Razer Anzu Smart Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses - Square - Small to Med/Large - Black

Model Number: Razer Anzu
Web Code: 15324609

Razer Anzu Smart Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses - Square - Small to Med/Large - Black

Overview

Enjoying wireless music and phone calls is easier than ever thanks to these Razer Anzu smart Bluetooth audio sunglasses. They shield your eyes from harsh light and feature a mic and speakers built right in for hands-free communication and entertainment. They're built for water resistance and feature a 5-hour battery life so you can listen throughout your day.
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Overview

Enjoying wireless music and phone calls is easier than ever thanks to these Razer Anzu smart Bluetooth audio sunglasses. They shield your eyes from harsh light and feature a mic and speakers built right in for hands-free communication and entertainment. They're built for water resistance and feature a 5-hour battery life so you can listen throughout your day.
  • Blue light-filtering and polarised lenses protect your eyes in a wide range of environments
  • Low-latency audio provides rich, immersive audio with life-like clarity
  • Mic and speakers are built into the frame for hands-free convenience
  • Touch-enabled and voice assistant-compatible so you can easily control your music and phone calls
  • Battery provides up to 5 hours of listening time on a single charge
  • IPX4 water-resistant rating protects the glasses from sweat and splashes
  • Includes glasses, charging cable, cleaning cloth, and carrying case
Primary Headset Usage
PC Gaming
Noise Cancelling
No
Echo Reduction
No
Truly Wireless
Yes
Wireless
Yes
Bluetooth
Yes
Wireless Talk Time
5
Designed For Gaming
Yes
Designed for Sports
Yes
Water/Sweat Resistant
Yes
Built-in Mic
Yes
Fitness Tracking
No
Heart Rate Monitor
No
Step Tracking
No
Sleep Aid
No
Sleep Tracking
No
Cord Length
0.615
Mental Wellness
No
Plug Material
Not Applicable
Ear Cushion Material
None
Colour
Black
Colour Family
Black
Weight
43 g

Warranty

Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts
1 Year
  • Glasses
  • Charging Cable
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Carrying Case

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Reviewer Recommendation

82%

Of the 62 reviewers who responded, 51 would recommend this product.

