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Snag a pair of Amazon's smart glasses on sale ahead of Prime Day


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SAVE $150: As of June 23, Amazon's high-tech Echo Frames are a cool $150 off the original price ahead of Prime Day. Prime members can grab a pair for just $99.99.


Are you an early adopter of the latest and greatest tech? Have you ever wanted to cosplay as agent Ethan Hunt after watching Mission: Impossible one too many times? If you said yes to either or both, we think you may be the type of person who needs a pair of smart eyeglasses in their life.

Amazon is offering its smart Echo Frames to Prime members for $150 off their original price before Prime Day officially begins on July 12. Why wait until the big day? Snag a pair now and lock in the deal. Ethan Hunt would do it.

What do the Echo Frames do, exactly? Well, lots of things. They can basically do most things an Alexa smart speaker can do, like play music, set reminders, make calls, tell you the weather forecast, and more. The coolest part, though, is that you can see notifications as they come in on the lenses of your glasses. Welcome to the future. Also, they have built-in X-ray vision. (OK, that part isn't true.)

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