There are many options of sunglass displays that you can choose from, all of which are created to help you increase your sales and maximize store space.
As you look through the different catalogues of sunglass display options, keep in mind that other than just being able to hold a lot of different styles, your sunglass display case also needs to be oriented towards the customer.
You will have a choice of a tabletop glass case for you to arrange your merchandise in, or a rotating vertical stand that will hold maximum amounts in minimal space.
In the event that your sunglass display is made to manually spin or rotate, keep in mind that it should be made in a way that does not make it very difficult for customers to spin your display. Also, make sure that the sunglasses do not fall off as you rotate the case.
This is what usually happens when you cut costs and end up purchasing a less than top quality case. In the end, you end up paying more instead of being able to save on capital costs.
Retail store displays such as sunglass racks also need to be durable. This is because if you plan to be based in a high-volume place of sales such as in a mall based in a metropolitan area, you may get a high volume of potential clients going in and out of your store and continuously touching and turning your sunglass display case.
For this reason, you may want to consider getting an automatic spinning sunglass display case which turns the rack for your customers rather than having the customers turn the rack.
The only disadvantage of the automatic spinner-type racks is that at times, the customer is not able to get the sunglass he or she wants to try on fast enough, and gets caught in the spin action of the display case.
On the other hand, low-volume shops that have more sporadic clients can choose the spinning retail store fixtures with less risk.
The choice really is up to you, when it comes to the fixtures you use for showing off the sunglasses you have for sale.
No matter what you choose, find a durable set of fixtures that holds your merchandise properly without damaging them, and makes them easy to see from the point of view of the customers.
It may not be a good idea to feature more expensive sunglasses alongside less expensive sets of eyewear. A better idea would be to feature your more expensive pieces in a glass showcase away from rough, prying hands.
Faster inventory that gets sold quickly will usually be the more popular, hot-selling items. For this reason, you can feature all the hot items on retail store fixtures and sunglass display stands that are near the entrance to your shop. Customers who pass by your store can easily see your merchandise, try them on and buy them.