Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic

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Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic Price History

Price History for NEW Razer Anzu Smart Glasses - Round Design - Blue Light & Sunglasses Lens


Current Price $39.85 July 17, 2024
Highest Price $39.85 July 8, 2024
Lowest Price $39.85 July 8, 2024
Since July 8, 2024

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$39.85 July 8, 2024

Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic Description

In the ever-evolving world of technology, innovation continues to blur the lines between fashion and functionality. The Razer Anzu Smart Glasses epitomize this trend, offering a blend of cutting-edge technology and stylish design. These smart glasses are not just another wearable tech gadget; they are a comprehensive solution for eye protection, audio immersion, and seamless connectivity.

Blue Light Filtering and Polarized Sunglass Lenses

The Razer Anzu Smart Glasses come equipped with blue light filtering lenses, which are essential for anyone who spends a significant amount of time in front of a screen. These lenses reduce screen glare and eye strain, keeping your eyes fresh and focused whether you’re working or enjoying entertainment. For those who venture outdoors, the polarized replacement lenses provide excellent protection against the sun’s harmful rays, ensuring your eyes are shielded in any lighting condition.

Low Latency Audio

One of the standout features of the Razer Anzu is its low latency audio. With an industry-leading 60ms Bluetooth connection, these smart glasses deliver smooth, stutter-free sound. This means you can stay fully immersed in your music, podcasts, or games without any disruptions from audio delays or skipping. Whether you’re on a call or deep into a gaming session, the audio quality remains consistently high.

Built-in Mic and Speakers

Gone are the days of fumbling for your phone to take a call. The Razer Anzu Smart Glasses feature a discreet omnidirectional microphone built into the frame, allowing you to go hands-free. The built-in speakers ensure that you can hear and be heard clearly, making it easier than ever to stay connected on the go.

Touch-Enabled and Voice-Assistant Compatible

Managing your media and calls has never been more convenient. With a sleek touch interface, the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses allow you to change music tracks, play or pause media, manage calls, and even activate your smartphone’s voice assistant. This seamless integration ensures that all your essential functions are just a touch away.

Impressive Battery Life

Battery life is a critical factor for any wearable tech, and the Razer Anzu does not disappoint. With more than 5 hours of battery life on a single charge, these smart glasses are perfect for long gaming sessions or extended periods of use. When not in use, they conserve power by shutting off automatically, ensuring that they are ready to go when you are.

Product Specifications

  • Product Dimensions: 6.42 x 1.87 x 6.07 inches
  • Item Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Item Model Number: RZ82-03630200-R3U1
  • Batteries: 2 Lithium Ion batteries required (included)
  • Wireless Communication Technologies: Bluetooth
  • Connectivity Technologies: Bluetooth
  • Special Features: Wireless, Travel, Sound Amplification
  • Human Interface Input: Microphone
  • Form Factor: Glasses
  • Color: Blue

What’s in the Box

  • Glasses
  • Carrying Case
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Charging Cable

Manufactured by Razer, the Anzu Smart Glasses are available for purchase since July 1, 2021. They are designed to be unisex, making them a versatile accessory for anyone looking to enhance their digital lifestyle with a touch of modern elegance and advanced functionality.

In summary, the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic offer a unique blend of style, convenience, and cutting-edge technology. Whether you’re protecting your eyes from digital strain, enjoying high-quality audio, or staying connected on the go, these smart glasses have got you covered.

Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic Specification

Specification: Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic

Product Dimensions

6.42 x 1.87 x 6.07 inches

Item Weight

1.6 ounces

Item model number



2 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Wireless communication technologies


Connectivity technologies


Special features

Wireless, Travel, Sound Amplification

Other display features


Human Interface Input


Form Factor




Whats in the box

Glasses, Carrying Case, Cleaning Cloth, Charging Cable





Date First Available

July 1, 2021

Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic Reviews (11)

11 reviews for Razer Anzu Smart Glasses with Mic

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  1. Jesus Antonio parada Valdez

    Me.encanta la posibilidad de poder elegir si son para sol o para luz azul, el audio es bueno, es un poco complicado acostumbrarse a los sensores táctiles pero con el tiempo es más fácil, super recomendado.

