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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.
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
Broken when they arrived. Even if they were in tact, the frames seem pretty cheap. I would never wear these.1
They broke after a week. By 5 days they couldn't hold as sunglasses without folding up. They snapped in half just by taking them off like any other sunglasses. Fun idea, but small and poor quality. I have cheaper sunglasses that have lasted years. These couldn't make it a week.1
I like the concept of folding sunglasses. However, these sunglasses missed the mark. The quality of the materials is lacking, the shape of the frames are not flattering, and the pattern on the frames are also not my style at all. I don't even want to use these sunglasses as my back-up pair.1