Bone Conduction Speaker Sunglasses
Product DescriptionWeight 50g Lens UV400 / Polarized FDA Certified Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0 A2DP profile 1.3 / HFP profile 1.7 / HSP profile 1.2 Wireless Range: 30 feet / 10 meters Compatibility Any Device(Smartphone, Computer, Tablet, etc.) has Bluetooth and communication functions built-in Battery 115mAh Lithium Polymer Stand-by time: 100 hours Play time : 4 hours (Set to volume level 10 at iOS 12) Charging time Less than 1 hour by exclusive charging cable Package Includes Exclusive Charging cable, Manual & warranty, Logo sticker
- 【WIRELESS MUSIC + PHONE CALL + A.I VOICE CONTROL】 Sunglasses but also play music, take phone calls and even connect to A.I. A dedicated short-key button on the left leg that gives you one-click access to Siri, Google Assistant or Bixby.
- 【BONE CONDUCTION HEADPHONES】 Built in new vibra speakers with stronger dual-spring Bone Conduction Speakers on each leg. The Vibra speakers transmit sound waves to the skull via vibration.
- 【BLUETOOTH 5.0 CONNECTIVITY】 Bluetooth 5.0 ensures instant pairing and maintains a strong connection up to 30 ft (10m).
- 【COMPATIBLE WITH ANY DEVICE】 Viper can be connected with any smart device
- 【DECENT SUNGLASSES】 Light weight - only 0.11lb (50g). UV 400 polarized lens. IPX4 sweat resistance. Your outdoor activity partner (Running, Walking, Hiking, Biking, Cycling, Basketball, etc)
Top ReviewsReview with Pros and Concs
by Noah Silverman (4 out of 5 stars)
November 11, 2018
I believe this is the very first review and here is my honest opinion.
Straight to the point, these are one of the most interesting wearable I have tried so far.
This is my review after using them for three consecutive days
1. Sound Quality / Bone Conducting (4/5)
Overall, the performance is much better than my expectation.
The sound is great for the price and I like it not requiring ear covering/insertion.
Music sounds good, calls are clear, the mic works fine as well.
2. Fit (4/5)
It feels surprisingly lighter than I thought in spite of the thickness of the legs.
The bone conducting speakers are well sitting on my face which allows its best performing.
I haven't felt any discomfort or tightness yet.
3. Controls/Easy of use (4/5)
It is pretty easy to use. The control buttons work just identical to almost every bluetooth earphone so I have had no trouble in using.
(right side) The standard pause/play and forward/backward buttons.
(left side) The standard AI control and volume up/down buttons.
(both) The standard on/off/paring buttons.
But they are kind of small for my fingers.
4. AI control (4/5)
Their AI control button is very unique.
I do not have to take out my phone for Siri to check the weather, call people or ask any questions.
1. Package (2.5/5)
The package looks very different and quite funny. Zungle does not come with the hardcase.
It was a little let down to me. At least Zungle could've made a pouch.
2. Charging Cable (3/5)
Zungle is needed its own charger but I wish It was the regular USB.
That is it for my review. I give 4 stars out of 5.
I hope this review helps everybody.
Not Bad. Pleasantly Surprised
by Min Kim (3 out of 5 stars)
November 22, 2018
I was very excited that I got to finally try these after seeing their ads everywhere. I am writing my personal opinion about this product ad hope this helps your decision. It does work pretty well as described and adverized at 80%ish volume. I like the way it delivers music while noticing the world around me. It'd be beneficial for exercise outdoors. It's like the music is in my head and it lets the ambient noise kick in. One of my favorite parts of the product, the sound is clear during phone calls. The design is pretty good too, but I personally believe that it could be better with glossy gray than matte gray. After receiving the product, I realized that I'd love to see other reviews as well.
Can't wait for next versions, really cool sunglasses
by WOOONGG (5 out of 5 stars)
December 7, 2018
I work as a delivery guy at a restaurant in my area and I find Zungle sunglasses really beneficial. This is a review based on my personal experience.
Pros: Sometimes, riding a bike in traffic gets really dangerous. I always have to be aware of my surroundings; traffic lights, cars, pedestrians and etc. Therefore, I have never thought of listening to music during my job no matter how much I like to do so. However, now I can while still being alert to what's going on the roads. Also, the AI button is very, I mean, very convenient. I use google map for delivery, but it gets really uncomfortable whenever I have to look down to see the screen. Currently, I use google map through my sunglasses. VERY convenience. period.
Cons: I have to say there is a flaw too. Even though I like almost every aspect of the item, but the structure feels sort of uncomfortable inside a helmet. I know the product wasn't necessarily built to be worn with a helmet, but I hope they come up with more versions of different sizes and shapes for different usages. For example, augmented version for safety glasses, lighter and smaller version for indoors. Otherwise, it's all good.
So, give it a shot, these are really cool sunglasses. I approve. Really hyped for the next generation.
Overall happy with my zungles
by Gavin White (5 out of 5 stars)
November 14, 2018
Overall happy with my zungles
- The design is great. It looks like oakleys. My brother did not know what these are.
- The audio quality is great, actually better than I expected.
- Easy to use. They sync with my phone right away. NFC for next generation will be dope
- Sweat resistance. Good for outdoor activities.
