Readers

Exuberant

$59.00 $95.00

Color:

59 - Blue Front and Temples
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    For those with a sizable head (and a personality to match), turn your attention to one exuberant reader. The design was created using a special layering and lamination process – your especially large cranium deserves no less. These wide-width, round readers are the perfect choice for men or women who are entirely unafraid to make a statement.

    Our Exuberant frames can be used as reading glasses to help with close-up tasks or with progressive lenses to provide a more natural vision experience. Either way, you'll turning heads and making an impression wherever you go.

    Free U.S. Shipping On Orders $75+. Not instant gratification, but close.

    90-Day Returns. A chinchilla can make a baby in 90 days. We figure that's plenty of time for you to decide if you want to keep your glasses.

    Items in the Sale Collection are final sale — no returns or exchanges.

    Items in the Final Sale collection are final sale– no returns or exchanges.

    Items in the Final Sale collection are final sale– no returns or exchanges.

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    Frame Measurements

    Frame width
    Lens width
    Lens height
    Bridge width
    Temple length
    W Wide 140mm 49mm 45mm 22mm 145mm
    W Wide
    Frame width
    140mm
    Lens width
    49mm
    Lens height
    45mm
    Bridge width
    22mm
    Temple length
    145mm

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    Our Story.

    Drugstores were full of cheap readers and optical retailers carried expensive designer frames, but there were no options in the gulf between. Enter eyebobs.

    Our Difference.

    We painstakingly select the very best materials, like luxury acetate, comfortable spring hinges, and best-in-class, optical quality lenses.

    Our Promise.

    We won’t take “meh” for an answer. If your life hasn’t been changed by one of our frames, our job has yet to be done.