Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses £56 @ ASOS
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Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses £56 @ ASOS

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Found 7th Aug 2017
Seems a good price!










Wayfarers for £56
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villageidiotdan2 h, 15 m ago

I don't know why anyone would buy unpolarised sunglasses?


I don't know why ppl make silly comments.
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OOS already
Oos
MrMini7488 m ago

OOS already

Wayfarers still in stock
Are they women's or unisex?
JuliusHibert12 m ago

Are they women's or unisex?

I think unisex because they come up when you filter for Men too
nb tbh
small tho bro
Good, I have just bought a pair.
Keep coming in and out of stock so keep checking back!
Just grabbed 2 pairs.
Worth noting these are the new wayfarer. A slightly nicer shape in my opinion.
Not polarised, in case anyone was wondering.
That video explains everything ;-)
I don't know why anyone would buy unpolarised sunglasses?
villageidiotdan11 m ago

I don't know why anyone would buy unpolarised sunglasses?


Because of saving the polar bears innit!
Quidco = 10%.
Still in stock why expired?
Back in stock
villageidiotdan2 h, 15 m ago

I don't know why anyone would buy unpolarised sunglasses?


I don't know why ppl make silly comments.
Damn, showed in stock but by the time I'd logged in, OOS again. Boo.

Edit... managed to get a pair. Looks like Asos will hold a pair in your basket for an hour, so probably coming in and out when people don't complete.
Edited by: "andersh" 7th Aug 2017
mcormack6 h, 27 m ago

I don't know why ppl make silly comments.

Sorry, I didn't think it was a silly comment. I understand that unpolarised lens don't fully block 100% of UV. To me, that makes them as much use as a chocolate teapot
Wrong pic in description, out of stock
Kosiu6 h, 45 m ago

Wrong pic in description, out of stock



The pic in the description is the pair I got for £56
Or do you mean it's also wrong on ASOS?
villageidiotdan15 h, 45 m ago

Sorry, I didn't think it was a silly comment. I understand that …Sorry, I didn't think it was a silly comment. I understand that unpolarised lens don't fully block 100% of UV. To me, that makes them as much use as a chocolate teapot

I dunno, pretty sure my non-polarised glasses claim to block out 100% of UV rays. I have one pair of polarised glasses, but their effect on LCD displays is annoying, making it difficult to read in-car displays and such.

My non-polarised glasses still really help me in bright light and I often wear them whilst driving even just on bright cloudy days. I thought the only difference with polarised lenses was the glare reduction?
joncoyle8720 h, 53 m ago

The pic in the description is the pair I got for £56Or do you mean it's …The pic in the description is the pair I got for £56Or do you mean it's also wrong on ASOS?


Before the link was redirecting to different pair of glasses, now is ok, however out of stock
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villageidiotdan7th Aug

I don't know why anyone would buy unpolarised sunglasses?


Wish I didn't get the polarised option on my raybans.... the polarised coating is on the inside of the lens and it reflects heavily, so I get a nice view of my eyes at all times!!
villageidiotdan7th Aug

Sorry, I didn't think it was a silly comment. I understand that …Sorry, I didn't think it was a silly comment. I understand that unpolarised lens don't fully block 100% of UV. To me, that makes them as much use as a chocolate teapot


Polarisation has nothing to do with UV blocking. Polaristion only lets light pass through at certain angles.
Good deal, but OOS!
Mine arrived this morning and they were the 55mm versions not the 52 that I was expecting. Glad about that as the 52 would have been too small for me.
Either way they are going back. The lenses really don't suit me.
big.k7 h, 41 m ago

Polarisation has nothing to do with UV blocking. Polaristion only lets …Polarisation has nothing to do with UV blocking. Polaristion only lets light pass through at certain angles.


Ah, fair play, wasn't sure and another poster had a point, now they mention it I can see my eyes more than the view in front
Edited by: "villageidiotdan" 10th Aug 2017
QSECOFR10th Aug

Mine arrived this morning and they were the 55mm versions not the 52 that …Mine arrived this morning and they were the 55mm versions not the 52 that I was expecting. Glad about that as the 52 would have been too small for me.Either way they are going back. The lenses really don't suit me.


Alternatively... let me buy them off you! I wanted some of these anyway, and this was a great price. I keep checking the site in case some come back into stock (I guess yours will eventually, but it's being in the right place at the right time lol)
Strange I don't have that issue at all. Recently got some RayBan 4181's (similar to these) and despite being polarised they are crystal clear. Haven't had polarised for years, but really liking these as they cut out significant glare when driving or near water/windows/reflections.

Where I do find them worse is when the inside of the lens gets dirty (from sunblock for example). Once too much crap gets on them it starts to reflect like glare (counteracting the main benefit of polarised). Means I have to clean them once a day. My previous non polarised Sunny's were much better at masking this.

Perhaps it's the slightly different design or the way they sit on me.

One thing I did check within the return period is wether they interfered with any of my displays. Fortunately not.
Edited by: "Mentos" 15th Aug 2017
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