Echo Frames 2nd Gen Smart audio sunglasses with Alexa Polarized Black
How does Amazon open-ear audio work?
Amazon open-ear audio uses 4 micro speakers designed to direct sound toward your ears and minimize sound heard by those around you. Echo Frames can also measure the noise level of your environment and automatically adjust the volume accordingly before audio plays. You can use the volume controls on the frames to adjust the level at any time.
Can I turn off the microphones on my Echo Frames?
Echo Frames are designed to protect your privacy. You can turn the microphones off by double-pressing the action button any time. When the mics are off the light indicator will turn red and your Echo Frames will no longer be able to detect the wake word (“Alexa”). To learn more about how Amazon and Alexa protect your privacy, visit the Alexa Privacy Hub.
Every day is an earth day
You don’t have to be an environmental scientist to make sustainable choices. We considered sustainability in the design of this Echo device. Here’s how:
Amazon is building new wind and solar farms to produce clean energy equivalent to the electricity used by this device.
87% of this device’s packaging is made of wood fiber-based materials from responsibly managed forests or recycled sources.
|Size||Echo Frames: 54-18-145 mm
Carrying Case: 162 x 63 x 48 mm
|Weight||Echo Frames: 34g
Carrying Case: 173g
|Material||Eyewear grade TR-90, carbon fiber, and titanium make Echo Frames lightweight and great for daily use. The temple tips are made of acetate and can be heated and adjusted by an optician for maximum comfort.|
|Smartphone compatibility||Echo Frames support Android 9.0 or greater and iOS 13.6 or greater. Please note that the following smartphones are not compatible with Echo Frames for Alexa voice control.|
|Data connection||Echo Frames uses the Alexa app on your smartphone and data plan or wifi for connectivity and other features. Carrier charges may apply. Please consult your carrier for information on any fees and limitations that apply to your plan.|
|Battery and power||Get over 2 hours of talk time, Alexa interactions, and media playback over a 14-hour day at 80% volume. The 2 hours includes 20 Alexa interactions, 85 minutes of music, podcast or other audio playback, 30 minutes of phone calls, and 90 incoming notifications. Alternatively, a fully charged battery will last up to 4 hours of continuous audio playback or 3.5 hours of continuous talk time at 80% volume. Fully charges in approximately 1 hour 45 minutes. Actual battery life will vary depending on device settings, features utilized, environment and other factors. Testing was conducted by Amazon in a lab environment with preproduction Echo Frames (2nd Gen) using prerelease software and a prerelease version of the Alexa app on both iPhone and Android phones. Prior to testing, Echo Frames were fully charged to 100%. Learn more about Amazon’s battery life testing.|
Hands-Free Profile (HFP) support for calling, Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) support for audio streaming, Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) for voice control of media sessions, Serial Port Profile for Bluetooth connectivity to Android phones
|Speakers||4 microspeakers (2 in each temple) beamforming audio to a user’s ear|
|Microphones||2 beamforming microphones|
|Water resistance||IPX4: splash-resistant for water and sweat. Learn more about your splash-resistant Echo Frames.|
|Sensors||Capacitive touch sensor, ambient light sensor, and accelerometer.|
|Accessibility features||Learn more about Alexa accessibility.|
|Warranty and service||1-year limited warranty and service included. Optional 2-year extended warranty available for U.S. customers sold separately. Use of Echo Frames is subject to the terms found here.|
|Included in the box||1 pair of Echo Frames with polarized sunglass lenses, carrying case, cleaning cloth, power adapter, and charging cable.|
|Privacy features||Wake word technology, streaming indicators, double press action button to disconnect the mics, view and delete your voice recordings, and more. Visit the Alexa Privacy Hub to explore how Alexa and Echo devices are designed to protect your privacy.|