Belay without bending your neck!EyeSend eliminates neck strain by allowing you to adjust your field of view using the optics in the glasses instead of the muscles in your neck. They are the first adjustable-view glasses on the market.
- Adjustable view angle
- Increased belayer comfort leads to a safer belay
- Three fields of view: Through, Over, Under
- Left-hand-only adjustment that works great with a GriGri
- Solid frame, made from 25% reused material
- Easy on/off integrated using neck strap
- An EVA hard-shell case with beefy 1/2" webbing attachment
- One planted tree for every pair sold!
Three Fields of View
A Solid Fame Withstands Crag Use!
Easy On, Easy Off!
An Awesome Case Design!
In the Box
Belay glasses reflect the image of the climber twice. The first reflection is off the mirror-coated bottom of the prism. Like any mirror, this first reflection inverts the image of the climber. The image is reflected a second time off the top surface of the prism (due to total internal reflection), flipping the image back to normal.
Regular belay glasses use a fixed prism and therefore have a view centered around 60° from horizontal. Rotating regular belay glasses on your head does nothing to change the angle of view as increased refraction offsets the rotation. EyeSend’s adjustable prism allows the belayer to change the angle of view by adjusting the bottom mirror angle.
Designed and Built in the USA
EyeSend glasses are designed and manufactured in Logan, UT, USA. Keeping the product as local as possible helps reduce the manufacturing carbon footprint and feeds local businesses.
The EyeSend Adjustable-View Belay Glasses are patent pending.
The glasses are a game changer. I used them this winter on a few trips and they are the shit!
My son wears glasses and has had a hard time finding belay glasses that fit/work over them. The EyeSend belay glasses fit perfectly over his glasses or my sunglasses. They are not too heavy. Excited to use these! Thank you!
I love these glasses. Today I used them for the first time, at Movement Baker in Denver. Due to 20 years of symptoms of Ankylosing Spondylitis, my neck is very stiff and bent extremely far forward. (On occasion someone I don't know will ask, "Is there something wrong with your neck?" and my response is, "What neck?") Using the EyeSends I was able to have perfect visibility of my climber. Just great, for both comfort and safety. I don't have any idea on durability yet, but function and quality is 5 stars! Congratulations on a superior product!