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Sunglasses are an investment purchase that provides both style and optic protection. When you make such a purchase, it is frustrating to lose said purchase repeatedly. Occasionally the loss is replaced, creating additional expense, but other times the loss resurfaces where you least expect it.
Here are some of the ways people (like me) have repeatedly lost or accidentally destroyed sunglasses:
• Forgetting to take them off before jumping into a large body of water, like a lake, an ocean, or a fast moving water park ride.
• Placing them in the passenger seat where they were eventually crushed by a passenger.
• Hanging them on a tree branch after the sun went down at the park so as to continue playing Frisbee and forgetting to retrieve them before leaving the park.
Obviously, accessories that are not attached to a body in some way are too easily misplaced. There are some simple solutions that will protect your eyewear investment if properly implemented.
There are the sports straps that hold glasses tightly to the faces of athletes, chains that keep reading glasses readily accessible for librarians, and fabric, necklace-type attachments that keep sunglasses accessible much like the chains keep reading glasses close. Any of these accessories could keep your sunglasses in place until you decide to remove them. But then what? If you do not have a specific place where they belong, you will find yourself searching for them again.
A glasses case protects the lenses of your sunglasses and provides a proper location for storage. The case can fit into a purse, a shirt pocket, or a backpack for easy retrieval later.
Visor or glove compartment
Since most people tend to wear their sunglasses more often in the car than anywhere else, the automobile also provides consistent storage locations (so long as that location is not the passenger seat). Sunglasses can be stored on the sun visor, in the glove compartment, or in a middle console.
If you can’t find your sunglasses in any of these places, they might just be sitting on top of your head. Don’t be embarrassed; it happens to everyone.
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