Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 99
Rated 3 out of 5 by eighty87 Heavy and narrow
Thought these might be a winner, but not so. I understood they were lighter in weight, I find them heavy and narrow ... Too narrow to wear on top of head, and I don't have a big head......the lens is nice.
Rated 3 out of 5 by frankieandpunkin Good Concept
Vision very clear but do not fit my nose bridge - so fit is not straight.
Rated 3 out of 5 by nessagirl SMALL FRAME
These sunglasses is for a person with a small face, more like a child or preteen.
They would have been perfect if the sunglasses were over size frame for the adults.
I love the sunglasses but not the coverage.
OVER SIZE FRAME NEXT TIME PLEASE.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tiffany 1 Clear view
Love these.Just wish she will make then as regular sun glass that don't fold.Please they would be so awesome.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sue from Dundalk MD Love These!
I absolutely love these sunglasses! They come in a small hard case that fit easily in my small purse. The glasses seem to be of good quality and I haven't had any issues with them at all. They look good and you can't tell they are folding sunglasses at all when wearing them. Very convenient to keep in the car as they take up much less space than full size sunglasses and cases. The hard case is nice because the glasses won't get squashed in it.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bostonian Not Good
I am very disappointed in these sun glasses because the clearance of vision was incorrect.This has to be the worst sunglasses I own, should have returned them. Will throw them out. I had a friend try them and they had the same experience I did.
Rated 2 out of 5 by swvagirl Disappointed
I had purchased a pair of the first Neox folding sunglasses that Lori made and liked those must better (unfortunately, I lost them). I like the tint on these; however, they are hard to fold to get back into the case after using and the frames are very cheap plastic and stretch. They are going back. Yes, return S&H gets expensive! I also don't understand why QVC can ship for $3 or $5 yet the return S&H, if you use the QVC label is $6.95. I repack and take to the post office and get postage for half the price, but it adds up and it's an inconvenience.
Rated 3 out of 5 by budz Driving
I thought these glasses would be neat to have, but unfortunately were not good for driving. I had them on while getting out of the car and almost fell. Had to send back. Paying for S/H is getting way too expensive. I am going to have to think twice before ordering anything.
Rated 4 out of 5 by jels got a pr for both self and husband
great flexibility, case is too large to be a comfortable fit in a mans pant pocket but could be carried in a briefcase... hey! make and include for future purchases a mesh pouch on a lanyard! Yes, I want my 'discovery' fee!!!!! Just send me 2 free pouches on lanyards!!
Rated 4 out of 5 by poohbear3043 funny little glasses.
I laughed when I opened the package. These are so different. They are great...give yourself time to get use to the unfolding. I usually want more bling...but these are super.
The very best part are the lenses. they really do fix the sun problems. I live in west TX and we have lots of sun. I put these on and drove to church evening study, right into the west sun going down. They blocked it all for me and it still was like driving in normal daylight....so cool.
Rated 5 out of 5 by sz0125 Excellent lens
Excellent lens and style but need to make these more sturdy and less cheap! If you did this with quality material so it would not break it would be fantastic! Use better material and increase price if have to and you would have a winner! Lori don't make cheap stuff
Rated 3 out of 5 by LaCroix Hinges: Catches/pulls/tangles w/ your hair
Like the lenses. Like the convenience of the size. The big negative is they catch and tangles your hair at the hinges because the rubber used at the hinges/folds is sticky. Another positive, they are sturdy as I stepped square on them and they looked mangled but fell back into shape with some flexing and playing with the impacted hinges.
CURIOUS: I wonder if any of this technology in the lenses could be applied towards night driving issues... Lori??.