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  2. Flip

    I bought this anzu smart glasses. I love it glasses itself are amazing. Sounds is great better than Rayban stories where it is more expensive than Razer Anzu.

    My biggest issue now is I bought this anzu smart glasses last May 2022, now its May 2023 after one year of usage the aterry charge doesn’t hold anymore. 10min to 15 min of watching movie with minimum volume the battery notification will appear 10% low battery, even I keep it over night charging it wil not hold the battery charge.

    I tried to contact support but there is so many things to do/click on the website where it doesnt make sense at all in the end I wont be able to get a phone number/chat/email to talk to them.

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  3. David B

    So ordered these to give them a try when I saw they were marked down from $199 to $44.95! Figured, WTH, can’t really go wrong for that. I ordered the large rectangle and they do fit my big ole head, so A+ there. Sound quality is NOT as good as the Ray Bans, but still quite decent. For my work in the field these will be great to be able to listen to music. Need to get Rx lenses for them (Lensabl, who Razer appears to be partnered with is around $450 for the lenses I get – progessives with Transitions XTRActive), I had a quote for some different frames from Sams for around $300, so will see if Sams can do them or not. Fingers crossed! Will update as I get to use them more.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    Had always seen these and their Bose competitors and wanted them, but at their launch price of $200 USD they seemed too pricey for my blood – plus, I had some freebie shades that worked perfectly fine. Once they finally broke, I saw that these had dropped to $50 CAD – and at that point, the value proposition becomes much nicer.

    For $50 CAD you get a unique looking pair of shades that allows for:

    > Hands-free calling – you may look a bit loony just talking to open air, but the use is nice to be able to have open-ear hands-free calling. Especially for those who have long calls or talk over apps like Discord or Slack often, these have surprisingly good mics built in and free up your ears nicely.

    > Open air listening to music/podcasts while walking, reading and otherwise living life – very nice to be able to walk by a friend on the street on a bright summer day, have a full conversation and then keep on going without having to pause your music or podcast once.

    > Switchable lenses – polarized UV rated lenses for the outdoors and blue-blockers for the late night Excel crunching and competitive game crushing.

    A few cons though:

    > Touch Control (or lack thereof) – the controls are the most abysmally insensitive things I’ve had to use. Since they’re sleek plastic, the actual touch area is hard to find but through use it’s about a +/- 0.5cm around the little hump they have to help you find it. In general, a hard touch will actually be seen as a tap, a double tap has a 80/20 chance of not registering as a double tap and you’ll have to hold for dear life to get the hold action to function. A novel idea but a horrible execution. Also damning is the facts that in all the tap/2-tap/3-tap/hold actions there isn’t one to control the volume – so you’ll have to fish for your device anyways to change that.
    > Sounds quality – no matter what, we can’t beat physics. These are essentially down-firing speakers built into the frame. Walk past an especially noisy overhead pass and nothing is going to be heard. Indoors, if someone is sitting right beside you they’ll at lease hear *something* playing i not be able to discern exactly what it is.

    > Lenses – The lenses themselves are nice and they are easy to pop in and out – the issue is that if you’d like to get prescriptions you can only go to their partnered provider Lensabl. From my more visually impaired homies, apparently their prices aren’t unreasonable (starting from $98 the last I checked), but once they stop carrying them you may be SOL.

    > Battery Life – once again, can’t beat physics. Max battery life is indeed the quoted 5 hours, and if you essentially use them walking to and from destinations you’ll never run out within a day or two. Continuously will kill them before lunch. Now, for my colder Canucks out there, I can unfortunately tell you exactly what temperature these bad boys die at: -20C without wind chill. Anything lower and these will IMMEDIATELY shut off. There have been the off day where they battle the cold for 20 minutes before flying the white flag and dying unceremoniously, but in general its a fool’s gambit to try using these in the winter.

    Now that may all sound like a very big cons list – and for $200 USD I would have been punching the sky in rage over such a purchase. But for $50 CAD? When a good pair of Aviators cost as much, a pair of Raybans costs an arm and and leg and cheap pairs doomed to die within two years, these at this price becomes the steal of the decade.

