Get $80 off these TCL Rayneo Air 2 AR glasses before Black Friday

Jitendra Soni
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Are you looking for a cheap AR glasses deal this Black Friday or Cyber Monday? Amazon has a massive discount on TCL’s new RayNeo Air 2 AR glasses.

Adding a pair of AR/XR glasses into your gadget bag is not fancy anymore, especially when the upcoming Black Friday deals have the RayNeo Air 2 AR glasses at their lowest price ever.

These AR glasses from TCL have only been out for a few weeks, and usually retail at an MSRP or $379. But, now you can get them with $50 off at Amazon. Furthermore, using the exclusive Black Friday coupon code RAYNEOSAVE50 while checking out can help you save another $30.

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The coupon code brings the discount to $80 and the effective price to $299, making the RayNeo Air 2 one of the cheapest AR glasses on the market.

A personal 200-inch home theatre in your pocket

The RayNeo Air 2, is likely going to be the tastiest deal on any AR/MR glasses during the Black Friday sales. In all probability, this will be a limited-time deal as the glasses have debuted very recently, and once the Black Friday sales get over, you might need to shell out $80 more to get these glasses.

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These glasses weigh just 76g, and are incredibly compact. Since these glasses can be connected to your smartphone using a Type-C port, you can now connect them natively to the new iPhone 15 lineup, to boot.

The RayNeo Air 2 is ideal for watching content on a personal theatre-like screen on the go, playing games on a massive screen, or even working discreetly while in public.

The new Air 2 comes with Sony’s OLED screen and supports a 120Hz screen refresh rate that, unlike most AR glasses, offers a lag-free and fluid gaming experience. I’ve been testing them for weeks, and they are a revelation. Be sure to check them out, too.

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Jitendra loves writing about tech, especially smartphones. He has almost 10 years of experience. He spearheaded the TechRadar India editorial operations and has written for TechRadar, TechRadar Pro, Free Press Journal, Mobile Scout, IB Times Singapore, Indulge Express, and more. He can be reached at