This time of year with football season so close you can taste it, the sun is still blazing hot and bright. So when it comes to your choice of the type and style of sunglasses to wear while tailgating, your favorite pair would do. We held that same opinion until we came across Brewsees. They are sunglasses that open beer bottles.
As you can see from the images, these tailgating sunglasses have a bottle opener on the end of each earpiece. The metal reinforced earpieces have “teeth” that can grab a hold of a bottle cap and take it off in no time. I was sent a sample pair of sunglasses to try out for myself and these babies worked like a dream. We even have a demo video of us testing out Brewsees.
Here are the specs on these tailgating sunglasses that open beer bottles:
- Polarized Lenses
- 100% UV Protection
- Polycarbonate frame
- 6061 Airplane grade Anodized Aluminum
- Comes packaged with a free bottle koozie.
When testing out these tailgating sunglasses, I was at first a bit tentative to use it like a bottle opener at the bar. I first opened a bottle but placed my index finger on the top of the earpiece so as to not snap off the back end of these glasses. There was no bend using this technique and the bottle cap popped right off. The next beer I opened I was a bit more ambitious and held the glasses in the middle and let the teeth worry about if they were strong enough. Again, same result. Cap popped right off and the Brewsees were looking still brand new. Bottom line is that the earpieces on the Brewsees will handle all kinds of stubborn bottle caps without fear of breaking the glasses.
Brewsees definitely get not only a passing grade from us to make it “Tailgate Approved” but it these tailgating sunglasses are highly recommended. They are comfortable to wear, protected my eyes and when you whip off your glasses to open a beer bottle you will definitely be the hit of the tailgate.
Brewsees retail for $39.95 plus $5 flat rate priority mail shipping. If you want to get a pair of Brewsees for yourself, click HERE.
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