Tzukuri Bluetooth Sunglasses

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Losing your sunglasses – it’s not a matter of “if” but “when.” For years we’ve strayed away from dropping coin on a good pair of designer shades, knowing that we will one day misplace our expensive eye protection. But the Tzukuri Bluetooth Sunglasses are looking to change all that.

Another one of those, “Why didn’t someone think of this sooner?” products, these shades come equipped with a Bluetooth Low Energy chip built right into the frame. This tiny little chip communicates with your smartphone, letting you know when the two start drifting apart (meaning you could even find your phone so long as you have your shades on). In the unlikely event that you do misplace your sunglasses, you will be able to locate your Tzukuri shades using the convenient map integration. There are six different styles to choose from, including both male and female variations – all of which have been handcrafted in Japan. [Purchase]

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