Your Company Logo and Eyeglass Holding Pin
The idea for this eyeglass holder arose during a ski trip some years ago. Having dropped a pair of sunglasses trying to find an open pocket to put them into, provided a need for a solution. Never did find them. Every day you can see glasses riding a lift but cannot usually find the same place on the way down. How many pairs of sunglasses have you seen on the ground under a lift? I can think of scores of glasses. On a ski lift there is need for a ready place to park sunglasses to apply sunscreen—or adjust equipment without shedding or fumbling with gloves to work a zipper pocket. This also leads to dropping gloves or ski poles. A ready holder like this is handy on a ski lift for applying sunscreen lotion. Or when you walk inside a building and do not need sunglasses.
While this logo pin and eyeglass holder (now patented) fit together, and together they will attach to a garment. Moreover, they provide a receptacle to hold a pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses. The lower portion will allow for the temple piece of eyeglasses to be inserted and the glasses folded, staying in place. The receptacle for your glasses has a flexible web filler that pushes aside to insert the temple piece yet folds around the temple piece. In this manner the eyeglasses are actually held in place with enough pressure that glasses will not fall out of the holder. Otherwise, they are easily removed when needed.
This feature is particularly useful when you want to keep your eyeglasses or sunglasses temporarily at hand when not being worn.
The holder is also handy when working at a computer, that is, if you do not need your reading glasses to read a monitor. Also handy anytime reading glasses are not needed---in a store, car, and movie or just walking.
The logo pin holder will accept eyeglass temple pieces up to about 3/8 inch wide. It will retain wire, flat wire and plastic side pieces. It will not accept the wide currently popular side pieces larger than that. When inserted, however, eyeglasses are held securely until needed. They will not fall out of this receptacle when you bend over.