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All the Latest Wearable Tech from the Rio 2016 Olympics

It  doesn’t seem so long ago that the possibility of wearable technology was rooted firmly in the future. After last year saw the quick withdrawal of the Google Glass from the public market, it seemed we weren’t quite ready for cybernetic eyewear, however 2016’s Olympians are showing us that maybe we are ready to take the plunge.

Propeaq LED Glasses

There’s been a lot of publicity around Propeaq glasses in Rio, the company are working in collaboration with many Olympic teams to ensure athletes are feeling on top form for the games.

Targeted at frequent flyers and sufferers of jet lag, the glasses work by...   read more

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Oakley Team GB Sunglasses for the London 2012 Olympic Games

There are some pretty big events on the calendar for the year 2012, not least The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, some mega comic book movies (Avengers Assemble, The Amazing Spider-Man, Dark Knight Rises) and the end of the world in December, but for me the real highlight of 2012 has to be the Olympic Games in London.  I’m just waiting for my tickets to arrive for the 400m finals, it’s going to be awesome.

If you’re lucky enough to be going to the games just like me, you might want to consider picking up a Union Jack to wave from the stands and a pair of Limited Edition Team...   read more

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New fashionable glasses now available from Speedo!

At SelectSpecs.com we are 100% committed to bringing you the latest ranges of eye wear from the worlds leading brands at affordable prices.  Our vast catalogue of designer brands has now been updated to include prescription glasses from the global sportswear brand, Speedo, who are famous for assisting swimmers such as Britain’s Gold Girl Rebecca Adlington and USA’s Michael Phelps to reach Olympic glory in 2008.  While we can’t promise these Speedo glasses will turn you into medal winning Olympic athletes we can say they will give you look a great fashionable look! Here are...   read more

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