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Polaryte HD Sunglasses are a special new type of sun glass set that lets you polarize what you see, change colors, and more. You can prepare for summer in style with these polarizing sunglasses. When you purchase the sunglasses you have the option of getting one, two, or three clip on lenses. This means that you get the regular glasses first and foremost then you can order clip bonds to cut out glare and provide high definition vision.
The cost of Polaryte HD Sunglasses is $59.98 plus $9.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Polaryte HD Sunglasses by paying an extra fee of $0.00 for a total price of $69.97.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: polaryte.com
Each set you order comes with a fashionable tortoise shell that has a hard case and a microfiber cloth so that you can clean your glasses anywhere you need.
The sunglasses look great, they enhance your vision, and they protect your eyes.
They optimize clarity and contrast when you were wearing them.
They cut out glare so that you can drive safely.
They reduce squinting and strain on your eyes.
When you purchase these glasses you can find them in black or a delightful brown print.
The technology built into these glasses optimizes every color so you see warmer yellows, vibrant greens, radiant reds, and saturated blues.
Light reflected from different services like flat roads or smooth water is usually horizontally polarized. This horizontal polarization can create annoying and often dangerous intensities of light which you look at as glare. With these special polarized lenses there is a special filter the blocks this type of intense reflected light which helps to reduce glare no matter where you are wearing them.
Unlike regular sunglasses these glasses do not darken the world. Instead they make it safer for you to drive by cutting through the glare and providing high-definition contrast, color, and clarity. They are made from high-grade plastic and according to the website are virtually indestructible. The polarized lenses are scratch proof so each time you drop them you don't have to worry about breaking them. That said almost every set of polarized glasses you will find on the market including those you find at the grocery store when you check out can have polarized lenses. They will have them which provide the same type of glare resistance or scratch resistance.
There isn't a whole lot of information listed about the company nor about the product itself. In fact the explanation on their limited FAQs for how the glasses work is a copied and 100% pasted results from Google search. Google has one website listed as the highest ranking site for answering the question, how does a polarized lens work. This website is all about vision and the first two paragraphs that answer the question are literally copied and pasted onto the website for this product.
Potential copyright infringement aside this is just very bad behavior and obviously means that the company themselves did not put a whole lot of work into creating their website. In fact the website is very plain, with few moving images unlimited text and a handful of pictures. You will find limited information beyond what is provided.
There are magnets embedded in the stems of the glasses so when you click them onto your shirts or onto a purse they actually locked shut. This makes it easier to clip them onto your person and reduce the risk of losing them.
These glasses will provide 100% protection from UVA and UVB rays.
These glasses can be worn all the time. You can wear them when you are driving, skiing, fishing, walking around, or even at the beach.
You get two pairs technically for free when you order one so you can give one away as a gift or simply keep one as a backup. If you feel so inclined you can also simply order one in black and one in the brown printer that you have both options when and where you want them.
There are only the brown print and the black colors available.
They are purportedly only available in one size so this does make it almost impossible for younger children to wear the more people who have differently sized faces.
There are no other shapes available besides the one oval-shaped so people who have a preference for Rounder shaped glasses will not be able to use these.
When you wear them the different lenses the lens inside can pop out of place if you drop them. So while they might be scratch proof, there is no information to tell you whether it is the actual frame which is scratch proof or the lenses interchangeable which are scratch proof. Nonetheless, just be advised that they can pop out if they fall which doesn't reflect poorly on the function ability or the efficiency of the glasses. It just means that they might pop out and you have to put them back in.
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