The Bose Frames could help your love life. Really

It's true that, if you're forced to wear them at night for some reason – say there's a podcast you want to listen to on your walk home from work and you don't have any other earbuds – the Bose Frames are going to make you look like a douche right out of an '80s pop song.

Apple's AirPods, on the other hand, will make you look like a douche all the time, day or night, 24/7, 52 weeks a year.

So, even if people do hear some vague sound wafting from your direction while you're listening to your sunglasses, not everyone will be able to tell you're the culprit.

And while I'm on the subject of not having things sticking out your ears, I should add that the Bose Frames are a terribly good way to get Bluetooth sound while you're riding a motorbike or scooter.

The sunglasses have gyroscopes and compasses built into them, so they support Bose's augmented reality system, which overlays the world with a layer of audio information, or sound effects, or music, that alters depending on which direction your head is pointed.

BOSE FRAMESLikes Amazing sound; promising augmented reality system Dislikes Short battery life of just 3.5 hours; case doesn't provide a recharge Price $299

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