I am the assistant director at a summer camp. That involves a lot of running around in the sun. The problem?Wearing prescription glasses is no fun in the sun. Transition glasses always look weird, and don’t work in cars. Carrying around and extra pair of expensive prescription sunglasses is not a good idea either.
Well I have a solution for you: Magnetic Sunglasses Attachments! Works well with any metal glasses frame. It's super quick and easy to do. The best part is? IT’S $15 dollars or less!
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Here are the materials and tools that I used, but there are cheaper and more expensive alternatives for all of them
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Step 1: Step 1: Cutting Off the Clips
The first step is to cut the clips off of the Clip-on glasses or the legs off of regular glasses. I usually prefer the clip-ons because they are later and thinner, so they stick better.
To do this I used a Ryobi Band Saw, but you can also use a plastic cutting wheel on the Dremmel or do it by hand with a small saw if you have the patience.
Step 2: Step 2: Sanding
When everything is cut, it is likely to be sharp, which is dangerous next to your eyes so I sand all of the bumps until they are flat. I use the Dremmel, but again this can be done by hand. You also want to sand the areas that are going to receive glue, as the roughness helps the glue stick better.
Step 3: Step 3: Gluing
Now that everything is flat, the next step is to glue the magnets in place. I have very wide glasses, so I glue the magnets all the way at the edges. For people with smaller glasses adjust the magnets to match.
Step 4: Step 4: Test
Once the glue has dried, test out the glasses and make sure it is a good fit. Then go show off your new shades.
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