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Remember how cool it was every time one of the Transformers would unravel into a robot? Well, these folding sunglasses operate under the same awesome principle. Available in both black and tortoiseshell, these stylish shades feature a timeless silhouette that will flatter any face. They also come with a handy storage case to ensure they don’t get stepped on or scratched when not in use. Think of them as the Optimus Prime of eyewear.
I didn't really care for the design of the sunglasses and the folding aspect isn't really a plus for me. They are a bit uncomfortable to wear due to them being a bit too small.2
These sunglasses are a classic style that would probably go with most face shapes. The portability is convenient. What a great score for only 1/4 great products!5
I want to like these more than I actually do. They are well made considering they're fold-up, but you're probably going to look like a tool wearing them unless you're a member of the French indie rock band, Phoenix.1
These were a really innovative way to have your sunglasses close at hand. They looked good, folded extremely handy and go where I go. They did well blocking sun during long drives as well.5
The sunglasses showed up missing a screw in one of the arms and thus completely useless.1
I am confused as to why this product is in a man's box.2
This, in a wayfairer style, would be much more applicable to my taste...not impressed.1
The glasses are a cool concept but they were too small and too feminine for my taste.1
At first, I thought the idea of "folding" sunglasses was kind of silly; but then, after a few weeks I have grown to really enjoy the portability and the quality of the sunglasses. They are stylish and when worn you cannot tell that they have 'joints'.5
Sunglasses are a very specific choice, not something I, personally, would like to be surprised with. I think the folding action is a gimmick (who has ever looked at a pair of glasses and wish they were smaller??), the lenses are made of plastic, and just feel cheap in general. Somehow the designer managed to make these sunglasses tiny and huge at the same time. They feel small on my head but the lenses are huge and dwarf my face. You may like the style and "utility" of these glasses, but I am not impressed.2