0
Your rating: None

Razrwire Eyewear

Well I have to say that the Motorola Corporation is fast becoming one of my favorite manufacturers. I recently had the pleasure of testing and using the Oakley RAZRWIRE (Bluetooth 1.2 enabled) eyewear headset from Motorola. This wireless headset manages to do extremely well in 3 key areas: functionality, performance and the coolness factor.It also works well with other Bluetooth enabled devices that offer hands free or a headset profile

This product was a stroke of genius on the part of Motorola. By joining forces with one of the premier sunglass manufactures, Oakley, they have managed to merge technology, function and style. Its simple in design as it is basically a pair of sunglasses with a wireless headset clipped to the arm of the glasses.

The headset will clip to either sun glass arm and is extremely easy to remove and adjust. It does take a few minutes to position the unit properly for maximum comfort but once positioned the clip holds the headset firmly in place and further adjustment is not necessary. To unclip the unit all you have to do is give it a twist and it pops off easily.

The headset is small and compact. There are 3 buttons on the bottom of the unit which control all of the features of the headset (volume control, on/off, reject incoming calls, dial last number, transfer calls back to the phone etc..) and these buttons are surprisingly easy to access and use. I was rather surprised how trouble-free it was to control the volume, especially for someone like me who has stubby fingers. The earphone sits on a multi pivot arm which makes positioning the earpiece a snap.

The Razrwire performed exceptionally well and the sound quality was very good both for the mic and earpiece.The glasses are meant to be worn during leisure and casual activities.I could hear voices clearly and so could the people who were receiving my calls, in fact most of them were amazed at the quality of my voice signal when they heard the mic was attached to a pair of sunglasses.Performance does degrade when wind enters the equation so walking and Jogging is fine but don't use the Razrwire when riding a bike or skydiving.

The sunglasses themselves are top notch and offer 100% UV protection. Being that they are Oakley's they are lightweight and very stylish. In fact if you're thinking of getting a new pair of sunglasses I would highly recommend that you consider the Oakley Razrwire. $295 is a little steep for a wireless headset but when you consider that a pair of designer glasses is going to cost you $200 + the Razrwire then becomes a pretty good deal.

The Razrwire combines excellent performance with stylish looks. If you're looking for a pair of sunglasses and have a bluetooth enabled phone then stop by your local Motorola Dealer and take a serious look at these glasses, you won't be disappointed.

Razrwire
 

Razrwire

ESRB: ---
Platform: Wireless Devices
Category: n/a
 
Share/Bookmark
Author:
Razrwire Eyewear Well I have to say that the Motorola Corporation is fast becoming one of my favorite manufacturers. I recently had the pleasure of testing and using the Oakley RAZRWIRE (Bluetooth 1.2 enabled) eyewear headset from Motorola. This wireless headset manages to do extremely well in 3 key areas: functionality, performance and the coolness factor.It also works well with other Bluetooth enabled devices that offer hands free or a headset profile This product was a stroke of genius on the part of Motorola. By joining forces with one of the premier sunglass manufactures, Oakley, they have managed to merge technology, function and style. Its simple in design as it is basically a pair of sunglasses with a wireless headset clipped to the arm of the glasses. The headset will clip to either sun glass arm and is extremely easy to remove and adjust. It does take a few minutes to position the unit properly for maximum comfort but once positioned the clip holds the headset firmly in place and further adjustment is not necessary. To unclip the unit all you have to do is give it a twist and it pops off easily. The headset is small and compact. There are 3 buttons on the bottom of the unit which control all of the features of the headset (volume control, on/off, reject incoming calls, dial last number, transfer calls back to the phone etc..) and these buttons are surprisingly easy to access and use. I was rather surprised how trouble-free it was to control the volume, especially for someone like me who has stubby fingers. The earphone sits on a multi pivot arm which makes positioning the earpiece a snap. The Razrwire performed exceptionally well and the sound quality was very good both for the mic and earpiece.The glasses are meant to be worn during leisure and casual activities.I could hear voices clearly and so could the people who were receiving my calls, in fact most of them were amazed at the quality of my voice signal when they heard the mic was attached to a pair of sunglasses.Performance does degrade when wind enters the equation so walking and Jogging is fine but don't use the Razrwire when riding a bike or skydiving. The sunglasses themselves are top notch and offer 100% UV protection. Being that they are Oakley's they are lightweight and very stylish. In fact if you're thinking of getting a new pair of sunglasses I would highly recommend that you consider the Oakley Razrwire. $295 is a little steep for a wireless headset but when you consider that a pair of designer glasses is going to cost you $200 + the Razrwire then becomes a pretty good deal. The Razrwire combines excellent performance with stylish looks. If you're looking for a pair of sunglasses and have a bluetooth enabled phone then stop by your local Motorola Dealer and take a serious look at these glasses, you won't be disappointed.



 
 

Post this review on your own site!

Just agree to our Terms of Use and cut-paste your brains out.

Recommended for you...