Bose Soprano is the same, but the Rondo, which are shaped like the Lucyds I bought fit the best for a small face. I feel the Lucyds slip a lot and if I bend over, I would be afraid they might fall off.The first time I connected the Lucyds to my iPhone, it said “connected “, but when I went to the Amazon Music app, music played out of my phone instead. I had to go back to phone settings and click to connect a second time before they were good to go. I will take these on vacation next month and see how they do.

  4. George Little

    The glasses were a great fit and easy to link to my devices. The only reason i didn’t give it 5 stars is you have to have the volume low so no one next to you can hear what ever you have playing. They make a great conversation piece

  5. SFWINO

    Still early but I like them so far. Takes some time to get used to but sound quality is acceptable; fashionable and very lightweight

  6. Norma Ferguson

    This fit is made for someone with an extremely large head and face .. way to big for mine ..

  7. jmagee77

    I ordered the Lucyd Lite smart glasses for my bf as a gift. the glasses are loose. the arms are too far apart/wide. it doesn’t stay on your face.

  8. fanbuy31

    I have the Bose Rondo and Soprano, so I can’t help but compare the Lucyd to those. The Lucyd glasses have really bad audio leakage, whereas the Bose do not. My daughter and I can walk around the neighborhood listening to the Bose and hear only each other and not the other person’s music, but after only having the Lucyds a few hours, I am not sure that will be possible with these.I bought these because they were white and both the Bose that I have are black. I also do not like the polarized lenses. The Bose Soprano have these as well and it makes it hard to see your phone screen. Its bad on my eyes. I did buy the extra lenses for the Lucyds, so I plan to try them out.I have a small face (woman) and these don’t push back on my face well. The Bose Soprano is the same, but the Rondo, which are shaped like the Lucyds I bought fit the best for a small face. I feel the Lucyds slip a lot and if I bend over, I would be afraid they might fall off.The first time I connected the Lucyds to my iPhone, it said “connected “, but when I went to the Amazon Music app, music played out of my phone instead. I had to go back to phone settings and click to connect a second time before they were good to go. I will take these on vacation next month and see how they do.

  9. Patrick Baker

    The optics could be better. If you’re going to wear these for any extended period of time then the lenses need to be better. The speakers could use some upgrades too.

  10. jmagee77

    I picked up the LYTE Darkside glasses about a month ago.after trying out some cheaper Bluetooth glasses at work.I wanted a every day pair that actually looked good.After an eye appointment I had my new prescription put in them.I work on a freight dock currently and we can’t have earbuds. these have been great. I don’t even have to go max volume to hear a podcast with all the fork trucks driving around and I can still hear people around me too.I recently did a zoom interview with them along with some phone calls and the sound was great.listening to music you’re not going to get low ends like with earbuds or headphones but it’s a great alternative.with my new job I’m going to I’ll have to be hands free so these will be perfect for phone calls when needed.I’ve even used them hiking. in the past I would have never done this because I need to hear everything going on around me. with these glasses I still can.Battery life has been great.I can listen to podcasts and music at high volume for 6 hours and only be at 60%lower volume lasts even longer.I have a decently large head (7 3/4 fitted hat) and these have been very comfortable to wear all day.Lucyd has a good tutorial video on YouTube that covers everything from function to adjusting the fit.as long as they hold up and the battery life lasts over time I’ll definitely purchase another pair when I need a new prescription again.my only thing I’d recommend to Lucyd is to make clip-on sunglasses for people who get prescriptions put into them.I don’t like transition lenses (which they do offer.) and finding a good pair is very hard that fit these glasses and look good.

