TODAY’S PATENT- REMOVABLE EYEGLASS SHADE VISOR APPARATUS
The removable eyeglass shade visor apparatus was invented by Terence L. Koethe, patented by the USPTO on 9th of April, 1991, bearing patent number US5005214A.
The present invention relates generally to shade visor devices which may be removably attached to eyeglass frames to shield the eyeglass wearer’s eyes from overhead glare. All of the known eyeglass shade visor devices are subject to various limitations and disadvantages, particularly with respect to their frame mounting structures. For example, when attachment loops or other visor mounting structures are secured to the temple portions of the frame, the inward storage folding of the temple members is impeded, thereby making it difficult or impossible to fold up the eyeglasses with the shade visor secured thereto.
The improved shade visor apparatus is provided for shielding the eyes of a wearer of eyeglasses from overhead glare, the eyeglasses having a front frame section operatively supporting a pair of lenses. This will remove the overhead glare of a person wearing this invention as it is a bettered version of the normal spectacles/glasses.