Sabtu, 30 Oktober 2010

Kidz Banz work for baby

Adventure KidZ BanZ Sunglasses Rockin

Adventure KidZ BanZ Sunglasses Rockin

If I sat on these, I would probably buy another pair. Not before a solid session of weeping though. These are somewhat expensive, but I take care of my sunglasses. My last pair of Nike Skylons lasted me about 7-8 years. These are better. They hug your head, and the rubber earpieces aren't denaturing like the Nike pair did. The lenses are replaceable, like the Nike ones, except they still make replacement lenses for these. The nose pads are also replaceable. This means that I would have to sit on these to buy another pair. Otherwise, all the parts can be replaced easily. Black/Black looks good, and the tint is nice. It took a little getting used to with the polarized lenses, since I'm not really accustomed to them, but these are good for every application of sunglasses. I recommend these to anyone that likes the style. Also, these fit a little bigger than the half jackets, which were too small for my head.

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10 komentar:

  1. Our daughter has worn these a few times and hasn't minded having them on. They seem to have a better sun protectant on the lens than our previous pair (different brand).

    BalasHapus
  2. They are great glasses and protect my baby's eyes. He keeps them on and thank to the band, they stay on.

    BalasHapus
  3. I had purchased some Baby Banz for my son and they were way too small. These are perfect for my 8 month old son on the smallest fit.

    BalasHapus
  4. I purchased them for my two grandson's ages 3 1/2 and 2 for a trip to San Diego (we live in Arizona). We forgot to use them, but we used them when we got home swimming in the pool, they both loved them. It just so happened that at the same time this trip was going on, my youngest grandson, Kade, age 2, was diagnosed as needing prescription glasses. When he received his prescription glasses he hated them. So we are working on that. But we are going to get him prescription sunglass lenses in his Adventure KidZ BanZ Sunglass frames. So at least when he is outside, in the car or in the sun, which is pretty much all the time in Arizona, he will have his presciption in this KidZ BanZ. Thank you so much! Nanny of two beautiful boys!

    BalasHapus
  5. I bought the KidZ BanZ (as opposed to the Baby BanZ) two months ago for my then 9-month-old because he's in the 97th percentile and at the time was wearing size 12-18 month hats. These sunglasses fit great and I'm SO glad I bought the larger size! They are very adjustable and he should get a couple of years of wear out of them. The baby size would have been way too small. My son doesn't mind wearing them and doesn't try to take them off which is great. Plus he looks adorable. :)

    BalasHapus
  6. Leonard Callahan21 November 2012 04.32

    Great glare reduction and UV block. My child keeps them on. I researched this product extensively, and this is the best. I'm glad we got them.

    BalasHapus
  7. My grandson wears these outside since he was 6 mo old due to albinism and sensitivity to direct light. He is 21 months now and has outgrown the baby banz. These fit well but cause a light mark across his nose and face. However, this is much better than hearing him cry in the sunlight and knowing that it is causing pain to him. With these, he plays happily in direct sunlight.

    BalasHapus
  8. these sunglasses are a little big for my 17 month old, but he's a tall, skinny kid :) he has tested their durability numerous times, and they pass! we love the camo, and comfort too! great product! my son wasn't too sure about the band around his head at first, but after a few wears, he loves them! i am VERY happy with these sunglasses!

    BalasHapus
  9. Just received a re-order of 4 pairs becuase we liked the first so much. With all of the overseas product scares I don't trust anything for the eyes that isn't from a reputable company. Non-UV kids sunglasses were recently found in stores. Imagine the darkened lenses opening children's iris' with a flood of damaging UV - worse than no sunglasses. Our 2.5 year old is always outside and around water, so I'm not taking chances. A little on the small size, he'll grow into these just fine. We re-ordeded 1 for each car (with a case for each), 1 for the pool, and 1 to lose (hopefully NOT) or maybe gift. This doesn't count the one with his bike helmet and one we hope to find again! We're fans.

    BalasHapus