polarize glasses

crocky

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just wondering which glasses you find best for anti sun glare ,i have purchased several over the last year ,(some cheap ,some a bit pricey) but still had trouble with glare and focus on floats , thanks for any ideas as usual
 

carphauler

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I've got £140 Oakleys, Aldi £3.99 ones are as good plus you can get different colour lenses and not swear when you sit on them.
 

ukzero1

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I wear glasses so have to use those 'clip-on' types. I got my glasses from Specsavers so thought I'd get the 'clip-on's' from the same place. Had them about 3 or 4 years now and still nothing at all wrong with them. No glare/flare from sun hitting the water etc. and very clear. They sell the normal type too.
 

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PP123

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You won’t get better than Ray Ban chromance lenses. Not cheap but they’re amazing. I’m just about to buy another pair.
 

Ben Field

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No matter how good the lens you also need them to block light from the sides. Light getting in from the sides will reflect off of the inside of the lens and really hamper the effectiveness.
 

DFL

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A peaked cap is also an essential item along with your Polaroids.
 

PAB

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I've got £140 Oakleys, Aldi £3.99 ones are as good plus you can get different colour lenses and not swear when you sit on them.
same here and I have also got a 2 pairs of Ray bans and I think the Aldi ones are just as good.
 
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