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- metal frame
- Composite lens
- Lens width: 46 millimeters
- Lens height: 46 millimeters
- Bridge: 23 millimeters
- Arm: 121 millimeters
- UV400 PROTECTION: harmful UV rays are blocked, only useful visible rays enter your eyes
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The lens width of this round sunglasses is 46 mm. We have 49 mm lens width of this round sunglasses which is a little bigger in size. ASIN B01N6PK3RJ is 49mm lens width ASIN B00MB2R38C is 46mm lens width Please search ASIN on the Amazon search bar. Thank you. Frame -full frame - stainless steel: light-weight, durable, cost-effective - round -spring hinged arm -comfortable silica nosepad -lightweight Lens -UV400 PROTECTION: harmful UV rays are blocked, only useful visible rays enter your eyes -POLARIZED LENS: protects eyes from glare caused by reflective light Benefits of POLARIZED SUNGLASSES -Glare reduction -Reduced eye stress -Better contrast and enhanced clarity -Color perception -Light sensitivities -UV ray protection Dimentions -Frame total: 132mm = 5.2 inch -Lens height: 46mm = 1.8 inch -Lens width: 46mm= 1.8 inch -Bridge: 23mm = 0.9 inch -Temple Length: 130mm = 5.1inch Package including -AORON sunglasses case -AORON microfiber cloth and pouch -screwdriver
- Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 2 x 0.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00MB2R38C
- Item model number: 801BG
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 1, 2014
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
Claim: "The glasses are small."
Truth: They are smaller than I expected, but when I see people using words like "tiny" or "comically small" I consider those exaggerations. I have a normally sized head/face, and these glasses are not so small that they look ridiculous. They fit fine. Beyond that, they're comfortable! They don't pinch or anything like that.
Claim: "The lenses are huge."
Truth: Depends on how you look at it. I ran a test in the mirror where I wore the glasses, and made different facial expressions that involve my eyebrows (confusion, anger, etc). The lenses were large enough to cover a lot of that. But look at the bright sides of this: they're blocking the sun very well from your peripheral vision. And people can't easily tell what your "face is saying" either. These are good glasses for poker games!
Claim: "The lenses are dark."
Truth: Absolutely true. But they are not too dark to, say, drive while wearing them. My eyes are sensitive to light and these glasses hit the spot for me.
Claim: "The glasses are cheaply constructed."
Truth: This is better worded "these glasses are not high-end." No, they're not, but they're not cheap either. The glasses are sturdy, can withstand reasonable abuse (my 15-month old daughter pulled them from my pocket.. good things never come from that), etc.
So ignore the bleeding hearts. I gave these glasses 4/5 stars.
"Why did you not give them five stars?"
Glad you asked. The lenses are polarized, but being circular they can also move within the frames relatively easily. This means one lens can be blocking out more glare than the other, causing a bizarre 3D glasses effect. But a few moments of adjusting the lenses will remedy this. So yeah, a little hands-on maintenance that can be annoying, but it's not so bad.
My only other complaint is people making John Lennon jokes, but that has absolutely nothing to do with the manufacture of these glasses. Just be prepared that when you wear these, your more smart-alek friends will think they're clever by bludgeoning you to death with a tired old joke. I just respond by saying I look like Leon from "The Professional." Then I say "no women, no kids" in a menacing way, and walk off.
I'd totally buy another pair of these glasses if I needed to. And I fully recommend them!
Said all that to say this; these glasses are wonderful. So much so that I bought 3 pairs. I'm going to buy a pair for my friend's upcoming birthday as a gift.
The coating is thick on both sides. The dark gray coating on the inside makes this almost non-transparent. I ended up giving this to my 14-yr old niece just to look cute on, not necessarily for function. At one point when she had them on, she ran into a car door because she couldn't see clearly. More LOL.
I have bought about a dozen of these mirrored sunglasses because they're IN this season. Didn't want to spend the money on real good brands since I thought this was a passing phase. I've looked at hundreds, and paid hundreds by now, I should've just bit the bullet and got the good brand. The best "cheapy" so far is the one at Free People, for $20, and it's rainbow on silver frame. All others from my online purchases are in the trash or in the hands/faces of poor victims who will end up throwing them out.
After spending all that money, I still ended up spending more money and got the real deal. RayBan mirrored Blue Green. And I can see through them!! Maui Jims make good ones too, btw... but again, $$$
Not sure what I think about the polarized lenses though. It takes some getting used to, although it definitely does alleviate squinting and the headaches caused by light-sensitivity...I just feel like I'm trippin' balls when wearing these out in daylight and look at metallic objects (oh, and do not look at a non-LED LCD or try driving with these on. Just a friendly warning!).
To the person complaining about how these 60's style glasses aren't of the same quality as the ones he bought in the 60's and are more expensive than the ones he bought in the 60's: seriously d00d that was 50 years ago and thanks to the progress of science and industry we developed these cool space-age materials in the decades since, such as plastics and lightweight amorphous metals that are far more durable than the brittle nylon and tin alloys used back then. As for price there is this thing called "inflation" (maybe you've heard of it?). Just like gas (petrol) today costs many times more than the $0.05/gallon that it did back in the 60's, these shades would be the equivalent of $2.50 pair of shades from the 60's which is priced just about right. Why don't you take your Nostalgia Goggles off and go back to telling kids to get off your lawn instead of leaving "back in my day" reviews!
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