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Soundcore Frames Cafe

Audio Glasses with OpenSurround System for Spacious Sound

$169.99
  • Open-Ear Sound Experience: Soundcore Frames has 4 speakers and a custom audio processor to deliver clear, immersive sound to the space around your ears. Enjoy your favorite music while maintaining awareness of your surroundings.
  • Tap to Call: Simply tap the audio temple to answer calls. Dual microphones pick up your voice clearly over background noises and Privacy mode automatically activates to stop people around you overhearing your calls.
  • Wide Range of Styles: Soundcore Frames audio smart glasses has a detachable front frame so you can switch between polarized sunglasses and blue-light filtering designs whenever you want.
  • Lightweight and Comfortable Fit: Flexible hinges ensure Soundcore Frames Cafe audio smart glasses fit a wider range of faces. Frame Width: 144mm, Lens Width: 52mm, Bridge Width: 20mm, Temple Length: 140mm. Try on virtually via the Soundcore app.
  • Extended Playtime: A single charge of Soundcore Frames audio smart glasses gives you up to 5.5 hours of listening—enough to keep you entertained while you hike, run errands, do chores, and more.
  • You can choose to buy Soundcore Frames as a complete set with audio temples or as an individual front frame.
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“Anker’s design has an appealing feature in the ability to quickly swap frame styles. To me, this makes the smart glasses much more usable in the long run.”
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“I've been trying them for the past couple of weeks and have come away impressed with their looks, versatility, and performance.”
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“You'll get a dash of style at a decent price.”
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“...Soundcore is hoping it can do its own part in pushing the concept of audio glasses to wider popularity.”
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“The Soundcore Frames brings modularity to the world of audio glasses”

Extraordinary sound and design quality

"Once more Anker has brought an excellent product to market with very high design values that make these Smart Glasses really easy to use and enjoy."
- L*******

Great Sound and Design!

"They look great and are a nice weight. Not too heavy and not too light...The Soundcore frames have definitely had a ton of thought put into them...it will be a solid product for daily usage."
- A*****

May be the best audio glasses on the market

"...Soundcore audio smart glasses are probably the best on the market with the Bose coming in a distant second. There are just so many more feature in the Soundcore frames and everything feels super polished and refined."
- G******* B*****

A game changer

"These glasses let you listen to music or audiobooks and take phone calls with just a tap on the frame or a voice command. It's the most convenient way to access any audio input."
- R****** H*****

Clear sound, great fit!

"The open ear design makes them perfect for use while walking, jogging, cycling, etc, when you still want to be able to hear ambient sounds like traffic, people talking, and dogs barking."
- N** J***** F******

Good quality frames and sound quality

"Overall, it's pretty impressive how such a small package can produce a fairly nice sound and I have had no problems connecting to my phone or charging the batteries...I think they did a really nice job with these."
- e***
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”Soundcore Frames have a unique interchangeable frame design and the world's first OpenSurround System for open-ear surround sound which offers users a completely new lifestyle and technology experience.“

Mix and Match Frames

Discover the Full Collection

Perfectly Framed

Cafe’s frame is made out of durable TR90 with blue-light filtering lenses to keep your eyes protected while you’re working on a laptop or relaxing with your phone or a tablet. The lenses are also scratch- and shatter-resistant for enhanced durability.

About Prescription Lenses

About Prescription Lenses

  • ● Currently, Soundcore doesn’t offer prescription lenses as an option for Soundcore Frames.
  • ● The lenses in our frames are detachable and replaceable.*
  • ● If you need prescription lenses for your Soundcore Frames, please take the front frame to your optometrist
    to replace the standard lenses with prescription ones.
  • *Excluding the Festival style.

Look Book

Match your frames to your style, hobbies, and location.

Zero ToolsZero Hassle

Switching between different frame styles is a piece of cake, as easy as 1, 2, 3… Ok, no more clichés.
Simply remove the audio temples from your current frame’s hinges and attach another.
Go from classic designs, to blocking blue light, or something a little more playful within seconds.

OpenSurroundTM
Audio System

4 speakers positioned around your ears are driven by a custom audio processor and algorithm to fill the space with spacious and immersive sound. For a tailored listening experience, choose from 7 levels of surround sound to go from the front row at a show to the center of an arena.

Between You and Me

Between You and Me

2 microphones work in tandem with a noise reduction algorithm to pick up your voice clearly while blocking out ambient noise. And to prevent people from eavesdropping on your conversations, Soundcore Frames automatically enter Privacy mode when you’re on a call.

Effortless Voice Control

The local voice assistant enables you to control music and calls directly, without needing to access other voice assistants first or be connected to Wi-Fi.

"Answer the Call"

"Stop Playing"

"Resume Playing"

"Next Song"

"Volume Up"

Fitted Comfort

Lightweight materials, hinges that flex up to 8°, and precisely balanced internal components reduce pressure on your ears and nose for day-long comfort. Plus, there are two different sizes to choose from for perfectly fitting frames.

