If you are one of the world’s 61% who relies on glasses for sight, this blog is for you. Whenever you get new glasses, you often do not need to find a case because every pair comes with a generic eyeglass case, included with your purchase. The problem with these generic cases is that they are made with the cheapest product in the market that does not last long. Sooner or later, you’re out of protection. When that happens, you may find yourself panicking because your glasses just became more vulnerable to damage.
If you own an eyeglass case, you might experience one or more of these effects:
- Strong Chemical odor
- Material too cheap it cracks over time
- Gaps between clasps
- Band Hinges
- Zippers go wrong, and the case becomes useless
- Uncomfortably heavy because of highly dense material
- Case too small
There shouldn’t be a one size fits all for glasses; cases should match the status of each glass wear. Eyeglasses made from different materials for specific purposes should go with cases made to accommodate the type and style of glasses.
Let’s look at the different types of glasses.
The Firm Eyeglass Case
Firm eyeglass cases are hard cases, with hinges, and made to open up like a clam. They are mostly made larger to accommodate any size. When appropriately created, these cases could be a lifesaver and the proper home for your glasses, especially if you’re in an environment where the lenses can be jolted in many places.
One of the few downsides of hard cases is that they are not comfortable to carry around and they can take up much unwanted space when stored.
The Soft Eyeglass Case
On the other hand, soft eyeglass cases do not offer the same robust protection as firm cases. Although still quite durable, they are made from flexible fabric. Fabric cases are created for more laid-back occasions, such as storing your glasses after a night of reading or when they are not in use. The material will most likely protect your lenses from dust and scratches. If you’re fortunate to get one with microfiber, they keep your glasses clean. Soft cases are a better option when you have a sturdy pair of thick metal frames.
The Semi-Hard Eyeglass Case
These cases are made from materials that make them semi-flexible. They take the form of a hard case but appear more stylish and less bulky. These cases are the best for most glasses, with a soft glass case and the exterior of a more flexible hard shell. You can practically customize these cases in numerous ways and add features such as zippers for extra protection, pockets for storage, and key chains for versatility.
You can never do wrong with an EVA, semi-hard case. With the smooth feel, your palm will love an interior mold that firmly holds your glasses in place. Eva mold offers continence at all ends. Although the interior is a cushion bed for your glasses, the exterior is waterproof and durable. Nothing goes in or out unless you permit.
Your eyeglass case does not have to be in your bag to occupy space; it can clip on your keys, bags, or even to your clothing. These options make it versatile for all occasions, including running, swimming, and traveling. Designed with simplicity and practicality in mind, each case fits different eye wear types, with additional magnetic security, so even if the zippers wear out, the case is not deemed useless.
Should you decide to change glasses or cases for any reason, you still have a storage device for other small items like stationaries, id cards, and other small personal items.
Doesn’t that sound better than all the other cases you’ve ever used? That’s what Caseling can do for you; we create high-quality cases that you wouldn’t want to get rid of even when you’re done with it. Contact us today to learn more.