The Baseball Cap with Eyeglass Pockets and Slots conveniently holds and protects eyeglasses while not in use.
Inventor Aron Werczberger of Brooklyn, NY has created a hat that conveniently holds and protects eyeglasses while not in use.
Eyeglasses and sunglasses go everywhere with us. While not in use, they are commonly stored in cars, purses, briefcases, and the like. Conventional eyeglass cases do a decent job of protecting ones glasses from scratches and other damage, however they don't protect from things like theft. These cases are also easy to misplace. Whether misplaced, stolen, or broken, purchasing new eyewear can be costly. Inventor Werczberger has created a means for glasses to be conveniently stored in a baseball cap to avoid harm or the expense of having to repurchase.
This clever new invention protects eyeglasses or sunglasses from breaking. Glasses slide easily into the hat. It protects lenses from scratching. It prevents glasses from being lost or stolen. The device is great for travel. The use of the Baseball Cap with Eyeglass Pockets and Slots secures eyeglasses to a hat for protection from damage, theft, or misplacement.