Banz Kidz Retro Sunglasses (2-5yo)

Price: A$23.00
  • Manufacturer: Banz
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Kidz Banz Sunglasses are 100% UVA/UVB protective & endorsed by the Cancer Council of Australia.

Adventure & Retro Kidz Banz sunglasses feature an embedded silicone nose and brow piece for added comfort for your little one PLUS an adjustable velcro wrap around headband to ensure a perfect fit.

All Kidz Banz frames and lenses are made from polycarbonate material. This material makes Kidz Banz sunglasses virtually shatterproof and ensures that they stand up to wear and tear. 

 

Sizing Information:   

Kidz Banz suit 2-5 years of age.

Min Head Circumference - 48cm; Max Head Circumference- 55cm.


Why does my child need to wear Sunglasses?

Kidz Banz are a necessity to cover infant and toddler eyes from the harmful rays of UV (ultra violet) light. Until approx 8-9 yrs old a child has no filters in the eye to block out UV light. You can actually do MORE harm to the eye if you put an inferior lens in front of the eye! Behind tinted lenses, the iris opens to allow more light into the eye; if the lens doesn’t protect properly, and more UV light gets into the eye potentially damaging the child’s eye.

 

What are the straps made from?

Kidz Banz headbands are made from Neoprene. Neoprene is the same material used to make wetsuits; it is stretchy and easy to clean with warm soap and water. The material is very soft and comfortable on the little heads; it also keeps the glasses where they are supposed to be - OVER the child’s eyes. An added bonus is that it floats in water to avoid loss at the pool or beach. The hook and loop Velcro® closure system allows parents/children to loosen and tighten the glasses as they take them off and on and prolongs the use of the Banz as they “grow” with the child.  

Do children like wearing Kidz Banz?

Yes is the answer but Kidz Banz should be introduced properly to achieve the best result. When infants 2-3 months old are laying in the carriage for a walk, slip the glasses over their heads and let them get used to wearing the glasses. With older children, it is important that the first time they wear the glasses they are outside when the sun is bright; as they will be more likely to see the benefit of wearing glasses if the sun is bothering them. If tried on inside, the child may have an adverse reaction to the glasses simply because the room becomes too dark. In addition, parents who wear glasses themselves set an example little ones will want to follow.

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