Lightweight materials, hinges that flex up to 8°, and precisely balanced internal components reduce pressure on your ears and nose for day-long comfort. Plus, there are two different sizes to choose from for perfectly fitting frames.

5.5-Hour Playtime

5.5 hours of music is easily enough to soundtrack a long hike, lazy afternoon at the beach, or even keep you in the zone while you finish that important project. And if you’re running low on power, 10 minutes of charging will give you an additional 90 minutes of listening.

5.5 hours of music is easily enough to soundtrack a long hike, lazy afternoon at the beach, or even keep you in the zone while you finish that important project. And if you’re running low on power, 10 minutes of charging will give you an additional 90 minutes of listening.

Ready for Adventure

IPX4 water-resistance protects Soundcore Frames against sudden downpours and unexpected spills. For added peace of mind, the audio temples are made from TR90, a lightweight and durable polymer that’s comfortable against your skin.

IPX4 water-resistance protects Soundcore Frames against sudden downpours and unexpected spills. For added peace of mind, the audio temples are made from TR90, a lightweight and durable polymer that’s comfortable against your skin.

Soundcore App Experience

Download the Soundcore app to tailor the sound, controls, and more.

Virtually Try On Use AR to try on the latest styles to find the perfect frame for your face.

Shop New Styles Purchase new frames from the new in-app store.

Customize the Controls Tailor Soundcore Frames’ touch controls to suit you.

Switch EQ Mode Select an EQ mode or customize your own to bring out the best in your favorite music genres.

Activate Privacy Mode Manually activate Privacy Mode when listening indoors to prevent others from overhearing your music or conversations.

Adjust Surround Sound Choose from 5 levels of surround sound to find the most immersive sound for you.

Accessories

1. Cloth 2. Front Frame 3. Audio Temples
4. Charging Cable 5. Case

 

 

Customer Reviews

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Ron KillianRon Killian
Stylish and Functional!

I will say that first off, the frames for these are very nice. And with other frame options without having to buy a whole new set, you could have different styles as well. The aviator style just happens to be one of my favorites, and they’re very nice. The polarized lenses are a huge plus as well, making them great for being out in bright sunlight.

While the part that goes along your head and around your ear is rather bulky, it’s to be expected, as they house the audio technology. Even so, they don’t look terribly out of place or too bulky as to be distracting or take away from the frames. They’re also very light and wearing them for long periods of time wouldn’t be a problem. They seem well-constructed and have a nice, smooth finish. Everything was also packaged together very nicely, befitting of the higher price.

The included carrying case is…odd. It says to open and unfold the sides, but when you try and close the frames in there with the sides completely unfolded as per the instructions, the top ‘flap’ doesn’t magnetize to it strong enough to keep it closed. I had to kind of tuck the sides in a little for that flap to properly snap to the magnets on the case. The shape is different, and not something you’d normally expect, though I can appreciate that it can break back down into a more compact form. There’d just have to be some re-designing or clarification in the user guide on how to properly keep the frames in the case without it being able to pop back open with a light touch.

Onto their big selling point, the audio. I will say that out of the box, I had issues trying to get it to pair to my phone. I did as instructed and hooked them up to the charging cable for a couple of minutes before picking them up to put them on and wait for the pairing tone and voice. After about ten minutes of this, I figured maybe they were just very dead on arrival, so I let them charge overnight. Once that was done, they popped up under my Bluetooth settings and I was able to pair to them.

While the quality isn’t fantastic, that’s also something I kind of expected going into it. There are only so many ways you can make audio from 1. Such a small device and 2. External, sound great. So I didn’t have super high expectations for them and they honestly perform about how I expected. The app provides customization options which helps get the different tones that you might like more. I will say, however, that their ‘surround sound’ feature sounds terrible. I tried the different levels it offers and none of them sound good. Just something I would pass over right away. Other than that, they don’t sound all that bad. For some nice music while you’re out and about while still being able to hear things around you, they work well.

The voice commands are also pretty great. With no wake word, you can simply move through songs, adjust volume and answer calls. The built-in microphone for calls is also very good. I was a little skeptical considering a lot of devices have terrible mic quality, but these sound great.

One thing to note – The instructions tell you how to re-pair, reset and many other things. However, it isn’t listed in the user guide on how to power the frames back on once they’ve shut off. It wasn’t until I found the small card included in the package with ‘Tips’ that it says to press and hold in the area where the temples curve. The frames didn’t wake automatically when I picked them up, and that’s where they tell you how to manually power them back on. Something so important, I would think would be included in the user guide itself, not just a small accessory card with ‘Tips’.

Overall, they’re actually quite good and look nice. They seem solidly made, the sound quality is good for what they are and they seem built to last. While they’re quite pricey, if you’ve got the spare cash and are looking for something like this without having to go the headphone or earbud route, these would get the job done.