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  5. Martín ram

    Son muy cómodos, los materiales son de buena calidad y suenan genial, obviamente no es el mismo sonido que unos audífonos con cancelación de ruido, pero para la playa o actividades al aire libre están excelentes. Además puedes contestar las llamadas sin problema y siempre me escuchan muy bien con su microfono. Viene con dos juegos de micas unas polarizadas muy buenas, y las otras para luz azul si lo que quieres es estar en la computadora o monitor. Las recomiendo mucho.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    tbh, I thought these were probably going to be really dumb and gimmicky, but I love them. I bought two pairs so I could have one w/ normal lenses for indoors and one as sunglasses, and they’re fantastic. Sound quality is great for music, videos, or calls, they’re very comfortable and seem to be quite sturdy. No issues w/ either of the pairs I got.

    If you can catch these on sale, definitely grab a pair.

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  7. Hewdiddy

    I bought the Anzus, and have had them for a week. You should ignore any review that just got them that day and haven’t had them long enough to learn what they don’t like.

    The Razer Anzus. Read the other reviews for battery life and connectivity, I’m going to talk about what actually matters, if you will like them or not. The most important thing to determine here is what you’re going to use the Razer Anzu for. They are amazing in some roles, and terrible in others. Do not buy the Anzus if you want them for the following:

    -Being blue light blocking glasses
    -Being sunglasses
    -Being good for music, movies, or TV audio

    With that out of the way, what are they good for? They are probably the single best way to participate in conference calls, Zoom meetings, and working from home, that I’ve tried. The microphone quality is exceptionally good, but there is no mic in front of your face. That’s pretty much unheard of. They are more comfortable than any headset, ear bud, etc (my second favorite device for this is the Aftershokz OpenComm btw). Your ears are open so you can hear the doorbell, dog barking, spouse nagging, etc. You can wear them all day even when you’re not on a call, there is no need to take them off. I listen to music all day when not in calls; before the Anzu, I either had to listen to music on something that didn’t sound as good (like a normal Bluetooth headset), or take the headset off after every call. With the Anzu I put them on in the morning, and take them off at the end of the day. The only better way to do this is to use speakers and a desktop microphone (which I also do sometimes), but then you can’t go upstairs to make coffee during a meeting.

    The other thing they are great for I will generally describe as being “connected,” or maybe “smart watch replacement.” If you are anything like me, you always miss calls when your phone is in your pocket. A lot of you are using smart watches, and that works. I don’t like smart watches. But if I know an important call might be coming in, wearing these glasses is a great way to be alerted without having my phone in my hand. If you don’t like smart watches but want to know about every notification, these are the ticket. Could you wear Airpods all day with nothing playing? Sure. But wearing glasses you forget about after 2 minutes is much less annoying, says me.

    Now the bad. I am a huge fan of computer glasses (I have been using Gunnars for 10 years). The blue light lenses in the Anzus do nothing to block blue light (like all clear blue light lenses). 35% blocking is a lie (like all 35% blocking blue light lenses, which are all clear). This may be a controversial statement, but its physics. If a lens is blocking blue light, the resulting image will have more yellow/orange in it. These are crystal clear. If the lens isn’t yellow or orange, they are not blocking blue light, period. They may be blocking ALL light, which just means they are making everything dark.

    That said, examine why you need blue light blocking glasses. Blue light is not bad for your eyes (proven). It does keep you up at night. If you want to block blue light for your eye health, you’ve been sold snake oil (its ok, a lot of us were). If you want to block blue light so you can fall asleep better, that’s valid, but every operating system now can turn amber at a scheduled time or based on sunset, and that accomplishes the same thing.

    Based on my experience, the discomfort I experience using a computer monitor without glasses isn’t because of blue light, its because of dryness. Any glasses resolve this for me. I replaced my Gunnars with the Anzus and did not experience discomfort. As a comparison, if I don’t wear any glasses at the computer, my eyes start to bother me because I’m so used to the Gunnars. So, if you want them for blue-light blocking, they aren’t that. If you want them for eye comfort while using the computer, they might help.

