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Motorola Oakley RAZRWIRE

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the portability and comfort. The sound and design are also mentioned favorably, but many are less positive about the value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headsets the Motorola Oakley RAZRWIRE is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

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Review: Motorola RAZRWIRE


TreoCentral's James Hromadka reviews the Motorola RAZRWIRE bluetooth headset

Well-designed headset, Great usability, Very comfortable earpiece, Great sound quality, Makes a fashion statement

Lenses are not polarized, Oakley sunglasses come at a price

The closest Oakley equivalent I could find to the RAZRWIRE is the Half Wire XL, and the RAZRWIRE's retail price is $75 more, which is a bargain considering how good the headset is. For a little more, you get good sunglasses and a great headset. Since...

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Gadgetell Review: Motorola-Oakley RAZRWIRE


Product: Motorola/Oakley RAZRWIRE List Price: $295 Rating: Average - 5.5/10.0 Pros: Takes the Bluetooth headset weight off of your ear, decent speaker Cons: Expensive, average headset quality, requires you to always wear sunglasses Overall: The...

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Motorola Razrwire Bluetooth Eyewear


Oakley did a great job getting into the eyewear/bluetooth market, but there is another company with the eyewear that everyone will want. Check out

A bit awkward, seems to have been a poor rush job


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Motorola Razrwire Bluetooth Eyewear


Quite some time has passed since the last time a comprehesize review had been written; therefore, I am sharing with the CNET audience, some current product knowledge.

Addition of one frame option

Few frame options

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Interesting concept, very small target audience


I'm actually quite surprised that Motorola and Oakley brought this concept to production. It seems quite silly. I checked these glasses out recently in an Oakley retailer and I have to say I could not come up with a reason to purchase them.

Handsfree cell phone use while driving or participating in outdoor activities

unnatractive, use is limited to when you are wearing your sunglasses

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Very stylish and unique.


If you spend a lot of time outdoors wearing sunglasses and don't want to have a big-bulky Bluetooth headset hanging over your ear, then you will be pleasantly surprised how nice this setup works. The multiple pivot points on the earpiece allows you to...

Outstanding audio quality and easy to use controls

A little pricey. Hopefully Oakley will come out with a women's style frame

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Love both, the sunglasses and Headset


Limited only by the weather. I like the sunglasses, but cnnot use the headset without them, so this rules out cloudy days. However, the headset works great, always auto connects, unlike my motorola which is a little more finicking. Range is tremendous....

Glasses cool and Headset is best BT I've tried

Cant use the setup on cloudy day

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almost a great idea


So here's a great idea, make an MP3 player that attaches to sunglasses so people can chill in the sun without MP3 wires. Here's a better idea. Make an MP3 player designed to attach to ANY pair of sunglasses, or even just any pair of Oakley sunglasses....

cool idea Motorola

not really functional

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Not even trend-worthy


Have you ever thought of taking a steak, and then blending it with gourmet truffles? DIdn't think so.

Great glasses, great headset

The two of them are combined

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So, so cool!


I'm very impressed with the Razrwire. It is really nice to use when you need to wear sunglasses. Other headsets tend to get in the way of eyewear above the ear.

Great sound, ease of use, awesome shades

No Oakley "O" on the glasses, cost, no flip-up lenses


Product Specifications

By embedding a Motorola Bluetooth wireless headset into stylish Oakley sunglasses, RAZRWIRE lets image conscious consumers experience hands-free, cable-free connections to compatible Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones or other devices. Enjoy conversations while navigating life's many adventures in style with the RAZRWIRE. Standout Style - with the development of RAZRWIRE, Oakley has expanded its leadership position in performance eyewear as well as the company's role as a leading luxury and lifestyle brand. By combining Oakley's powerful design philosophy with Motorola's award-winning technology, RAZRWIRE is one fashionable, yet functional statement - changing mobile technology forever. Get Free - with the convenience of Bluetooth wireless technology, active consumers and techno-enthusiasts sporting the RAZRWIRE can connect with other compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices with seamless ease. The sunglasses deliver all of the benefits of a traditional Bluetooth headset, ensuring that optimal performance is not compromised. Now that's wearable wireless. Keep It Up - the RAZRWIRE design is sleek and compact, yet talk times can last up to approximately 6 hours. Stay wirelessly connected while running, biking, and rowing - you name it. RAZRWIRE keeps up with the most extreme lifestyles.

Audio Input


Audio Output

Connectivity Technology:Wireless
Headphones Form Factor:Ear-bud
Headphones Type:Monaural
Product Type:Headphone
Wireless Technology:Bluetooth

Audio System

Recommended Use:Cellular phone

Dimensions & Weight



Model:Bluetooth Eyewear
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Motorola Oakley RAZRWIRE