Abrane presents the first smart glasses with integrated speakers: costs and other information

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Currently only available in black color. Smart glasses are designed to fit both men and women. The product has a 365-day warranty against manufacturing defects. The new Ambrane Glares has a built-in speaker that can be controlled with touch controls. Smart sunglasses are equipped with MEMS microphones and HD surround sound.

Ambrane has launched its first smart glasses (audio sunglasses) named ‘Glares’ for Rs 4,999. Glares essentially comes with a speaker and allows users to listen to audio using guided audio design. The new sunglasses are designed with square and round frames. This product is available for purchase in Ambrane’s own online shop.


  • The smart glasses feature instant pairing and hall switch technology that connects as soon as you open the temples. Glares provides connectivity up to 10 meters away. The glasses have touch controls that allow you to control various functions such as answering and rejecting calls, controlling playback, and using voice assistants. The smart glasses are UV400 certified and feature replaceable clear lenses with blue light filters.

  • Glare is also IPX4 rated for water resistance. The glasses have built-in audio technology that connects to smart devices via Bluetooth 5.1. According to the manufacturer, the glasses’ speakers filter out loud ambient noise. The new Glares promise up to 7 hours of battery backup on a single charge.

Ashok Rajpal, co-founder and director of Ambrane India, said: Glares uses innovative sound technology and design to create new hearing experiences through glasses. The product combines sounds, images and style to enhance the wearer’s everyday experience and allow the accessory to be used as a form of personal expression. “

The brand claims the glasses are 99.99 percent UV protected, and the smart glasses also include sun glare reduction. The smart glasses have magnetic clip-ons that allow you to switch the lenses from blue light filter to standard sunglasses.

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