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With hinges along the sides and bridge, these shades are the ultimate grab-and-go accessory. Available in both black and tortoiseshell, they feature a timeless silhouette that will flatter any face, and a handy storage case to keep them safe when not in use.
I would definitely NOT recommend these. I had two pairs, used them only a few times during a month, and both broke. The quality was surprisingly very low. Really disappointing.1
Did not block any sun ! Need something else in my box1
This seems like something that you might get as a prize in a cereal box. Totally cheap--actually to the point that I would not buy regardless of price. They feel like they are going to fall apart.1
If I could give this product 0 stars, I would. Mine arrived broken with the arm off & no screw...ever. So I basically got $20 worth of tiny samples for the month.1
I was only able to wear these once before one of the arms came off. I'm not sure if the screw fell out or was never even in there. I was excited about these at first (looked good, fun novelty), but was ultimately disappointed since they fell apart so fast.1
When I took the glasses out of the box they were missing a screw for one of the arms. I wasn't impressed with the quality of them at all very disappointed.1
The glasses seemed pretty fragile and look a little dorky. Foldable glasses are a neat idea, though.1
What can I say? I would actually laugh at someone wearing these in public. They look ridiculous and they feel ridiculous. I guess they block sunlight, that's the only pro.1
I liked the novelty of this item, but literally the first time I was removing them from the box, the screw on the temple fell out and into the grass I was standing in at the time. Not a particularly positive experience from the get-go.1
As much as this was a very good idea, they looked like something an old man would wear. I gave them to my children to play with.1