Got glasses? This travel gadget is for you

This gadget will ensure your glasses will never be the victim of travel-related incidents again.

Got glasses? This travel gadget is for you

SJ is a regular travel contributor to YourLifeChoices. Her plane essentials include noise-cancelling headphones, a solid Spotify playlist, sleeping tablets, an eyemask and a large scarf that doubles as a blanket on cold flights – i.e. every night.

Anyone who wear glasses, or feels the need to travel with multiple pairs of sunglasses (the struggle of choosing one pair is real) will understand it can cause issues when it comes to space. Cases for glasses are not exactly synonymous with being sleek or compact and those flimsy fabric ones do little to protect your precious goggles.

Thankfully this rather ingenious organiser solves all your multiple frame woes. Made from durable ballistic nylon it allows you to carry up to six pairs of glasses in one neat package. There is an additional pocket for jewellery or other small knick-knacks. If you don’t have six pairs of glasses to tote around, you can use the spare pockets for more jewellery or accessories.

eyebobs travel pack

Featuring a magnetic closure and handy metal hanger the only real choice here is, will you get the black, blue or red? 

RRP: approx. $67 plus shipping from Eyebobs.


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    jam
    10th Jun 2017
    12:49pm
    "Prescription glasses" have been one of the bigger ripoffs from the past.
    My $800 reading glasses are now otc magifying glasses costing under $25.
    Oh dear!
    Triss
    11th Jun 2017
    5:51pm
    Same here, Jam. My last couple of pairs, which I can see with perfectly, cost $6.00 from the market.
    Watto
    10th Jun 2017
    2:21pm
    That makes sense. Keep all your glasses together and if you lose the pouch or it gets stolen you have lost everything. Keep those great ideas coming.
    Fair Go
    30th Jun 2017
    9:40pm
    I agree jam, had cataracts done and eye specialist said to me not to get prescription glasses for reading, so have pairs of cheapies strategically placed around house, much cheaper, it sure is a rip off.
    SuziJ
    31st Dec 2017
    10:21pm
    I only have 2 par of glasses. 1 for driving & distance and the other for TV and craft/reading. Both pr have magnetic sunglasses attached to them. The brand is InvisiClip, and the only place I can buy these particular frames is ACT Optical. There are others around which have the magnetic clips on the side, but have had those & they always break on me. Won't have a separate set of sunglasses - too expensive.

    I need to have prisms in my glasses to correct my double vision, so prescription glasses are the only way I can see properly.


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