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These Infinity L8106 prescription glasses come complete with 2 sun clip-one lenses, offering active men the perfect solution for dual purpose eyewear during life’s most critical moments. Ideal for driving, outdoor activities or just all year round sun protection, the Infinity L8106 (With 2 Sun Clip-on lenses) are a must for every man who likes to spend his time outdoors. The metal frame comes in both black and grey for a sophisticated, subtle look and both styles come with a choice of green/grey clip-on lenses or yellow clip-on lenses to protect you in various lighting conditions. An affordable purchase that has the ability to multi-task to save you time and money.
Infinity L8106 (With 2 Sun Clip-on lenses)
Freeform varifocal from $45.00
Metal, Stainless Steel, Plastic
Suitable for Tints
Case & Cloth
12 Months Warranty
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4.5 / 5 - 96 Review(s) - Add your review
93% of customers recommend this product (69 of 74)
A Alexander, AU
7th September 2015
always price first, the two filters for my glasses would have cost the same as the filters alone here my comments are relative to this.
1:the filters are elegant and of far higher quality
2:The glasses and filters are a perfect fit
3:The glasses themselves must be considered free in light of the total price of $47
4:the glasses are comfortable and the lenses are thin
5:the case and cleaning cloth were complimentary
6:tracking numbers are provided which are reassuring on internet purchases
J Saari, FI
2nd April 2015
I leave the old text under. The mechanism as not too strong, left arm hinge snapped without I noticed any impact to classes, the arm just dropped when I was changing clothes.
The classes are still otherwise OK, lenses have no scratches or defects on coatings. Just one arm broken after less than 2 years. The plastic of the arm is maybe not strong enough for so thin material in the hinge.
The frame is lightweight. The design is clever. The frame is made of steel sheets and parts that are welded together. The hinges are not with flexible mechanism, but the frame works as a spring. It works well. The design of the support of the hinges has a function also. A small drawback of the design is that there is a very small gap between welded metal parts on top of the frame. Just enough to catch some lint of tissue paper. No real issue though.
The multifocal lenses are very good for general use. View area for close work is smaller than I expected. But there is practically no geometric distortion like in my old "cheap" classes from high street. Now I am used to the lenses, and I seldom miss larger close view area of the old glasses. Now I can estimate distances and position of moving objects. I can kick a moving ball again with some accuracy. My lens type is "premium".
The yellow sunglass clip-on is very mildly polarized. It makes horizontal reflections yellow, and vertical bluish. That is a bit pity. I don't know, if that is common feature with light yellow lenses. Anyway, you can't easily see fish under water surface and the glare of wet road is not much suppressed. The dark clip-on is polarized and it really takes away horizontal reflections from water and ice. Not worse than my previous Polaroid branded. The yellow is usable for snow and cloudy weather and it improves contrasts as it should.
I like clip on, because they take less space than two classes. However, there is no proper holder case provided for clip-ons. Only a large box for delivery and a microfiber fabric bag. Luckily I can use my old Polaroid clip-on box. The magnetic connection is at least as good as in my old FILA by Luxottica-classes used to have. The clip on has no frame, unlikelike both my old glasses had. Outlook is more like clip on than "real" sunglasses. The magnets are also on top of the nose bridge, not close the hinges. These will work better after slight deformation. The clip on is cheap to manufacture, but does its job fine.
I adjusted the nose pieces by myself. It was easy with electronics pliers. I used some tape to cushion the pliers. The nose pieces are attached to quite long and multiple bent wires. So no need to make sharp bends and likely the adjustment can be made multiple times without breaking.
One funny feature was the arms that seem to be separated from the classes. It takes time to adapt that there is a gap in the view between the frame and the arm. That is basically good thing. Just the brains seem to be worried about black arm that seems not connected to the frame as before. The arm is also thicker than in my old glasses.
These are my first glasses from SS. I am very happy with them. The outlook has bit Spock-style look, as someone already stated. Or maybe the look is sporty. But different anyway.
Fit - As expected I'd recommend this product
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22 - Bridge size (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 14 - 24.
50 - Lens width (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 40 - 62.
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