To whom it may concern
I attended the Toronto Cottage Show on the weekend, and was introduced to CABLZ at your amazing booth.
I just want to thank the people at the booth for helping me. I attended with my friend and designer, Hildi Weiman, who bought 4 pairs, and gave me one as a present as we both thought they were fantastic.
As a surgeon, I have always needed something to hold my glasses on during procedures, and this product is AMAZING.
When the man at the booth (I regret not getting his card or name) found out I was a surgeon, he gave me some free pairs, to give to some colleagues; I gave a pair to my partner, another surgeon, and he has already said they are GAME-CHANGERS! His glasses are always falling onto his nose during long operations!
I understand you sell Cablz at Sunnybrook and UHN, but you MUST sell them at Michael Garron Hospital too!!
I also gave your information to a friend today (Allison Dressler-Adler) who owns and operates Cristall Opticians on Bay Street!
I will happily help out in any way to recommend this fantastic product …. LOVE CABLZ!!
Thanks for the free pairs and I hope to see them at our hospital soon.
Best regards, Dr.B
This is a recent story from a customer named Jeff:
We met on the last day the the Toronto adventure show, there were 3 of us from southwestern Ontario . We were giving you some locations to place your product... anyway hope you can recall us.
You were adamant that these are the best thing to keep your glasses on your head.
Well , you were so right!
We were doing a kayak instructors course two weeks ago and learning how to do the hand of God rescue. Basically, the kayak is flipped upside down and someone cannot get out of the kayak so you paddle over , reach over the kayak under the water grab the life jacket by the shoulder strap and pull them toward you.
So, when it was my turn to be the victim my rescue were grabbed my sunglasses and not the strap! He then proceeded to pull me out of the water by my sunglasses with the CABLZ attached to my glasses . Your product didn’t break or fail to keep the glasses on my face. In fact my rescuer actually got my out of the water until the glasses snapped and fell to the bottom on the lake CABLZ still attached.
Anyhow...your weren’t kidding around when you said they won’t come off your head.