BuzzFeed Names Bohten Eyewear an Essential Buy for the Global Consumer - Bôhten Eyewear

BuzzFeed Names Bohten Eyewear an Essential Buy for the Global Consumer

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ACCRA, GHANA, June 18, 2021

Bohten Eyewear has been featured – not once – but twice in BuzzFeed as one must-have product to have this summer. Last month, we were featured in 42 Purchases That Are Not Only Practical, But Fun, Too alongside other top brands like Urban Outfitters and Green Chef.

One reviewer, Ian, raved about one of our best sellers, the Aristotle frames, saying that they have been “amazing so far.” He decided to go with the blue light filter prescription frames for form and function and said they have been the “best glasses I’ve ever had.”

He continued: “I work in an office most of the day with lots of screen time and my eyes feel a bit better at the end of the day than usual. I've switched from wearing contacts most of the time to the Aristotles.”

Ian told BuzzFeed he receives many compliments when he wears them, adding that Bohten’s customer service is “helpful” and “flexible” to his needs. “Highly recommend!” he ended.

More recently, we were featured in 45 Things You Totally Won't Regret Impulse Buying and were noted as combining “a love of nature, style, and Africa into glasses." In the article, BuzzFeed reiterated our commitment to customizing frames to meet the needs of our growing client base.

 One reviewer in the article wrote: "These glasses are right on point with the sun factor, and the cool factor, not to mention. They are a head-turner and more unique than the more established brands. My favorite aspect is how lightweight they are. I wear them for five or six hours and don't feel that soreness behind the ear at all. I absolutely love my Bohtens and recommend you get behind these awesome shades. They are worth every cent!"

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