Ek Ekcessories Three-Way Eyewear Retainer

Priced: $9.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Ek Ekcessories Three-Way Eyewear Retainer
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This three-way retainer can attach to any pair of glasses thanks to its uniquely formed end connectors.

Made in USA.

Fit:

  • Rubber slide ring fits snugly onto cord ensuring a tight, consistent fit

Manufactured:

  • Made of thin climbing accessory cord for durability
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Activity:Multisport
Dimensions:24 inches
Material:Nylon

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Ek Ekcessories Three-Way Eyewear Retainer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

A comfortable way to secure your glasses

I do a lot of kayaking, so a reliable and comfortable eyeglasses retainer is important to me. I've tried, and even made, quite a few over the years and I like this design the best. The 3-way attachments provide several options for finding a comfortable orientation. For security it can be pulled fairly snug without discomfort. Because I only have had it for several months I can't comment on the durability of the rubber attachment ends, but even if they start to give out after one year's use, I'll buy another one as a replacement.
ronref at REI on 10/10/2007

Negative Reviews:

OK while it lasted

I used to leave this on my out-of-the-house glasses from one day to the next. It worked fine at first but the (rubber?) ends didn't seem to stand up well to skin oils, etc. After a few months they swelled up, loosened, and started slipping off my glasses. I switched to a competing brand that says their ends are silicone, haven't had any problems in 6 months, and haven't looked back.
gophersnake at REI on 08/08/2011

Beware the rubber tips!

The rubber ends deteriorate after a year. I almost lost my expensive shades.
rawsocket at REI on 10/10/2011

Rubber ends came off

came off after only three or four uses. Would not buy again
darevrap at REI on 12/12/2008

Neutral Reviews:

Fell apart

I had one of these for about a year before one of the rubber end pieces came unglued from the cord at some point, but did not fall apart because it was held together by friction. I don't know how long I was sailing with them in this compromised condition. I'm switching to a strap without separate end pieces to reduce the risk of this kind of silent failure. For those of us with Giant Irish Heads, it would also be nice if the cord were a couple of inches longer, but that seems to be a common problem with all glasses straps.
Capt Chuck at REI on 08/08/2008