These Sunglasses are Actually Headphones!

Bose Frames play music when you wear them
These Sunglasses are Actually Headphones!

If you're the kind of person who always forgets something whenever you leave the house, I might have just found the perfect product for you. No more will you have to remember to grab your sunglasses and your headphones every time you go out – because these pairs shield your eyes and play music at the same time!

This futuristic technology comes to us from Bose, the same company behind my all-time favourite Bluetooth headphones. And I don't know about the rest of you, but Bose Frames are at the top of my wish list!

I've seen two styles available in Canada so far, and they both retail for $249.99 a pair. Miniature Bose electronics are built into the sunglasses to send sound to your ears – while people around you hear virtually nothing. So here's hoping all those annoying folks who blare music on the subway will switch to these!

They work wirelessly to play music and podcasts from your device – and you can also use these shades to take calls, all while protecting your eyes from up to 99% of harmful UVA and UVB rays.

You can choose between the Alto Audio Sunglasses for a more traditional look with square lenses ... or you can opt for something that's a little more my style: these Rondo Audio Sunglasses, which have round lenses.

Each pair comes with a protective case, a microfibre pouch and a magnetic charging cable. You can also swap out the standard lenses with these Bose Rondo Lenses in Blue for $24.99 or Rose Gold for $39.99. And if the sunnies ever sell out at Best Buy, you can also find them in Canada at The Source.

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