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WO/1998/029777A1
The invention relates to a system for permanently fastening a safety chain or string onto the arm of eyeglasses. The system prevents the string from slipping while allowing the arm to be placed with ease around the contour of the ear. Th...  
WO/1998/026323A1
A hingeless temple for eyewear comprises a unitary length of flexible material such as a shape-memory metal or metal alloy which has a forward section, an elongated section and a flexible pivot section between the forward and elongated s...  
WO/1998/011466A1
The nose-gripless frame of eyeglasses of the present invention includes a contacting device (20), which is mounted flexibly on each rim (2), comprising a cylinder (21) rotatably connected with the frame by a joint bolt (4), a spring inse...  
WO/1998/003893A1
Eye wear that is structured to give a customized fit to each individual wearer is disclosed. The eye wear (10) comprises a lens-supporting frame (12), a surface engaging member (30) and a retractable device (36) interconnecting the lens-...  
WO/1997/050013A1
Disclosed is a hingeless eyeglass frame (12) designed so the entire eyeglass frame provides a medially directed force at the posterior portion of the earstems (16, 18) to increase the retentive force between the eyewear and the head. In ...  
WO/1997/033190A1
Conventional styled sunglasses having accessory attachment means so that an accessory can be secured to the sunglasses. The sunglasses have facial means comprising a nose piece (5), a band (13) located above the eyes of a wearer and stra...  
WO1996024877A3  
WO/1996/024877A2
Temples for eyewear include a first portion for contacting the head of the wearer and a second portion for connecting the first temple portion to the eyewear front. The first temple portion is movable to accommodate a wide variety of hea...  
WO/1996/024315A1
An article of eyewear (10) having a main frame (11) in the form of conventional spectacles, the main frame (11) defining a pair of lens mounting frames (12) for mounting lenses (15) and seal mounting members (17) at the rear of each lens...  
WO/1996/007121A1
Improvement relating to rings for securing cords and chains to spectacle side pieces. The invention concerns a specific securing ring having a semi-circular cross section with a flat base that (Figure 1, A and B) is completely in contact...  
WO/1996/003061A1
A headband magnifier (H) comprises a one-piece polypropylene headband (10) having a front portion (10A), a back portion (10B) and two opposed sides (10C and 10D) where the back portion (10B) is disengageable to that the headband (10) is ...  
WO/1995/030923A1
A clip-on sunglasses assembly having an elongated base member (28) with a clip member (30) secured to its top for detachably securing the base member to the bottom surface of the brim (22) of the hat. A spring action sled (32) is recipro...  
WO/1995/020179A1
A technical issue to be solved by the invention is to provide spectacles, in which end pieces exhibit an excellent inertia accommodating function and a strong frictional resistance, even when excessive exercise causes a great moving iner...  
WO/1995/011474A1
Said device is comprised of a plurality of substantially linear elements having a similar shape, of which one of the extremities is configured like a gripping handle (1), and of which the other extremity (5) receives a correction glass (...  
WO/1994/027179A1
A detachable eyeglass for a visored headgear includes a clip (12) for removable attachment to the visor (16). The clip is adapted to extend from one side edge to the other side edge of the visor perpendicular to the wearer's frontal line...  
WO/1994/024603A1
The present invention provides a dual temple system, useful in eyewear frames, having in combination a paddle temple member and a cable temple member. Eyewear frames having a pair of dual temple systems are also provided.  
WO/1994/014349A1
Protective helmet comprising a shell (30) fitted with optronic means (10, 40), whereby the wearer is able to visualize an image. Adjustment of the position of the electronic means (10, 40) in relation to the wearer's vision is simplified...  
WO/1994/012073A1
The spectacles fastener (301) proposed has a cross-shaped clip (305) to which are fixed two moulded elements (341) designed to hold the spectacles in place and to secure the fastener (301) to the breast pocket of an item of clothing (317...  
WO/1994/009733A1
Eyewear (10), such as sunglasses, is provided having a self-adjusting ear stem system. The eyewear (10) has upper (14) and lower (16) frame members which contain an elastic cord means (20) disposed there through wherein the elastic cord ...  
WO/1994/002089A1
Facial protective wear including a facial shield member (84) having a substantially transparent portion for allowing visible light to pass to the wearer\'s eyes and a support (22) coupled to the facial shield for supporting the facial sh...  
WO/1993/022946A1
Device for attaching a pair of spectacles or eye protection screen (20) to headgear (10) or to a rigid head band. The device comprises a first upper hinge pin with its axis being substantially horizontal and parallel to the wearer's fore...  
WO/1993/022703A1
A spectacle frame has a frame piece (10) for the spectacle lenses (11) provided with a hinge (12) for each spectacle side-piece. The free end of the side-piece is designed so that it consists of a spacer section (14) ending in a curved p...  
WO/1993/022700A1
Sunglasses for infants and small children are formed of a lens-defining member (12) made of a thin flexible light-transmitting plastic material of a sun-protective composition or color. The lens-defining member has opposite projecting ta...  
WO/1993/018430A1
A device for securing small chains, cords and straps to spectacle arms comprises a dual fastening system consisting of two flexible rings (1) and (1'), preferably made of neoprene or silicone. In passing through the cylindrical shrunk-on...  
WO/1993/018429A1
An eyewear frame is provided having an integral frame piece with a front portion and two temple portions positioned on opposite ends of the front portion wherein the integral frame piece is a continuous metallic wire having super-elastic...  
WO/1992/015915A1
A dual-function eyeglass retainer/sweatband (100) comprising a central sweatband portion (100) having on each end attached thereto a retainer portion (110) having a tubular end. The sweatband portion is manufactured from a different mate...  
