The audio products giant Bose today arrived with a slew of its new products in the Indian market. The company has launched its new lifestyle products which include three new Frames — Frames Tempo, Tenor, and Soprano alongside two new TWS earbuds. The new premium range of the Frames line up has polarized lenses and are specifically designed for outdoor activities and daily wear.
All the frames have polarised lenses that block up to 99 percent of UV rays and fit for outdoor sports and daily wear. These come with wafer-thin Bose systems embedded in each arm without extra parts, visible screws, seams, or perforations. All the Frames can be wirelessly connected to your phone to stream music, take and make calls, and use your personal assistant — privately.
According to the company each of the Frames is prescription-ready and can be pre-ordered starting today via select resellers and will go on sale from October 13 across Bose Premium stores, wholesale partner stores and e-commerce partners. The price of the frames starts at 21,900 with interchangeable lenses for all variants for Tempo Sport will be sold for Rs 2990. While Tenor and Soprano interchangeable lenses will be sold for Rs 1990(faded) and Rs 2,990 (Rose Mirror, Blue Mirror, Silver Mirror) respectively.
The Frame Tempo is specifically designed for sports enthusiasts made from TR90 that are durable, lightweight, and flexible to withstand extreme temperatures and extreme training sessions. Custom designed spring hinges and TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer) temple tips have been customised for comfortable stability while the nose pads come in three shapes for the right amount of grip to avoid slipping down the face during marathons and triathlons, on the water, off-road, or at high speeds down steep declines.
As per the company Tempo’s acoustic package is an engineering phenom, producing the highest fidelity in the Frames family. A 22 mm full-range driver is embedded in each temple to play deeper and louder — loud enough for cycling at 25 MPH — while still being able to hear traffic, warnings, training partners, and teammates.
The company says these frames can fit under helmets, are sweat-, weather-, scratch-, and shatter-resistant, and have up to 8 hours of battery life. It comes with a USB Type C port for charging. While the lenses are polycarbonate with a visible light transmission of 12% along with optional lenses in Road Orange has a 20% VLT medium-light lens to reduce glare from reflective surfaces like water and snow. The Trail Blue has a 28% VLT low-light lens to increase contrast and definition in bright-sun conditions and the Twilight Yellow has a 77% VLT very low-light lens for use at dusk.
Coming to other new Frame Tenor which comes with a smaller and square style frame while the Soprano has a subtle cat-eye design. Both the devices include two 16 mm speakers with a noticeably better bass response so playlists are reproduced with more depth and detail. Both the sunglasses are shatter-resistant with an extended battery life of 5.5 hours through an included, custom pogo-pin charger. It comes with integrable lenses with different options such as Mirrored Blue and Silver for Tenor, Rose Gold and Purple-fade for Soprano.
All the three Frames have better voice pick up while the one microphone has been replaced with a dual-beam-forming array that shields what you’re saying from wind, noise, and other nearby conversations. Tempo, Tenor, and Soprano come with a new Volume-optimized EQ for any type of listening with integrated touch control. The volume can be controlled by just sliding your finger forward and backward on the right temple and other commands can be managed by the right temple via taps or through a multi-function button.
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