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Mario AMario A
Rx installed on landmark (black clear)

I like that these glasses, with my prescriptions installed, are similar to my ray bans and Oakley's (Holbrooks). Unlike the Bose glasses, these don't look like a gadget. They are lightweight and sound is decent. Does not sound like a speaker, but the audio leaks if it's not in privacy mode. I will come back and comment on the clear frames and battery life as I gather more info.

The only thing I'm concerned of is the battery life (5.5 continuous hrs of playback) I work 12 hour shifts. It would be nice to have a spare cable I could attach to my Anker portable battery chargers at lunch for extra listening time.
I would buy 2 spare cables (over for my locker at work, the other for my car).

Update on battery life:
I'm knocking a star off because the battery life is not the greatest. it says 5.5 hours, but I only see maybe 3-4 continuous hours. The charging cable is thin. I have a feeling that carrying the same charger everywhere with me, I'll either end up loosing it and be shit out of luck, or it's going to wear out and still be S.O.L.

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Rodrick
Better than expected

These smart sunglasses actually turned out to be better than I was expecting. That being said, they are far from perfect, but would probably be adequate for most people.

The sound quality is actually not bad. I wouldn’t say it has bass, but the audio doesn’t feel as flat as I was expecting. It has some dimension. The audio is loud enough to hear while riding around town on a bike or scooter. It does feel like a surround sound engulfing your ears with sound. That being said, it’s also loud enough for everyone around you to hear it clearly. Even in privacy mode, it’s still noticeable.

An issue I did notice is that sometimes it does have issues connecting to the Soundcore app, which also for some reason causes the audio quality to be very distorted and sound worse than a pair of dollar store headphones.

Phone calls are actually really good. The microphones do an amazing job at picking up my voice with ease and it sounds like a standard phone call on both ends.

The glasses themselves are polarized and quite dark and are great for using on a sunny day. The bad part about these being sunglasses, is that you need to take them off when you go inside, unless you want to walk around in the dark, while having everyone look at you weird.

They are lightweight and mostly look like standard sunglasses at first glance. However, they don’t fold up too well. The touch controls are adjustable in the app and do work well.

It’s very easy to switch frames in the stems in a matter of seconds if you want to match with your outfit for the day.

Overall, these are good smart glasses (albeit not very smart, just audio) and are great for people who want to hear music while also having their ears open to their surroundings.

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Rodrick
Better than I expected

These smart sunglasses actually turned out to be better than I was expecting. That being said, they are far from perfect, but would probably be adequate for most people.

The sound quality is actually not bad. I wouldn’t say it has bass, but the audio doesn’t feel as flat as I was expecting. It has some dimension. The audio is loud enough to hear while riding around town on a bike or scooter. It does feel like a surround sound engulfing your ears with sound. That being said, it’s also loud enough for everyone around you to hear it clearly. Even in privacy mode, it’s still noticeable.

An issue I did notice is that sometimes it does have issues connecting to the Soundcore app, which also for some reason causes the audio quality to be very distorted and sound worse than a pair of dollar store headphones.

Phone calls are actually really good. The microphones do an amazing job at picking up my voice with ease and it sounds like a standard phone call on both ends.

The glasses themselves are polarized and quite dark and are great for using on a sunny day. The bad part about these being sunglasses, is that you need to take them off when you go inside, unless you want to walk around in the dark, while having everyone look at you weird.

They are lightweight and mostly look like standard sunglasses at first glance. However, they don’t fold up too well. The touch controls are adjustable in the app and do work well.

It’s very easy to switch frames in the stems in a matter of seconds if you want to match with your outfit for the day.

Overall, these are good smart glasses (albeit not very smart, just audio) and are great for people who want to hear music while also having their ears open to their surroundings.

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Tr3yshyne
Become my expectations

These are a glimpse into the future of technology, into ergonomic design and into how we entertain ourselves while socializing. I did not expect these to be as super as they are. First the packaging is just amazing. So well thought out and such high quality presentation. You get everything compact and separated. The frame handles, the actual shades, the carrying case and the charger. All you do is unto and snap the pieces together. It connects via Bluetooth or the app and once paired with your phone automaticall connects and let's you know via a beautiful notification once you open the handles and put on the shades. To reset or reboot you take them off close handles and reopen. The features are simply fantastic. You can use voice or touch, touching is easy. You swipe backwards on the handles while wearing to skip songs etc. The sunglasses are average size and though I usually like mine oversized, these give great dark coverage and look so cool. My biggest surprise was the sound. When they say surround sound they mean it. It's amazing the sound quality you hear, they are as good as having earbuds shoved into your ear canal and just as loud. You would think listening to music in an open ear situation would lack intimacy but it DOES NOT. You are your own walking DJ and party. The sound quality while on a call is as good as standing next to the person. I mean honestly, everyone sees cool sunglasses and you are literally walking, immersed in your own entertainment experience. They are also lightweight. I mean I am more pleasantly surprised than I am happy. These are awesome. They should be a great gift to yourself and if course an awesome gift to anyone else. If things change I'll come back and update my review but as of now I'm looking into another pair.

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