Eyeglass Holders & Protecting kids’ eyes from too much screen time

Everywhere you look these days, whether at the mall, restaurants or grocery stores, you see kids hunched over screens, eyes glazed over and entranced by the flashing lights. It’s no surprise that they’re becoming just as obsessed with gadgets as we are, considering how much screen time they’re getting.

According to a study by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, kids ages 2-10 years old spend an average of 2 hours and 7 minutes a day with screen media. And with products on the market like the Fisher-Price Apptivity Seat and the SnuggWugg Interactive Baby Pillow, even babies are being primed for screen time, despite recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics against any exposure before the age of 2.

SEE ALSO: Is it possible to shield my baby from technology?

You have likely experienced symptoms of staring at a screen for prolonged periods of time, like dry eyes and strained vision. But for a kids’ developing eyesight, one has to wonder what effects this screen time has on long term eye health.

Thankfully, studies conducted thus far haven’t attributed long-term vision problems to screen usage as a kid. Mark S. Borchert, MD, director of both the Eye Birth Defects and Eye Technology Institutes in The Vision Center at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, states, “Multiple large population-based epidemiologic studies suggest that screen time does not affect the predisposition for glasses. At least 90% of the risk for needing glasses is genetic.”

But while screen time can’t take the blame for vision issues, it is important to note that it may have a different effect on babies’ eyes than those whose vision has already matured. According to David G. Hunter, MD, PhD, the ophthalmologist-in-chief at Boston Children’s Hospital and a professor of ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School,we don’t really know what exposure to screens does to babies’ developing sight, especially since vision develops rapidly over the first year of life and continues to improve in visual acuity, color and contrast over the first few years. “We are visually mature around age 7 or so, but the eye continues to grow which is why kids often become nearsighted as they approach or enter the teenage years,” he adds.

Here are Dr. Hunter’s top recommendations for parents for preserving eye health in this digital age:

1. Get screening for eye disease: Kids of all ages – especially preschoolers – should have vision screening at their well child visit to detect treatable medical problems like amblyopia (“lazy eye”) and strabismus (misaligned eyes).

2. Limit screen time: While there isn’t any good evidence that screen time is harmful to the eyes, common sense dictates that too much screen time can’t be good for a developing child’s brain.

3. Get the kids out of the house: There is some evidence that more time spent out of doors in early childhood may reduce the likelihood of becoming nearsighted later in life.

4. Look away: For children and adults, staring for prolonged periods of time without blinking can dry the eyes out and cause eye strain. To prevent that, it is good practice to regularly look away from the screen and also to remember not to suppress the normal blink reflex.

And that age-old debate about sitting too close to the screen? Both doctors agree that there’s no real evidence indicating that any one distance is best. So parents can continue to bark at their kids to move away because they’re ruining their eyes, but the reality is that it doesn’t really matter. (Ssshhhh, don’t tell the kids that.)

You can’t talk about tech’s effect on eye health without addressing ears, too. With any handheld also comes the use of audio products, especially as kids get older. And

hearing can be much more dramatically impacted by misuse of technology

hearing can be much more dramatically impacted by misuse of technology. Dr. Debra Don, a specialist in pediatric otolaryngology at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, has seen middle and high schoolers in her office that have hearing loss potentially due to noise exposure. She states, “It is estimated that seven out of 10 people under the age of 30 will have some degree of permanent noise-induced hearing loss.” A sobering fact.

Dr. Jacob R. Brodsky, a pediatric otolaryngologist a Boston Children’s Hospital, is witnessing the same trend. “I have seen many children with hearing loss and/or tinnitus that is attributed to headphone use. This is certainly a problem where prevention is the best medicine, since noise-related hearing loss is typically irreversible.”

