Preventing Broken Eye Glass Chains

I have wider than usual eye glass temples. Stretching the little rubber tips that go over the temples often makes them break. While I only spend $1 on them, I still have to replace them when they break.
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Well, no more. Because my temples have little finial designs in them, I found that jewelry findings, more specifically clasps, work great. I attach them to the small end of the rubber tips and to the eye glass itself. No more stretching, and I can put them as close to the front or back as I like.

I hope this helps!

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