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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 found them to a bit flimsily at first and they were kind of offset at first.....but a tweak here and there and now they are great. Overall I like then thank you3
Nice product. Good price. Great appearance. I would reccomend.3
Cool design but a bit tight on my fatter face. Hurts behind the ears a bit4
These folding sunglasses are a great addition to my sunglass collection. They're a little low quality due to the materials they were produced out of, but the lens's are fantastic for blocking the sun and they are a very suave design. I would recommend them.5
Sweet pair of sunglasses. What an awesome thing to find in my box. Love 'em.5
Okay, so I love the idea of these and I like the way the way they look and fit.....but the hinge on the bridge of the nose broke within a few days. Bummer.4
I like the color of the lens. they aren't too dark, but still keep the light from being so bright. the downside is they are a bit big for my face, but overall, I like them.4
I like the idea of having shades fold up and the case was really cool. The nose piece and seam you see in the middle of the nose bridge made it seem like those nerd glasses with the tape in the middle. My eyes just wanted to go straight to the bridge of the glasses. I didn't feel cool at all. My kids thought they were great!2
Although they were cheap, the folding novelty makes them fun. Stems are way too short thought.3
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