When it comes to what kids are using to listening to their music, most experts consider ear buds to be more detrimental to ear health because they apply sound directly into the ear canal. Dr. Don also adds that because ear buds don’t do as good of a job at blocking ambient noise as over-the-ear headphones do, kids are forced to pump up the volume. While expensive, many headphones do come with noise cancellation features, making them the safer choice for kids, assuming parents are still mindful of volume levels and duration.

SEE ALSO: Kids & technology: The developmental health debate

Both doctors recommend parents use apps that help limit volume control on personal devices. There are many options available, such as Volume Control+ (free, Android) and Volume Sanity ($2.99, iTunes), as well as a volume restriction setting on iOS (Settings, Music, Volume Limit).

The most important thing to remember when it comes to kids’ ears is prevention. In addition, experts advise parents to:

Limit the volume on personal listening devices to 60% of maximum volume.

Limit headphone use to a maximum of 1.5 hours per day.

Avoid listening to headphones in noisy environments, such as on trains or in busy, public places.

Do a quick sound test when kids are using any audio products. Can you hear the music through their headphones or ear buds? If so, turn it down. The volume should be low enough that other people around them cannot hear it.

And while you’re busy preserving your kids’ eye and ear health, remember these tips for yourself too. With the amount of time we spend looking at and listening to our gadgets, we have to preserve our senses for all the new technology that’s in our futures.

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Creita ModelNow if you wear eyeglasses or sunglasses, Nifty-Nifty has the perfect solution so that you never losing your glasses again…http://www.nifty-nifty.com/magnetic-eyeglass-holders/

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Does wearing glasses weaken your eyesight?

Many people believe that the longer you wear spectacles the worse your eyesight becomes. But are they right? Claudia Hammond takes a clear look at the evidence.
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There are lots of reasons why people don’t always wear their glasses. They might dislike the way they look, get teased or simply feel more comfortable without them. Beyond comfort and aesthetics, though, some fear that wearing glasses too often will weaken their eyesight, and that they will increasingly rely on them more often than when first worn.

A study from Nigeria published last year found 64% of students believed that wearing glasses can damage eyes. Research in the Indian state of Karnataka put the figure at 30%, and in Pakistan 69% of people feel the same way. In Brazil, even medical staff believed that your eyes would gradually get weaker as a consequence of wearing glasses. Is there any evidence to suggest they are right?

There are, of course, two very different reasons why people wear glasses – short-sightedness, or myopia, where things in the distance are blurry; and long-sightedness, or hyperopia, where you can’t focus on things close up. Long-sightedness is often age-related: many people begin noticing in their 40-50s that it’s difficult to read in low lighting. As we age the lenses in our eyes gradually stiffen, making it harder to adjust to different distances. When people get to the stage where their arms aren’t long enough to hold a book or menu far enough away to focus on the text, they opt for reading glasses.

What’s surprising is how few trials have been conducted on the prolonged effect of wearing glasses. And from what we know there’s no persuasive evidence that wearing reading glasses affects your eyesight. Why then do so many people become convinced, anecdotally, that glasses have made their eyesight worse? People may gradually find themselves more and more dependent on their specs, but it’s because their lenses have continued to deteriorate with age. So people find themselves needing their glasses more often, leading them to conclude that the glasses must have made their sight worse, where in fact, there’s no causal relationship. Whether or not you choose to wear your reading glasses will make no difference to your eyesight in the long run (although if you have to strain your eyes to read, you might get headaches or find that your eyes feel sore).

Corrected vision

However, the situation is not the same with children. Not wearing the right glasses, or any glasses at all if they are needed, can have a long-term impact. For decades it was thought that deliberately under-correcting for short-sightedness – by giving children weaker glasses than they really needed – might slow down the elongation of the eyeball over time and thus slow down the progression of myopia. The idea was that if you wear glasses to allow you to see clearly in the distance, your eyeball tries to elongate itself when you focus on a close object in order to see it properly.