    I haven’t tried the sunglass lenses. I’m too much of a sunglass snob to use Razer sunglasses. If you don’t care about sunglasses they are probably fine, but I would choose one or the other (clear or sunglass). I wouldn’t rely on switching the lenses a lot because I’m afraid they would get loose or break. If you want that, buy two pairs.

    Finally, the other “bad” thing, the sound. The sound is “fine.” It is great for voice, so if you want to do calls or podcasts, you’re good to go. If you want to listen to music, only use these if you don’t care about sound quality (which based on the sales numbers for Beats, Skullcandy, etc, is a lot of you). Because the drivers are tiny and there is no seal with your ear, you will get no bass or low end, and they also don’t reveal much detail in the music. They are fine for a little bit here or there, but I would not recommend these as a primary headphone replacement for music. Full disclosure, I am probably an “audiophile,” so take this with a grain of salt; many of you would probably be happy with these for music, but I’m not.

    Finally, they come with a charging cable. It is very hard to find, nestled in the leather case in a hidden pocket. Don’t write a negative review saying they didn’t come with a cable because you couldn’t find it.

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  8. Amazon Customer

    I love the sound quality, and the temple controls took a second to figure out the right spot but got it! They broke after a couple weeks, the arm connection was relatively weak. They also stay on or off depending on if they’re open, so there isn’t an option to turn them off just to disconnect

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  9. Mauricio González

    Están increíbles, se disfrutan mucho, si haces algún trabajo donde requieras estar atendiendo llamadas y a personas presencialmente o algo similar a uber o transporte es la mejor opción para ti!! Sin embargo si los quieres para videojuegos no te van a funcionar, la calidad del sonido es muy regular para gaming, como funcionalidad son excelentes y el material es buenísimo para el precio

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  10. Jayson

    I recently got my hands on the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses, and I must say, I’m absolutely thrilled with this cutting-edge piece of eyewear for its prize point. These smart glasses have seamlessly combined style and technology in a way that has exceeded my expectations.

    First and foremost, let’s talk about the design. The Razer Anzu glasses strike a perfect balance between a sleek, modern aesthetic and a comfortable fit. The frames are lightweight and stylish, making them suitable for both casual wear and more formal occasions. The choice of frame styles and lens options ensures that there’s a perfect pair for everyone’s taste. I got the rectangular design. I love how they look and feel on my face.

    Now, let’s dive into the smart features. The built-in speakers are an absolute game-changer. They provide crisp and clear audio without the need for any earbuds or headphones. Whether I’m taking calls, listening to music, or following GPS directions while driving or walking, the audio quality has been consistently impressive. I appreciate the open-ear design that allows me to stay aware of my surroundings, making them perfect for outdoor activities.

    The Razer Anzu’s integrated touch controls on the frames are intuitive and convenient. Adjusting the volume, pausing or skipping tracks, and answering calls can all be done with simple gestures, eliminating the need to fumble with my smartphone. The inclusion of Bluetooth connectivity ensures a seamless pairing experience with my devices.

    I was pleasantly surprised by the battery life of these smart glasses. With moderate usage, I can easily go for a day or more without needing to recharge. The charging process is quick and hassle-free, so I never have to worry about being caught with a dead battery.

    Another standout feature is the blue light filtering and UV protection provided by the lenses. As someone who spends long hours in front of screens, this feature has made a noticeable difference in reducing eye strain and fatigue.

    Durability and build quality are also top-notch. The glasses feel sturdy and well-made, which is crucial for an accessory I wear daily.

    In summary, the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses have won me over with their style, comfort, and impressive technology. They seamlessly integrate into my daily life, adding convenience and style while enhancing my overall audio experience. If you’re looking for smart glasses that are as fashionable as they are functional, I wholeheartedly recommend giving the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses a try. They’ve certainly left me thoroughly satisfied and impressed!

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  11. Nina S.

    I really like these glasses not only are they stylish but really seem durable which is very important. The price was unmatched & that gives them the winning edge I’ve already tested YouTube & Pandora on them & they sound great definitely a great buy for me & my hubby. Thanks Razer!👍

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