Videos
PRODUCT DEMONSTRATION
Introducing BUNGEE Eyewear band

BUNGEE eyewear band. The eyewear retainer designed for outdoors and sports. Its unique chain design enables the band to be easily stretched over your head to put on your eyewear. No dangling tail, no loose strap.

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BUNGEE Eyewear band - Usage and Fitting

BUNGEE eyewear band. Its unique chain design allows you to put on your eyewear with the band without any loose dangling parts. Ideal for sports, adventure race and outdoor use. See how simple it is to use BUNGEE eyewear band in this video.

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Demonstration of Friction Sleeve in stopping slipping Spectacle

Conventional eyeglasses temple are smooth and may not offer adequate grip. Friction Sleeve, made of high quality silicone, is designed to fit over existing eyeglasses temple for immediate improvement in its grip.

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Fitting Friction Sleeve over eyewear temple

Conventional eyeglasses temple are smooth and may not offer adequate grip. Friction Sleeve, made of high quality silicone, is designed to fit over existing eyeglasses temple for immediate improvement in its grip.

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Fitting Flex Discreet spectacle temple tip on wide temple eyewear

Stop slipping glasses with Flex Discreet spectacle temple tip. Made of silicone and designed with comfort in mind. Discreet and stylish, ideal for urban office use and low impact sports.

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Fitting Wedge Classic spectacle temple tip on wide temple eyewear

Demonstration on how to slip on Wedge Classic spectacle temple tip onto a wide spectacle temple/arm. The only temple tip with dual slots design for wide and narrow temple. Secure your eyewear and prevent it from slipping with Wedge Classic spectacle temple tip.

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EXPERIMENTS
Effectiveness of high friction coefficient from nosepad and temple in supporting eyewear

Temple with good friction is essential to prevent your eyewear from slipping off when facing down. However, good nosepad friction is needed to arrest any minor slipping of the lens. This video shows how friction from the eyewear temple and nosepad helps to prevent the eyewear from slipping down or falling off.

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Effectiveness of high friction coefficient between nosepad and nose

Slipping eyewear is generally due to insufficient friction to hold it up. This video is a validation that a high friction material between the nose-pad and the model nose helps to prevent slipping eyewear but only when the eyewear is horizontal to the ground.

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Reduce Eyewear Sliding by increasing temple and contact surface friction coefficient

Friction is the primary force that keeps your eyewear from slipping down under gravitational pull. Therefore, your eyewear will start to slide down when friction is unable to keep it in place. This video shows how increasing the temple friction coefficient helps to reduce slipping of the eyewear.

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Reduce Eyewear Sliding using hooks/temple tips

Slipping eyewear is a common annoyance faced by eyewear users. This video demonstrates and explain how a simple eyewear hook retainer is able to stop eyewear slippage.

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