Top critical review
on July 9, 2013
These sunglasses are a very definite representation of the adage, "You get what you pay for." The frames are covered in barbs of sharp plastic where the excess plastic was cut after being pulled from the mold. The lenses, if you can call these barely transparent hunks of malformed plastic "lenses," wiggle in the frames. They're all around low, poor quality. They also ship in a plastic bag, so mine at least arrived with scuffed lenses and frames, and being summer, they were a little warped from sitting in various hot mail delivery trucks.
I thought I might keep them and just use them in situations where I need sun protection but it seems likely that the glasses might be lost or destroyed, but since the quality is so low, I can't see myself wearing them in even that sort of condition. I'll likely throw them away or find a niece or nephew the pass the off on as a toy. Seeing as they're sold by a toy company, that seems justified.
Don't let the decent reviews and number of stars fool you; at some point, what appeared to be a cheap, decent quality pair of knock-offs was replaced by a children's toy that is probably manufactured for a nickel and sold for $2.The only reason it got two stars instead of one was because they showed up in the allotted timeframe.