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Oakley Holbrook Matt Black Sunglasses £62.99 @ ProBikeKit
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Oakley Holbrook Matt Black Sunglasses £62.99 @ ProBikeKit

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Posted 16th Jul

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After a pair of these for a while, cheapest I've found even before the extra 10% off.

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Description:

Holbrook is a timeless, classic design fused with modern Oakley technology. Inspired by the screen heroes from the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, this design epitomizes the spirit of exploration and adventure. The iconic American frame design is accented by metal rivets and Oakley icons, perfect for those who seek equal parts performance and style.

Features:

  • Get replacement parts - Frame accessory kits are available for some Oakley® eyewear styles. Do not attempt to remove or replace any other eyewear parts as this will void its warranty.
  • Take care of your lenses - To help maintain the High Definition Optics® (HDO®) of Oakley lenses, your new eyewear comes with a specially-woven electrostatic Microclear™ bag for cleaning and storage. Using it will preserve the superior optical quality of Oakley's pure Plutonite® lenses. Hand wash and air-dry the Microclear™ bag regularly.
All Oakley lenses offer HDO® Technology with the following benefits:

  • Clarity: Conventional lenses can magnify images. HDO® precision gives less distorted vision across the entire field of view.
  • Refraction: With regular lenses, objects aren’t really where you see them. HDO® offers a truer visual image so your brain won’t have to work overtime.
  • UV Protection: All Oakley lenses block 100% of UVA, UVB & UVC rays and harmful blue light up to 400 nm.
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Been wanting these for a while. Thanks OP
Good price. Unfortunately the returns aren't free unless it is faulty . Would have loved to order and see if it suits.
Shame these are not the prize ones as mine got stolen on holiday a couple of weeks back :
Return fee on online shopping is a no no from me. Don't want to pay just to see they don't fit.

Good for anyone who had a chance to try them on before though.
memnoch197616/07/2019 13:20

Shame these are not the prize ones as mine got stolen on holiday a couple …Shame these are not the prize ones as mine got stolen on holiday a couple of weeks back :


I have the Prizm ones for my Radarlocks and had non-Prizm on my old Radars. To be honest I don't think they really make that much difference - particularly if you are wearing these for casual use rather than sports.
M_L16/07/2019 13:43

I have the Prizm ones for my Radarlocks and had non-Prizm on my old …I have the Prizm ones for my Radarlocks and had non-Prizm on my old Radars. To be honest I don't think they really make that much difference - particularly if you are wearing these for casual use rather than sports.


I have a pair of mainlink which are not prizm and I can see w huge difference with them but then my eyes are quite sensitive so that may be why
rahi16/07/2019 12:53

Good price. Unfortunately the returns aren't free unless it is faulty . …Good price. Unfortunately the returns aren't free unless it is faulty . Would have loved to order and see if it suits.


Use paypal free return
wilf123416/07/2019 14:23

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Or y'know, if you fancy literally burning your money as that's obviously a scam / counterfeit site
Thanks Op!! Bought HEAT!
is it original or fake?
I need cat 4 sunglasses...
Great price and heat added but I switched from Oakley to Sungods and am very happy. The Renegades are almost identical in style as the Holbrooks but for nearly half the price. Had them for a few years and the quality is exceptional.
highdon16/07/2019 13:31

Return fee on online shopping is a no no from me. Don't want to pay just …Return fee on online shopping is a no no from me. Don't want to pay just to see they don't fit.Good for anyone who had a chance to try them on before though.


Don't kid yourself, whether the returns costs are factored into the item cost/delivery or whether they're transparently displayed, you're paying for it.

If businesses were expected to cover the returns cost of the purchasing whims of the public then they'd all go broke pretty quick. If you bought something from the high street and wanted to return it you'd have to travel back there in your own time and under your own expense - even if the item was faulty you wouldn't expect a refund on your time and travel expenses would you?
RhinoCharger17/07/2019 06:57

Great price and heat added but I switched from Oakley to Sungods and am …Great price and heat added but I switched from Oakley to Sungods and am very happy. The Renegades are almost identical in style as the Holbrooks but for nearly half the price. Had them for a few years and the quality is exceptional.


Link please
RhinoCharger17/07/2019 06:57

Great price and heat added but I switched from Oakley to Sungods and am …Great price and heat added but I switched from Oakley to Sungods and am very happy. The Renegades are almost identical in style as the Holbrooks but for nearly half the price. Had them for a few years and the quality is exceptional.


Remember them being £30, now it’s more like £60+
spitfire5117/07/2019 07:39

Link please


You can buy them here, I had a pair. I actually had a pair and sat on them hence the need for new ones!

