Being in the film industry in LA, I needed blue light glasses that could protect me from both the sun and the screen–these are the ones for the job! The UV protection on these lenses is unmatched–they are unique because your eye is still visible from the other side, but there is enough tint to block out the LA sun even on the sunniest days. I find this to be a really useful and original feature in sunglasses because you can use them on-site in a work setting and still be able to make steady eye contact with others. It is super useful if you work outdoors. They offer a sporty look that is also equally professional, and the variety of colors lends itself to an array of styles.
Additionally, they come with built-in speakers that work surprisingly well. Oftentimes, sunglasses that double as headphones lack the sound quality necessary for that feature to be desirable, but these sound great and even distort outside noise. Additionally, it doesn’t hurt my ears to wear these all day, unlike some earphones. I do wish that these had a lanyard to wear around my neck as they are advertised as being made for sports and outdoor activities. Though they are tight enough around my head, the additional lanyard would allow them to stay on without a worry.
If you are looking for lenses that you can wear as a fashion statement as well as a practical means for listening to music or podcasts, these are the ones for you. They connect easily using Bluetooth, they look nice and have a variety of compatible colors, and are comfortable to wear all day. You will not miss out on these glasses!
These are OK for audio sunglasses, but probably a bit overpriced. On the positive side they are lightweight and attractive. They look like normal sunglasses. Bluetooth connects well, and the microphone quality is very good.
On the negative side, sound quality is just OK. Sound lacks depth and bass. Pretty typical for glasses of this sort.
Good to block the strong UV light
I think like smart glasses as it fits for my head and the functions are great. I love listeninng to music while working in office. However, the price is a bit high.
I have had these for about 2 weeks now and they are amazing!! The quality is too notch can hear well and ease of use was great very comfortable also.
Competitive Edge Smart Technology! The battery life longevity is awesome, and the interchangeable temple capabilities is dope. The style is very sleek and fashionable. The weight is good and the lens clarity is excellent!! Definitely will talk up the technology!
I use these for cutting grass and they work great! Sunglasses are good coverage and sounds loud and clear. My son wanted to borrow them.. I may not get them back now lol. Highly recommend.
I find myself torn over these glasses. I already have a pair of Solos Neon 1-2 sunglasses with mirror red lenses, as well as multiple pairs of Bose and Soundcore audio sunglasses, all of which are very good but -crucially - cheaper than the Solos AirGo2.
Now don't get me wrong, these are excellent glasses. The sound quality is on par with my Bose Sopranos, and I love the fact that they're blue light glasses that I can wear all day. The rest of my audio glasses are sunglasses, which mostly limits them to outdoor use.
My only real issue is that my Solos Neon 1-2 sunglasses retail at $199 while these retail at $299, and I really can't see any difference in performance. They both have 11 hours of battery life. They can both hook up to the app to take advantage of the extra features, and as far as my ears can tell the sound quality is more or less identical. While I'd happily recommend these glasses for what they are and what they can do, I'm not sure I could justify spending 33% more than the Neon 1-2 version without any obvious performance improvements to explain the price difference.
These glasses have many features that can simplify the way you use technology. The glasses are easy to connect to your phone and the app is easy to install. I like how the lenses also include a blue light filter. The lenses of the glasses are quite large and might not look the best on everyone. The Speaker quality isn't the best either, I would rather use headphones or speakers in most situations if I was listening to music. Overall these glasses are good if you want to be able to answer phone calls and do some of the other functions of your smartphone from your glasses.
I have a home office, which can get very noisy when my kids are home from school. solos solved that issue with some of the best noise cancellation technology I have used. When I use my audio glasses for work calls, no one can tell my kids are home. I love them!
Generally speaking the smartglasses is good at the quality sound for music and phone call. However, the size is not fit for me. I think my head is too big for it! :-D
The sound of solos smartglasses is perfect. However, I think your company needs to improve the battery life because now my temples I bought cannot last for 4 hours.
I really want to love these glasses. They have quite a lot going for them, but I just can't quite get there.
