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Serengeti Polarized Sunglasses (various styles/colors) EXPIRED

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EyeDictive has select Serengeti Polarized Sunglasses (various styles/colors) on sale for $79 when you apply coupon code SUN40 (apply in cart). Additionally, earn 2.5% in Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase when follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  • Prices Research: Purchase these Serengeti sunglasses today and save $40 Off (33.61% Savings) from the original sale price of $119. These are original listed for $190 before the sale
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    • Returns are welcome up to 30 days from order delivery
    • Frames must be in unused condition with all accessories and packaging.
    • EyeDictive will not cover the cost of return shipping, except for damaged or defective frames.
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Eyedictive [eyedictive.com] has Serengeti Polarized Sunglasses (Various Styles) for $79 when you apply coupon code SUN40 at checkout. Shipping is Free.
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Glass lens have better optical clarity than polycarbonate. I prefer polycarbonate for times when I need lighter weight glasses such as sports. Glass lenses are my go to when driving

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Bought the CERIALE from last promotion last year, 10 bucks cheaper at that time. It is authentic but my pair have an annoying glare when facing the sun.
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If given the choice:

The red pill, or the blue pill?
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Quote from Boilbird :
Bought the CERIALE from last promotion last year, 10 bucks cheaper at that time. It is authentic but my pair have an annoying glare when facing the sun.
I bought those too. I don't have any issues and love how light they are
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NICE. I've had Serengeti's on my alerts for a long time. Been forever since they've been on Eyedictive. These are by FAR the best sunglasses I've ever had. Big name brands like Oakley's and Ray Bans are trash quality compared to these.
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Bought Ceriale for $49 last year from eyedictive. Great glasses
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I bought those too. I don't have any issues and love how light they are
Mine are blue, maybe color matters.
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Anyone tried returning? Is that site difficult to deal with?

Most glasses tend not to be quite wide enough thus exposing a bit more side glare than I like
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Anyone tried returning? Is that site difficult to deal with?

Most glasses tend not to be quite wide enough thus exposing a bit more side glare than I like
I tried a few times, super easy to return as long as it's in original state, just need to pay shipping, PayPal will cover return shipping tho.
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except Carlo, all these have polycarbonate lenses, correct? I think Serengeti is best known for their glass lenses, not sure about the plastic ones.
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I stop buying Serengeti glasses few years back, when my Serengeti velocity glasses broke after almost 7 years. But, of late for some reason Serengeti quality been compromised, the glasses are polycarbonate, meaning plastic, the velocity glasses were made of glass and it has really good weight to it which feels good and cleans good.
I wish they bring back there velocity model back and made of glass.
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Snagged the Carlo because they have the mineral glass lens. Last time Ray Bans had glass was when they were partnered with Bausch and Lomb and those were tanks. There's something about having the extra weight of glass and old school about it.
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You mean the lenses are polycarbonate, not the glasses. Glass lenses suck. Polycarbonate is shatterproof. Why anyone would want glass is beyond me. The quality wasn't compromised. The quality was raised due to polycarbonate.
Glass lens have better optical clarity than polycarbonate. I prefer polycarbonate for times when I need lighter weight glasses such as sports. Glass lenses are my go to when driving
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