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Unique patented neodymium magnetic system allows the glasses to come together at the bridge. The head band is form-fitting and wraps around your head to ensure a snug, comfortable fit. Putting them on is simple. Just place the band around your head and let the magnets draw together at the bridge. Want to take them off? No problem. Just pull the magnets apart and the glasses will hang comfortably around your neck. That way you know exactly where they are when you need them again.
- Adjustable temple length
- Custom lenses are not refundable
- U.S. Sales Only
- Click here for sizing details
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Too big fpr me
Glass were to big for me, can not use at all.
BEST CUSTOMER SERVICE & SATISFACATION GUARANTEED!!!!
My boss had purchased some glasses a while ago and they recently broke on the ear piece. I called to order a new ear piece and was told to send a photo of the broken glasses via email. I did so and then received an email stating send the broken glasses back to us. We will fix them and send them back to you all you have to do is pay for Shipping!!! WOW
The customre service rep was outstanding and a pleasure to work with.
You can"t beat Clics
Glasses work great. Bought these a s a spare. They are the 4th pair I bought. - 2 bi-focal and aviator sun glasses - al prescription.
Glasses won't stay fastened
I purchased a pair of Clic Executive Tortoise Bi-Focal glasses. This is the worst pair of glasses I have purchased. The magnets will not stay fastened.
Having a hard time keeping magnet connected. Glasses keep coming
apart. have adjusted glasses, but they still come apart.
I think these are a good idea. I'm not sure if the rigid back band is the best though. I'd like to see how they would work with a soft connector on the back end. I also find that because of the rigid back piece, when I sit in my chair to watch TV, the band hits the headrest on the chair, and forces the glasses forward. Very distracting and a bit annoying.