Spectacles Nico + Veronica

A new way to look and capture the world you see 😎

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Nico and Veronica. Both designs come in black-on-black with polarized lenses, effortlessly combining form and function to create our most fashionable hands-free camera. They capture up to 70 videos or hundreds of photos on a single charge — then transfer them to your phone, wirelessly.

Antoine Martin
Adam Fallon
Andy Piper
 +5 reviews
  • Cameron Kalegi
    Cameron KalegiGrowth Marketing @ Uber

    • Multiple export formats (finally!)

    • 30-day returns


    • New designs lack a charging case

    • Still no virtual 'try on' ability in-app


    Cameron Kalegi has never used this product.
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Dave Poly
Dave Poly@davepoly · Building PostPilot.io. Huge Marvel geek.
They're still putting money towards this project?
Joshua Dance
Joshua Dance@joshdance · Engineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker
@dave_poly I just bought the new version. So it is working? :)
Amrith Shanbhag
Amrith Shanbhag@amrith · Community + Social at Product Hunt
From their blog: "Nico and Veronica capture up to 70 videos or hundreds of photos on a single charge — then transfer them to your phone, wirelessly. They’re also water resistant, so you can take them with you almost anywhere!" Who's getting them? 😎
Justin Potts
Justin PottsPro@pottsjustin · Co-founder of Avenify
Snapchat's moving quick on getting new versions of their Spectacles out. I wonder how long it'll be until they launch a better Google Glass?
Rey Alejandro
Rey Alejandro@reyalejandroart · Product Designer at Kalibrr
@pottsjustin just realize if google do something simple first then transition to more crazy, it might work well.
Chris Messina
Chris Messina@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
"A new feature due later this fall will automatically curate a day's best Spectacles captures into a Highlight Story. So if you wear them all day and take a plethora of stills and videos, this will prevent you from having to comb over everything yourself for the best moments." Curious what tech/algorithm they're using for this. I remember working Google+'s Photo Highlights feature as well as the autogenerated movies that Facebook generates and they're still pretty hit or miss...
Steven Rueter
Steven Rueter@rueter · Developer
Many people, particularly when it comes to eyewear, are brand loyalists and very particular about their style, tastes, and preferences. Would it not be more viable and more scalable to partner with a Luxotica (owners of Ray-Ban, Oakley, etc.), whose strengths are design and distribution?