Because we want your child to continue seeing the world through a child’s eyes, Pyke has developed a new model of sunglasses designed for the geometry of a child’s face: BabyPyke !
No more glasses that hurt ears, fall off the face, and don’t really protect children's eyes.
BabyPyke sunglasses are here !
They provide an optimum solution to the protective needs of your child's eyes.
Most parents surveyed1 agree that there are 5 basic criteria that must be met before purchasing a pair of sunglasses that are 100% effective and suitable for children:
With help from little Pykers and their parents, PYKE was able to rise to the challenge of meeting all these criteria with a single model: BabyPyke sunglasses.
To guarantee that the frame provides 100% coverage, BabyPyke sunglasses are made with soft materials. They perfectly fit a child’s face to keep the sun’s rays from reaching the eyes, even under conditions or extreme sun and glare.
The headband keeps the glasses in the position best suited for protecting your child’s eyes with no discomfort.
BabyPyke frames mean that none of the sun’s rays will penetrate your child's eyes.
The materials selected to make BabyPyke sunglasses were carefully selected: Pyke has established very stringent criteria for materials selection that go beyond the requirements of European standards.
The plastic used is:
The « soft touch » nature of the materials used in the frame give it a soft and pleasant feel.
They don’t get tangled in hair, guaranteeing enhanced comfort.
To ensure the optimum protection of your child's eyes, Pyke has partnered with the German group, Carl Zeiss, for lenses.
BabyPyke sunglasses use the lenses in the Carl Zeiss Vision Sunlens KidZ collection. These lenses are the result of innovative research on the development of children's eyes.
KidZ lenses were specifically developed to offer maximum protection for children’s eyes based on their age bracket.
Protection for every age in their development!
Lack of light prevents the eye from developing properly. This is why the KidZ lenses in BabyPyke frames are Category 3 2: they offer protection while transmitting enough light to allow the eye to continue developing.
KidZ lenses do not alter the perception of colour and block 100% of UVA, UVB and UVC rays. Made out of premium polyamide, they are shock-resistant with an anti-scratch coating.
To check whether your frames have genuine Carl Zeiss KidZ lenses, a semi-visible “Z” is etched on the inside of each lens to certify that the frame complies with the high-quality standards of Zeiss.
The lenses are mounted directly into the frame so children cannot push them out.
Pyke has researched and developed a glasses retention system that guarantees maximum comfort for your child.
This well-researched and tested system increases the chances that your child will accept wearing them.
The system is based on a soft frame and a retaining strap (headband) that provides a good, comfortable fit.
The headband has a dual strap two reasons:
This feature has several advantages:
Thanks to this system and the lightweight glasses , BabyPyke will not cause discomfort to your child.
BabyPyke sunglasses are scalable: they will fit any infant or toddler up to the age of 3 thanks to the soft strap and frame (head circumference from 41 to 50 cm).
Apart from head circumference, the other measurements of a child's head change only slightly between infancy and the age of 3 (such as the inter-pupillary distance).
As your child grows, simply adjust the strap.
Straddling the line between vintage and futuristic, BabyPyke sunglasses have a wide range of colours for your child’s adventures!
Pyke has developed a practical yet playful case in the shape of a ball, guaranteeing maximum protection even when you put your BabyPykes away.
This durable case also contains a Pyke lens cleaning cloth and user instructions. You can conveniently carry it in your purse.
1. Remove the frame from its ball-shaped container.
2. Open the retaining clip on either side by pushing away (the marking “Pyke” on the retaining clip represents the correct direction).
3. Slide the little strap of the “frame” part into the retaining clip of the “headband” part. Close the retaining clip.
4. Place the frame on your child’s face (be careful: the deepest scallop should be at the bottom). Adjust the side strap that is not yet closed based on the size of your child’s head.
5. Make sure the sunglasses are of the correct size (not too tight but fitting snugly to the face). Once adjusted for first use, the frame may be taken off and repositioned on the head with no need of further adjustment.
6. There you go! Your child is perfectly protected so he or she can continue exploring the world with well-protected eyes.
Remember to read the instructions for use!
Pyke, may the adventures continue