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Dang. Was in till saw not polarized.
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Dang. Was in till saw not polarized.
Yup, Same
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Just gonna put this out there, I work the eyewear manufacturer for Lacoste, Salvatore, Nike, Columbia, Flexon.. and there's no record of any "eyedictive".

I bought a frame before because the price was too good to be true. I mean how can we be selling it for 60$ wholesale to retailers who sell it at 2.5x markup, yet eyedictive has it for 25$. It also came shipped with a return address of a PO Box.. not shady at all.

Best part. Check out their Instagram page. Every post has exactly 45-50 likes, and check the accounts who like. They are all bots with zero posts.

Eyedictive is 1000% fake sunglasses and I wouldn't trust it to protect from UV.
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Are these made in china, brazil, or??
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Lots of SD'ers are cheapskates, so they have no problem if these are fakes. If that's you, spend away.

Otherwise, utilize google/common sense and maybe take the fact that they have no physical address, phone number, or email on their website.
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Since a couple people already referenced that these aren't polarized sunglasses, I wanted to ask, does anyone want to suggest some affordable (around/under $25-$50) polarized sunglasses that would be good for driving?

The reason I am asking, is because I live in Arizona, with lots of (read: too much) sunshine, and because I work late-nights and am often driving home from work around 7:00-8:00 a.m., when the Sun is nice and bright and while I am tired. Plus, my commute is 76 miles, each way, and the sunlight is often bothersome for my entire drive home.

Honestly, I don't think that I would need particularly nice/high-quality glasses; just some that are decent quality, and would help with the strain that the sunlight often puts on my eyes, would likely be fine.

I was actually looking on Amazon and Mercari for 'Polarized Driving Sunglasses' and I was willing to take a chance on some used sunglasses on Mercari, in the $20-$40 price range, but, before actually buying some from there, I saw this post and wanted to at least ask and see if I could get some helpful feedback and suggestions. I saw, what looked to be, some good-quality/looking RayBans and some Oakleys for around $50-$60 on Mercari, but I honestly don't want to spend that much, if I can avoid it.

If someone would like to reply and give me some helpful feedback and/or recommendations, I would appreciate it.
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Lots of SD'ers are cheapskates, so they have no problem if these are fakes. If that's you, spend away.

Otherwise, utilize google/common sense and maybe take the fact that they have no physical address, phone number, or email on their website.
I think most think they're real and would have an issue if they know the glasses are fake. I almost bit a few times on this site but have always hesitated because their pricing sounds too good to be true and the fact that they're not authorized dealers. The only other explanation I can think of is that they're selling factory rejects.
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I got a Hugo boss metal frame one last time from eyedictive.
The frame is flimsy. Feels like the $10 mall glasses. I suspect this is counterfeit or produced by a partner with label rights but is making crappy products. I will never again buy branded sunglasses without first holding and trying them on
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Wow… $200 sunglasses that are selling for $50 and their FAKE? Who woulda thunk it
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Since a couple people already referenced that these aren't polarized sunglasses, I wanted to ask, does anyone want to suggest some affordable (around/under $25-$50) polarized sunglasses that would be good for driving?

The reason I am asking, is because I live in Arizona, with lots of (read: too much) sunshine, and because I work late-nights and am often driving home from work around 7:00-8:00 a.m., when the Sun is nice and bright and while I am tired. Plus, my commute is 76 miles, each way, and the sunlight is often bothersome for my entire drive home.

Honestly, I don't think that I would need particularly nice/high-quality glasses; just some that are decent quality, and would help with the strain that the sunlight often puts on my eyes, would likely be fine.

I was actually looking on Amazon and Mercari for 'Polarized Driving Sunglasses' and I was willing to take a chance on some used sunglasses on Mercari, in the $20-$40 price range, but, before actually buying some from there, I saw this post and wanted to at least ask and see if I could get some helpful feedback and suggestions. I saw, what looked to be, some good-quality/looking RayBans and some Oakleys for around $50-$60 on Mercari, but I honestly don't want to spend that much, if I can avoid it.

If someone would like to reply and give me some helpful feedback and/or recommendations, I would appreciate it.
Try Costco Kirkland brand sunglasses. Some of them are made in Italy and look to be real good quality
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Try Costco Kirkland brand sunglasses. Some of them are made in Italy and look to be real good quality
Thank you very much, for the reply and the suggestion. I am not familiar with that brand, and I did not know that Costco made sunglasses, but I will definitely try to check them out. Unfortunately, I don't have a Costco account, but I will see if I can find some on Mercari, OfferUp or eBay.
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Just gonna put this out there, I work the eyewear manufacturer for Lacoste, Salvatore, Nike, Columbia, Flexon.. and there's no record of any "eyedictive".

I bought a frame before because the price was too good to be true. I mean how can we be selling it for 60$ wholesale to retailers who sell it at 2.5x markup, yet eyedictive has it for 25$. It also came shipped with a return address of a PO Box.. not shady at all.

Best part. Check out their Instagram page. Every post has exactly 45-50 likes, and check the accounts who like. They are all bots with zero posts.

Eyedictive is 1000% fake sunglasses and I wouldn't trust it to protect from UV.
So if you purchase designer sunglasses from tjmaxx or Ross, they are fake? I have purchased from them and so far my purchases are legit. Most were at one time in a department store such as Neiman Marcus, then they were in their discount store Last Call. ...probably did not sell there so were liquidated to places such as this one.
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So if you purchase designer sunglasses from tjmaxx or Ross, they are fake? I have purchased from them and so far my purchases are legit. Most were at one time in a department store such as Neiman Marcus, then they were in their discount store Last Call. ...probably did not sell there so were liquidated to places such as this one.
Usually yes. For the brands I mentioned especially. You won't find them in Ross/ TJ Max. When the style is no longer active accounts have the ability to return unsold frames back to us for full credit. All of them do or continue to sell at their markup till it is gone. None will take a loss, and sell it at half price for eyedictive or Ross to resell.
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Quote from BillyJackAz :
Since a couple people already referenced that these aren't polarized sunglasses, I wanted to ask, does anyone want to suggest some affordable (around/under $25-$50) polarized sunglasses that would be good for driving?

The reason I am asking, is because I live in Arizona, with lots of (read: too much) sunshine, and because I work late-nights and am often driving home from work around 7:00-8:00 a.m., when the Sun is nice and bright and while I am tired. Plus, my commute is 76 miles, each way, and the sunlight is often bothersome for my entire drive home.

Honestly, I don't think that I would need particularly nice/high-quality glasses; just some that are decent quality, and would help with the strain that the sunlight often puts on my eyes, would likely be fine.

I was actually looking on Amazon and Mercari for 'Polarized Driving Sunglasses' and I was willing to take a chance on some used sunglasses on Mercari, in the $20-$40 price range, but, before actually buying some from there, I saw this post and wanted to at least ask and see if I could get some helpful feedback and suggestions. I saw, what looked to be, some good-quality/looking RayBans and some Oakleys for around $50-$60 on Mercari, but I honestly don't want to spend that much, if I can avoid it.

If someone would like to reply and give me some helpful feedback and/or recommendations, I would appreciate it.
I brought a pair of Carrera from Ashford on $30+, see the detail of the product, some of them are polarized.
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