PITTSBURGH, Pa. (PRWEB) November 12, 2017
While it is convenient to keep an extra pair of regular eyeglasses or sunglasses in a car, they are not always easy to find when driving. Fortunately, an inventor from Jackson, Ga., has found a way to keep them at the driver’s fingertips.
She developed the patent-pending HESSIE to provide a designated storage space for eyeglasses inside a motor vehicle. As such, it not only protects glasses and sunglasses against damage and loss when left inside a car but keeps them easily accessible to the driver when needed. At the same time, it eliminates the frustration and expense of having to replace broken or lost eyeglasses and contributes to a neat and organized vehicle interior. This practical invention is also safe, user friendly and easy to install. In addition, it is convenient, effective, durable and affordably priced.
The inventor’s personal experience inspired the idea. “I was tired of trying to keep track of my eyeglasses in my car,” she said. “Without a designated place to store them within easy reach, they often got lost or damaged.”
People buy a lot of eyeglasses that don't come with cases, so they have nowhere to put them. Also, many people wear different-colored glasses to go with different outfits. This invention solves both of those problems.
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