Unless you are a superhuman, chances are you've gone through an unconscionable amount of sunglasses in your lifetime. Most people I know refuse to spend more than $15 on shades, knowing that in a matter of time, the great universe will swallow them up — that is, if they don't sit on them first. But all this might change, thanks to a Australian sunglasses company, Tzukuri.
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Using a tiny Bluetooth Low Energy chip embedded in the frame, your phone is able to monitor the Tzurkuri's location and let you know if your glasses — or your phone — drift away from each other. And since the Bluetooth is directional, it shows up on a convenient map so you can more easily relocate your sunglasses.
Design-wise Tzukuri has six different models in three sizes, so there's something for every face.
Ethan Wolff-Mann is the Gear editor of Supercompressor. He has lost many $10 pairs of sunglasses, and cannot be trusted with expensive shades. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.