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Transcend GPS Goggles Specs & Review – Recon-Zeal’s Direct to Eye GPS

Posted by on Oct 02, 2010 | 1 Comment

A pair of GPS goggles is a way to appear the coolest person on the incline position. With direct to eye Zeal 2010 Transcend GPS goggles, futuristic functionality will go hand in hand with style that has been ensured by Zeal Optics. The Zeal 2010 Transcend goggles are the direct to eye GPS goggles that will come to the market first time.

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Jeremy Gutsche is the Trend Hunter founder and when he goes skiing next year, the stylish Zeal 2010 Transcend goggles would not allow him down, and then people will be able to verify his preposterous speed and distance claims. The Transcend GPS goggles should be the first goggles to feature direct to eye GPS communication and information except any sudden moves from other competing optics brands. A skier or snowboarder should easily access all the relevant data such as altitude, speed, temperature, location, distance traveled, and time that displayed directly in the goggles.

Zeal GPS Goggles’ specifications:

  • Head mounted display
  • Integrated GPS
  • Speed
  • Temperature
  • Helmet compatible
  • Altitude
  • Vertical odometer
  • Stopwatch/Chronos mode
  • USB port for downloading and analyzing stats on the computer
  • Google map overlay
  • Total weight: 257 grams
  • rechargeable lithium-ion battery-7 hour long time

Zeal GPS Goggles includes:

  • protective hard case
  • Lens cleaning bag
  • micro USB charger includes European and American adapters
  • Recon instruments software (PC and Mac compatible) with Google map overlay for reviewing stats and highlights

operating system:

  • PC and Mac compatible Software
  • English/French Language
  • Imperial (English)/Metric units

Zeal optics exclusive lens technology: 2 lens options available

SPX polarized lens:

  • polarized lens reduces 99% of glare
  • permanent in-molded anti-fog lens
  • Helmet compatible design
  • Wide vision frame

SPPX polarized + photochromic (transitioning) lens:

  • Lens auto adjusts in charging light conditions
  • Lens transitions from light yellow to dark rose/amber tint

People like to check out the Recon-Zeal Transcend goggles, if they prefer more extreme activities similar to alpine skiing or snow boarding. These goggles are the first goggles of world and they are built in GPS enabled head-mounted display. Speed, latitude/longitude, altitude, vertical distance traveled, chrono/stopwatch mode, total distance traveled, temperature, a run-counter, and time like information are displayed by these goggles.

The goggles are available in two models with different lens options and they can be charged through USB. The Transcend SPPX is fitted with an SPPX polarized and photochromic lens and available at $499US. Transcend SPX features an SPX polarized lens and cost of it is $399US. With Head-Mounted Display, first GPS Goggles of the World is now available. Users can track their day’s statistics and overlay their entire alpine experience on satellite imagery with these goggles.

Darcy Hughes, Recon Instruments’ Chief Marketing Officer noted, “We have had great success with the development and partnership with Zeal Optics, and we’re excited for this initial limited release. Interest in the goggles has been unprecedented so it will be interesting to see how fast the release sells through at reconinstruments.com.”

“As action sports fanatics ourselves, we recognize the fun and importance of sharing the data collected by the goggles with friends, which is why we have incorporated the HQ Online community into our new website. We hope the public will have as much fun using our invigorated website as we have had in its development,” Hughes added.


1 comment

  1. lucas says:

    do they tell you rotation still because that isn’t specified

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