But a trial conducted in Malaysia in 2002 proved this hypothesis was so wrong it had to be halted a year early. A group of 94 children with myopia were randomised at the toss of coin either to wear the correct glasses for their prescription, or to wear glasses that left them slightly short-sighted. When the study began the children were between the ages of nine and 14, and for the next two years the length of their eyeballs were measured at regular intervals. Contrary to an earlier, smaller study from the 1960s, the children who wore the weaker glasses showed a greater elongation of the eyeball over time. In other words their eyesight was gradually getting worse.

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For years, people gave children weaker glasses than they really needed, but evidence suggests this is the wrong thing to do (Thinkstock)

 

Some argue that there’s still not enough evidence to come to any firm conclusions. But a Cochrane review from 2011 of studies of interventions in children with myopia concluded that the limited evidence available suggests it is better to give children the correct glasses, rather than deliberately trying to under-prescribe. There’s no suggestion that wearing the correct glasses will make their eyesight worse than not wearing them at all. In fact the longest-ever study of the progression of myopia, which has just published its 23-year findings suggests the contrary. Back in 1983 a group of children in Finland with myopia were randomised to various conditions, including reading without spectacles. Their myopia progressed a little faster than those who wore their glasses continuously. After the initial three years of the study, they were all advised to wear glasses all the time. Twenty years on, there was no difference between the groups.

The benefits of wearing glasses if you’re a child who needs them, are clear. Children’s eyes need to learn to see, so if they don’t have the right glasses they can develop so-called “lazy-eye” or amblyopia because they’ve never had a sharp image on their retina. The correct prescription has also been shown to improve your reading speed and reduce the risk of developing a squint.

But, returning to adults, what I find curious is the lack of studies that have been carried out in this area. We might expect science to have all the answers, but sometimes the studies that seem the most obvious to conduct haven’t been done. Studies requiring children with myopia not to wear glasses would be unethical because of the effects it’s known to have on educational attainment and on the developing eye. But, in principle, this kind of study could be carried out on long-sighted or short-sighted adults. So we’re left with the question of why no one wants to do it. Professor Ananth Viswanathan, Consultant Surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, believes the lack of research is probably down to the absence of any physiological reason why glasses might damage eyesight. Research needs not only to look for associations, but for plausible mechanisms.

So it sounds as though this type of study won’t be done any time soon. In the meantime we’ll have to go on the anatomical evidence. And while there are plenty of reasons to choose not to wear glasses, the fear that you might be damaging your eyesight isn’t one of them.

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We’ve Got the Specs on This Mother’s Gift Ideas

Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders  are the perfect way to express one’s love this Mother’s Day

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As creators of the world’s most versatile, ‘As Seen on TV’, fashion accessories, we are proud  to announce that we’ve got the best Mother’s Day gifts in stock – Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders, in Color Heart, Abalone Heart, and Peace Love and more designs.

Our customers absolutely adore and are thrilled that we are able to provide them with the optimal Mother’s Day gift ideas – our Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders. Each beautifully hand-crafted holder is a sure fire way to say, I love you Mom.

Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are the magical new way to keep up with your eyewear, securely and stylishly. These fabric-friendly holders will keep eyewear safe and within reach all day long, removing the concern over lost or damaged eyeglasses.

Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are small, lightweight, and easy to use. Simply attach the strong magnetic portion to the underside of your shirt; jacket, or neck tie, and the decorative portion with hanger hook to the top side, and voila! Eyeglasses remain safe and perfectly poised regardless of activity level.

Available in a myriad of enchanting designs, including: Peace Love, Abalone Heart, and Color Heart, Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are ideal for anyone who wears eyeglasses, readers, or sunglasses, or, who just wants to add a bit of pizzazz to their outfit.

A terrific gift idea for that certain someone, Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders provide an affordable option for those in search of a unique and memorable present for Mother’s Day, or any other day of the year.

