Your future is bright – wear Babiators!
Babiators protect your child's eyes at a critical time – Babiators’ lenses offer 100% protection from UVA and UVB rays.
Why should we be concerned about protecting our children’s eyes from UV exposure? Children’s sensitive skin needs sunscreen to limit dangerous UV exposure and their eyes need protection too. Here are the facts:
Given that children’s eyes do not have as many natural protections from UV, children spend more time in the sun than adults, and time in the sun can lead to permanent eye damage, we feel it just makes sense for kids to wear sunglasses!
When it’s bright outside, adults wear sunglasses – our children should do the same!
For more information on how children’s eyes are different from adults’ eyes, and why UV protection is especially important for children, click here.
For more information about the UV Index, check out this document published by the EPA.
When babies grab onto something, where’s the first place it goes? Their mouths! That’s why it’s imperative that anything made for young children be safe – and that’s the idea behind Babiators flexible rubber frame design.
We test every shipment to ensure that Babiators comply with the most stringent regulations in the world for BPA, phthalates, lead, and other metals. Our top quality 100% UVA and UVB protection lenses are also impact and shatter-resistant.
So when you buy Babiators, you can rest assured that you are buying the best sunglasses out there for your little one!
Babiators are incredibly durable – our flexible rubber frames consistently bounce back after being bent, twisted, or sat upon!
Babiators are available in two sizes (Ages 0-3 and Ages 3-7+) and ten awesome colors: Black Ops Black, Blue Angels Blue, Rockstar Red, Princess Pink, Wicked White, Superstar Silver, Nighthawk Navy, Beach Baby Blue, Limelight Lime, and Sneak Attack Pink & Black.
Designed by an F-18 fighter pilot for your little aviator, Babiators are sure to make your child the Maverick of the playground!
What is the most common complaint about children’s sunglasses:
“My child will break or lose them!”
We’re pretty darn sure your Babiators won’t break, and we believe that protecting kids’ eyes is too important to overlook simply because sunglasses might get lost. That’s why if a child's Babiators are lost or broken, we will replace them!
To enroll, simply register on our website. To find out more about our guarantee, click here.
A Guide to the UV Index. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation (6205J). Publication # EPA430-F-04-020. May 2004.
Prevent Eye Damage: Protect Yourself from UV Radiation. United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation (6205J). Publication # EPA430-F-10-038. August 2010.
Stern, RS, Weinstein, MC, Baker, SG: Risk reduction for nonmelanoma skin cancer with childhood sunscreen use. Arch Dermatol 1986 122:537–545, 10.1001/archderm.122.5.537.
Telephone interview with Dr. J. Keller Wortham. May 16, 2011.
Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation and Your Eyes. http://www.allaboutvision.com. Gary Heiting,OD. August 2010.
Every little aviator needs to have protection from the elements – Babiators offer 100% protection from dangerous UVA and UVB rays. We also test each shipment for BPA, phthalates, lead, and more to meet or exceed world safety standards.
For more information on the importance of protecting your child’s eyes from harmful UV rays, click here.
Unlike typical plastic sunglasses, Babiators pliable rubber sunglasses can withstand whatever your child throws at them. Twist ‘em, sit on ‘em, throw a bunker buster at ‘em – Babiators will bounce back!
We’re so sure you’ll be satisfied with Babiators’ durability, we guarantee our product for one year from the date of purchase – for more information, click here.
Do you want your child to be awesome? Babiators were designed by a fighter pilot for your adventuresome young aviator, and will help provide and after burner boost to launch your child's image to the next level!
To see what parents and their kids are saying about Babiators, click here.