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Endura Snapper Glasses

Light Reactive lenses use photochromic technology for a rapid response to changing light conditions. The lenses respond in 7 seconds to light exposure and offer full UV protection according to the standard EN1836.

Features:

  • 2 piece light reactive (photochromic) lens that adjust to changing light conditions
  • Light weight TR90 frame
  • Rubber touch temple tips for secure grip
  • Soft rubber touch moulded nose piece
  • Supplied complete with hardcase and soft wipe microfibre carry pouch
  • 100% UV protection in compliance with EN1836

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  • Colour: Deep Shiny Black
 
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tough, comfortable, versatile I've been riding regularly with these glasses for nearly 2 years. Very comfortable, they stay on your face very well. I agree that rubber came unstuck (the side grippers came off after a few rides and the nose came off after about 18 months, but instead of crying about it, I super-glued it back on and that was the last of it! I can't really fault it given the treatment I gave them... profusely sweating, roughly washing glasses in the sink etc... Lenses are pretty tough are reasonably scratch resistant It can take a little time for the glasses to adjust to darker surroundings and I have felt they are a little dark when going in and out of the woods, but maybe I am expecting a little too much! As a final recommendation, beat the panic, pull the rubber bits off when they are new and clean and get in there with the superglue from the get-go! (For road and night time commuting I use Endura Stingrays, as they come with completely clear lenses) 03 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for the money At first I was a little disappointed - I was expecting to see these noticeably change colour with changing light, but any change was barely noticeable. However, regardless of how unapparent the colour change is - on the bike they are great! They protect the eyes without having to squint in the bright sunshine, and then when dropping into the dark trees, it was as if I wasn't wearing any shades at all - both sunny and shady, these give you clear and sharp vision. For this price bracket these are great! 23 August 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by rubbish Frame paint rubbed off easily and nose/ear pieces came unstuck after a couple of uses, it seems the sweat dissolved the glue. I returned one pair and the second did exactly the same so I got rid of them. The lenses were ok but that wasn't much use when they kept falling off my face. 21 February 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Comfortable and excellent in sunlight and shade. I cannot fault these sunglasses in any way with regards to performance. They are great in any light conditions and are comfortable to wear. They don't mist up which is great as I had this with my previous glasses and it was a real pain. The only reason I have not given 4 stars is that I have had t return both pairs due to the rubber section at the end of the arm coming off and being lost. If I hadn't letting would probably have superglued and carried on but come on Endura! How hard is it to make a piece of rubber stay on? Such a shame as its a great product otherwise. 12 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great glasses at a good price. I've covered over 1000 miles with these glasses and I'm really pleased with them. The first time I put them on I thought they might be a little tight, but I've never noticed them since, even on 12 hour days. The reactive lenses work well, they could be a little darker in the brightest sunshine, but I've never felt overwhelmed by the sun. The reaction time is good as well going from sunlight into shaded areas. Unlike some "cycling" glasses, the lenses are offset upwards slightly, which puts them into the correct position when your on the bike. Even though you don't notice them on, they seem to be welded to your face, meaning they never move, which is good. The rubber sock on one of the arms came loose in a very heavy rain storm, but I only noticed when I took them off at the end of the day. I'm sure a bit of super glue will sort this out though. If it wasn't for this they'd have 5 stars. 12 August 2011
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Do these change to clear during dark/night - ie could they be used for night/twilight riding?

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I've skied in the dark with them on clear nights, so yes
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You would have to carry and change the lenses to suit your needs
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