Fauna Audio Glasses REVIEW | MacSources

5 min readNov 19, 2021

A conveninent way to take music with you and have shades at the same time.

Not too long ago, I took a short beach vacation. During that vacation, I spent a lot of time reading on the beach or on our deck watching the waves. I found myself rarely without my sunglasses but I almost always left my earbuds in our room. So, wouldn’t it be great if you could grab a pair of sunglasses and have headphones built-in? Fortunately, thanks to Fauna, Audio Glasses are something you can have.


The Fauna Audio Glasses are designed to allow the user to enjoy music and other audio without needing a separate set of headphones. The glasses have micro-speakers built into them and the glasses are available in various styles/colors. I have the Spiro Transparent Brown set. They come with a charging case. The sunglasses protect the eyes from UVA and UVB rays and the lenses can be replaced. The glasses use Zeiss DuraVision BlueProtect lenses. They are water and dust-resistant. A charging case, USB-C cable, and cleaning cloth are included in the package with the glasses. The glasses allow you to listen to music as well as answer/place phone calls.


The glasses are shipped in a bright orange box with a sticker showing an image of the glasses on the front. The label states that the lenses are replaceable and outlines the color/style you received. The bottom of the box has another label that calls out the contents of the box and some of the main features such as its weight, app compatibility, and the fact that it uses Bluetooth. Then the top of the box lifts off the bottom of the carton and then you reveal a packet of information that includes the quick user guide in multiple languages. This was a little confusing at first because there were so many individual booklets.


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