Smith Optics Scientist Sunglasses - Polarchromic Lenses, Polarized
About Smith Optics Scientist Sunglasses - Polarchromic Lenses, Polarized
Specs about Smith Optics Scientist Sunglasses - Polarchromic Lenses, Polarized
- Lens material: Techlite polarized glass TLT
- Frame material: Grilamid TR90
- Lens features: Photochromic,Polarized
- Extra lenses: None
- Base curvature: 6 Base
- Frame fit: Medium
- Lens coverage: Medium
- Light transmission: 15 - 30%
- UV blocking: 100% UVB,100% UVA
- Carry case: Hard
- Weight: 1.4 oz.
- Made in United States of America
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Commuter Man from Epping, NH on Monday, September 24, 2012Nice, very nice.
- Best Uses: driving, Fishing, World Domination
- Cons: Case Too Large For Pocket
- Pros: Comfortable, Polarized, Real Glass Lenses, Stylin~~~apos~~~
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Glen from Australia on Monday, September 3, 2012The glasses I reach for everyday. Comfortable and nicely tinted, great sunglasses
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Giggsy from Trout Heaven on Tuesday, August 28, 2012If I didn't get an extra 40% off with free shipping I would have sent them back. Great price but eyes have to work hard given the sandwich layers involved in photochromic AND polarized lenses. Never had problem with any other major brand but first try at Smith puts them a step below other brands. Very little lens tint change so photochromic is a joke. Not as bright in shade hunting trout using nymphing technique. My 20 year old Babe Winkelman polarized fishing glasses are brighter in shade to see bottom and line sinking tip. Polarized works ok but lenses a bit dark tint. Surprized fly fishing websites have these. Should have got polarized/photochromic driver Serengetis but then they would be just as dark since they're not amber. Is there a quality sunglass to replace my old old Babe Winkelman's?
- Best Uses: Altitude maybe, Driving maybe, Shopping maybe, Sun light
- Cons: Dark lens tint, Lens layers affect eyes, Not the sharpest lens, Photochromic NOT
- Pros: Amber lens, Durable hinges, Flexible frame, Glass lens, Not heavy
Verified Buyer Reviewed by MarkO from Pittsburgh, PA on Monday, August 27, 2012I got these to use fly fishing. They do a great job reducing glare off the water.
- Best Uses: Fishing
- Pros: Comfortable, Cuts glare off water
Answer the measurements for these glasses from temple to temple is 5.5 inches.