Aviator Style Mirrored Sunglasses99 - UV 400 Protection | Designer Unisex Shades 99p delivered at Ebay / uk_street_apparel - HotUKDeals
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The only worrying thing about cheap sun glasses is that they can destroy your eyes..
Without an expensive UV measuring instrument you have no way of knowing if the claimed UV protection is true :|
I still have a pair of these type of shades in my draw.. I wore them for a while before getting worried

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#1
ordered. thx
#2
just ordered. thanks
#3
For the price these are great, however as you can imagine they aren't hardwearing they scratch easily but they're fairly comfy, and you certainly can't complain about the quality for 99p, "oh no i got a scratch on it" - orders another pair 8)
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The only worrying thing about cheap sun glasses is that they can destroy your eyes..
Without an expensive UV measuring instrument you have no way of knowing if the claimed UV protection is true :|
I still have a pair of these type of shades in my draw.. I wore them for a while before getting worried
#5
Ta much. Just ordered
#6
Ordered some of these last year when they popped up on here - still got them in my car now. They're a little scratched due to me throwing them around a bit but other than that, very comfy and do the job well :) ordering some again
3 Likes #7
Not sure where the deal is here? Can find hundreds of cheap 99p stuff on eBay as well as in pound shops. Cold from me.
1 Like #8
Don't need them but ordered
3 Likes #9
i have worn a pair of these and a pair of guess aviators sunglasses. The difference is worlds apart. These are your eyes, keep them protected in the sun. You can buy another pair of cheap glasses but not another pair of eyes. Be careful and be safe.
#10
For fancy dress only!
3 Likes #11
justicesj
i have worn a pair of these and a pair of guess aviators sunglasses. The difference is worlds apart. These are your eyes, keep them protected in the sun. You can buy another pair of cheap glasses but not another pair of eyes. Be careful and be safe.
not going a little OTT?
#12
Cheers op
#13
Need a cheap pair of sunglasses to prevent sun glare whilst driving. These look perfect for the price with delivery!
#14
The majority of crap on eBay is this cheap not a deal at all, I won't vote hot or cold. Pull your money out and get some ray bans ;)
1 Like #15
coolstar
Need a cheap pair of sunglasses to prevent sun glare whilst driving. These look perfect for the price with delivery!

Then you should get some proper polarised sunglasses, not the ones above.
#16
Out of interest even if they don't have the claimed solar protection. Is wearing cheap sunglasses with no protection worse than wearing no sun glasses?
3 Likes #17
alexus
Out of interest even if they don't have the claimed solar protection. Is wearing cheap sunglasses with no protection worse than wearing no sun glasses?
Yes it is. Without sunglasses you will squint and reduce the amount of harmful UV light entering the eye. With sunglasses that provide little/no UV protection, your eyes are wide open to harmful UV light.
1 Like #18
okdasleuth
alexus
Out of interest even if they don't have the claimed solar protection. Is wearing cheap sunglasses with no protection worse than wearing no sun glasses?
Yes it is. Without sunglasses you will squint and reduce the amount of harmful UV light entering the eye. With sunglasses that provide little/no UV protection, your eyes are wide open to harmful UV light.

Is that a fact or your theory? :|
#19
Bought mine! - Thanks op
#20
I saw this on a coupons-related Facebook page at midnight, haha. I was half-tempted but the reviews put me off a bit.
#21
markkeenan
okdasleuth
alexus
Out of interest even if they don't have the claimed solar protection. Is wearing cheap sunglasses with no protection worse than wearing no sun glasses?
Yes it is. Without sunglasses you will squint and reduce the amount of harmful UV light entering the eye. With sunglasses that provide little/no UV protection, your eyes are wide open to harmful UV light.

Is that a fact or your theory? :|
It's a fact m8 - google it!
#22
These will be terrible, save your money
#23
130 people have bought this item in the past hour.

