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Polarised Sunglasses from 3rd Aug £3.99 at ALDI

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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Protect your eyes from sunlight glare to help you find fish from dawn until dusk.

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1 Like #1
Anyone bought any yet, and if so thoughts? OP have you bought any?

.... EDIT
ok ok im on nightshift... i think i'll leave the site till sunrise.

Edited By: LightningPete on Jul 29, 2014 01:46: reply to those that replied. with my mistake
3 Likes #2
LightningPete
Anyone bought any yet, and if so thoughts? OP have you bought any?

3rd August

Edited By: tinman41 on Jul 28, 2014 22:59
#3
LightningPete
Anyone bought any yet, and if so thoughts? OP have you bought any?

From Sunday
13 Likes #4
Hi, I just got back in my time machine. Very happy with mine.
1 Like #5
Hope they are polarised,could due with a spare pair.
2 Likes #6
A good way to tell if these are actually polarized would be to try them on, turn on your phones screen and slowly rotate.

If the screen becomes obscured, black, "splodgey" or significantly darker then the glasses are truly polarized and ideal for driving. If not they aren't..
I'm not sure how universal phones are in regards to polarization..
#7
When i have my glasses on in the car all the digital information disappears.
#8
I get them every year, they are the so good for the price far better than some I have paid £25 for
8 Likes #9
tinman41
When i have my glasses on in the car all the digital information disappears.

That happens to me even without glasses mainly because I drive a Morris Minor.
#10
I think once the comments roll in these glasses will really start to polarise opinion (aw come on it's late and I did think of that all by myself).
1 Like #11
airmobile
I get them every year, they are the so good for the price far better than some I have paid £25 for
So do they only last a year then?
#12
DAMNOME
Hi, I just got back in my time machine. Very happy with mine.


Lol
#13
Alanjuk
airmobile
I get them every year, they are the so good for the price far better than some I have paid £25 for
So do they only last a year then?

Or less and he is waiting for sales.
#14
Got a pair last year and they are excellent for the money, no problems thus far. easy to change lenses, comfortable. Excellent for cyclists and u can't argue at this price.
#15
I got some last year. Still got them and I use them daily, no problems with quality or longevity. Will be buying another pair just incase I lose the ones I have.
#16
Azurren
A good way to tell if these are actually polarized would be to try them on, turn on your phones screen and slowly rotate.

If the screen becomes obscured, black, "splodgey" or significantly darker then the glasses are truly polarized and ideal for driving. If not they aren't..
I'm not sure how universal phones are in regards to polarization..


or simply place two pairs together ,
then while looking through one aperture slowly rotate on of the glasses ,
at 90° perpendicularity the vision through one lens will be completely abolished confirming the spectacle lenses are indeed polarised and not just simply tinted .
But yes the phone screen test (as mentioned above) or digital watch ( casio etc) screen test is less unwieldy!!
#17
fishmaster
I think once the comments roll in these glasses will really start to polarise opinion (aw come on it's late and I did think of that all by myself).
You are BUSTED! I already made that joke on another polarized sunglasses thread.
1 Like #18
These are terrific, they were the best holiday/beach sunglasses I've had.

Unfortunatey they broke, but they may have been my fault for throwing them in my bag but they are not the sturdiest so be alittle careful storing them and you've got a brilliant buy.
#19
LightningPete
Anyone bought any yet, and if so thoughts? OP have you bought any?.... EDITok ok im on nightshift... i think i'll leave the site till sunrise.
I bought the aviator style last time round and they are of good quality. uv level 3
#20
Presumably these also protect against UV A/B - the Aldi page doesn't say so?
#21
Shoesize
fishmaster
I think once the comments roll in these glasses will really start to polarise opinion (aw come on it's late and I did think of that all by myself).
You are BUSTED! I already made that joke on another polarized sunglasses thread.

Great minds think alike or just make crap jokes :)
#22
Are these sold anywhere else, there's no Aldi near me.
#23
They had these in a couple of months ago. I got the top right pair in the picture and they are pretty tough considering the price. Would definitely recommend them for driving and cycling.
#24
Any recommendations for comparable polarised sunglasses for people who don't live anywhere near an Aldi?
#25
Bought these last year for my husband and the arm of the glasses snapped off after only being worn once. Cheap for a reason.
#26
I've found on cheap polarised sunglasses the coating wears off the lenses if subjected to normal cleaning, making them useless. Don't get them mucky :)
#27
I got a pair of ALDI polarised sun glasses about 4 years ago and they've out lived the other more expensive pairs i've bought from boots etc.

Dropped them loads and the lenses are still scratch free!
#28
Will these be any good to wear whilst doing sports? e.g. during a run ect
#29
I have a pair of £150 raybans with polarization so will be great to compare to these. Perfect for a second or third spare set for every day garden work or outdoor sports etc so you don't worry about dropping or losing them. I wouldn't use any other kind of sunglasses especially when driving in sunny weather when the road is still wet from rain.
1 Like #30
Some things I would buy from Aldis and some things I won't. Sunglasses, no.
#31
Any good?
#32
Not bad for the price but they are not of the best quality.
Oakley and Ray ban can sleep happy.
#33
Picked up a pair today. Great for driving reduced the glare.

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