Bose Frames Tenor Bose

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Do you live a busy lifestyle and need to be free of all distractions? Do the noises around you both inside and outside distract your mind from the work ahead?

Many of us use noise-canceling headphones to remove unwanted noises, but for those who can’t use headphones or earbuds, Bose Frames Tenor might just be the perfect thing for you.

Bose has been on the forefront of noise-canceling tech for years, and these Bose Frames Tenors have impressive sound to match their good looks. The collapsible frame comes in an array of colors, but you can get them with prescription lenses as well so your eyes aren’t strained.

As you might imagine, this is some pretty top-shelf stuff: Bose Frames use Bose’s patented TriPort technology—which combines more ports than any other Bose speaker—to provide incredible clarity and volume in a lightweight package that won’t make your ears sore after extended wear. Bose also boasts that its speakers come closer to replicating a live music experience than any other headphone tech currently available.

There are some incredible features to the Bose Frames Tenor that make you need to add them to your collection;

Key Features

The speakers are in the glasses meaning you can wear your favorite frames all day without changing

Modern & stylish design that suits all types of faces so you can find something to fit you

If you decide to not have the sound going at any point, they turn into stylish and protective sunglasses

Lightweight and comfortable to wear for extended periods of time without the potential inner ear pain you’d get from regular earbuds

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

If you are a fan of inventive and fancy technology, the Bose Frames Tenor are some of the newest and most inventive noise-canceling devices on the market. They will allow you to go about your day while being free of distraction.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.