  11. Adi

    I’m gonna list the pros and cons of this thing because they are worth mentioning, but the cons make it almost not worth it.Pros:1. They are comfortable and stylish. I have a relatively large head, but the style suits my face shape. They are a bit tight on the sides, but that’s not something that can be manipulated or controlled on my end. The lenses themselves block a good amount of sunlight as well, as you would hope, although oddly enough I find myself seeing my own reflection on the inside a little too often (as in, I can see my own eye). I guess while you’re busy working and focusing on other things it’s ignorable, though.2. They are barely noticable as a pair of electronic equipment from far away. The sides are thin and inconspicuous to the wandering eye, aside from the back of the arms that jet out a bit further than most glasses. The buttons underneath the arms is a refreshing touch; nearly everything nowadays sports some kind of touch controls so having something as reliable as a button is really helpful in avoiding any accidental volume changes or pausing.3. The sound quality is surprisingly not that bad. Of course, it has ZERO bass, but that’s to be expected for a pair of headphones that don’t have any seal around the ear of any kind. Vocals are clean and clear, and the stereo sound distributes around my head nicely. You can hear a distinct left and right from each side. The call quality is great as well; I tested it out on several calls and the other side reported that the mic quality is very clear, albeit a bit sensitive to surrounding noises on occasion.4. The case is a genius design. I’m not sure if any other brands do this, but the flaps on the inside allow the case to fold completely flat, making storage inside a pocket or a bag a BREEZE. This would’ve been my favorite feature, aside from the one glaring issue in the cons.Cons:1. The glasses do not fit in the case properly. You have to sort of jam the arms in there in order to have the case close fully, which is concerning. You can hear the physical strain on the plastic when you do this, and it’s not something you want to hear on a pair of glasses, let alone an electronic product. I recorded a video of the case and that process as well that you can check out.2. The charging capabilities are a bit cumbersome. You have not one, but two cables that come out and magnetically stick to each arm of the glasses in order to charge each side independently. When you power the glasses on, the sides power on one at a time, so you have to make sure to hold both buttons down in order to have them both turn on at once. Not a huge complaint, but perhaps wireless charging would solve this issue.3. The LEDs on the outside are kinda obnoxious. I understand having lights for charging and pairing purposes, but I think leaving them on the inside would’ve been a better design choice. Having them on the outside makes the electronics aspect stick out like a sore thumb, so that’s a big downside for someone who wants them to be a bit more inconspicuous. Despite the overall sleekness of the glasses themselves, this measly feature counteracts a lot of that effort. Not to mention the built in voice can really pierce your ears if you’re not prepared to hear it, and it is loud enough to really be heard by people around you. Which brings me to my last con…4. The noise bleeds bad. Like, in a quieter room on the quietest setting, your friend will still be able to tap along to your music sitting across from you on a couch. I suppose if you’re walking around a park or grocery store it’s not so bad, but don’t be alarmed if someone taps your shoulder and asks you to turn them off while you’re sitting on the bus. It can get really noisy. (EDIT 3/16/2020: I used these in more outdoor settings and I have to say the noise does not bleed outdoors nearly as bad as I thought they did. I asked more people around me and they seem to agree that when they are audible they’d have to be pretty loud on your head, so people hard of hearing should keep that in mind. With that being said, however, indoor applications still remain noisy.)Overall, it’s a shame because I really want to like these, but if the cons are something you wouldn’t be able to deal with, I can’t recommend them. That being said, if what I said doesn’t bother you, then go for it. They have free returns (as of writing this review) and you can even get prescription lenses for them. Worth a try, but set your expectations low.

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Lucyd Lyte Bluetooth Sunglasses

Lucyd Lyte Gen.1 Bluetooth Sunglasses: smart, safe, and stylish.

Highlights
Lucyd Lyte Bluetooth Sunglasses - Open-ear audio, touch control, all-day battery. Perfect for outdoor activities.
Pros

- Hands-free calling
- UV protection
- Stylish design

Cons

- Short battery life
- Limited frame options
- Pricey

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$129.90

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// DESCRIPTION

The Lucyd Lyte Gen.1 Bluetooth Sunglasses for Men & Women are a stylish and innovative pair of smart glasses that combine advanced technology with high-quality sound. With flush speakers in each temple, these sunglasses deliver open-ear playback, providing a safer and more aware listening experience compared to traditional headphones. Users can easily control their sunglasses with the touch control system, which offers a range of high-utility controls, such as call answering, track skip, and voice activation.

These sunglasses have a long-lasting battery life of 6.5-8 hours per charge, which means that the typical user who listens to one hour of music daily will only need to charge their glasses once a week. The sunglasses also come with high-quality, TAC-polarized UV400 sunglass lenses that offer a light silver mirror coating for UV protection.

The Lucyd Lyte Gen.1 Bluetooth Sunglasses also feature a noise-cancelling mic for calls and voice assistants, providing enhanced clarity and ergonomics for longer duration calls. The smart sunglasses connect to most phones, PCs, and smartwatches with a stable, 100-foot range using Bluetooth 5.0 technology. These sunglasses are lightweight, polarized, and rated IP-56 splashproof, making them perfect for both men and women who want to stay connected while on the go.

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// FEATURES

  • Open-ear audio
  • Touch control
  • All-day battery
  • UV protection & polarized lens
  • Microphone
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • Splashproof
  • Crystal clear audio
  • Hands-free phone calls
  • State-of-the-art wireless technology
  • Perfect for outdoor activities
  • Easy-to-use controls
  • Up to 6 hours of battery life
  • The ultimate wearable gadget for music lovers and tech enthusiasts
  • // SPECS

    Product Dimensions6.06 x 5.59 x 1.5 inches
    Item Weight1.34 ounces
    Batteries2 Lithium Ion batteries required.
    Date First Available2021, September 22
    DepartmentUnisex Adult
    ManufacturerLucyd
    Department: Unisex Adult
    Lucyd Lyte Bluetooth Sunglasses
    released on September 22, 2021

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    Lucyd Lyte Bluetooth Sunglasses are a sleek and stylish accessory that offers crystal clear audio and hands-free phone calls. Equipped with state-of-the-art wireless technology, these sunglasses are perfect for outdoor activities and on-the-go listening. With up to 6 hours of battery life and easy-to-use controls, the Lucyd Lyte is the ultimate wearable gadget for music lovers and tech enthusiasts alike.

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