About Serengeti Manetti Sunglasses - Polarized, Photochromic, Polar PhD Lenses
Closeouts. Serengeti Manetti sunglasses feature Infiniflex technology for a lightweight frame with a customized fit. Polarized, photochromic Polar PhD lenses complete the lightweight package with outstanding optical clarity and automatic tint adjustment.
Specs about Serengeti Manetti Sunglasses - Polarized, Photochromic, Polar PhD Lenses
- Lens material: Polar PhD®
- Frame material: Metal alloy and nylon
- Lens features: Photochromic,Polarized
- Base curvature: 6 Base
- Frame fit: Medium
- Lens coverage: Medium
- Temple to temple: 5-1/4"
- Light transmission: 20-9%
- UV blocking: 100% UVA,100% UVB
- Carry case: Hard
- Weight: 0.9 oz.
- Made in Japan
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Reviewed by JT from Florida on Wednesday, October 1, 2014These glasses are definitely keepers. They feel extremely lightweight and comfortable. This leads somewhat to an impression of fragility, especially when you observe the amount of flexion that the center/nosepiece of the frame allows. Also, the lenses are not my favorites, and I, like other reviewers, do not notice a significant shift in darkness due to the photochromatic feature. The lenses seem pretty good, but I have some other glasses that are less expensive and the lenses in those really make the world appear to stand out in high definition. After giving the foregoing, somewhat negative description, I will say that these are so extremely comfortable and look so good on me that I look past the areas where these glasses do not totally shine.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Equestrian from New York on Wednesday, September 17, 2014Great value for quality eye protection with style and quality materials.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by rcktman from Space Coast - Florida on Sunday, July 27, 2014Great Sun Glasses -- well constructed and do everything as advertised --exceptional pricing by Sierra, made these affordable
Reviewed by Wayuwander from Birmingham, AL on Thursday, July 24, 2014First let me say I really like these glasses. However here are several things I was disappointed with. They are not what I would call photochromic in that the lenses do not seem to lighten or darken much at all. The lens has a grey/greenish tint. I prefer the grey tint as they seem to be more true to color. I have other sunglasses that seem to have better lens clarity. These lens do seem to make color "pop" however. As opposed to driving sunglasses as Serengeti seems to be noted for I prefer them in situations where I would like to be a bit more stylin'. They look good on my rather large noggin. They seem very well built and are very lightweight . So despite some misgivings, I'm overall very pleased with this purchase.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rosh from flatlands on Thursday, July 24, 2014I'm a pilot, and I also drive quite a lot. I prefer Serengeti's, as do many of my colleagues. This frame design and lens combination in the Driver's color is a great set of glasses. My only beef is that they are a bit heavy for extended wear..since these have the Phd lens, these weren't as heavy as the glass lens , full frame models.
I have switched to many of the frame-less designs, such as the Nuvola or Nuvino or Ceilo or Roggia from Serengeti. These frame-less glasses are much lighter but they aren't as durable. The pro's and cons are weight versus strength and durability. So if you want a pair of glasses for more extreme use that won't break as easily, and you don't need to wear them for 5-6 hours at a time, these Manetti are a good choice.
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