Please read the package insert that came with your Spectacles carefully before using them. It contains important information on directions for use, safety, warranties, liability, and returns and exchanges. If you lost your insert, read through the articles in this section.
Spectacles are not intended for young children. Please visit support.spectacles.com for more information about Spectacles, including product support and returns.
WARNINGS – READ BEFORE USING
Pay attention! Using your Spectacles’ camera may increase the time it takes to react to hazards. Spectacles also contain a visible LED light that may distract you. Pay attention to your surroundings, and don’t use the camera in situations that require your full attention, or where distractions could put you or others in harm’s way.
Avoid facial injuries. Don’t wear Spectacles while doing any activities where you wouldn’t normally wear sunglasses, such as high-impact sports and activities. If you’re doing activities for which eye protection is advisable, use certified protective eyewear.
Water use. Your Spectacles are water resistant and can be used for shallow-water activities. Avoid extended submersion, and don't wear Spectacles during activities with risk of impact or rapid submersion. After water exposure, dry your Spectacles thoroughly, and clear all charging areas of debris and residue.
Charging. Use only the provided charging cable and an agency-approved power adapter to charge your Spectacles. Keep the charging areas on the Spectacles and charging case clear of debris and residue. To clean charging areas, wipe with the included cleaning cloth, mildly dampened if needed.
Driving. Don’t use your Spectacles’ camera while driving.
Flying. Check applicable aviation security administration restrictions on personal electronics before flying with Spectacles. Spectacles contain lithium ion batteries, and should not be placed in checked luggage when flying.
Medical devices. Spectacles contain magnets and components that emit radio waves, which could affect the operation of medical devices such as pacemakers and other implantable devices, hearing aids, and insulin pumps. If you have an electronic medical device, consult your doctor or the device manufacturer before using Spectacles. Stop using Spectacles if you observe any interference with a medical device.
Damaged Spectacles. To avoid potential injury, don’t wear or use damaged Spectacles. Don’t try to repair your Spectacles yourself. If they’re damaged, contact support.spectacles.com.
Overheating. Your Spectacles shouldn’t overheat or cause thermal discomfort during normal use. If they do, stop using them and contact support.spectacles.com.
Electrical components. Your Spectacles contain electrical components, so follow the same precautions you would for any electronic device. Don’t use them near open flames or exposed electrical hazards, in extreme conditions, while the battery is charging, or if you see a leaking battery or battery damage. Don’t try to modify any part of your Spectacles.
Battery removal. Don’t attempt to remove or replace the battery in the Spectacles or charging case. Doing so can result in a safety hazard.