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Old 05-22-2013, 05:39 PM
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Default Re: Sunglasses

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Originally Posted by jaybo41 View Post
Ok, I have to ask...

How did you put together the idea of a lens cleaning solution as alternative to new glasses from Jackster's post?

Jackster, I'm with you. I keep going back to Maui. I have a pair of Revo glasses I use for driving and have started to use for lower light conditions but I grab the Maui's with HCL Bronze more often than not.

Before a recent trip, I stopped in a Sunglasses hut and tried the Maui HT lenses on to compare them to Ray Ban's green polarized lens. There was no comparison. If they had the frames I was looking for in stock I'd have bought them. Those are the lenses most suitable for low light conditions. All I can say is WOW.

Jackster wrote "They have glare-free lens treatments both inside and out" I think I just saved myself some $$$.
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