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If it’s a nice day out, what do you normally grab before you leave the house? If you’re anything like us it’s probably: keys, wallet/purse/handbag, mobile phone, change for an ice cream and of course, sunglasses. Indeed, the sun shines so rarely on our tiny island, it’s a wonder our eyes don’t explode with delight when it finally comes out. So it’s no wonder we pasty Brits are partial to a pair of sunnies. Well, we’ve found a pair that leaves all of them in the shade. Not literally – they’d be massive. But Brewsees Eyewear are the very definition of handy headgear.
Open your brew with your sunnies
Why? Because the arms of these polycarbonate sunglasses can be used as bottle openers! Perfect when you’re miles away from your kitchen drawer, the arms are reinforced with aircraft grade aluminium to make them strong but incredibly light. Lever open your bottles of pop or chilled brewskis and pop them back on your noggin again. After such a dazzling display your friends and family will be squinting in delight.
Speaking of which, the lenses of Brewsees Eyewear are polarised, offering 100% protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays. So they’re just as handy when the sun’s bouncing off the snow as they are when it’s bouncing off the warm waters of the Mediterranean.
Deal with it!
And to show they’ve thought of everything, the makers of these excellent specs even throw in a carry case that doubles as a bottle holder. So even your beer can enjoy a little shade.
- Beer not included
- One size fits most
- Polarised Lenses
- 100% UV Protection
- Polycarbonate frame
- Wraparound style
- 6061 Aircraft grade anodised aluminium
- Super strength & durability
- Protective case doubles as a bottle holder
Look really good but are the most uncomfortable sunglasses I have ever bought. Possibly because of the curve on the leg the 'bottle opener' end tends to slip back and the glasses slip back onto the face, so you are continually adjusting them. Possibly OK if you are just wanting to stand and pose, but not so good if you actually want to move about. Fortunately we have not had a lot of sunshine so far!
Andy Anderson, Scotland - 17th July 2012