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Sun glass for driving interstate?

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I am looking for a sun glass to wear when driving interstate.
Had a aviator by serrangetti, was heavy since glass - got stolen. Now have a Ray ban made of plastic. Looking for something better.

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Try some randolph engineering glasses.

Whatever you do, DO NOT BUY FROM smartbuyglasses.com. They are about 20%off retail, and have decent reviews, So i ordered some and what i received is a counterfeit. Granted they are a good fake, but still a fake, bag says made in china. IT was missing the tool kit so i call randolph USA and they told me they do not sell through smartbuyglasses. When i called smartbuy, they told me they buy and ship them from China, but they still claim they are legit. Whaaatt?? So i guess their story is they make them in the USA, ship them to china, then ship them back to the consumer in the USA. Ya, ok
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Try some randolph engineering glasses.

Whatever you do, DO NOT BUY FROM smartbuyglasses.com. They are about 20%off retail, and have decent reviews, So i ordered some and what i received is a counterfeit. Granted they are a good fake, but still a fake, bag says made in china. IT was missing the tool kit so i call randolph USA and they told me they do not sell through smartbuyglasses. When i called smartbuy, they told me they buy and ship them from China, but they still claim they are legit. Whaaatt?? So i guess their story is they make them in the USA, ship them to china, then ship them back to the consumer in the USA. Ya, ok
Do they use plastic glasses?
How about Maui Jim brand?
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Both randolph and maui jim are very very good glasses. I actually prefer non-polarized because of the way it messes with screens and glass.


My warning was simply about the seller smartbuyglasses, they are actually being sued by maui jim for copyright infringement
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I am looking for a sun glass to wear when driving interstate.
Had a aviator by serrangetti, was heavy since glass - got stolen. Now have a Ray ban made of plastic. Looking for something better.
It is known that UV light from the sun is a significant factor in cataract and other forms of eye disorders, including eye cancers.

Ophthalmologists highly recommend sunglasses that are 100% UV (ultra violet) blocking. The sun glass style is personal, but make sure they are blocking UV rays.

There are countless sunglasses that block 100% UV light and very affordable in many styles.

Not all sunglasses block UV light. Even polarized sun glasses may not block UV light.


https://www.mayoclinic.org/health...q-20058021
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