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  1. Bostonfin

    Bostonfin Oakley Beginner

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    I was going to order a replacement set for my gen 1 plasma juliets. The lens have the circular scratches. I was interested in the polarized, but I have read that they tend to scratch easily. Can anyone confirm or deny this. thanks!
     
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  2. Razerwire

    Razerwire And then there was X...

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    I have regular and polarized lenses and never had one be more prone than the other. But I have OCD when it comes to handling my frames. LOL
     
  3. xmetalmaniac

    xmetalmaniac Made of Metal Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    I have the same problem....
     
  4. SpliceD

    SpliceD B-)

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    I've had Fire Iridium Polarized in my Juliets since 2001 and i've never had a problem with the lenses scratching "easliy". I only say this because i'm OCD about my frames as well and it's not like i intentionally tried to scratch it. All i can say is that after 10 years, my Juliets are still flawless.
     
  5. bigdog425

    bigdog425 Oakley Beginner

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    may be that hardest lens to keep clean! with that lens it is going to show any small scratch or anything.
     
  6. Bostonfin

    Bostonfin Oakley Beginner

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    thanks for the info guys. i don't know how my originals got the circular scratches i am pretty ocd as well.
     
  7. The Game

    The Game Oakley Enthusiast

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    I dont think that they scratch easy but when they do scratch it easier to notice on fire lenses than most others