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Magnetic Eyeglass Holders Are Popular – Here Is Why

SpSc Brt DmndLet’s be honest – glasses aren’t always  the most stylish accessories. Carrying them around doesn’t leave you with a lot of options – you can either put them in a bulky case, stuffed in a pocket, on a granny string, or on your head. Worse still, they are fragile, expensive, hard to keep track of, and they often seem to get scratched. To keep from losing or damaging your glasses, invest in a magnetic eyeglass holder. They are so simple, they’re brilliant: a back plate that goes behind your object and a front magnet on the outside. That’s it and you have an aesthetically pleasing solution to an old problem.

Now, you can even accessorize with a variety of Magnetic Eyeglass Holders in stylish designs that go with every outfit, every day. You can attach the holders to purses, backpacks, pockets, and even clothes without ever poking holes in them. The best part is – they’re not even limited to eyeglasses! Sunglasses, Fitbits, pens, even scarves are some other practical uses for your magnetic eyeglass holder.

Magnetic eyeglass holders – like Specs in a Sec, are inexpensive, reliable, and innovative. 64% of the American population needs eyeglasses and everyone needs sunglasses, so why not invest in a better way to keep them safe, stylish and convenient?

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The Evolution Of Eyeglass Holders

So glad we live in the 21st Century where we have Magnetic Eyeglass Hangers because if you search back into ways to hold our eyeglasses you’ll find quite a few inventions. The starting point was the eyeglass chain, which was a simple way of keeping your eyeglasses close to you. However, these weren’t quite as convenient as they looked because the glasses were always getting in the way when trying to do anything, especially when you had to bend over. Commonly known as “granny chains” they quickly became something only the elderly seemed to use and weren’t stylish or functional.

Specs In A Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders

Specs In A Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders

Next came the eyeglass holder pins that were a little more easy to use but you had to poke a hole in your clothing in order to use them. This was not only inconvenient but it caused damage to your clothes and could end up poking the skin if it came undone.

Neither one of these was the optimum solution for eyeglass wearers. Either you had to look outdated and old, worry about a chain dangling and getting in the way, worry about holes poked in your clothes, or just had an unstylish look. Many people would have rather just lay their glasses down somewhere rather than worry over these solutions, which weren’t really solutions at all. Not to mention losing the eyeglasses.

Fortunately for eyeglass wearers everywhere, a new approach to keeping your eyeglasses close was invented. This solution solved the problems that the other two approaches had and it did it in an easy and efficient way.

We are long-time provider of innovative and unique products once again provided a way to solve a problem easily and efficiently. Having been a staple on As Seen on TV, we knew that people needed something else to keep their eyeglasses safe without having the inconvenience of chains or holes poked through their clothing.

With the invention of the magnetic eyeglass holder, this problem is solved. The handy magnet goes on the inside of whatever you are wearing and the outside features a decorative design such as a butterfly, heart, or minimal decorative design for men. With the hook for the eyeglasses attached to the magnet, your eyeglasses are safe and sound and won’t fall off. It doesn’t matter if you bend over, jump, or do any activity you normally would do; your glasses stay in place and you don’t have to worry about losing them or breaking them.

There are many designs available and best of all, they’re an affordable way to solve a problem. The great thing is that it has more than one use. Aside from eyeglasses you can also hang your sunglasses or anything else that can be hung; you can even use it to keep a scarf in place.

To make all this an even more wonderful experience, with us you always get free shipping so along with the great price for the eyeglass holder you also don’t have to worry about extra charges to have it sent to you. The customer service is stellar and you can find a variety of awesome products that work to make your life easier.

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Magnetic Eyeglass Holders Full Range of Designs Back in Stock.

Our Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are once again available for purchase in every single captivating style.

 

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As the world’s largest outlet for one of kind, innovative, fashion accessories, we are pleased to announce that all designs are once again available in each line of our magnificent Magnetic Eyeglass Holders.

We are starting the new year off right! We have replenished our entire stock of Magnetic Eyeglass Holder designs, in each of our three distinct lines, so there are plenty of eye-catching options to choose from. Now is a great time to stock up on all your favorites – while supplies last!

