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Let me start by saying I've gotten these as well as the popular Razer Anzu glasses, so I'll be able to compare them.
The Anzu glasses I got were $25 but they were the round version which look weird to me. I suspect that's why they were $25. I thought these looked cooler so I got them as well.
Compared to the Anzus the sound and build quality are a bit worse but not that much worse. Especially the sound quality. These get louder than the Anzus too, so that's something to keep in mind. Overall, they aren't headphones, but they're close enough to a pair of glasses that retail much higher, so I'd say that's a solid win.
I mentioned a "worse" build quality, when maybe I should've said less premium. That's because these seem like they were made from a cheaper plastic, but they also seem much sturdier. The Anzus seem heavy, sort of wobbly and I'd be scared to drop them. These stay on your head more securely, feel lighter and seem like they could take more of a beating.
Another pro for these glasses is the controls. Look, I get it. EVERYTHING has touch controls these days. It's more premium, technologically advanced, etc, etc, but I'm not a fan of them on a lot of headphones and it seems weird on glasses like the Anzus. The Ohos feature actual buttons that work well and are easier to use.
Going back to more premium, the tech in the Anzu is smarter. They pair when you open them and turn off when they are closed. The Ohos require holding in the power button to power down. Not a huge deal, but it speaks to the difference in price.
I almost forgot but the Anzus come with blue light blocking frames AND a second pair of sunglasses frames. That is a massive value in itself, but the practicality of constantly switching frames may make it a moot point unless you get really great at quickly uninstalling/installing them.
With all that being said, if these and the Anzu rectangular versions were the same price I'd buy those for the more premium look, slightly better sound, better tech and multiple frames.
But they are not the same price. The Anzus hover around $60 while the Ohos are $35 or so. For the price, the Ohos are better. The Anzus are not better enough to spend that much more. If you want something really good or are an audiophile, then go with the higher end ones on the market ($100+), but I think these are great for what they are.
Definitely buy these if you haven't had Bluetooth glasses before to see if you actually like this sort of product!
Easy to set up. For the price you can’t really complain. They are light weight. Feels a little cheap. But for the price it’s great. Sound for music is pretty decent. I work outside moving cars and such. Still able to hear my music. As far as the audio for phone calls. I was told I sound far and if I am in a tunnel. I mainly bought them to listen to podcast and music while at work and they do the job.
Bought it for a friend who had issues with his bose sunnies not charging just after the warranty period. These seem to fit better and are much better in terms of the charger connectors. The sound is not that great but it does a decent job for the amount you pay versus the Bose that cost 12 times more.
They are decent headphones and most certainly comfortable, but they're open air is open to more than just you, and unless turned low audio can be heard by the people around you. They are good sunglasses, but I personally would recommend the glasses variant over them, as they can be used indoors aswell, and widens a potentially selective usage scenario