Duco Polarized Sports Sunglasses with 5 Interchangeable Lenses UV400 - £11.25 Prime / £15.24 Non-Prime Sold by DUCO Network Technology Co., Ltd. and Fulfilled by Amazon. - HotUKDeals
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Duco Polarized Sports Sunglasses with 5 Interchangeable Lenses UV400 - £11.25 Prime / £15.24 Non-Prime Sold by DUCO Network Technology Co., Ltd. and Fulfilled by Amazon.

£11.25 @ Amazon
Looks like a good deal for decent bins. £18.99 is the cheapest price elsewhere. LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN--It is ideal for usage by motorcycle and cycling, driving, running, fishing, racing, skiing and cl… Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Looks like a good deal for decent bins. £18.99 is the cheapest price elsewhere.

LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN--It is ideal for usage by motorcycle and cycling, driving, running, fishing, racing, skiing and climbing, Trekking or other outdoor activities enthusiasts.Inner frame can be used for shortsighted lenses.
FRAME AND LENS--High quality Polycarbonate material and durable enough for long time using and also have 100% UV protection. 5 Functional Shatterproof Interchangeable Lens. The Main Gray lens is Polarized lenses against strong Sunlight, the Other 4 Lenses are colored sunglasses for Different Environmental Condition. All lenses have 100% UV400 Protection Coating, block 100% of UVA, UVB and UVC rays, and harmful blue light.
LIFETIME BREAKAGE WARRANTY ON FRAME&LENS--All DUCO Sunglasses are provided lifetime warranty. Whatever the reason is, you can have Lifetime Breakage Warranty on Frame & Lens.
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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#1
£15
#2
pretty decent price or could go for a pair of foakley jawbreakers for the same money :P
#3
Voted cold because 'bins'

That said if i wanted a pair of sunglasses to wear whilst riding my motorbike to my ski chalet where ice fishing is also available i'd probably buy.
#4
Any advice for someone who needs these things to keep the wind out of his eyes while cycling but needs prescription glasses? Are there suitable lens inserts maybe or goggles that'd go over regular glasses?
#5
Expired. £15
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These are truly awful! :|

Still, there'll be a bunch of 2nd hand BMW drivers queuing up to get these...
#7
CampGareth
Any advice for someone who needs these things to keep the wind out of his eyes while cycling but needs prescription glasses? Are there suitable lens inserts maybe or goggles that'd go over regular glasses?
I've been thinking about these, although haven't ordered a pair yet.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/172631660860?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&var=471446585820&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
#8
CampGareth
Any advice for someone who needs these things to keep the wind out of his eyes while cycling but needs prescription glasses? Are there suitable lens inserts maybe or goggles that'd go over regular glasses?

They come with a pair of frame inserts for glasses users, so you can take those to your optician and get them to add lenses.
#9
one2omg
These are truly awful! :|

I have them and like them :/
#10
rooklive
one2omg
These are truly awful! :|
I have them and like them :/

Oh...
#11
I have these as a cheap pair to have knocking around for when you forget your 'main' glasses or for a second car, they are perfectly fine for that but lets face it nobody is going to mistake them for a £200 pair of oakleys. I actually found myself leaving the yellow lenses in for night driving and found they do soften the headlight glare somewhat, although as OP mentions the yellows aren't polarised so somewhat limited in how useful they can be.

I found since having my eyes lasered my eyes are naturally more sensitive to light glare at night and these do help a little bit, but if anyone can recommend better night driving glasses i'd appreciate it...
#12
CampGareth
Any advice for someone who needs these things to keep the wind out of his eyes while cycling but needs prescription glasses? Are there suitable lens inserts maybe or goggles that'd go over regular glasses?


I use these glasses for cycling with the prescription inserts. They are fine for keeping the breeze and insects / dust out, no problems. For the money, they perform surprisingly well. I got the glasses for the inserts from ciliary blue for £15. Ciliary blue are brilliant.
After a month or so I bought another pair of the same. So now I have a dark lens in one for brighter days and a plain lens in one for murky days so I don't have to fiddle with the lenses and waste time.

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