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Running is an easy way to stay fit and active but wherever you are, its important to stay aware of your surroundings. There can be dangerous and unexpected obstacles that can put you in harm’s way but with the Lucyd Lyte Bluetooth Smart Glasses, you can be assured that your run will be as safe and fun as possible.

The Lyte comes completely prescription adaptable, allowing you see everything in your way as clearly as possible while shielding your eyes from an potential debris. You can even swap out your clear lenses for a pair of polarized sunglasses that can keep the sunlight out of your eyes.

Listening to music on a run can be a great way to stay motivated but it can be dangerous when it blocks any surrounding sounds. The Lyte offer high quality speakers with an open ear design that ensures that you get the best quality audio while being able to hear anything that’s happening nearby.

Runs can get bumpy, meaning your headphones could move around in your ear or even fall out. The Lyte sits comfortably on your head like regular glasses and come completely wire free so you won’t have to worry about wires getting in your way. You can even use audio control and make calls on the frames with a touch of a button, ensuring the safest, smoothest run possible.



  • Listen to music while staying aware of your surroundings
  • Make calls and receive updates safely on the go
  • Clear Vision Free of Debris
  • Lightweight and Fashionable Form factor
  • Intuitive touch control for audio playback


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The headphones are great, very light and the sound quality is impressive.

- Kevin Smith

Quick turnaround

Great apple product for a very competitive price. Ordering online was a breeze and I was able to collect within 2 days of placing my order.

- Luke Johnson

Love them

Be careful with them as they can easily get lost and fall into random places as they're very small.

- Jenny Black