Sunday, April 11, 2021

Lucyd Bluetooth Sunglasses

Lucyd was founded in 2017 by Harrison Gross, David Eric Cohen, and Konrad Dabrowski, a dedicated trio of tech entrepreneurs passionate about upgraded eyewear. Early on, they observed that there wasn’t a single pair of prescription glasses on the market that had smart features, that also addressed the human need to see clearly and comfortably. So they made them. In the process came the Lucyd Bluetooth sunglasses.
Meet Lyte, a new generation of smart eyewear from Lucyd. These patent-pending Bluetooth frames offer a unique mix of designer styling, vision correction, protection and smart features. Sharp open-ear playback with flush speakers in each arm. The largest volume range yet, supporting clear listening in noisy environments. Noise-cancelling mic for calls and voice assistant. Two buttons on the arms enable a selection of high-utility touch controls, including call answering, play/pause, track skip, volume adjustment and voice assistant activation. Bluetooth 5.0 - Connect to most phones, PCs, and smartwatches within a 50-foot range. New easy-to-use USB magnetic charging cable with wall adapter. Glasses automatically turn on and begin pairing when disconnected from charger. Rock out all day with 6-8 hours of playback per 2 hour charge. 160 hour standby connection time. A typical user who listens to 1 hour of music per day will only need to charge their glasses once a week or so.
Comes standard with UV400 polarized sun lenses with light mirroring. Select your custom lens to have them installed by the Lucyd lab, or order extra lenses to be included separately. Unit includes reusable folding box, flat-folding case, cable, wall adapter, cleaning cloth and quick-start guide. These are light and comfortable, just like a normal pair of shades, but with all the cool tech. And it was not hard to figure out how to use them. Plus they are stylish. Jason likes them as well, so they are universal for man or woman.

Check it all out at Lucyd on Facebook, as well as Lucyd on Twitter, and Lucyd on Instagram.
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