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Serengeti Men's Polarized Photochromic Sunglasses (various styles/colors) EXPIRED

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EyeDictive has select Serengeti Men's Polarized Photochromic Sunglasses (various styles/colors) on sale for $69 Each after applying code SUN30 at checkout. Shipping is free. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout).

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Available (where applicable, choose color from drop down menu):About these sunglasses:
  • Thanks to its singular lens cut and design as well as its extremely fine frame, Maestrale has a unique streamlined sport design that provides extreme comfort and protection. Constructed from lightweight nylon material, features include adjustable nose piece and rubber temple pads. Fitted with polarized Trivex lenses that minimize glare, provide 100% UV protection and adapt to lighting conditions with photochromic technology. Branding displayed on temples and upper right lens. Made in Japan.
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EyeDictive [eyedictive.com] has Serengeti Polarized Photochromic Sunglasses (various styles/colors) $69
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Serengeti is not a Luxottica brand. They make fantastic sunglasses. Choose Amber lense if you plan to use the sunglasses for driving.
Bought several pairs of Bolle and definitely not fake. Troll.
Just a note. Most Photochromic lenses would not darken inside a vehicle since the windshields already block UV light. Photochromic lenses darken when exposed to UV light. I only know of Transitions® XTRActive® lenses that work inside of vehicle because they change based on visible light.

https://www.eyeglassguide.com/my-guide/faq.aspx

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Price goes up when you put it in the cart. Goes from 99 to 139.
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Serengeti customer support is nonexistent, fyi.
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Quote from WingZero94 :
Price goes up when you put it in the cart. Goes from 99 to 139.

One color was priced incorrectly but it has been fixed. For additional assistance, please contact us at support@eyedictive.com
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Are these photogrammetric?
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Bought several pairs of Bolle and definitely not fake. Troll.
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I bought a different pair of Serengeti sunglasses couple of years ago. Quality is great and use them most days when driving. Didn't know much about the company before but would not hesitate to buy another pair if needed.
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Serengeti is not a Luxottica brand. They make fantastic sunglasses. Choose Amber lense if you plan to use the sunglasses for driving.
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Love Serengeti but these are probably lower end versions. Styling left to be desired.
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The only glasses I buy. Different lenses for different activities. The driving ones are awesome. Also have the beach ones. Have bought a bunch from this store and even returned a couple. No issues. Might grab the Bergamo but as namx mentioned, these are lower ever versions. I'll take the hit on paying return shipping if they don't work.
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Love Serengeti but these are probably lower end versions. Styling left to be desired.
Not sure what you mean by lower end versions, but some of these models are still on their site's line up, https://serengeti-eyewear.com/us/...ti-sport/. Normally, Eyedictive sells discontinued models.
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Man. I remember getting a pair of photochromic glasses in 2003. kind of a gimmick but at least they give you bragging rights.
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Just a note. Most Photochromic lenses would not darken inside a vehicle since the windshields already block UV light. Photochromic lenses darken when exposed to UV light. I only know of Transitions® XTRActive® lenses that work inside of vehicle because they change based on visible light.

https://www.eyeglassguide.com/my-guide/faq.aspx
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