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Oakley Sunglasses On sale @ Woot From $67.99 to $89.99 + Free Shipping with Prime

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On chrome the resolution of the page linked in the OP is massive. Really weird! One picture of one of the sunglasses takes up the entire monitor.

Notice what competition has done to the price of Oakleys. Since there are now sunglasses being sold on Amazon for $10 with polarized lenses they can't have their monopoly pricing anymore. Funny to see them being sold under $100 so frequently since their parent company Luxottica can't hold onto their monopoly any longer.

Gotta love competition!
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On chrome the resolution of the page linked in the OP is massive. Really weird! One picture of one of the sunglasses takes up the entire monitor.

Notice what competition has done to the price of Oakleys. Since there are now sunglasses being sold on Amazon for $10 with polarized lenses they can't have their monopoly pricing anymore. Funny to see them being sold under $100 so frequently since their parent company Luxottica can't hold onto their monopoly any longer.

Gotta love competition!
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I bought those exact Holbrook and they are awesome!! They make the outdoors look so much more beautiful. I bought them 2 summers ago and they still hold up like new.
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Does anyone know if either of the Holbrook lenses are tinted enough so your eyes cannot be seen? Having trouble finding real pictures of either being worn and can't tell otherwise.
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Does anyone know if either of the Holbrook lenses are tinted enough so your eyes cannot be seen? Having trouble finding real pictures of either being worn and can't tell otherwise.
You can see through them as seen here:
https://youtu.be/shyN8EsR_NU?t=1m4s (pause it at 1:04 in the video when he takes his glasses off). You can see through the lens. If he was outside or in a well light room you could see his eyes.

They aren't mirrored lenses basically.
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wish they were polarized
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Be sure to read the details, alot of them appear to be the Asian fit versions.
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Are these even genuine?
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Are these even genuine?
Yes, the biggest scam is that some people think that luxottica branded sunglasses are supposed to be expensive. So when you see them cheaper you instantly are supposed to think they are knock offs. The fact of the matter is that these glasses cost next to nothing to produce they have a ton of markup. These will be real. You can get these glasses for pretty much the same exact price on ebay from reputable sellers. To be honest, this isn't much of a deal. This is sort of the new price of luxottica sunglasses. Tough to push these to consumers when there are brands selling the same exact technology for 1/10th the price. You are basically just buying a brand name.


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The Holbrook ones are polarized.
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Yes, the biggest scam is that some people think that luxottica branded sunglasses are supposed to be expensive. So when you see them cheaper you instantly are supposed to think they are knock offs. The fact of the matter is that these glasses cost next to nothing to produce they have a ton of markup. These will be real. You can get these glasses for pretty much the same exact price on ebay from reputable sellers. To be honest, this isn't much of a deal. This is sort of the new price of luxottica sunglasses. Tough to push these to consumers when there are brands selling the same exact technology for 1/10th the price. You are basically just buying a brand name.


The Holbrook ones are polarized.
Thanks. Will look for cheaper glasses with a competitor.
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lol, it seems that everyone's trying to get rid of those polarized holbrooks with yellow lenses Big Grin
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Yes, the biggest scam is that some people think that luxottica branded sunglasses are supposed to be expensive. So when you see them cheaper you instantly are supposed to think they are knock offs. The fact of the matter is that these glasses cost next to nothing to produce they have a ton of markup. These will be real. You can get these glasses for pretty much the same exact price on ebay from reputable sellers. To be honest, this isn't much of a deal. This is sort of the new price of luxottica sunglasses. Tough to push these to consumers when there are brands selling the same exact technology for 1/10th the price. You are basically just buying a brand name.


The Holbrook ones are polarized.
Yeah I recently lost my Oakley's as went to replace them and was surprised you could find any one you wanted, the latest styles under $100 from reputable shops on EBay, and that's before 15% coupons. I got one and they are definitely real.

I'll check out the $10 generics on Amazon, thanks!
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Every $10-20 generic I got at Amazon has been terrible.
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