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No More Sunk Glasses
By Capt. Patrick Sciacca — May 2003
If you're like me, you've sent more than one pair of sunglasses to Davey Jones' locker by leaning over to check a line or look at the pretty fish. But now you (and I) can minimize those trips to the local eyewear retailer with the Gogglebobber.
Okay, I admit the name is a little strange, and it doesn't quite roll off the tongue, but it's apropos. The bobber part of this device is a bright yellow float that slides over the neoprene retainer band. If you're on your boat or taking out the PWC, the Gogglebobber from Gadget Corner provides a secure feeling about your peeper protectors.
And at only $4.99, the investment appears to be a better alternative to a pricey pair of new sunglasses. The Gogglebobber is available through the Gadget Corner Web site.
Gadget Corner Phone: (847) 266-0205. www.gadgetcorner.com.
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This article originally appeared in the April 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.