by | Jul 19, 2022 | Reviews, summer, Z

Last Updated: Oct 13, 2022 @ 4:15 pm.

What is the best organizer for sunglasses? If you like to collect sunglasses, having one place to keep and display them is most handy. We tried out several options and then asked our parent readers for their favorites.

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Best Space Saver

Useful and cute
Easy on the wallet, these stands can hold 10 glasses—we liked the very small footprint. Great for storage on a table or dresser.
$17.55

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Best Space Saver: Mooca 2 Piece Set Acrylic Eyeglasses Frame Riser Display Stand

We liked the narrow footprint of this organizer—it takes up just 4″ by 4″ of space on a table. And it is an affordable way to organize 10 pairs of glasses.

What We Liked

• Lightweight.

• Durable.

• Takes up little space.

• Affordable.

What Needs Work

• Can get knocked over.

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Best For Travel

Fits a wide variety of frames
Packing sunglasses in a suitcase can be a challenge—this clever organizer works like a charm. Love how you can hang it up to display.
$19.99

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Best For Travel: Longjet Sunglasses Organizer

Transporting more than one pair of sunglasses can be a challenge—this organizer has a clever design to get the job done, while protecting your investment in your glasses. We found it easy to use.

What We Liked

 Affordable.

• Works well with bigger sunglasses.

• Hang it up to display; fold it for travel.

What Needs Work

• May not be compatible with all sunglasses frames.

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Best For Smaller Frames

Makes it easy to see the frames
This covered bin is great for keeping dust and dirt off your glasses—and perfect for stacking in a closet during the off-season. Caveat: larger frames may not fit.
$19.99 ($10.00 / Count)

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Best For Smaller Frames: mDesign Plastic Hard Shell Stackable Eyeglass Case

We liked how this covered bin is designed—perfect for stacking for storage in a closet, for example. The cover is also nice, as many the sunglasses organizers we tried were not covered . . . great if you want to keep dust or dirt off sunglasses.

What We Liked

• Sturdy.

• Fits smaller frames well.

• Also works for swim goggles.

• Covered bin has lid that is hinged—great for keeping dust/dirt off your sunglasses.

What Needs Work

• Larger glasses probably won’t fit.

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Best For Bigger Collections

Easy to assemble
Loved this clear case that can hold a dozen sunglasses—and yes, it even works with larger size frames. Also great to store makeup.
$19.98

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Best For Bigger Collections: MineSign Sunglasses Organizer

Most sunglasses organizers hold about a half dozen frames. But what if you have a dozen sunglasses? This display case is excellent, based on our hands-on testing. Yes, it takes up more space (footprint) than others, but we like how it is designed and built.

What We Liked

• Easy to put together.

• Displays a dozen sunglasses.

• Also great to organize makeup, nail polish.

• Affordable.

What Needs Work

• A bit pricey.

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