Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous no son lo que parecen
Yo por mi trabajo llevo unas gafas de protección prácticamente de 6 a 8 horas diarias que cuestan menos de 3€ y sin problemas. Estas gafas cuando las tienes puestas mas de una hora son incomodas y molestas. Sus patas para mi son algo gruesas y producen dolor en la oreja hasta el punto de querer quitártelas.
Solo destacar que en cuanto a calidad de visión son geniales en diversas condiciones de luz. Las probaría antes de comprarlas, ya que, la imagen que vemos de ellas engaña una vez puestas.
14 October 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Definitely not photochromic
Had this for a year plus now and looking for another one for evening rides. I shelled out the money mainly because of the "photochromic" feature. It is definitely not (or as another reviewer mentioned, it has worn off!) Rather disappointed because of that although must say it looks good, fits snugly and does the business on bright days
05 September 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous pos. no frame along the top of the glass to impede vision
very light weight
neg. mine broke at the thinest place on the lens, across the nose
If they were half the price or there was a few extra lenses i could deal with the breakage but won't buy another pair.
23 February 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Good looking, but not photocromic
I've had a pair of these for about 9 months, until they fell off my helmet and split in half across the nose-bridge when they landed on the ground. Considering how light this suggests that they're very fragile - not what you want at £50 a pop. I was disappointed to find that the photocromic feature of the glasses appeared to 'wear off' within weeks of owning them. The first few times I used them, they darkened nicely with a pleasing lilac/purple tint quite rapidly, but I was very disappointed during this last sunny April to find that they'd stopped darkening altogether. Overall, they look good, are very light on the face, visibility is excellent but they are a little too expensive and fragile.
01 August 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Perfect Eyewear
Frameless glasses are the best for looking up the road. These glasses are as light and comfortable a set as I have ever owned. Good price too. Watch the screws - they come loose after a while.
31 October 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Smashing!
Nice and light on the head, suit my wide face, dark enough for the queensland sun - quite upswept which is good when you are riding. Very "bikey" looking so you look a complete nob wearing them off the bike!. The white ones have lime green rubbery bits.
25 April 2010