Eye Connect glasses have been designed to do everything that normal sunglasses can do—protect the eyes by blocking potentially harmful UV rays and annoying glare—plus more. Each pair of these sunglasses is Bluetooth compatible, which means you'll be able to connect them to most mobile phones, and each one also contains a built-in earbud for private listening. Furthermore, each pair contains a tiny onboard camera that's purported to take photos and selfies with great clarity, too.
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Once you've connected a pair of these sunglasses to your smartphone (they're compatible with various devices, including Apple and Android devices) via Bluetooth, you'll have access to everything on your smartphone whenever you're wearing them. That means, regardless of whether you're driving along in your vehicle or running, walking or sitting outdoors, you'll be able to have phone conversations with people and listen to audio recordings. For private listening, all you'll need to do is pull down the magnetic earbud located at the end of your glasses' right arm, and put it in your right ear. Since a button on that same right arm of your glasses will also enable you to take photos, wearing these sunglasses may make you feel like you've got a mini-smartphone attached to your head. Plus, unlike an ordinary smartphone, they'll enhance your vision while you're in the sun.
These sunglasses' fairly thin black frames will look good on people of both genders and will also suit people of various age groups. The arms of the sunglasses are a bit thicker than the frames, but they've been designed that way so the right arm can accommodate a Bluetooth chip, an earbud, and a tiny camera. Although these sunglasses are lightweight—which means that putting a pair on won't make you feel as if you're attaching a weight to your face—they're made with durable materials that may last for years.
You can wear these sunglasses with the lenses they come with, but if you want to remove those lenses and put in another set, that's an option. As long as the new lenses are a similar size and shape to the original ones, you'll be able to pop the original ones out and put the new ones in. This may be a valuable option for those people who require prescription lenses to see things at a distance, or those who need a certain type of lens to read.
The original Eye Connect lenses, aside from blocking glare and UV rays like virtually all pairs of sunglasses do, will also block blue light. Blue light, which is commonly emitted by digital devices like computers, smartphones, and televisions, can be damaging to the eyes. However, if you put a pair of these sunglasses on while you're looking at a digital screen, you can help mitigate (or even completely eliminate) that damage.
To keep the Bluetooth and camera features associated with these glasses working, you'll need to charge the glasses like you would a smartphone, so each pair comes with a small charging cord. In order to charge the glasses, you'll have to plug the smaller end of the cord into the glasses and the larger end into a USB port. If you've got a laptop or desktop computer, a USB port will likely be available via one of these devices.
These sunglasses are known as being water resistant, so if you accidentally splash or spray them, or drop them into a lake or pool for a few seconds, it's unlikely that they'll incur any damage. Even the digital features will likely continue to work properly after being exposed to a bit of water.
Professional photographers may need more advanced equipment, but if you just take photographs casually for fun, using the camera within your Eye Connect glasses may be an ideal choice. This camera will take clear photos, as opposed to the blurry-looking ones that are sometimes produced by low-quality smartphones. What's more, using a camera that's built into your sunglasses will reduce the amount of equipment you'll need to carry when you want to take photos outdoors.
When it's connected to your smartphone, the Bluetooth chip within a pair of these sunglasses will give you access to enough information to entertain you for hours. Through this chip, you'll be able to listen to a multitude of audio recordings (such as music and audiobooks) from your phone without actually carrying the phone. If you've got hours to kill while you're lying on the beach or sitting in your backyard, you may even be able to finish a whole audiobook before you feel the need to go inside.
Many people like black sunglasses and look attractive while wearing them, but if you're looking for a brighter, flashier look, you might be disappointed that these Eye Connect sunglasses only come in black.
Some pairs of sunglasses come with a protective case, but these ones do not. If having a case in which you can store the glasses (and perhaps their charging cord) is important to you, you'll need to find one of a suitable size and shape on your own.
While the Eye Connect sunglasses are water resistant, which makes them an improvement on those that leave themselves open to water damage, they're not completely waterproof. Consequently, while sitting near a body of water while wearing them is fine, you shouldn't go swimming in them. Along the same lines, if they get dunked in water for a few seconds, they'll probably survive, but if they're dunked for an hour, they'll probably end up damaged in a variety of ways.
If you have important social or work-related phone calls to make, but you want to get a workout in within the same period of time, you'll be able to do so while wearing these sunglasses. You can walk, jog or bike while making your calls through the Bluetooth connection between these glasses and your phone. As long as you don't push yourself so hard that you're out of breath, you'll likely experience a super-productive hour or two on both fronts. Then you'll have some time to relax after making your calls, instead of having to push yourself through a workout afterward.
People who obtain lower-quality pairs of sunglasses often have to replace them every summer or even a couple of times each summer. On the other hand, you may be able to wear the same pair of Eye Connect glasses for up to a decade without replacing them. Similarly, you may not need to replace as many lost or damaged smartphones once you start wearing these glasses, either. Instead, you'll be able to leave your phone safely at home while you're outdoors and use the sunglasses' Bluetooth chip to access what's on it.
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