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Polarized Clip on Sunglasses for Prescription/Myopia Eyeglasses Outdoor/Driving

Price:PKR. 3,968.00 /

Asin: B0792T8LBN
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?SAVED $350.This polarizing clip works just like the expensive prescription sunglasses you buy. ?ABSOLUTE LIFESAVER. Reduce eye fatigue and prevent glare. More clear vision, driving safer. ?BEAUTIFUL AND SUPERLIGH. The clip DO NOT have that big, ugly hinge in the middle .Only weigh 4 g, feel as never wear it, ideal for cycling, driving, running, fishing, racing, skiing, climbing, trekking hiking and other outdoor activities. ?BEST CLIP-ON SUNGLASSES EVER. The clip is sturdy and Legs have soft rubber to protect lens. Polarized lens reduce glare reflected off of roads, bodies of water, snow. ?ONE YEAR WARRANTY. We provide 365 days quality assurance commitment, quality problems occur within 365 days free returns and delivery services by the FBA.
C. Hall
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2018

Review:I bought these to try on my toddler's Dilli Dalli brand flexible frame glasses to try to save over $150 on prescription sunglasses. The pictures show the before shot and then after I trimmed them down with a sharp pair of scissors. I wasn't expecting it to be perfect, but I think they will work just fine for the brief periods we need them, and the price is right!!! Read more

Ridge Road
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2018

Review:This review is for the yellow-tinted clip ons (not sure why Amazon combines reviews for different items, but anyway)--these are great. As I advance towards the sunset of my life, I find myself increasingly blinded by the actual sunset and also by oncoming headlights when driving at night. These clip-ons were the perfect solution--they decrease the glare enough so I am not distracted, but can still see everything clearly. And they are easy to take on and off so you can just slip them off when stopping for gas if you are so inclined. Read more

ComputerGuy
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2021

Review:When I got my last pair of glasses the optician offered polarized Clip ons that attach with magnets. They were $150 a piece and I had money back then and bought a black one and a yellow one for night driving. These were so great and easy that I can not live without them. Fast forward to now…. I needed new glasses, the magnet option was not offered and I do not want to spend the money to buy new ones. So I DIYed them for me. I needed to drill holes into my expensive glasses and I had no idea if this would work without destroying them so I used my old glasses to test the drilling. Here is what you need: - Rotary tool like a Dremel. I had this and it worked great: TACKLIFE Cordless Rotary Tool - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075N68KRZ It had all the bits I needed to drill and its easier to use than a huge dremel. - LUFF Polarized Clip on Sunglasses in brown and yellow. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GLC9LC8 I picked those because the clip spring can be easily removed so only the bridge is left. - Magnets. Small thin ones. I used 4mm x 1mm round magnets. You can find those on Amazon too. - And last (Optional) UV glue. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XJ28LZP To seal the holes and cover the magnets. Plus if you buy just the glue you need a UV lamp to set the glue or you buy a kit with a UV LED like Bondic. This stuff is so useful for all kinds of things. Step 1: You remove the spring and the parts that press the clip on to your glasses. I just used some pliers. Only the bridge will be left. Step 2: You hold the Clip ons onto your glasses and see if they are bigger and mark the overhanging parts with a sharpie. Then you trim/sand away all those parts. The rotary tool has the right attachment for that. You do not have to but it made them more custom. Maybe buy 2 pairs and practice on one first. Now you have a customized pair of Clip ons that fit your glasses perfectly. Step 3: Mark (carefully) the position you want the magnets to be. As close to the left and right edge as possible but not too close that you can break the lens. That is the frightening part. You use the rotary tool to drill a very small hole and then use that hole and the cone shaped bit to make it bigger. Do this very slowly. You do not want to melt the lens or have it get too hot. Just do it in steps and remove all the debris every time you stop. Try if the magnet fits and if not then continue. But DO NOT drill bigger than the magnet. So go slowly until the magnet fits and you can press it into the hole and it is stuck. No glue needed. Step 4: Seal the back of the glasses with the UV glue. Fill the hole up and harden it. This way no dirt can catch in there and it makes it a little nicer. But you do not have to. **That was the delicate part. If this goes wrong you have ruined (maybe) an expensive pair of glasses so think twice before you do this and practice on an old pair or buy a cheap pair or used pair to practice and see how this works.** Step 5: Do the same with your Clip ons. If you ruin those, you just buy another pair. Not expensive and try again. Make sure to insert the magnets so that they attract each other. But if not, pop them out and turn them around. No big deal. Step 6: Magnets are brittle. I have noticed that after some use they flake off and you will get dark grey magnet dust around your magnets and they can even break. You click magnet to magnet over and over again. To prevent that I coat the Clip on inserted magnets with the UV glue. At least the parts that touch each other. Coat ONLY the magnet in the Clip on not the magnet in the glasses. If you coat both, you will loose too much strength of the magnets, plus it looks better without the glue on your glasses. It works great and gives a soft buffer. Plus. I have noticed you can use this to color the outside part of the magnet. A silver disk sticks out visually on black Clip ons. So I painted them with a sharpie (yellow for yellow and black for brown and black Clip ons) and put a drop of UV glue on top. It looks shiny and full black after you do that. Then Harden the glue. Done. I have done this 5 times by now. I have 2 pairs of progressive glasses in two very different shapes and created a black and orange clip on for the big glasses and brown, black and yellow for the smaller ones. I put magnets on my sun visor in my car. Metal would work too - Just less strong. So now the Clip ons are attached to the visor when I do not use them and with one move they go from the visor to my glasses while I drive. If the magnets ever break… No problem. Since they are hopefully not glued in (and you were careful while you drilled so you did not have to use glue to keep them in there) you can just pop them out and put new ones in. The professional Clip ons: The magnets are smaller and are inserted on the front and do not go all the way through. The lenses are better quality and really custom to your glasses. You have to send in your glasses for them to do this. So yes... if you have the money do that, but for $150 (4 years ago) a piece... My solution is cheaper with the same function. $15 Clip ons, $8 magnets, The rotary tool I had but it was $19 and the glue I had too but it was $10 for (no name refill or $22 for the Bondic kit. The original Bondic lasted me for several years Best part is you can layer them. You know the time of the day when the sun is so low - below your visor - and you are driving towards the sun and can not see a thing. If you have two of those Clip ons. Like a black and brown one. They stick to each other. I put one on top of the other. The magnets work that way. I can see and they are easily removed while driving once the sun is below the horizon. Read more

