Sisters Jenny Hutt and Stacy Fritz named their revolutionary new eyewear company after their late mother Bunny Koppelman.
But Bunny Eyez wearable, tilt-able, flippable reading glasses are not your mother's reading glasses.
HERE'S THE STORY:
Stacy and Jenny were sitting side-by-side, as their hair was getting colored — and they were frustrated. There was no way, they realized, for them to wear their reading glasses and get their hair colored at the same time.
Then, like Tess McGill in the movie Working Girl, saying "Trask, radio; Trask, radio," they had an idea. It was time, they decided, for a new kind of reading glasses — which could be worn while coloring your hair, cooking dinner, giving a presentation, sitting at the dinner table, or doing just about anything else.
After several rounds of prototypes, this concept became Bunny Eyez, the ideal pair of reading glasses for whatever you're doing.
Our unique, patent pending design features proprietary black diamond hinge technology, which enables wearers to put their readers on in the traditional way — or flip the temples for an entirely new experience.
HOW THEY WORK:
Wear your Bunny Eyez just like regular reading glasses.
Tilt your Bunny Eyez reading glasses to read your notes, make eye contact during a presentation, or to watch TV and read your phone at the same time!
Flip the temples to hold Bunny Eyez reading glasses anytime you don't want to wear them, but still want to read.
AND half flip-able
Flip only one side to comfortably lie on your side while reading your favorite book or your phone.