View our full line of Magnetic Eyeglass Holder Designs, here:

Magnetic Eyeglass Holders offer a fun and unique way to keep up with one’s eyewear. Each of our three Holder lines: Spec-In-A-Sec, Italian Best, and Creita Eyeglass Holder Necklace, offer convenient, fabric-friendly, and highly fashionable eyeglass security and accessibility.

These compact, lightweight gadgets are easy to take anywhere, and provide all day style for those who wear eyeglasses, readers, or sunglasses. The Specs-In-A-Sec and Italian Best Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are also ideal for non-eyeglass wearers, as they can hold fashion scarves, pens, Id’s or trinkets, adding an element of pizzazz and functionality to any outfit.

Gone are the days of boring eyeglass chains, or sticking one’s eyeglasses atop their head, only to find them full of hair product – or worse – missing. With Magnetic Eyeglass Holders, one is able to keep up with their eyewear in a beautiful way, day in and day out, at any activity level.

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Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Hangers To Be Demonstrated At Rusty Barn Quilt Show.

We will participate in this year’s Rusty Barn Show,Phoenix, Arizona, by demonstrating their Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders.

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Specs In A Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holder

We are creators of revolutionary, hands-free fashion gadgets, and are slated to demonstrate our remarkable magnetic eyeglass holders, Specs-In-A-Sec, Thursday, January 29th through Saturday, January 31st, 2015, at the Rusty Barn Quilt Show, in Phoenix, Arizona.

Visitors of this year’s Rusty Barn Quilt Show in Phoenix are in for a real eye-opener, as we introduce and exhibit how to utilize our consumer-favorite accessory, Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders. Attendees will see for themselves just what makes these beautiful little baubles a must-have item for eyeglass, and or sunglass wearers.

Check out Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Hangers, here

Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are the trendiest, most fabric-friendly way for consumers to keep up with their eyewear. By simply placing the super strong magnetic portion on the inside of one’s shirt, blazer, or necktie, and the exquisitely decorative portion with hanger hook on the outside, one is able to achieve all day eyewear access in seconds.

Never again will consumers have to worry about lost or damaged glasses. With Specs-In-A-Sec, eyewear will stay put, within reach, all day long, allowing for instant access and peace of mind.

The handsomely designed and magnificently crafted Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are available in a multitude of styles, with something to suit every man and woman’s fashion sense. What’s more, these multi-functional eyeglass holders are compact, lightweight, and easy to take anywhere, anytime.

Visit us at this year’s Rusty Barn Quilt Show, and become convinced.

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Introducing Our Beautiful New Line of Eyeglass Holder Necklaces by Creita 

The Eyeglass Holder Necklaces by Creita, are now available – wearing eyewear just got a little prettier.

As fashion innovators, and creators of ‘As Seen on TV’ products, we recently announced the release of our jewelry-inspired line of savvy, hands-free gadgetry; the Eyeglass Holder Necklaces by Creita.Creita Model

We are thrilled to introduce consumers to the most-attractive anti-eyeglass-chains on the market. The Eyeglass Holder Necklaces by Creita are entirely unlike the non-descript eyeglass holders worn by your parents’ librarian – these bad fellas have major fashion attitude. The unique, metallic mesh construction of these eyeglass holders allows wearers to personalize their look, by creating various shapes and lengths to suit their tastes, and best up-wow their outfits’.

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Eyeglass Holder Necklaces by Creita are 26″ long, comprised of pliable and lightweight silver coated copper wire that has been lacquered.  Each unique piece comes beautifully complete with plated silver beading. These gorgeous eyeglass holders, available in Pearl, Red, Blue, Purple, and Green, are more than a practical way to keep up with one’s eyewear; they’re a perfect way to display one’s personality.

Be bold. Be beautiful. Be spectacled. The Eyeglass Holder Necklaces by Creita, make eyeglasses-wearing very-very glamorous.

