GazerGlass: Extend Your Battery Life

A major problem with Google Glass, just like a lot of other tech, is that the battery doesn’t last as long as we would like it to. While Google has been able to improve Glass’ battery life slightly over the past months, the battery is still a major problem for a lot of Explorers.


A lot of companies have taken it upon themselves to fix the battery problem with Google Glass. One of the latest products to show up on the horizon and aims to fix the battery problem is GazerGlass. GazerGlass was created by a partnership between Worldintercom and Smirnov Design. The two companies are hopefully going to have GazerGlass shipping out by March, 2014.

How Does it Attach?

If you look in the image above, you can see that the battery is housed in casing that will attach to the left side of Glass. You will also have a long cord that wraps around your neck.

What’s Inside?

GazerGlass doesn’t have a lot inside of it. After all, it’s just a batter extender.

Anyway, GazerGlass specs include:

  • 1500mAh Lithium-Polymer Battery Pack
  • Simultaneous charging via micro-USB
  • 3.5 ounces (100 grams)

How Much Does it Improve the Battery?

According to the GazerGlass website it will “nearly triple” your Glass better life. Most people are getting about five or so hours out of Google Glass currently, so yeah. With GazerGlass you will be getting about 15 hours of use, which really isn’t that bad.

How Does it Cost?

GazerGlass is taking pre-orders at $50 and they are also running an indiegogo campaign. The indiegogo campaign is ending in about a week though, so if you plan on supporting them there, then you had better hurry!