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Sacuba glasses are sunglasses that will clean themselves, so you'll never have to clean them off with a cloth or your clothing. You'll even be able to clean these sunglasses while you're wearing them, without the use of any chemicals or water. The frames contain built-in high-quality microfiber pads, so all you'll need to do is move your lenses up and down within the frames to clean them. With these glasses, you'll also receive three sets of interchangeable lenses in different shades, giving you a total of four sets.
The cost of Sacuba is $59.95 plus $6.95 shipping, for a total price of $66.90.
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As you move the lenses of these sunglasses up and down, they'll come in contact with the microfiber pads that are built into the inside of the frames, and these pads will clean them. The pads are strong enough to remove dirt and sweat but will be gentle enough on your lenses to avoid scratching or otherwise damaging them. After you move your lenses up and down against the microfiber pads several times, you can return them to their original position. When you look through them again, you'll notice that they're much cleaner and clearer than they were before. If they're not clean enough for you yet, just move them up and down a few more times.
Each pair of Sacuba sunglasses comes with four sets of lenses that can be quickly swapped for one another. You'll be able to change both your left and right lens at once since they're connected within each set. For activities like boating, driving, and cycling, you'll probably want to use the polarized gray lenses, unless you're in rainy, foggy or low-light conditions. In those cases, the yellow lenses may be best. The amber lenses are best for blocking out blue light, while the clear lenses are ideal when you need eye protection but don't need to block out any light.
Regardless of which lenses you've slid into the frames, you'll get a 180-degree field of vision—a complete half-circle—with these sunglasses. Not only will you be able to see straight in front of you, but also to each side of you without having to peer out from underneath them.
The frames of each pair of Sacuba sunglasses are made from a plastic polymer called Grilamid TR90, which means they're more durable than the standard plastic frames found on many pairs of sunglasses. Each set of frames also has rubber temple tips that are soft enough to feel comfortable against your skin but sturdy enough to hold your glasses firmly against your head. Due to being made with strong materials, one pair of these sunglasses may last you for years, even if you wear them frequently.
With each pair of sunglasses, you'll get a hard black carrying case that you can store your glasses in when you're not using them, and a flotation cord. If you attach the flotation cord to your sunglasses when you're wearing them in or near water, you'll guarantee that they won't sink to the bottom of a river or lake.
When it's sunny out, if you wear a pair of these sunglasses, both your eyes and your physical body will be much safer than they would be if you chose to go without. Aside from protecting your eyes from potentially harmful UV rays, you'll be able to spot obstacles in your environment more quickly than you would if you weren't wearing them. That means you'll be able to identify and move away from things such as predatory bugs or a stone sailing towards your head before they can hurt you.
If you're participating in outdoor sports that involve balls or other targets, your performance may be improved once you start wearing Sacuba sunglasses, since you'll be able to see what's going on more clearly. The same goes if you're doing a job that requires you to examine things precisely, especially from a distance. Without any glare blocking your view, your vision will automatically become much sharper.
In the past, with another type of sunglasses, you've probably had to bring along a cloth and perhaps a liquid spray to clean them, or have been forced to put up with a dirty view. Fortunately, when you start wearing Sacuba sunglasses instead, you won't have to bring along any cleaning supplies, as they'll be built right into your glasses. This'll give you more room in your vehicle or backpack (or whatever you're using to store things) for other important items. Alternatively, if there's nothing else you need to carry, you may be able to go hands-free.
These sunglasses will work well for anyone who doesn't wear prescription glasses, but there's no option to get a prescription built into them if you do. There's no way to clip the lenses to an ordinary pair of glasses, either, and even if you were to do so, you'd have to go without the microfiber pads. The only other option would be to wear these sunglasses overtop of your regular eyeglasses, but they may not fit very well and could slip off.
Although the microfiber pads attached to the frames of each pair of sunglasses are high-quality, they could get worn down over a number of years, especially if you clean your glasses with them often. If you were to need to replace them, it might be difficult to find replacement pads in the right size and attach them to the frames yourself.
The frames of each pair of Sacuba sunglasses are flexible, so the one size that they come in will likely fit the majority of adults. However, these sunglasses may be too big for children to wear, except for those children whose heads are larger than average. It would be helpful if a smaller size of these sunglasses for children could be introduced, so kids could experience the benefits that come with using them, too.
If you use another type of sunglasses, you may spend tons of time looking for the perfect cloth that won't scratch them up, and a safe cleaning solution that'll remove any dirt quickly. After they get dirty, you'll also have to spend many minutes applying water or a cleaning solution and then gently rubbing each individual lens with your cloth or shirt. When you start wearing Sacuba sunglasses, though, you won't have to put even close to as much time into cleaning your glasses. You'll be able to rub the lenses against the built-in microfiber pads for just 30 seconds or so, and in most cases, they'll end up perfectly clean after that.
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