You'll need excellent and sensitive hearing along with zero standards to enjoy these quiet ones.
by Jeff Burdess (2 out of 5 stars)
April 7, 2019
I'm very disappointed with the Zungle Viper Sunglasses. I have selected to return them for a refund. They look great. But they are uncomfortable, the sound quality is subpar, the max volume level isn't nearly loud enough to be effective in any environment other than a quiet room. As a side note.. I wanted these more for use with a radio scanner and I couldn't hear what they were 50% of the time with max volume. There isn't a rubber or cushioned nose piece, it's just the frames. Don't expect any bass from these headphones and I really mean none. The sound is tinny and like I said before, no where near loud enough. I tried it on several devices to make sure it was not my phone. I think with a couple of tweaks with comfort, the volume and maybe less ridged bone conductors so sound can travel better into your skull.. these really could be something. Sorry Zungle, I tried so hard to like these but I couldn't do it.
Cool concept, good build
by Calvin (4 out of 5 stars)
November 12, 2018
Glad I came across the Zungle Vipers on Amazon. The sound quality on these is quite crisp and clear, although I wish it had slightly better sound quality for music. For calls and audiobooks (great for commuting), the quality is good and the mic seems to work well. Will note that at max volume, the sound leaks a little bit, but for me, it's a worthwhile trade-off given that I don't need buds in my ears for audio. Fit is very comfortable, and the sunglasses are quite lightweight but sturdy. I had them on comfortably for ~5 hours straight this weekend.
Not a big deal, but I also wish the charging cable had a micro-USB output (I'd suggest buying an extra charger for work as the battery might not get you through an entire day). Lenses are polarized, which is a nice touch.
Overall highly recommended. 4 stars for great concept and solid product. Minor but wish sound quality was slightly better and charging cable was universal.
Best replacement for in ear earphones.
by Seung Ri Hong (5 out of 5 stars)
January 22, 2019
I recently had my left ear eardrum ruptured. The doctor said this would heal in a few weeks, but I had to avoid using in-ear earphones like airpods or similar that directly hit eardrums. That diagnosis was just no good for me, cause I can't listen music, make calls and etc. So doctor recommended me to use bone conduction earphones. Never heard about it so i looked it up and watched a video of people reacting to this zungle sunglasses.
Anyways, straight to the point. Ear ruptured was a terrible experiences, but i couldn't find this great product if I wasn't hurt.(still I don't want to get hurt no more) It was little but weird at the first try. The vibration on my templates and the sounds appearing in my head not coming IN were something I wasn't familiar with. After few times, I feel great using this. I don't have to take off my glasses or pause the music, because i can still hear my surrounding.
Mic works great. It allows me to make a call but it takes slightly longer to hear the ai voice compare to just directly using my phone. but its great. I recommend this to people who injured just like me or people like to use new technology. I got more than i expected from replacing in-ear earphones. Thanks.
Great Sunglasses with great features
by Kyle (5 out of 5 stars)
January 22, 2019
Zungle is among the top 5 things i bought so far! they are pretty well made I had the Zungle Panther aka version 1 before this and decided to upgrade.
1. A great mix of wireless headphones and sugnlasses
2. delivry of sound with no interruptions. (it is a lot better than the first model)
3. coll design and colors (the legs are a bit thicker than my thought, but it's understandable since that's where the speakers are installed)
4. Practical features; AI assistant control, receiving a call with one button and playing music while playing a role as a pair of cool sunglasses.
5. IPX4 Rating. (it's def not the highest water resistant rating, but no one wears sunglasses underwater - I don't know when it's heavy raining tho) Well, this is very brief, but I hope this helps you and my opinion is, it's a must-buy item!
Cool gimmick, bad execution
by Benjamin B (2 out of 5 stars)
February 14, 2019
I got duped by my first Facebook ad. After watching their ad I was like ok, I'll give them a shot. I can always return them if I don't like them with Amazon prime. Ordered them 2 days ago. Got them this afternoon and immediately tried them on and paired them to my pixel 3. Google voice worked as advertised although the time between the button press and the voice being ready and listening was about a 3 second pause. The volume and track skip buttons are in a somewhat ideal place and angled in such a way that it's alittle awkward to press them in. Now the only reason I'm posting this review is to express how let down I was with the sound quality. Yes you can hear the voice in a song, maybe the highs but absolutely no bass at all. And the "bone induction" speakers were making full contact with my temples. About 10 years ago Oakley had these sunglasses with speakers on them and those sound better than these zungles I got today. Save your money and wait for something better.
Never expected this
by Jin C (5 out of 5 stars)
January 29, 2019
Such a very unique and interesting idea that I haven't seen for a while. I see there are only a few reviews on this amazing product so I thought I should write one. The outer design of the sunglasses looks as same as other normal sunglasses so people would not notice them as what these actually are.
Also, when it comes to the inner parts, there are two speakers for the sound waves. The sound quality is good enough and clearly audible.
For the Battery, once it charged, lasts around half a day. Calling was alright, but its hard to understand every word because the sound from the surroundings. But that's the purpose so I am not concerned at all. All in all I recommend it to people and some of my friends actually bought them too.
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