- Item Weight: 408 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 422 g
- ASIN: B07543RGY7
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 18 January 2018
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Display Rack, Petforu Wooden Sunglasses Holder Eyeglass Collections Display Stand (Wood Color)
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- KEEP YOUR GLASSES NEAT & ORGANIZED, Simple to put together and easy to use.
- HANDY EYEGLASS /SUNGLASS HOLDER, can hold 5 pair of glasses.
- PERFECT FOR GETTING AT THEM when you want them.
- OVERALL SIZE: 7.87"x6.30"x11.81" [20cmx16cmx30cm]
- MATERIAL: Wood + Metal. Sturdy and durable.
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So for others out there... some assembly required!
You will need to have a small Philips head screwdriver handy to attach the base to the stand (the screw was provided in a baggie attached to the base). I found it difficult to get the screw tightened properly, and I'm certain I stripped it in the process, but as long as I don't try to take it apart and put it together again, it should be fine.
You'll also have to stick the little display arms onto the central stand. No biggie.
I find my glasses sit most securely on the rack when I sit the bridge of the glasses in the slot in the front display arm, and I fold the temple arms of the glasses in toward each other, ignoring the little temple arm grooves in the side display arms (see photo).
It came with no instructions. Not that it's hard to figure out but they leave you guessing on some things like what the rubber rings are for until you get it together and see their cheap way to fix their mistakes.
The wood is particleboard which is expected however I think you could find scraps of real wood for pretty cheap if not free to make this.
The holes drilled for the rods are to big and the rods waddle around. Which is apparently what the rubber rings are for, to help hold the rods in place but they don't work.
The rods that the nose of glasses rest on are to short. They put the bows of the glasses to far back on the rods and they easily fall off with the slightest bump.
The finish looks ok from a distance even though it's fake.
Overall, it does work. I'm not changing my glasses that often to get frustrated with it. Eventually I will grab some real wood scraps and make it a little better.