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Oakley Polished Black/Prizm Road Radar Pace Sunglasses
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- COLLECTS & ANALYZES DATA: A perfect solution for the performance-minded athlete, Oakley's Radar Pace Prizm Road Sunglasses collect and analyze your performance data during physical activity. Monitor heart rate, speed, cadence, power output, distance, and time to optimize your performance.
- CALIBRATES TO MAXIMIZE INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE: Utilizing Intel® technology, these Oakley® smart glasses monitor your performance and adjust your training zones as you improve. This provides personalized coaching that can adapt to your individual abilities.
- OPTIMIZED SENSOR TRACKING: Radar Pace Prizm Road Sunglasses by Oakley® analyze data from multiple internal sensors and can pair with other workout sensor equipment that utilizes Bluetooth® or ANT+™ technology.
- DYNAMIC ADJUSTMENT: Oakley® has incorporated a dynamic adjustment platform that automatically factors in missed workouts to create an efficient program that will allow you to achieve your overall goals.
- OAKLEY PRIZM™ LENS TECHNOLOGY: Oakley Prizm™ lens technology has turned eyewear into vital equipment for sports. PRIZM™ lenses enhance your vision in both bright light and shadows, helping athletes spot changes in the texture of the road surfaces, react faster and perform at their best.
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Combining Oakley’s heritage in performance innovation with Intel’s expertise in the advancement of technology, Radar Pace is the triumph of a partnership that dedicated years to its research and development.
Radar Pace is a real-time voice activated coaching system that creates a unique training program, tracks your performance and coaches you in the moment.
Rise above the rest
Going beyond just age and weight, Radar Pace calibrates training based on your performance–it learns about you over time and uses that knowledge to provide dynamic, custom training that continually adapts to help you improve. The coach will monitor your running and/or riding for about 120 minutes before customizing the training zones of your effort level.
Fully integrated technology
Decide which sport you want to improvement, & create a training program for that sport. Use Radar Pace’s customized features, such as the freeform runs/rides program, for an all-encompassing training regime.
Radar Pace now integrates with top performance apps. Create personalized programs using your personal coach other web interfaces such as Strava, Runkeeper, Garmin Connect, etc.
Powered by Intel Real Speech technology, athletes can naturally communicate with the system, phone calls, music, Siri & Google Now.
Touch pad on the temples for control functions with simple taps and swipes - adjust the volume, control music, and calls from your paired phone, and more.
There are three microphones located on the inside of the left-hand stem of the eyewear. Intel Real Speech technology allows for natural voice interaction that lets you ask Radar Pace questions and receive instant feedback, as well as record data. It is intuitive, natural and hands-free.
All you need to keep going
Oakley Radar Pace provides everything you need to stay on track and keep your eyewear ready to run.
The Radar Pace package includes: 2 Ear Booms, Clear Lens for Low Light Conditions, PRIZM Road Lens, Protective sports-specific Oakley Soft Vault with capacity for an extra lens, Microbag, 2 Nose Pads, Aero Clip, Micro USB Cable, and a Quick Start Guide to get you from start to finish.
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Color: Polished Black | Lens Color: Prizm Road
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On the first pair, the right ear piece would not stay connected. Unplugging and re-inserting the earpiece would get it to connect for a minute or so, but would always drop out. When it was connected the sound quality was very poor. Low volume even when turned up, with crackling in the background. The second pair, the ear pieces worked, but the center hinge point on one of them was loose and the ear piece would not stay where placed. The sound quality was a little better than the first pair, but still not a very good quality, especially for a device this expensive. Overall, the material choice and the execution of design could have been much better.
On both pair, the touch slide/volume control was, more often than not, unresponsive. I almost feel one side should have been up, and the other side down. Sliding your finger on a responsive device when running is difficult enough, let alone one that is a unresponsive as this one is.
The app that goes with the glasses works okay enough, but doesn't have many options as far as workouts go. As an example, I would like to be able to set a goal time for a given distance and have my "coach" let me know if I'm on pace for that or not. Maybe it does have this option and I just didn't see it, but overall, it does seem very limited.
Hoping a future release of both the glasses and app are improved, as the concept seems like a great one, and something I would definitely like to use.
After a few weeks of use, I'll update with some additional thoughts. I can think of a few changes that would help - as noted, adding biking and running plans (maybe actual triathlon plans, with an understanding that you're not wearing them in the water, but can at least accept updates after you do the proscribed workout).
Second, allowing you to upload or add your own custom workouts. Outside of their training plan, you are limited to free running, which means you can't have it chime in to tell you to speed up or slow down unless you're on their custom plan.
Finally, syncing with other services - Garmin Connect, Strava or Training Peaks, for example. Maybe you run occasionally without the glasses (or perhaps for a swim, as mentioned) - a sync with another service could help easily track that workout in the Oakley app. Beyond that, the custom workouts require you to run or bike a few times to get your zones set before it can plan custom zones. If you can sync with other services, it can base those zones on prior workouts rather than having to recreate them.
Of course, I'm optimistic that Oakley is working on all of these things - in which case they will be an excellent training product.
So nice sunglasses with the ability to track my exercises? Sure; why not.
As sunglasses they fit a bit loose on my head, but with the same material that I used on my Gascans I was able to make them tighter by fitting some foam on the hinges; this way they wouldn't (and didn't) loosen while running.
They fit great and are an excellent addition to my running routine. The sun isn't as vibrant as of this writing, but I will continue to use these throughout the winter as the sun's glare on the snow will be an issue.
I tried these on without the smart devices enabled at first to get an idea as to how the sunglasses were by themselves. The box comes with all the electronics apart from the glasses, and the glasses come in a nice semi-hard shell with the additional lens inside. I then equipped everything in one bout.
The earphones fit okay, but they did tend to slide out at times during the few times I've used this so far while running. No issue in terms of when I'm in the gym, however. Syncing from my phone has never been an issue, though I hate carrying it with me.
As smartglasses, they're okay; nothing revolutionary, and it's up to you if you want to pay the premium price for something your phone already can do, provided you take it with you. As the coach doesn't do as much as I'd like as of this writing, as I already have most of my workouts set. I suppose it may not be entirely geared for me as the only exercise I do outdoors is running; the rest is all in the gym.
The music does tend to cut in and out, and I wound up just shutting it off completely after a while. I may look into more comfortable replacements, too.
As sunglasses, these are phenomenal. The perfect sunnies for triathlons, methinks (when they're not wet). But as for smartglasses, a novel idea but needs improvement.
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