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  • The Best open ear speakers
    Reviewed by Zaid - April 26, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] These are the best smart glasses I have ever used. First foremost, this type of smart glasses are designed for those who like an open ear listening style and want to stay connected to receive phone calls, activate voice assistants (based on which smartphone is being used, such as Apple Siri or Google voice) in addition to listening to music on the move. Per Razer, battery life is more than 5 hours, I used it for almost six hours until the battery died. Design: Razer made an outstanding design by using high-quality materials and integrated them into a perfect fit to be truly glasses, they do not feel cheap but premium, very comfortable, and lightweight (43 g only), pre-equipped lenses are a blue filter for screen protection (Filters 35% of blue light) while in the box are polarized (99% UVA/UVB protection) to be swapped out by pressing firmly on the top of the lense until pops out. Both glasses arms are touch-enabled (default gestures on both sides are: 2 seconds tap Play/Pause, two taps are next track, three taps are previous track, press and hold to activate voice assistant. Charging: Charging ports are placed on both sides of the arms using a USB cable. The case is leather and feels premium that has a built-in pouch to keep the charging cable inside. Connectivity: These smart glasses are paired via Bluetooth using the Razer Anzu app on smartphones available on Apple and Google app stores. Setup is straightforward, and the app provides a simple adjustment range from remapping the touch gestures. Powering On/Off: The glasses turn on automatically when arms are opened and off when closed, along with audio prompts. Overall use: I'm the type of person who likes to use smart glasses, and I won already other two from other brands, but to be honest, Razer beat them when it comes to quality, low latency, and no-lagging connectivity, lenses quality, clarity of sound even though speakers are not too loud, but my only current downside is gestures remapping feather that does not provide an option to assign volume control gesture. If available, it would make more sense to control the volume on glasses touch-enabled arms. I hope Razer will consider this in their potential firmware update. Other than that, I'm so happy to have and wear it when working on the computer and going outside for walking.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Razer Smart Glasses are "Hear" to Stay
    Reviewed by Trobadour - April 23, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] --- Installation--- These glasses come with 2 pairs of lenses. One pair is polarized and the other pair has blue light filtering. To remove the lenses is as easy as popping them out with a bit of force using your thumbs and popping in the ones of your choice. The blue light filters were pre-installed. Connecting via Bluetooth to mobile devices was quick and effortless. --- FEATURES --- These smart glasses have a 5 hour battery use, open-ear headphone fit, embedded mic, and your choice of blue filter or polarized lenses. The box also includes a carrying case, a cleaning cloth, a proprietary charging cable, and a discount if you want to install prescribed lenses. --- PERFORMANCE --- The performance of these smart glasses is phenomenal. I received the small/medium, but I have a large head. I usually look for frames that have a wider bridge length because of how wide my head is. Though these were small/medium, the temples extend outward for comfort. This means that you don’t feel them squeezing against your head, as they expand as necessary with movement. These were tested while hiking with the polarized frames on. The music was impressively loud but controllable with your mobile device. --- EXPECTATIONS --- The product exceeds my expectations. I honestly had a bit of doubt when I read that the audio would come through open-ear speakers. However, all doubt went away as soon as I tried them on and turned on some tunes. These are perfect for walking outdoors as they don’t cover your ears and allow you to safely listen to your surroundings. However, if you turn the volume loud enough, you can drown out the ambient sound (thought for safety reasons, I don’t recommend you listen to anything with the volume at 100 percent). The carrying case looks great and fits the lenses and the proprietary charging cable. It would be nice if the cable was more universal, like a USB-C. However, it is a unique cable that requires connection through both temples tips. --- VALUE --- Listening to podcasts or music while protecting your eyes from the sun / blue light of screens is a definite worthy investment. One less device to worry about carrying if you already wear glasses. --- APPROVAL --- I highly recommend these smart glasses to anyone who wants to live at the cutting edge of technology. The future is “hear” (pun intended) and it works amazingly well.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Stylish and functional
    Reviewed by SUHD - April 25, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Razer Anzu “smart” glasses are surprisingly stylish and functional. They came packed nicely with a quality leather carrying case, two sets of lenses, a cleaning cloth and the proprietary USB charging Y-cable that magnetically attaches to both left and right side for charging. HINT, the charging cable is nicely tucked under a flap inside the leather carrying case, it took me a while to find it. There is little in terms of instructions included in the box, but there is a QR-code you can scan with your smart phone to get to the on-line help. Also the Anzu app is helpful, though limited in features. It shows the battery charge level, it has a limited equalizer with 3 presets - Default, Enhanced Clarity and Treble Boost. You can also practice the touch-gestures or remap them if need be, but I personally found them to be just fine the way they are, very similar to many popular earbuds. I’ve used these glasses working on my PC with the pre-installed clear lenses with blue light filtering and paired to my phone on work calls. Speaking of blutooth pairing was super easy. Once you open the glasses up, they automatically turn on and are ready for pairing. Sound quality was good and so is the mic, everyone could hear me very clearly on the other end. I then switched to the sunglass lenses and went for a 90-minute bike ride, streaming music and news which worked well. Listening this way was more comfortable than earbuds or bulky headphones, while being a bit safer given that I could still hear everything else going on around me. In terms of battery life, after my 1.5hr bike ride the charge was only down to 90%, so unless they discharge unevenly, they should easily exceed the advertised 5-hour battery life. Overall these will get a lot of use biking and walking, probably not jogging or any other more dynamic activity because they could easily slide off your ears/nose, since they’re made out of very shiny, smooth plastic. Also because they’re not in your ears, I personally feel like they could use more volume, as they were not loud enough for me while bike riding with all the wind noise. The sunglasses lenses are also a pretty light shade, darker would have been better. It is nice to know they partner with a company you can order prescription lenses for at a discount. These have great potential, they’re good as they are, will probably be great with their next version.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Tony Stark Glasses for Music and Gaming? Oh ya!
    Reviewed by Bren - April 23, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am very impressed with these glasses from Razer! Razer, being a premium gaming peripheral and laptop maker, has delivered a product here that will interest many, especially those looking to streamline there every day carry electronic products (laptop, phone, headphones, sunglasses, wallet, etc.) or are just interested in trying out a new way of listening to music, podcasts, and engaging in phone calls. The package: Not surprisingly, Razer made this a really all-inclusive package for the price, including two different sets of lenses (the blue light filtering lenses came installed), a leather carrying pouch, a proprietary braided cable USB-A charging cable, cleaning cloth, decals, and instructions. Everything needed to get started was present. The Looks: My glasses I am reviewing are the Small-Medium frame square lens kind, and in my opinion and that of my fiancé’s, they look awesome. My only critique in the looks of the glasses is that Razer used a glossy black plastic for the frame of these glasses that seems to have almost a static-like attraction for dust and grit to the glasses. It is a good thing that Razer included a cleaning cloth with these glasses, because I have definitely needed to use it. Both set of included lenses look great, the polarized are a nice tent and definitely perform superbly as sunglasses. Also, you can get prescription lenses! According to their website, Razer has partnered with Lensabl to offer 15% off premium replacement prescription lenses. The sound: You won’t be writing home about the audio quality of these glasses, but the audio is delivered in such a cool manner that I think that it compensates for the lack of mid and bass clarity. Currently in the Razer Anzu app, the EQ presets only allow for default, treble boost, and enhanced clarity. I think that these could use a bass boost of some kind for gaming and such, but I know that structurally the engineers of these glasses could only pack so much bass into the 16mm speaker drivers these glasses utilize. Those who are intolerant of over-the-ear headphones or who dislike earbuds will definitely want to consider these glasses as a means of delivering a private audio listening experience. These are not noise canceling or noise isolating by any stretch, so I would not expect them to work well on planes or in loud public areas. For all other situations, even on highest volume, others will only hear your audio 3 feet away or so and even then, it is not loud, just barely noticeable to others in your immediate area. The Mic: I called a few people when I first got these glasses, and after a few minutes of talking to each of the I asked how I sounded, and they seemed shocked to find out that I was talking through a Bluetooth device. Really good mic quality out of these! The controls: Controlling audio with these glasses are done with simple tap gestures. The taps can be remapped and can be assigned to both left and right temple stems or to just one or the other. The taps could be a bit more responsive in my book, but as most people will fiddle with the wearing position of the glasses and adjust the temples throughout the day, I can understand that you wouldn’t want the tap controls to be too sensitive. Conclusion: If you are in anyway a Razer fan or just want to have a new audio listening experience and impress your friends with your Tony Stark glasses, then go get these! My rationale for it is that some sunglasses like from Ray-Ban or Oakley cost a couple of hundred dollars anyways, so why not get these when they include blue light lenses, polarized lenses, and the ability to listen to audio and communicate with the built-in microphone? No-brainer in my book. My only hope is that Razer might release a premium version of these in the future where the frames are made of a lightweight alloy instead of plastic, that would be sweet! In the meantime, these are amazing for the price. Don’t hesitate! Thanks for reading and good luck with these awesome glasses!

