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What the community says about ICE Theia
- "These smart glasses look pretty amazing. I'm not sure they work as great as they say they will, but the glasses definitely look interesting. The glasses are within the acceptable price range. I would try them out and if they work, it would certainly be a help, especially while driving. "
- "The glasses have a decent amount of features, however, they are poorly constructed. I found that the bluetooth feature worked quite well, but the ear phones were not that great. The flashlight does a decent job, it makes reading in a dark setting much easier, although the battery won't last all that long. If you are looking for a bluetooth, I think that the price is o.k. but, with the cheap feel of the glasses, you may be replacing them sooner rather than later. "
- "These are sort of low end smart glasses. They have a few features but they are mostly just a toy. I had fun playing around with them for a while. The audio jack was handy but a little awkward. The price is very reasonable and a good starter pair of smart glasses. "
- "I wear camera glasses all the time. I needed one that could talk to my phone as well. The ICE Theia Video Camera Glasses were perfect for what I need. With high quality HD and an audio jack to listen, this was perfect for things like falling asleep while driving as well."
- "I was worried about picking these up as they don't look all that comfortable. Happy to report I was wrong, they feel great and look great. They offer a lot of features I've been wanting from Smart glasses. I feel like my hands are a lot more free to do what they want. This has certainly helped with fulfilling my daily grinds."
- "Theia is equipped with a HD Camera, enabling you to take pictures or videos with just a press of a button. No more pulling out a device, opening an app and focusing on camera to capture an image. Just look and capture with a press of a button. Comes with a built-in flashlight, letting you make the most of your travel expeditions. Be it hiking or just a backyard night-out you can now focus on it, and not worry about searching flashlight or your smartphone app"
- "Definitely not the best smart eyewear on the market. These are just like the first smartphones... you can take pictures, record videos, listen to your music, and that's pretty much it. If you want to go back to the first/second generation of smartphones, go ahead and buy it."
- "I was looking around for some new glasses after I broke my old pair, and my husband told me about the ICE Theia brand. I'm honestly not a fan of these glasses. The frame is big and bulky, so I have this weird sinus headache whenever I wear the glasses for a while. The buttons are kind of confusing, and I can't even figure out how to download my photos to my laptop. Would not recommend! "
- "Someday we're all going to be wearing these style of glasses. But not today. At least, not these glasses. I bought them and tried them out and they were so disappointing. My daughter and I struggled trying to figure them out, but these were so cheaply made and so fiddly. I couldn't get anything to work well, except the built in flashlight. And who needs that when they are driving? ""The construction wasn't sturdy, but the problem I most noticed was the design. There were multiple functions for the same buttons. For instance the button the is on/off, is also the same for working the single shot camera. It all depends on how longer you hold the button, from what I read. There were no audible clues, you have to rely on the color flashes of lights to determine what is being engaged at any one point. My phone picked up the blue tooth signal, but the glasses wouldn't pair with it. Very confusing design."
- "These glasses are designed really well, and I love that they offer interchangeable lenses in multiple colors. I don't like or trust the drivesafe feature, but that's really just an add on. As a bonus, you can even use them as headphones for your music player or a flashlight, which is something you don't always see in camera glasses."
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