MP3 Sunglasses Review

Posted: Feb 6 2006, 8:21am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:08pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

MP3 Sunglasses Review
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Are you in the mood for a motivational review? Ken Wold is back. He reviews an Oakley Thump knock-off sold by gadget store CNGTek.

"Music to my ears! Precisely what I envisioned and heard when I effortlessly “strapped on” a pair of these CNGTEK flash MP3 sunglasses. That’s right; no wires, Bluetooth modules or other unnecessary accoutrements dangling from any part of your body. They seamlessly contour to the shape of your eyes, nose and ears as good as any standard set of sunglasses. No, worry not, as your “looks” won’t be diminished at all by these. In fact, the opposite is probably true.
You may be one of those people who “need” a very good pair of sunglasses and you receive the additional benefit of listening to your favorite music while being today’s fashion aficionado as well. "
Read the full MP3 Sunglasses review.
See also the more expensive, but honestly better looking Oakley Thump 2 and this Oakley Thump 2 review.

We reviewed the original Oakley Thump mp3 glasses, when they were released in 2005.

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