Keepons

Hell of a Ride

Posted by Helene Lam on

Season 3, episode 4 of Billions (possibly the greatest TV show ever in my opinion) is titled Hell of a Ride, and I think that pretty well sums up the last few months for me and for Keepons. Toby sold the business to Cayce and Company because he had had enough, but the new owners realized that much of the success of Keepons had to do with the enormous amount of personal effort required, ie customer support. That a lot of things cannot be automated, margins are slim, and well... With the help of my parents, I've managed to buy...

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More information about the Keepons Performance Pack

Posted by Cayce Pang on

#1 is the Comfort series for small-medium size eyeglass frames #2 is the Circle series for medium-large size eyeglass frames #3 is the Ministretch series for small-medium size eyeglass frames #4 is the Primestretch series for large size eyeglass frames #5 is the Superior series for medium-large size eyeglass frames #6 is the Superstretch series for large size eyeglass frames   Also, in case you're interested, here are the unstretched and max stretched hole sizes for each of the styles in the Performance Pack: 2mm-6mm (0.0787"-0.2362") - Comfort series3mm-7mm (0.1181"-0.2756") - Ministretch series4mm-7mm (0.1575"-0.2756") - Circle series4mm-8mm (0.1575"-0.3150") - Superior series6mm-11mm (0.2362"-0.4331") - Primestretch series, Superstretch series    

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More information about the Keepons Ultimate series

Posted by Cayce Pang on

One pair of Keepons Ultimate black shown above. Each piece comes in 2 parts. There's the main chassis with sizing tine. And then there's the detachable sizing band. The sizing band threads over the sizing tine so you can adjust the size of the sizing tine hole depending on how small or big your eyeglass temples are.    If you're finding it difficult to thread the sizing band over the sizing tine, we've included nylon wire for this purpose. Nylon wire shown above right. Above, insert one end of nylon wire through sizing tine hole... ...until you reach the midpoint...

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