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March 2017

The EVZero is the latest addition to the Oakley range

Over the past two months I’ve been swapping between the EVZero Range and Path, oakley sunglasses sale and have ridden them in every light and weather condition you can imagine (on the east coast of Australia that is). I preferred the bigger Range lens shape,  oakley sunglasses outlet as I have extremely sensitive eyes and enjoyed the added coverage, although the larger lens may not suit smaller faces. The versatility of the photochromatic lens was also much appreciated.
By eliminating the frame, Oakley has created their widest unobstructed range of view yet. With distortion-free, crisp vision across the entire lens, and plenty of coverage to boot, the lightweight glasses literally disappear on your face, leaving you completely immersed in your environment. With that said, I’m not sure the EVZero is Oakley’s best effort.
The biggest niggle I have with the EVZero is the fixed lens, and I’d happily trade a few grams to be able to swap lenses — especially when it comes to the Prizm lens. As the Prizm lens provides great visual clarity for the environment it’s been designed for, it’s tuned so specifically that once you leave that environment it’s not great.

 

Oakley’s Radar Pace smart sports sunglasses

Oakley’s Radar Pace smart sports sunglasses, built in collaboration with Intel, are now available from Oakley Stores and Sunglass Hut locations across Europe, the US and Australia.


The voice activated sports specs were teased on stage at CES 2016 after years of development – Intel signed a deal with Oakley’s parent company Luxottica way, way back in December 2014.Wareable verdict: Oakley Radar Pace review RADAR PACE™ oakley sale.
So what’s so exciting? The Pace, which cost $449, include a pair of removable earphones, built into the frames. These include three microphones and a host of sensors – an accelerometer, gyroscope cheap real oakleys , barometer and humidity and proximity sensors. We don’t know what exact Intel chip is being used, we assume it’s Curie.


As far as improving the functionality of the smart specs in the future, this is something that users can look forward to. “We designed the hardware to live for a while in the market,” Dias told us. “We will be pushing software updates that add functionality. The hardware is prepared to receive more capability than it currently has today.”