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Serengeti Polarized Sunglasses (Various Styles/Colors) EXPIRED

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EyeDictive has Select Serengeti Sunglasses on sale for $65 when you apply coupon code SUNNY30 at checkout. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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    • Made in Japan
    • All glasses come with storage case and cleaning cloth
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EyeDictive [eyedictive.com] has Serengeti Polarized Sunglasses (listed below) on sale for $95 - extra $30 off when you apply promo code SUNNY30 = $65. Shipping is free.About this deal:
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BobbyM8755 asked this question on 07-30-2021 at 12:43 PM
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07-30-2021 at 07:31 PM
The product pages seem to indicate made in Japan
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this company is trash. the sell fakes. bought Ferragamo glasses from them to replace the ones i had and they were total fakes. they refused to take them back unless i paid for return shipping. called my credit card and they made it right.
Just fyi, Serengeti refused to sell me a part (nose piece) for sunglasses purchased at Eyedictive
Meh, all plastic. Love my serengeti's, but more glass lenses please.

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Meh, all plastic. Love my serengeti's, but more glass lenses please.
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These are very nice. However, the problem with these style of glasses with the plastic lenses is that they will end up breaking where they attach to the nose bridge area.
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Thanks. In for the foldable. Style is little dated, but perfect for eye protection. Serengeti use Trivex is a higher-end polycarbonate, and is much clearer than standard PC, lighter, and a little more impact-resistant as well. Trivex is a good lens material for rimless frames or drilled lenses because of its higher tensile strength.
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Just fyi, Serengeti refused to sell me a part (nose piece) for sunglasses purchased at Eyedictive
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Just fyi, Serengeti refused to sell me a part (nose piece) for sunglasses purchased at Eyedictive
this company is trash. the sell fakes. bought Ferragamo glasses from them to replace the ones i had and they were total fakes. they refused to take them back unless i paid for return shipping. called my credit card and they made it right.
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I was just looking at these yesterday and was hoping they'd go on sale. My similar style MJ broke and this will be a good replacement.
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These are very nice. However, the problem with these style of glasses with the plastic lenses is that they will end up breaking where they attach to the nose bridge area.
On Serengeti this happens on the glass versions as well. I have had many Serengeti's and love the photochromic lenses, but I ended up going up with Maui Jim's which are glass lensed from Costco for 96 bucks. The clarity on Maui Jim's are unmatched.
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FWIW when I damaged the hinge on one of my Serengeti, I emailed them asking about repair options and never heard back. Looks like a poster above me at least got a reply, but the company still didn't want to help lol
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Glass lenses will shatter into your eye. They're also heavier.
This is true. No one uses glass unless theyre real cheap. My expensive prescriptions are polycarbonate…or plastic
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It's not a good price for fakes
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May or may not be polarized and/or photochromic.
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Will give them a go. Got a pair
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