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Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders Expected to be Top Seller this Fiscal Quarter

The incredible Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are selling in record numbers this holiday season.

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Specs In A Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holder

As innovative gadget makers of ‘As Seen on TV’ fashion accessories, we are pleased to announce a significant upsurge in sales of our ultra-functional Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders.

We are super excited to see our Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders really taking off. November marked a significant increase in sales for this super useful little product, which we suspect is directly due to its unsurpassed gift-ability. At this rate, Specs-In-A-Sec will no doubt finish at the top of the leader boards this holiday season.

Discover Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders,

Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders are decorative, fabric-friendly, eyeglass holders that attach directly to one’s shirt or jacket, instantly. By simply placing the amazingly strong magnetic portion on the inside of fabric, and the decorative portion on the outside, one is afforded all day eyewear accessibility.

With the beautifully crafted Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders, consumers never have to worry about misplacing their eyewear again. The perfectly sized hanger hoop attached to each piece allows glasses to hang securely, right within reach, all day long, no matter the activity level.

Available in several dazzling designs, including: Peace Love, Gold Swirl, Silver Swirl, Black Circle, Color Heart, Red Hat, Abalone Flower, and others – the unisex Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Holders offer a myriad of options certain to satisfy each person’s unique fashion sense.

Affordable, distinctive, and oh so sensible, Specs-In-A-Sec Magnetic Eyeglass Hangers make the perfect gift item for those hard-to-buy-for folks on one’s holiday gift list. Order today, and enjoy fast, no charge shipping throughout the U.S. and Canada, and a five dollar flat rate on international orders.

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The History of Magnetic Eyeglass Holders

If you search back into ways to hold our eyeglasses you’ll find quite a few inventions. The starting point was the eyeglass chain, which was a simple way of keeping your eyeglasses close to you. However, these weren’t quite as convenient as they looked because the glasses were always getting in the way when trying to do anything, especially when you had to bend over. Commonly known as “granny chains” they quickly became something only the elderly seemed to use and weren’t stylish or functional.

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Next came the eyeglass holder pins that were a little more easy to use but you had to poke a hole in your clothing in order to use them. This was not only inconvenient but it caused damage to your clothes and could end up poking the skin if it came undone.

Neither one of these was the optimum solution for eyeglass wearers. Either you had to look outdated and old, worry about a chain dangling and getting in the way, worry about holes poked in your clothes, or just had an unstylish look. Many people would have rather just lay their glasses down somewhere rather than worry over these solutions, which weren’t really solutions at all. Not to mention losing the eyeglasses.

Fortunately for eyeglass wearers everywhere, a new approach to keeping your eyeglasses close was invented. This solution solved the problems that the other two approaches had and it did it in an easy and efficient way.

We are long-time provider of innovative and unique products once again provided a way to solve a problem easily and efficiently. Having been a staple on As Seen on TV, we knew that people needed something else to keep their eyeglasses safe without having the inconvenience of chains or holes poked through their clothing.

With the invention of the magnetic eyeglass holder, this problem is solved. The handy magnet goes on the inside of whatever you are wearing and the outside features a decorative design such as a butterfly, heart, or minimal decorative design for men. With the hook for the eyeglasses attached to the magnet, your eyeglasses are safe and sound and won’t fall off. It doesn’t matter if you bend over, jump, or do any activity you normally would do; your glasses stay in place and you don’t have to worry about losing them or breaking them.

There are many designs available and best of all, they’re an affordable way to solve a problem. The great thing is that it has more than one use. Aside from eyeglasses you can also hang your sunglasses or anything else that can be hung; you can even use it to keep a scarf in place.

To make all this an even more wonderful experience, at Nifty-Nifty you always get free shipping so along with the great price for the eyeglass holder you also don’t have to worry about extra charges to have it sent to you. The customer service is stellar and you can find a variety of awesome products that work to make your life easier.

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