Laura F.
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2018

Review:These are exactly what I was looking for. They don't fit my glasses exactly, but I wasn't going to find any that did. My favorite thing is how simple the clasp is. Easy on. Slim, not bulky. Fits well. Update: they broke, but it was super easy to fix. They just snapped right back together. If I wasn't able to repair them, I would have bought a new pair. I really love these! Read more

DJW
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2018

Review:Contrary to the product headline and bullet information, the yellow clip-on is NOT polarized. Read more

David Johnson
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2020

Review:My Nautica half-frame glasses were the best prescription glasses I ever had, and they were just collecting dust on a shelf since I switched to progressive lenses. Well, this set of clip-on sunglasses gave them new life as a set of dedicated sunglasses for driving. They are plenty dark, look good, fit well, and don't seem to add any significant weight to the glasses. Highly recommended! Read more

msn
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2019

Review:Can't get clip on sunglasses through my ophthalmology department so mail order is the best option. These were reasonably priced but of course I was a bit dubious, buying sight unseen. I was happily surprised when they arrived in the mail just a few days later. Each pair came in a nice protective box and were just as described. I wouldn't say super high quality but a great value for what I paid. They fit nicely over my glasses and cover 100 percent of the lens. The polarized plastic works well. If you're looking for a great value for clip on sunglasses, I recommend these. Read more

Kindle Customer
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2019

Review:These sunglasses are nicely lightweight, and because they attach via the bridge with a leg rather than the Dewayne Wayne flip style, I do not constantly have to push my glasses up. My last pair were the spring loaded, flip on the sides kind, so that's double weight. I got the black and they're nice and dark. They reduce the glare off the mountains, and the rear windshield in of the cars in front of you. The hard case is nice, sturdy, soft on the inside. It comes with a nice cleaning cloth which is good, because putting on and off the chances of smudging them is kinda high. But overall great product, feel confident going into water. Read more

Long John
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 9, 2021

Review:I chose these polarised clip ons mostly for driving. I had made the mistake if getting some prescription polarised specs made up a couple of years ago - although basically good, they stop you being able to view a lot of tech screens - like tablets, phones and some satnavs which have a polarised layer in their LED screen construction, so be warned. The great thing with these is that you can just slip them off if they are stopping you reading something in a screen. They have a light spring hinged mechanism which is both discreet and effective. These fit my frameless specs perfectly without scratching or catching. My teenage daughter forbid my from having the flip up style ones, which are apparently 'sad' like shoes that do up with velcro! Very pleased with the fit and finish. I bought the plain polarised grey and the metallic blue sheen, which looks nice but is grey to look through, in case you're wondering; it's just a surface finish. Good price, well made and barely visible when fitted, unlike the 'sad' flip up type which apparently anyone over 40 is forbidden to wear! Read more

geoff-in-wales
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 8, 2021

Review:Poor fit. Width was fine but they are very shallow top to bottom. Quality OK but not brilliant. If your prescription glasses are small give them a try. Would have returned them but not allowed to. Read more

ewen cairns
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 7, 2021

Review:Perfect for my prescription rimless glasses.Good fit and easy to fit on. Read more

Brian Thomson
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 11, 2021

Review:Great for during the day in bright sunshine .. Read more

Lea
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 3, 2021

Review:PERFECT 👌 I need it this for my prescription glasses, and fits perfectly. Now I don't need a sunglasses anymore. Recommended this product. Read more

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