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The low-profile MP3 playing sunglasses are lightweight and sturdy, not to mention water- (and sweat-) resistant. These are definitely made with the athlete and outdoor enthusiast in mind, but the casual user can benefit just as much as the pros.
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Oakley sells a variety of storage accessories for the Thump Pro. Shown here is the large, soft case that can hold the sunglasses safely, as well as tote the syncing/charging cable.
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The Thump Pro has playback and volume controls, and that's about it. There's no display on the glasses, so simple music playback is all you get. In this case, that's definitely a good thing.
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The Thump Pro folds shut just like any other pair of glasses, and you can purchase a smaller, more portable case to tote them around town.
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Who says you need to buy Oakley's accessories? Use the included soft pouch and slip the Thump Pro into a bag pocket.
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The Thump Pro is highly flexible and should fit most users comfortably.
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The excellently designed earbuds will adjust to fit just about anyone, except perhaps small children.
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The style isn't for everyone, but if you want the convenience of a wearable MP3 player built right into another useful outdoor item (sunglasses), the Thump is the way to go.
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