WO/1992/013289A1
A bulky, soft rubber grip (10), as a pair of grips for attachment to the ear portions (12, 14) of eyeglass temple pieces (16, 18) provides a highly effective grip to maintain the eyeglasses of a user in stable retention, despite differen...  
WO/1992/010153A1
The versatile glasses (or goggles) are fitted with means for adjusting and/or aligning the attachment fittings comprising essentially at least one swivelling adjustment module (7) connected on one side (9) to the frame itself (1) of the ...  
WO/1991/017468A1
An article of eyewear, includes a frame (1) having a front portion (2) which extends and essentially wraps around the front of a wearer's head. The front portion (2) is formed with or adapted to mount or locate lens means (6) which subst...  
WO/1991/014195A1
An article of wearing apparel that is configured to be worn by an individual as an ear protector and eye glasses retainer. The article is adjustably attachable to a pair of glasses (12) by utilizing formed sleeves (3) that receive the bo...  
WO/1991/007686A1
In eyewear employing temples (20), a substantially cylindrical elastomeric traction member (40) is disposed in a recessed seat (30) which extends along a length of each temple (20) to provide a contact area between the temple and the hea...  
WO/1991/007685A1
Earstems (20) for eyewear are configured to define a lateral distance between the earstems which is greater than the width of the head in the anterior temple region so as to prevent any contact of the earstems and the head in that region...  
WO/1991/001509A1
A rear-viewing or sun visor assembly (10) that easily attaches and detaches to the brim (80) of a hat or cap to allow the person wearing the cap to adjust the assembly (1) to block the sun or to see behind sides or upwardly. The assembly...  
WO/1990/015358A1
An ophthalmic device for use, in particular, in vigorous sporting activities, comprises a pair of lenses (11) mounted in a frame front (10), and held in position on the wearer's face by an adjustable flexible band (18). The band (18) is ...  
WO/1990/014610A1
The invention relates to a reflection aid (1) intended to increase the ability of users to see, without the inconvenience of spectacles, for example when applying a make-up, which comprises an optical lens (3) capable of attachment to a ...  
WO/1990/009609A1
An eyewear retainer of fabric-covered elastic foam material or molded soft elastic and flexible plastic or rubber-like material, for holding eyeglasses (10) and the like securely in place on a wearer's head and providing padding for the ...  
WO/1990/003741A1
The present invention relates to an arrangement for headgear (101), which at least exhibits a sun visor (104) on its front. The invention permits the simple support of a pair of binoculars in front of both eyes of an individiual, without...  
WO/1989/000844A1
A surgeon's eye shield comprising a thin transparent flexible member (12') having an upper flat edge (14'), a pair of spaced convex edges spaced apart forming a pair of spaced planar portions. The planar portions being joined by a narrow...  
WO/1988/009949A1
An eyeglass accessory (10) is disclosed that is positively, adjustably and removably attachable to an eyeglass bow (14) with the aid of an insert (16). The accessory (10) includes an ear-engaging portion (18) and a bow-receiving portion ...  
WO/1988/001495A1
A headband and eyeglasses combination (10) comprises a headband element (14) which is receivable on the head of a wearer and has an open pocket formed (30) therein, an eyepiece (16) which is receivable in the pocket (30) and a mounting a...  
WO/1987/007734A1
A sunglasses retainer comprising tubular stretchable material (3) with the ends that fit over the sunglasses temple pieces (2) treated with a stretch reducing prepolymer (4) and threaded through either side of a manually releasable frict...  
WO/1987/001820A1
An adjustable eyewear retainer of fabric-covered elastic foam material, for holding eyeglasses and the like securely in place on a wearer's head, providing padding for the bow portions (18, 20) of the eyeglasses which fit behind the wear...  
WO/1983/004110A1
An eyeglass assembly comprising a semi-rigid piece which is pressed against the forehead of the wearer when in use, two lenses (3), means for attaching said lenses to said semi-rigid piece, a strap for holding said semi-rigid piece and s...  
WO/1983/003481A1
A modified Galilean telescope consisting of a contact lens (10) of about twenty or thirty diopters negative power, and an objective lens (12) of fifteen to thirty diopters positive power spaced about thirty millimeters in front of the co...  
WO/1983/000565A1
The attachment (1) can be detachably fixed on to the end of a side piece of glasses in order to turn normal glasses into sports glasses. The attachment is composed of a cross-piece (2) and a curved, approximately semi-circular end linked...  
WO/1981/003119A1
Support for temporary ophthalmic correcting surfaces comprising in itself said surfaces and not deforming the vision of a pair of spectacles being tried, which can be observed through said support. The device comprises a perfectly transp...  
WO/1981/001749A1
The principal object of the invention is to provide a mounting for eyeglasses, sunglasses, safety glasses and the like which holds the eyeglasses steady in an optimally adjusted position relative to a wearer's eyes. The suspension eyewea...  
WO/1980/001844A1
An eyeglass temple (9) construction is provided that substantially reduces and eliminates slippage of the frame (2) on the nose of the wearer by providing a weight (15) of one-thirty-second to one ounce attached to the rear part (13) of ...  
WO/1979/000548A1
A spectacle structure (1) for wear during active sports where eye protection is desired includes a protective panoramic or wrap-around frame (5) and portions (16) snugly engaging spaced parts of the head to support the frame on the head ...  
JP2021081695A
To disclose safety protective goggles capable of protecting eyes. The spectacle temples are symmetrical in the front-rear direction, a rubber string is fixedly installed between the right ends of the spectacle temples, and an overturning...  

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