Peeq Has Successfully Developed the World's First Reversible Sunglasses
Robust Intellectual Property Portfolio built over the course of a half-decade with significant investment in developing dozens of prototypes and a successfully granted patent
Successfully Granted Patent
Peeq has invested significant time and capital in researching, developing, and patenting the Peeq invention of reversible glasses. Two Pairs in One. Peeq has developed robust intellectual property surrounding this unique utility.
"Reversible orientation eyewear for which each of the temple arms moves from an initial orientation relative to the lens fram to a reverse orientation relative to the lens frame by undergoing movementst that include rotating a locking piece from the one of the two relative positions to the remainder of the two relative positions..."
Broad Protective Utility Patent
The "Peeq Patent" is a utiliy patent, meaning that Peeq owns not only the design of Peeq reversible sunglasses, but actually any form of reversible glasses. Effectively, Peeq invented and patented the concept of 2-Pairs-in-1 glasses.
Peeq Founder Engineer Rafael Holzer
The Peeq patent was invented by Peeq founder Rafael "Raffi" Holzer together with engineer Marc-Aurelien Daniel Vivant, a notable designer educated in Paris and Manhattan. Peeq Corp. is the sole owner of the invention / patent.
Constructed for Quality
After significant research and development, Peeq has commercialized the optimal and most functional reversible sunglasses. Peeq has utilized a team of engineers and a mass-manufacturing facility in order to ensure that all Peeq glasses are both top-quality and contain the unique reversibility.
Reverse Glasses in 1 Second
When the "Peeq" logo is on the outside of the frames, you know you've rotated your glasses perfectly. Peeq has ensured that you can reverse your glasses with the flick of a wrist, in a split second.
Peeq Locking Hinge
The Peeq hinge is found in the corners of all Peeq glasses, twisting it halfway will "free" the glasses and allow the rotation of the temple arms. Just hold the hinge and twist it 90 degrees.
Rotating Glasses Arms
Once the hinge is rotated, the temple arm of the glasses becomes "free" and easily rotates 180 degrees to the opposite position. This effectively "REVERSES THE GLASSES"
Summary of the Invention
"One aspect of the invention resides in reversible eyewear that has a lens frame, a pair of temple arms and a pair of hinge units. The hinge units connect the pair of temple arms to opposite ends of the lens frame, which is elongated between the opposite ends. The hinge units and the opposite ends of the lens frame have magnetically attracted elements, Such as at least one magnet Each hinge unit has a respective locking piece that is rotatable between two relative positions."