Things to consider before you buy a sunglasses case

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Whether you own expensive designer sunglasses or quality cheap sunglasses, you know how important it is to keep them safe whenever you are not wearing them.

There are a number of sunglasses cases available in shops and from online glasses case suppliers. But before buying a case for your sunglasses let’s review the benefits of each type.

There are two types of sunglasses cases: hard shell cases and pocket style cases.  Hard shell cases or hard cases are usually more expensive than pocket style cases. They can be made of metal, vinyl, plastic, fibreglass or other hard materials. This is to increase the protection of your glasses. Unlike soft cases – which can be opened on one hand – they usually have some sort of magnetic closure or snap that runs the long-ways.

Soft cases, also known as pocket style cases, are made of stiff or soft cloth and are suitable for everyday use as they have one open side which allows you to take your sunglasses in and out with easy.

However, if you want something to protect your glasses from falling, breaking or being smashed, a soft case will not do much for your sunglasses. For better protection you need to buy a hard case from a reputable sunglasses cases supplier. Click here to browse through Euro Optics UK Ltd sunglasses case collection.

The more expensive your sunglasses, the more you need to protect them from crushes and scratches. Some people go for general sunglasses cases. They are less expensive but are also usually softer than a hard case. Many people opt for this type of cases, yet they will not protect your sunglasses from crushes.

Euro Optics UK Ltd is a lead importer, wholesaler and distributer of sunglasses, reading glasses and eyewear in UK and Europe. If you are looking for sunglasses cases, please click here to see our collection of sunglasses cases, pouches and chords.

 

 

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