I've tested quite a lot of audio sunglasses in the last couple of years, and of them all I'd say that Bose have given us the most impressive offerings. Their range of Soprano, Tempo and Tenor set the benchmark against which I judge every other pair.
First let's look at price. The Bose range all come in at $250 at present, a price that's remained stable since their release. At $199 the Solos Neon glasses are significantly cheaper, but when you're in this price range I think $50 makes a lot less difference than it does between, say, $50 and $100. If I can buy a pretty good pair for $200 and an excellent pair for $250 I'm going to shell out the extra, unless I come up against a firm budget cap.
Now onto looks. The Solos Neon glasses look like, well, sunglasses. Most audio glasses are extremely bulky, with fat temples into which all the tech is squeezed. The Bose range suffer from that a little, but the Solos Neon frames are noticeably thinner. The temples are a little chunkier than you might expect, but at first glance you could mistake them for regular sunglasses.
They also look sporty, which is a rarity in the audio sunglasses world. The closest comparison from Bose would be their Tempo frames, but again they suffer from the chunky temples. I could imagine wearing the Solos Neon frames on a bike ride and I wouldn't look at all weird. They just look like regular sports sunglasses.
Now the sound, which is only OK. Solos have squeezed their speakers into relatively narrow frames, and this aesthetic choice has come at a cost. The sound is OK, and if you're new to audio sunglasses you might be perfectly happy with the novelty of the experience, but the sound is quite thin. There's barely any bass at all. and the mids and highs are pretty flat. I'd say that the overall sound quality is comparable to a pair of $50 earbuds.
If you're looking for excellent sound quality I'd recommend you look elsewhere. These are definitely useable, but they don't impress me. If, however, you just really like the look and you want a pair of sporty looking sunglasses that offer the ability to take calls and listen to a little music, you might enjoy these.
These shades are awesome!! They connect to your phone via Bluetooth like a set of wireless earbuds. They work in a similar fashion. The sound is crisp and loud, glasses hold a good battery life. The only thing is due to the way they are made, the speakers emit sound below your ear not straight in it meaning anything you play loud will be overheard so not great for phone calls. Work great for on the beach. Come with a nice case and cleaning cloth. So far love these.y new favorite shades!
Very convenient smart glasses in my daily life. Add oil Solos.
Good smartglasses but frame too big for me.
Frankly I seldom use the technical function of solos glasses. But one thing really cool is its anti-bluelight lenses. I still keep using it while I work with my computer. My eyes feel very comfortable while I'm wearing it.
I have got my SOLOS smart glasses long time ago. I like it as it's useful for my daily like talking on phone with it and sound is quite good. However, I don't like the colour of the lens which was much darker than the photos I saw before. I would prefer a pair of gray lenses instead of super dark one.
What a relief to not have to insert an ear piece into my ears. Really impressive technology. The glasses fit well, are lightweight and the battery lasts for days. Crisp sound, background noise cancellation and surround sound are surreal. Calibration tools in the app are really cool, makes a big difference as everyone as different hearing sensitivities.
This is the 3rd time I bought this product. Sound quality is good especially noise cancellation. However, battery was malfunctioned for my last two items and I hope this time will be lasted longer.
I purchased these glasses because the ear buds (of which I have many different ones) would pop out of my ears when biking. Also I have an Apple Watch , so the “buds” ( when they don’t fall out) are paired with my watch but it is a pain to adjust the noise level. Solos dark glasses work like a charm!! So easy to adjust the noise level and answer the phone and talk. Walking is just as easy. Pair with my phone and download a book to listen to. Easy to stop and talk to someone by just pushing the off button. Highly recommend Solos.
It’s very easy to wear and the sound quality is amazing! Although it took a bit time initially to get familiar with the basic / advanced functions, it’s definitely worth to spend the time. Fairly recommended!
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Luke @ Galaxy Tech Review
Nice eye glasses. I love it. The sound quality is good and I enjoy listening to calls and music. It's very clear when you receive a call. I love it.
It is stylish and useful. Got a compliment already.