8 Best Smart Glasses to Buy in 2022 [Buying Guide]

I think we can all easily agree that:

 AI Smart glasses are a product of the future 

There’s simply no denying the potential these smart glasses show. When the Google Smart Glasses first came out as a prototype in 2013, people were skeptical. Certainly, the $1500 price tag was a deal-breaker.

Due to this newfound interest in smart glasses, I have taken it upon myself to compile a list of the best smart glasses on the market today for those who wish to buy smart glasses. Check out the Guide near the Conclusion for more info on what are smart glasses.

Best Smart Glasses 2022:

These are our top picks for those of you who wish to buy smart glasses

Echo Frames 2nd Gen10/10 (Editors Choice)
GELETE Smart Glasses9/10
Vocalskull Alien59/10
Vufine VUF-1108.5/10
Bose Frames Tempo8.5/10
Bose Frames Soprano8/10
Inventiv Sport 8/10
Bose Frames Audio8/10

1. Echo Frames 2nd Gen

Why we love it:

  • Compatible with Alexa
  • Compatible with google assistant
  • Compatible with Siri
  • Smart prescription glasses
Open ear audioNot compatible with progressive lenses
VIP filter

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2. GELETE Smart Glasses

Why we love it:

  • Waterproof
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • After-sale Guarantee
Decent priceEarbuds might be needed
No set up required

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3. Vocalskull Alien5

Why we love it:

  • Lightweight
  • Smart prescription glasses
  • Durable design
Long battery lifeMediocre audio
Replaceable lens

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4. Vufine VUF-110

Why we love it:

  • HD display
  • Highly portable
  • Docking station
Display capabilitiesRelatively pricey
Seamlessly portable

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5. Bose Frames Tempo

Why we love it:

  • Sports sunglasses
  • Face-fitting design
  • Superior Audio
Secure fitRelatively pricey
Highly water resistant

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6. Bose Frames Soprano

Why we love it:

  • Luxury fashion design
  • Improved battery design
  • Bluetooth sunglasses
Discreet listeningNot comfortable for long term use
Advanced microphone

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7. Inventiv Sport 

Why we love it:

  • Unisex design
  • 100% UV protection
  • Easy connectivity
Minimal set upAudio leakage
Good for sports

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8. Bose Frames Audio

Why we love it:

  • Lightweight
  • Casual design
  • Personalized settings
Classic angular shapeNo spotify compatibility
App connectivity

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Gone are the days when smart glasses were just an overpriced idea for wishful thinkers and rich people. The products on the market today indicate that it’s a completely different story in 2022. You can have access to a great audio-visual experience with the smart glasses available on the market today and you don’t need to sell an arm and a leg for them.

So even if you’re not planning to purchase Apple smartglasses, vue smartglasses or smart glasses google, you can still enjoy the same experience and see if it works for you.

I personally think that bone conducting technology and smaller components have really revolutionized the field of smart glasses. The products on the market today are not bulky by any measure and can easily be mistaken for a regular pair.

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What are smart glasses?

I’m sure there are people out there who, when first introduced to the concept, wondered “what are smart glasses?”. This guide will attempt to clarify that. Smartglasses are wearable computational devices that aim to supplement your online and technological experience.

Many people wonder what’s next after the advent of smartphones. And many more people think that human integration is where we/are headed. Products like these indicate that this integration need not be a far-off dream.

Indeed, with these products, your internet experience is enhanced to a great extent already. These devices allow for discreet listening, calling, and sometimes even a great visual display.

The visual experience is made possible through either a mounted overhead display (which is the bulky attachment you see on the side of some of these glasses) or through an augmented reality overlay. I personally think the latter is a better option as it makes it more suitable for wide commercial use.

No one wants to be seen with a big bulky attachment near their eyes. So it’s better to engineer a product that integrates most features but still maintains its stylistic integrity and a lot of glasses on the list above do meet that mark.

All in all, it will be very exciting to see what the future holds in terms of breakthroughs in this field, even beyond your simple VR headsets and glass-mounted display attachments.

Adam Miller