Dual C1 Sunglasses with Reader

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SKU
8142A
As low as $54.95
The new C1 features impact, chemical, and UV damage-resistant TR-90 frames allowing these sunglasses to withstand the test of time.

Bring the classic frame look from the cockpit to the airport lounge

The new C1 features impact, chemical, and UV damage-resistant TR-90 frames allowing these sunglasses to withstand the test of time. Whether assisting in focusing from inside to outside in the cockpit or protecting your eyes from the setting sun at the airpark, these glasses will fit the bill. Available in +1.5, +2.0, or +2.5 spot diopters.

• Classic style with the advantage of bifocal lenses
• Non-polarized
• Impact, chemical, and UV damage resistant Grilamid TR-90 frames
• Shatterproof and scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses
• Interior anti-reflective coating
• 100% UVA, UVB, UVC Protection
• Optimized Magnification Zone (OMZ) reduces distortion and fatigue
• Retro-style protective case included

Tips on how to choose a viewing power:
To select a viewing power, consider how you will be using your Dual Eyewear. If you are a pilot looking for a clear read of instruments, you might want to consider a magnification that is a bit weaker than what you use to read a book. For example, if you use 2.0 readers at home or at the office, try a 1.5. We recommend this because of the extended distance to instruments.

Why we don't sell polarized sunglasses
Many sunglasses today are polarized, meaning they use an optical filter to reduce glare. While this is fine for fishing or driving, it's a bad idea for pilots. That's because many cockpit instruments and glass panels have polarized faces, and polarized sunglasses will render these unreadable. In addition, the iPad screen will be blacked out in portrait orientation when wearing polarized sunglasses. Sporty's sells a wide variety of high-quality sunglasses that do an excellent job of reducing glare--but without polarization.

Ordering Instructions:
1. please specify diopter

Bring the classic frame look from the cockpit to the airport lounge

The new C1 features impact, chemical, and UV damage-resistant TR-90 frames allowing these sunglasses to withstand the test of time. Whether assisting in focusing from inside to outside in the cockpit or protecting your eyes from the setting sun at the airpark, these glasses will fit the bill. Available in +1.5, +2.0, or +2.5 spot diopters.

• Classic style with the advantage of bifocal lenses
• Non-polarized
• Impact, chemical, and UV damage resistant Grilamid TR-90 frames
• Shatterproof and scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses
• Interior anti-reflective coating
• 100% UVA, UVB, UVC Protection
• Optimized Magnification Zone (OMZ) reduces distortion and fatigue
• Retro-style protective case included

Tips on how to choose a viewing power:
To select a viewing power, consider how you will be using your Dual Eyewear. If you are a pilot looking for a clear read of instruments, you might want to consider a magnification that is a bit weaker than what you use to read a book. For example, if you use 2.0 readers at home or at the office, try a 1.5. We recommend this because of the extended distance to instruments.

Why we don't sell polarized sunglasses
Many sunglasses today are polarized, meaning they use an optical filter to reduce glare. While this is fine for fishing or driving, it's a bad idea for pilots. That's because many cockpit instruments and glass panels have polarized faces, and polarized sunglasses will render these unreadable. In addition, the iPad screen will be blacked out in portrait orientation when wearing polarized sunglasses. Sporty's sells a wide variety of high-quality sunglasses that do an excellent job of reducing glare--but without polarization.

Ordering Instructions:
1. please specify diopter

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