XX2i Optics France 1 Polarized Sport Reader Sunglasses
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If you sometimes struggle with map reading, fret not: these have built in magnification, so you can see what you're doing without having to switch out your shades. Adjustable temple and nose pieces give a custom, non-slip fit everytime. Allows for airflow to prevent fogging. Black Gloss frame, Polarized Gray/Blue Flash lenses. Only one pair of lenses is included (two eyeballs worth)
Lifetime warranty. Hard case included that also carries spare lenses. Microfiber lens cloth included. Available in Polarized with AR Coating and mirrored lenses. Optical quality hinges for durability. Interchangeable lenses manage any light condition with ease. Durable polycarbonate lenses offer 100% UV protection. Grilamid Frame is lightweight, strong and flexible.
Average rating: based on 9 reviews.
Didn't realize how well they would work.
Richard Heerschap on 11/10/18
I had lasik eye surgery done, if you have it when you already need reading glasses, your close up reading gets worst. Like not being able to read a menu, at least now I can see maps, my phone and not have my wife order my meal.
Fits the bill
Dale Knollenberg on 9/26/18
Nicely built and light. Enjoy wearing these glasses since they arrived. Readers are just fine like other sun glasses I have worn in the past.
Very happy with these sunglasses!!
Jo Lukezic on 10/11/17
I am so happy with the glasses that my niece bought me a second pair for my birthday!!
Nice pair of readers
Long Stride on 9/17/17
I bought these for bike rides so I could read my speedometer or GPS. The have an adjustable noise piece and are polarized. They work for me.
Solved my problem perfectly
Ron Ponder on 3/17/17
I could neither read my computer nor text properly while riding my bike without resorting to taking off my shades and putting on readers. These glasses totally solved my issues. I think they actually increased my average speed compared to my Wal-Mart shades. And, no, I don't text while riding. That would be silly.
Gary Crossman on 3/3/17
They perfectly solve my problem oF having sunglasses and being able to read a map!
Magnification in the wrong place
Eddie Stinson on 2/20/17
The magnification is too far apart. I can't naturally use them. I have to turn my head to the side to look through the readers, and then can only see through one side at a time. Very disappointed.
Jack Turner on 11/21/16
These glasses work perfect after my eye surgery to replace my lenses with distance only fixed focus lenses.
Larry Albert on 11/29/15
I thought I was getting interchangeable lenses but I guess not. The case would hold them if they were there.