About Costa Seapoint Sunglasses - Polarized CR-39® Lenses
Closeouts. Costa's Seapoint sunglasses shield your eyes from 100 percent of harmful UV rays and block glare with their polarized CR-39® lenses. Made of tough TR90 nylon, the stylish frames are based on the classic aviator design and fit in on the beach, in the car and on the sunny side of the street.
Specs about Costa Seapoint Sunglasses - Polarized CR-39® Lenses
- Lens material: Costa CR-39®
- Frame material: TR90 nylon
- Lens features: Polarized
- Style: Aviator
- Extra lenses: None
- Frame fit: Medium
- Lens coverage: Medium
- Temple to temple: 5-1/4"
- UV blocking: 100% UVA,100% UVB
- Carry case: Hard
- Weight: 0.8 oz.
- Made in Mauritius
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Brandon from Florida on Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Ok I already knew these were not glass 580 lenses... But I'm pleasantly surprised at the view quality. Not bad for the price. I love the funky look of these shades but the one draw back for me is that the the part of the glasses where your nose goes has too acute of an angle. My nose gets wedged in there and hurts after a while. It hasn't stopped me from wearing them. I work at the beach and wear sunglasses everyday, all day. I have about 7 different pairs to go through bc they all will rub your face or head eventually. But I'm glad I have these in my arsenal of shades.
Reviewed by Colorado Mike from Denver, CO on Tuesday, February 14, 2017I disagree that these are overall "cheap" even thought they are lightweight. They're a nice material and look great. Think fear and loathing...
The polarization of the lens is terrible on coverage. Using the trick where you look through another pair of polarized sunnies rotated 90°, I could see the polarization of these lenses is horribly splotchy. So whIle the very center is polarized and what you SEE has reflections reduced, these don't cut glare as a good polarized lens should.
I always check out polarization on sunglasses I buy, and I've only seen such terrible polarization on cheap-o gas station sunglassew; and even those are usually much better than these Costas. I expected SO much better from a name like Costa.
For the record, I did keep these because I think they're super stylie and I'm vain like that. I won't fish or drive with them, though.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Blossom from Crozet, Virginia on Saturday, February 4, 2017I've learned that Costa makes nice sunglasses with comfortable, resilient frames and great lenses. I'm happy with the fit of these and my husband says I look like a "rocker" :)
Reviewed by Ellie from Oregon on Tuesday, January 24, 2017These are lightweight and feel cheap and fragile. Pretty disappointed. Returned.
Reviewed by Blake from Florida on Wednesday, January 11, 2017The build quality of these glasses was a real let down. They do not measure up to any pair of Costa's I have ever seen. These are similar to a cheap pair you would find at the drugstore, not a quality product at all. Are these fake? I'm sure they would work perfectly fine, just expected the usual bulletproof build quality that only Costa provides.
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