Clip-on type sunglasses – 20030002009

Abstract

Clip-on type sunglasses are constituted by a pair of sunglass lenses and a bridge member connecting these lenses. The two lenses respectively have a mounting clip member for mounting to the front endpiece or the rim end portion of spectacles; in order to mount on the bridge of spectacles, the mounting clip members are formed integrally with the bridge member. For mounting on spectacles of the rimless or wire frame type, light weight and neat external appearance are realized.
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Sunglasses with readily detachable lens – 20010028433

Abstract

Sunglasses whose lens is stably engaged to a frontal bar while can be easily replaced with another lens when necessary is provided, said sunglasses being light in weight with minimum production parts and sophisticated in design as well. The sunglasses of this invention comprises a frontal bar made of a thin rod material, a longitudinal lens plate supported on said bar, the respective temples axially supported on each end of said bar such that they are collapsible, a nose pad suspended from the middle portion of said bar to the ocular side of said bar, a hook suspended to the frontal side of said bar and a locking means to detachably interlock the respective upper fringes of said lens plate with said bar. In spite of the fact that the sunglasses of this invention is superb in shape stability, its structure is so simple with minimum production parts, production cost is reduced to quite an extent. Besides, the wearers are able to freely select a sunglass lens of different characteristics and design according to the type of activity where they engage.
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Combination, a sunglasses and bandanna device – 20030011741

Abstract

A pair of sunglasses in which a cloth bandanna is used to fasten and secure the frame of the lenses to a person’s head instead of the temple and earpiece. A key ring is inserted into the left hinge hole where the temple is normally attached to the frame of the lenses. A bandanna is secured onto the key ring by wrapping the cloth around the key ring and sewing it together or by using Velcro to secure the bandanna to the key ring. This process of securing the bandanna to the left frame of the lens is also repeated for the right hinge hole. The person wearing the sunglasses secures it by wrapping the two bandannas around their head, cinching the cloth to a comfortable fit and then tying a knot in back of their head.
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Sunglasses with removable sealing member – 20030035082

Abstract

Eyewear is disclosed for use in sports and the like which allows the wearer to attach a removable sealing member to prevent the ingress of particulate matter when active sports are engaged in which require both ventilation and sealing to keep dust, dirt and the like out of the eyes. The sealing member is removable so that when the user is engaged in more casual activities, the frame may be worn like ordinary glasses or sunglasses without the sealing member. The eyewear includes a frame shaped to fit a wearer’s face, one or two lenses mounted in the frame, and a temple bracket mounted on each side of the frame. A ventilation opening can be provided on the front surface of the frame to provide an airstream which is channelled by the removable insert to provide a filtered airflow across each lens.
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Holographic rangefinder sunglasses – 20040021950

Abstract

A rangefinder is incorporated into a pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses. A pair of holographic images, one including a distance-measuring scale and the other including a pointer, are projected separately into the eyes of a user, such that the images become superimposed over the user’s field of view. As the user focuses on a distant object, the user’s eyes move, and such movement causes the apparent position of the pointer, relative to the scale, to change. When the user has focused on the object, the pointer indicates a value which represents the distance of the object. The rangefinder can be used by golfers, hunters, surveyors, or the like, to provide a hands-free method of measuring distance.
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Eyeglasses And Clip-On Sunglasses With Spring Bridge For Mounting Thereon – 20040075804

Abstract

The eyeglasses frame is provided with spaced engaging parts. The lens sections of the sunglasses are provided with an enclosed spring bridge mechanism that permits the lens sections to be moved toward each other, compressing the spring, to insert the sunglasses between the engaging parts. The spring urges the lens sections away from each other, to cooperate with the engaging parts, to mount the sunglasses on the eyeglasses frame.
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Eyeglasses and clip-on sunglasses therefor – 20040075805

Abstract

The eyeglasses frame is provided with spaced, oppositely extending, coplanar recesses. The lens sections of the sunglasses are provided with first and second oppositely directed collinear protrusions. An enclosed spring bridge mechanism moveably connects the lens sections. The spring bridge mechanism permits the lens sections to be moved toward each other, compressing the spring, to insert the protrusions into the recesses. The spring urges the lens sections away from each other, seating the protrusions into the recesses, to mount the sunglasses on the eyeglasses frame.
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Sunglasses with removable sealing member – 20040125334

Abstract

Eyewear is disclosed for use in sports and the like which allows the wearer to attach a removable sealing member to prevent the ingress of particulate matter when active sports are engaged in which require both ventilation and sealing to keep dust, dirt and the like out of the eyes. The sealing member is removable so that when the user is engaged in more casual activities, the frame may be worn like ordinary glasses or sunglasses without the sealing member. The eyewear includes a frame shaped to fit a wearer’s face, one or two lenses mounted in the frame, and a temple bracket mounted on each side of the frame. A ventilation opening can be provided on the front surface of the frame to provide an airstream which is channeled by the removable insert to provide a filtered airflow across each lens.
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Method and device for testing sunglasses – 20040145729

Abstract

A device for testing sunglasses is disclosed, including an image to be viewed having a light source configured to project light in a direction from which the image is viewed, the projected light being chosen so as to simulate specific lighting conditions such as snow, beach or desert lighting conditions. Also, a method for testing sunglasses is disclosed. An image, such as a physical picture is placed in the line of sight of a person wearing a pair of sunglasses. Light simulating specific lighting conditions is projected at the person. By looking at the image while being illuminated, the person can evaluate the efficacy and comfort of the glasses. Also, a method of selling sunglasses is disclosed. A purchaser wears a pair of sunglasses to be purchased while being subjected to lighting conditions simulating conditions where the glasses are to be worn.
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Hook pad for securing sunglasses to eyeglasses – 20040239872

Abstract

A specially designed hook pad which includes a groove or opening for receipt of the bridge portion of a pair of sunglasses or sunlenses. Two screws pass through a front edge of a front projection of the hook pad and force the bridge portion of the sunglasses or sunlenses to either be frictionally held against a central projection of the hook pad or receive the screws in screw holes in the bridge portion. A second groove or opening defined between the central projection of the hook pad and a rear projection fits over the bridge of a pair of prescription eyeglasses. The hook pad holds the sunglasses or sunlenses in front of the lenses of the pair of prescription eyeglasses. A crosspiece of the hook pad interconnects the front, central and rear projections of the hook pad.
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