The key thing to be aware of with Sungod is that there are no returns, this product is deemed custom so if they do not fit, tough. They are also £45 for the non-polarised so not half price.

sungod.co/sho…lue
OOS.....link takes you nowhere bro. Please expire.
M_L17/07/2019 08:29

You can buy them here, I had a pair. I actually had a pair and sat on them …You can buy them here, I had a pair. I actually had a pair and sat on them hence the need for new ones!The key thing to be aware of with Sungod is that there are no returns, this product is deemed custom so if they do not fit, tough. They are also £45 for the non-polarised so not half price.https://www.sungod.co/shop/sunglasses/renegades?id=renegades-rgf_Mblack-rgle_Nblue-rgi_Bblue


Perhaps Oakley have been driven to be more competitive but the last polarised Holbrooks I bought (in 2015!) were £124. They currently seem to be around £110? Sungod's are £70 so half the price was an exaggeration - 57% is in fact the uplift.

I'm still not overly happy paying £70 for a piece of plastic that probably cost less than a fiver but what can you do.

BTW Sungod's have a lifetime guarantee on their frames so you may have got them replaced for free. Their lenses also seem more resilient - the Oakley lenses didn't fare too well on holidays, in the pools and with my 4 year old playing with them but the Sungod's lenses are totally unscathed after 3 years.
mivu17/07/2019 07:14

Don't kid yourself, whether the returns costs are factored into the item …Don't kid yourself, whether the returns costs are factored into the item cost/delivery or whether they're transparently displayed, you're paying for it.If businesses were expected to cover the returns cost of the purchasing whims of the public then they'd all go broke pretty quick. If you bought something from the high street and wanted to return it you'd have to travel back there in your own time and under your own expense - even if the item was faulty you wouldn't expect a refund on your time and travel expenses would you?


Delivery costs factored in pricing will be a few pennies if anything as obviously not every single product is returned. It is a small percentage. If return rates are higher than that then the retailer has a bigger problem in sight. There are ways for the company to amortise these costs and not charge the customers for it.

To me, an online clothing store that does not offer a free method of returns is more likely to go out of business for not being competitive than a company who takes a few quid of on-cost on 2% of products that are sold and shipped back. They should at least offer free collection from a drop off point.
highdon17/07/2019 10:23

Delivery costs factored in pricing will be a few pennies if anything as …Delivery costs factored in pricing will be a few pennies if anything as obviously not every single product is returned. It is a small percentage. If return rates are higher than that then the retailer has a bigger problem in sight. There are ways for the company to amortise these costs and not charge the customers for it.To me, an online clothing store that does not offer a free method of returns is more likely to go out of business for not being competitive than a company who takes a few quid of on-cost on 2% of products that are sold and shipped back. They should at least offer free collection from a drop off point.


I think you vastly underestimate the true cost of offering free delivery + free returns. It's definitely not 'a few pennies'. Companies like Amazon who have an entire shipping network built can handle it but for small / medium sized businesses it's a big deal. There's no such thing as 'free shipping'.

"There are ways for the company to amortise these costs and not charge the customers for it" - What? If you don't charge the customer, then you take a hit on your profits, it's as simple as that. There's so many other costs involved with returns you're ignoring, such as processing them, repackaging products etc.

Also, I've no idea where you plucked 2% returns on clothes from, that's wildly inaccurate as in reality it's much closer to 30%.
devious1117/07/2019 12:45

I think you vastly underestimate the true cost of offering free delivery + …I think you vastly underestimate the true cost of offering free delivery + free returns. It's definitely not 'a few pennies'. Companies like Amazon who have an entire shipping network built can handle it but for small / medium sized businesses it's a big deal. There's no such thing as 'free shipping'."There are ways for the company to amortise these costs and not charge the customers for it" - What? If you don't charge the customer, then you take a hit on your profits, it's as simple as that. There's so many other costs involved with returns you're ignoring, such as processing them, repackaging products etc.Also, I've no idea where you plucked 2% returns on clothes from, that's wildly inaccurate as in reality it's much closer to 30%.


I'm not ignoring anything, I am just saying that a company selling high-margin products offering no free delivery or returns is just a slap in the face to their customer. Are you saying that on £60 sunglasses they don't have enough margin to amortise the costs?

Theres much more to being competitive than just offering product at the lowest price. Little things done right will not add much cost and attract customers in long term.
Also ignores the actual sale price and free returns for customers. You can speculate all you like about the cost of returns, but often the best price I can find online for an item is from a retailer that provides free returns.

Anyway, PayPal free returns is handy in situations where the retailer doesn't directly provide them. Even seen one adverise that they offer free returns through PayPal - which makes me think PayPal is at least taking some of the cost there (perhaps out of the retailer's transaction fee).

I never got round to claiming for a return of some Oakeys though - but the return was around £3. It's not a large or heavy item to return.

PRIZM makes a massive difference, but there's variation even between the same lense style, e.g. Saphire PRIZM.
Mine really enhances reds and greens, love it.

I wouldn't get non PRIZM personally.
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