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Oakley Men's Chainlink Polarized Sunglasses (Black Ink Frame/Black Iridium Lens) EXPIRED

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6pm via Amazon.com has Oakley Men's Chainlink Polarized Sunglasses (Black Ink Frame w/ Black Iridium Polarized Lens; OO9247-09) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks lintas1

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I was looking at JOMASHOP deal on Oakley but didnt want them due to being non-polarized. I found these on Amazon instead.

Oakley Mens Chainlink OO9247 Polarized Sunglasses [Black Iridium Polarized] - Amazon - $48.95

I personally ended up buying from 6PM for $49.99

These are also available on 6PM.com for $49.99


Unsure of the quality but Amazon offers free returns, so hopefully not to bad.

FYI, my first Oakleys and my first experience buying sunglasses online, so lets see how it goes

EDIT: Since ppl have been asking if these are polarized or not, please note that I dont know for sure. All I know is that the link sells multiple items and you have to select "Black Iridium Polarized" Item. The order description confirms the same. One can only be sure when they get them in their hands. With free return, if they aren't polarized then you can decide to return if that is a dealbreaker for you

https://www.amazon.com/Oakley-OO9...ZKG14&th=1
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Now it's $70 on Amazon
$42 on 6pm
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Enjoy your returns everyone. Make sure you ship it back in a "ractangular" box.
I'm not going to cancel my order and will wait till they arrive. If they are not polarized, then I will return in a "sqaure" box ...
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That's not to say that the other sellers are not selling the Polarized item on Amazon. Then again, I don't trust the other sellers enough to not be selling a counterfeit pair especially with all the spelling mistakes and some reviews/answers saying they might not be an original Oakleys item. I guess the best deal would have been buying the Polarized pair from 6pm.com direct while it was still in stock.
fulfill by amazon inventory is co-mingled from various merchants listed selling same SKU (prime qualified)
So if an item is fulfill by amazon, it doesn't matter who the seller is.
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Now it's $70 on Amazon
$42 on 6pm
The listing is now for the matte steel frame with ice iridium lenses ... not the black iridium polarized version from earlier.
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Just received my order from Amazon. Glasses were in fact polarized and appear to be authentic. Thanks for the post OP.
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Hmmm, I ordered from the eshades store...would it be a good idea to cancel the order and reorder through 6pm?
I received my eshades fulfilled by Amazon pair today. They seem to be legit and polarized.

They are a bit tight on my head, but that could just be their design.
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I know it's expired but one last comment from someone who switched from polarized BACK to non-polarized. I decided to switch back to non-polarized for the sunglasses I use primarily for driving because of the effect polarized lenses have when viewing video screens. Since I'm looking at four different screens in my car (two on my dash, one for the Sync system, and my phone), I decided to switch to non-polarized, and to be honest, the difference isn't dramatic in terms of the ability to deal with sunlight. It has had a good effect on looking at the video screens though.

I still have polarized, black iridium lenses on my sport sunglasses (for running, being on the water, etc.), but for occasions when I don't need the absolute maximum light reduction, which is most of the time, the non-polarized lenses have been just fine for me. The improvement in my ability to read the screens in my car while driving has been well worth slightly brighter light in very bright conditions.
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Just bought MPH Chainlink on 6pm for $42
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Just received my order from Amazon. Glasses were in fact polarized and appear to be authentic. Thanks for the post OP.

Got mine today too. Same thing!! Good find OP.
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Just to add like others ... I ordered mine on Amazon via 6pm and they arrived today. Seem legit. If they are fake, they are good fakes. The lenses are polarized. I plan on keeping. Thanks again, OP.
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Same mine were polarized as well.
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I dunno...they are indeed polarized, but there are some things that lend me to thinking they are fake. 1. There was a sticker on the lens. According to the Oakley forums that is the number one mistake that counterfeiters make. There should be no sticker 2. Made in the USA is supposed to be on the frame. I can not find that anywhere.
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I am wrong! The CE means they are imported and the sticker is ok, as long as it's static, not sticky. Also, the polarized etching on the lens is legit. Real glasses, good find OP!!
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I'm not going to cancel my order and will wait till they arrive. If they are not polarized, then I will return in a "sqaure" box ...
I got this today and it is polarized original Oakley
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I dunno...they are indeed polarized, but there are some things that lend me to thinking they are fake. 1. There was a sticker on the lens. According to the Oakley forums that is the number one mistake that counterfeiters make. There should be no sticker 2. Made in the USA is supposed to be on the frame. I can not find that anywhere.
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I am wrong! The CE means they are imported and the sticker is ok, as long as it's static, not sticky. Also, the polarized etching on the lens is legit. Real glasses, good find OP!!
Got today
They are no doubt original and polarized
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I dunno...they are indeed polarized, but there are some things that lend me to thinking they are fake. 1. There was a sticker on the lens. According to the Oakley forums that is the number one mistake that counterfeiters make. There should be no sticker 2. Made in the USA is supposed to be on the frame. I can not find that anywhere.
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I am wrong! The CE means they are imported and the sticker is ok, as long as it's static, not sticky. Also, the polarized etching on the lens is legit. Real glasses, good find OP!!
Thanks even I got mine and they look and feel legit. I tested them in sunlight against non-polarized RayBans I have and they outperformed them as expected.
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