|Item Weight||4.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.3 x 7.8 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||90897-80025T|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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These 3M glasses are the best I've found yet, but they're not perfect. I have to buy a new pair every few months because they are not very durable. I have probably owned 5 or more pairs of these glasses at this point, and they have all had the same two problems:
1. There is a strip of rubber on each arm of the glasses, in the area where it rests on your ear. This strip of rubber is poorly glued, and starts to peel off within a couple of weeks. Once it starts to come off, there is no way to get it to stay on (I've tried several different glues). The rubber strip hangs off more and more shabbily until it finally comes all of the way off. Once it does, the plastic underneath is roughly molded and is kind of abrasive on your ears.
2. There is a single screw in the plastic frame that holds each arm on; the screw is also the hinge of the arm. After a month or two of use, the screw starts to work its way out. You can only screw it back in once or twice before the hole strips out, at which point the glasses are basically trash.
The package has lots of prominent messages saying that the glasses are GUARANTEED! by 3M. but on closer inspection, it seems that they are only guaranteed if you break the lenses, and even then you have to provide a receipt, making it unlikely that most consumers would ever be able to take advantage of the guarantee. Granted, I have not attempted to send a pair back, so I don't know how 3M would respond.
Despite all of this, as I said, these glasses are the best I've found, and I will probably keep buying them until I can find something better.