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

  • Great smart glasses with eye protection
    Reviewed by SimpleLiving - April 27, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Razer is genuinely pushing the technology in the gaming industry, reflecting with this new Anzu smart glasses. These are cutting-edge smart glasses that connect to devices (PC or mobile), provide eye protection, and immerse the ears with sound. The greater utility and eye protection are perfect for working from home, enjoying entertainment, playing video games, and outdoor activities. To prevent damage from outdoor activities, I highly recommend using a neck strap retainer cord/chain holder. Glass holders cost around seven dollars, which is cheaper than having the entire glass replaced. I feel like the pre-installed blue light filtering lens does a great job since now, after using these glasses, my eyes are less tired. Besides reducing eye strain, the filter lens lessens screen glare very well. Now after long screen usage, these glasses make my eyes feel fresh and focused. The kit comes with replacement polarized sunglasses that are very nice to use. Bluetooth's connectivity is excellent, and I always get smooth, stutter-free sound, no audio delay nor skipping. The mic on the glasses works flawlessly; all my calls are heard clearly. I have not tested the mic in a noisy environment, so I do not know how they will perform in this situation. Controls for the audio are conveniently located on the side of the glasses. Like most high-quality wireless headphones, they have a sleek touch interface with a simple touch one can manage calls, play/pause music, change music tracks, and even activate your device’s voice assistant. The kit comes with a protective case, charging cords, and travel case. Placement of the charging cables on the glasses could be improved slightly, set at a different location, or maybe include a charging dock. The over-the-ear speakers on the frame are water-resistant, which makes this device great for outdoor activity. Overall, these are great smart glasses. It is a great companion for both PC and mobile usage. The best part, it is designed to protect your eyes.

    Review originally posted on bestbuy.com

    Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.


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