Bose Frames Alto Lenses - Blue Gradient
- Designed for Bose Frames Alto (sold separately)
- Swappable square lenses can be quickly interchanged for a customized look
- Limited edition blue gradient colour lenses create a new style
- Blocks 99% of UVA/UVB rays, providing maximum protection to your eyes
- Polarized option available
- Scratch-resistant lens coating keeps the lens looking new
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- Blue Gradient for me- 10 juillet 2019
After using the original black lenses I decided to give the Blue Gradient a try. I must admit I prefer this as they are better for my sight compared to the darker ones. I must admit though that it took me quite a time to change over the lenses. As firstly I could not get one set of lenses out I took equally as long to get the new set in. I must admit I was frightened of breaking the lens both taking them out or putting them in. One thing this proves though is that once they are in they are very secure and therefore not likely to fall out. I must admit I am not a fashion icon but having the opportunity to use different lenses is really useful.
- Great Quality Lenses to Mix and Match- 11 juillet 2019
Having recently purchased the alto frames I was looking at options to personalise them to make them "more me" I have always had grey/mirror lenses so was happy to see them available for this product. The lenses are of very good quality which would be expected and the UV protection is very high. The lenses are polarised which for the money in comparison to my Oakley sunglasses are superb. To change the lenses it is as simple as popping the old ones out and clipping the new ones in place, they feel secure with no movement. Overall I am very happy with the lenses and have certainly personalised the glasses to suit me more.
- Over all I'm happy- 10 janvier 2020
Another good product from Bose! I did not give 5 stars because I don't like how they do not conform to your face. With them being flat, if the sun is behind me, I get a glare on the inside of the lens right back into my eyes. I have also noticed that while trying to talk on the phone via Bluetooth with some wind, the person on the other end of the call gets muted out sometimes. I think that might be the glasses trying to over compensate the wind or something. I know some are saying that the base needs to be better but come on. Your working with tiny speakers. I think they work just fine for the size of the glasses.