Eyewear Temple Socks
* Original Design by Beta-Simplicity * #frictionsleeve
Reduced terminal hole for better finishing.
Eyewear slipping is one of the most common complains for eyewear users. This problem can be corrected by simply having Friction Sleeve on your eyewear temple.
If your eyewear temple is giving you soreness at the top of your ear or pressure at the side of your head, Friction Sleeve will alleviate it as it is made of ultra-soft silicone.
Its smooth, un-textured surface makes it aesthetically compatible with all eyewear.
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Material: Silicone, Powder (Talc, Fragrance) coated lumen
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Q. I need to wash my spectacles, do I have to remove it?
A. No. Mild soup used for routine spectacle washing have no effect on its material.
Q. My spectacle temple sometimes cause the top of my ear or side of my head to feel sore. Will friction sleeve helps?
A. Yes. Friction sleeve is made of ultra-soft silicone. This reduces the pressure of the specacle temple on your head at the contact points.
Q. Will the material become sticky over time?
A. No. Our product is made out of high quality silicone which is resistant to high temperature and does not degrade and become sticky when exposed to sunlight.
Q. Is it safe for daily use?
A. We use food grade silicone, free of any toxic substances which makes it safe for daily use.
International Direct Purchase (If you are buying in Singapore, please refer to our online and physical retail shops partners)
USD 8.00 each pair
for international delivery
Tracking delivery for SingPost (International) Registered Mail. Click Here for instructions.For any enquiries regarding direct purchase, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note. While we welcome direct purchase on our website, you may wish to check out our partner retailers and dealers in your country for local pricing and promotions.
Retail Shop Partners (Singapore)
Available in over 50 retail shops in Singapore.
International Sales Representatives
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