Bass Pro Shops Fish Eyes 7-1352B Bifocal Polarized Sunglasses
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Bass Pro Shops® Fish Eyes Polarized Sunglasses feature lightweight acrylic lenses with optically centered bifocal magnifiers to boost vision for all day comfort on the water. Advanced polarized lens coating filters out horizontally reflected glare and blocks 100% UVA/UVB, allowing you to see through the surface of the water. Fish Eyes Bifocals are available in +1.50 (weak), +2.00 (medium) and +2.50 (strong) magnifying strengths.
- Lightweight acrylic lenses
- Optically centered bifocal magnifiers
- Polarized lens coating filters out horizontally reflected glare
- Blocks 100% UVA/UVB rays
Bifocal lenses make tying knots a breeze!
Bass Pro Shops® Fish Eyes Bifocal Polarized Sunglasses
I have used and abused my fish eyes for a year and a half and they still look like the day I opened the box. If you are looking for reading glasses or driving glasses look elsewhere. But it you are looking for fishing bifocals - these are it. Save your money on the more expensive brands and buy some more tackle! You will not be disappointed.
September 24, 2012
Great for my bad eyes
For a long time I have been seeking "reading sunglasses" to use in the cockpit (I am a private pilot). The Fish Eyes are PERFECT. They fit good, look good, and more importantly, allow me to view flight instruments and aeronautical charts easily in less than ideal lighting conditions.
October 5, 2011
I wear these daily for work and fishing and all other outdoor adventures. the price is tough to beat and I use the product hard! Spring, summer, fall & winter. they take a beating and are always ready for more. Keep the lenses clean and check the screws occaisionally and they will last you. I get about 18 months of service before I need another pair. The price is hard to beat.
September 15, 2011
try before you buy
I took a chance and bought the glasses without trying them on, mistake. The maginfying lense is not tinted which I could see from the photo. I just did not reailze how much glare comes through that space. However that is not the big issue, at lease for me. The magnifying lense come up into your normal vision when you are looking straight ahead. The magnifying lense needs to only be a thin slice just for tieing knots.
September 23, 2010
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