This is what HUKD causes lol
1 Like #24
okdasleuth
markkeenan
okdasleuth
alexus
Out of interest even if they don't have the claimed solar protection. Is wearing cheap sunglasses with no protection worse than wearing no sun glasses?
Yes it is. Without sunglasses you will squint and reduce the amount of harmful UV light entering the eye. With sunglasses that provide little/no UV protection, your eyes are wide open to harmful UV light.
Is that a fact or your theory? :|
It's a fact m8 - google it!

I just was actually after I posted, and you are 100% correct, the darkness of the glass will make your pupils bigger letting in more harmful rays:

Glasses that don’t block UV rays may offer some relief from visible light and reduce your need to squint, but the additional exposure to UVA and UVB can be harmful. “Let’s suppose you put on a very dark pair of sunglasses,” Bizer says, “Your pupil opens up, it dramatically changes in size from half a millimeter to 5 or 6 millimeters. It’s an enormous increase, and now you’re allowing much more [harmful light] into your eyes than if you didn’t wear the cheap sunglasses at all.
#25
i had these i ended up binning them and buying some real sunglasses these have no protection might be cheap but will not be good for you in the long run....
#26
So the UV 400 protection cannot be trusted with these. Anyone recommend a decent paid of glasses just for driving? don't wear them otherwise.
#27
perfect spares.

If your worried about uv ratings then foster grant ones are sold in poundland:)
#28
we all know about Uv but it's a pound. Got some for the car, does the job. unless your looking to spend lots on a decent pair then you never really know what protection you're really getting.
#29
jonwalk
unless your looking to spend lots on a decent pair then you never really know what protection you're really getting.

I disagree, but I guess it depends on what you class as 'lots'.

I don't think £10 is lots, and for under £10 you can go into plenty of reputable stores and buy sunglasses knowing they'll be as advertised, and conform to all necessary EU standards.

Do your eyes a favour. Boots have theirs at half price at the mo, starting from just a fiver. Link.
#30
markkeenan
and you are 100% correct, the darkness of the glass will make your pupils bigger letting in more harmful rays

That assumes that the glasses don't block UV as much as they block visible light. A window, for example, will block only about 5% of visible light, but blocks around 90% of the higher-frequency UV-B and UV-C light. I don't know the figures for sunglasses lenses, but I'd be surprised if they let through more UV than visible light.

Independent tests on cheap sunglasses show most are just as good as expensive ones at blocking UV. That doesn't, of course, mean that these ones will do so.
#31
Dodge62
markkeenan
and you are 100% correct, the darkness of the glass will make your pupils bigger letting in more harmful rays
That assumes that the glasses don't block UV as much as they block visible light. A window, for example, will block only about 5% of visible light, but blocks around 90% of the higher-frequency UV-B and UV-C light. I don't know the figures for sunglasses lenses, but I'd be surprised if they let through more UV than visible light.Independent tests on cheap sunglasses show most are just as good as expensive ones at blocking UV. That doesn't, of course, mean that these ones will do so.

Could that be because the glass in the window is much thicker?
#32
99p sunglasses....

:/
#33
you can never have too many pairs of these when you have a 1 and a half year old son who likes to try them on... then bend them
#34
How are these 'Designer' when they are generic cheapo shades?

If I saw these in a Pound shop and they had 'Designer Sunglasses' written on the box I would just laugh.
#35
I never understand the rules with ebay and spam rules on this site.
#37
Gotta agree with okdasleuth (and the others), try looking in a mirror, put your "sunglasses" on give it a few seconds and take them off - you can watch your own pupils dilate - this is not fiction! I had a hard time convincing my friends that 3D glasses (The gray lensed ones) weren't good as sunglasses!
Yes - I know this is HotUKdeals, however I think it's good to let others know the dangers of wearing non-UV rated sunglasses!
#38
These ARE uv rated, but people don't trust the rating.
1 Like #39
Aviator one is £1.49
#40
Better off ordering a decent pair.

Got some genuine Ray Bans imported from Amazon US for £40 from a deal on here! I believe it's still available if you sign up to their fashion newsletter :)

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