The prescription compatible eyewear allows wearers to make calls and listen to music through their glasses as well as use smartphone functions such as voice assistants, ride-hailing and money transfers.
“We have taken in a huge amount of feedback and user stories on our previous models and used this information to catalyze our development of Loud 3.0”, said Lucyd chief executive Harrison Gross.
“It is my firm belief that these new smartglasses represent a significant leap over other options in the space, with their superior combination of quality, prescription adaptability and price", he added.
Meanwhile, Tekcapital’s executive chairman Clifford Gross said the firm is “very glad to see the continuous development of Lucyd's products and brand” as it capitalised on its “first-mover advantage in providing prescription, Bluetooth enabled eyewear".
Tekcapital shares were steady at 6p in early trading on Monday.
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