George is our larger model sunglasses with reading part.
George is unisex, has a matte frame and a bold look.
Including recycled case
George Herbal Green
Tess is our latest addition, a sleek model.
With narrow flexible legs and a glossy frame.
Sunglasses with reading part
Due to the practical reading part, the Babsee sunglasses are the perfect combination of sunglasses with reading glasses.
No more clumsy hassle with two glasses!
Our model George has a large, rectangular and matte frame and is unisex, they’ll look great on men or women alike.
George is delivered in a nice package that fits through the letterbox, so there is no need to stay at home.
Order your Babsee
Order before 18:00 – same day shipping
Exchange & return without questions within 30 days
Package fits in the mailbox
- Width = 14,7 cm
- Heigth = 5 cm
- Length of the legs= 14 cm
- Including recycled case
Width = 14,7 cm | Heigth = 5 cm
Length of the legs= 14 cm | Including recycled case
Reading part of the glasses
These sunglasses have the reading part on the inside of the glass.
This makes the reading part hardly visible from the outside of the sunglasses.
The glasses run from dark to light. For example, the reading part of the sunglasses can best be used.
These sunglasses with reading part are available from strength +1.0 to +3.0 or as regular sunglasses without correction.
Legs of the sunglasses
These sunglasses have temples whose hinges bend with the shape of the face.
This ensures a comfortable fit.
The length of the legs is 14 cm.
Case of the sunglasses
The protective case is made from recycled material.
The lens cloth is attached to the case.
Every Babsee sunglasses come in a protective case made of recycled material. Due to the use of recycled rubber, the protective cover is splash-proof and easy to carry with you.
A lens cloth is attached in the case, so you always have it with you to clean your glasses!
The glasses are shipped in their matching cardboard sleeve. This makes Babsee sunglasses with reading part a nice gift for yourself or someone who is always fumbling with multiple pairs of glasses!