The Fauna Audio Glasses charging case links by means of Bluetooth with a mobile phone or PC; a particular app is not needed. The glasses are managed by touching and swiping on the temples. The glasses remain light-weight regardless of all the electronic devices inside, with both versions weighing 50 grams.
Rate and schedule
Both variations of the Faun glasses will be readily available to buy from wearfauna.com or Selfridges online for an RRP of ₤ 249 and $299. The Bose Frames Alto, went for $199, a complete $100 less expensive than the Fauna glasses.
Well be taking a look at a full evaluation system quickly, so remain tuned to NextPit for our impressions.
Two versions of the Fauna eyeglasses are available, a Spiro Transparent Brown pair of sunglasses and the Memor Havana glasses with blue light filter lenses. Both designs are suitable with iPhone 5 or later on and Android 6.0 or later and utilize Bluetooth 5.0 with a range of as much as 10 metres.
Speak with me about sound quality
The version I tested was still a very early prototype when I attempted these back in 2019. It would not have been reasonable to judge the sound quality entirely based upon that experience, but I left the Berlin trade convention positive about what Fauna was dealing with.
The audio module in each temple and each module consists of a patented MEMS micro speaker, an electrodynamic speaker, a touch-pad, associated electronic devices and a battery. Two microphones are likewise incorporated into the best temple with beam-forming and echo cancelling. The frequency bandwidth is from 250 Hz to 20 kHz.
Fauna states its Audio Glasses are unique and pioneering on the market due to the audio technology and sound instructions, claiming that the sound travels directly to the users ear without major leak. The idea is that you will not disturb coworkers or others nearby, and nobody else will have the ability to hear any music, a podcast, or your private call. In addition, users will always be able to perceive the environments and hear what goes on around as the ear canal is not obstructed making them safe to utilize when outdoors and crossing roads.
The Memor Havana model consists of exchangeable Zeiss DuraVision BlueProtect lenses which reduce blue light exposure from computer systems and phones which is proven to affect the body clock and cause bad sleep before bed. The Spiro design includes replaceable Carl Zeiss Vision sun lenses, protecting eyes from UVA and UVB rays. Both designs are (IP52) water and dust resistant and come with a two-year warranty.
Battery life and charging
The battery for both variations offers as much as 20 hours standby and more than five hours of music, voice assistant, or phone calls, according to Fauna Theres a 100 mAh battery in the glasses and a 1,300 mAh battery in the charging case, supplying an extra five chargers. Charging time is two hours for a full charge.
Whats really intriguing about the charging case, however, is the method the glasses link to the battery charger. The connectors are concealed in the hinge of the glasses, suggesting theres no cable television to connect as weve seen on other audio eyeglasses designs. These charge the same method true-wireless headphones do, whichs cool.
The audio devices inside the Fauna Audio Glasses./ © Fauna
The charging connectors are concealed in the frames of the glasses./ © Fauna.
We first heard of Fauna back at IFA 2019. These are the very first audio glasses without big, chunky temples. The audio module in each module and each temple includes a trademarked MEMS micro speaker, an electrodynamic speaker, a touch-pad, associated electronics and a battery. The connectors are concealed in the hinge of the glasses, meaning theres no cable television to link as weve seen on other audio eyeglasses designs. The Fauna Audio Glasses charging case links via Bluetooth with a smartphone or PC; a particular app is not required.
Audio wearable brand name, Fauna, has lastly launched its audio glasses. The brand-new speaker-powered spectacles will handle the likes of the Bose Frames in a relocation that when again brings the worlds of haute couture and high tech ever better together.
A trademarked USound MEMS micro speaker and an electrodynamic woofer being in each temple./ © Fauna
The Fauna Audio Glasses are the most trendy variation of this item weve seen up until now./ © Fauna
We initially heard of Fauna back at IFA 2019. I tried a really early prototype at that time and was happily shocked with both the design and sound quality. Unlike Bose, Fauna appeared to have actually created audio glasses that was actually comfy to use and fashionable. Now, 2 years later on, the end product is all set for a market launch.
These are the very first audio glasses without large, chunky temples. They in fact look and work like real glasses too, safeguarding the wearers eyes from the sun or blue light. The basic lenses supplied can likewise easily be exchanged for prescription lenses by an optician due to the frames being made from natural acetate which can be heated up and fitted by an expert. In theory, at least, you might use these as your daily glasses.