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  1. Anonymous

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    Hi

    I'm looking to buy either the M frame strike rx, OR m frame sweep rx, OR m frame hybrid rx.

    They were released in 1999.......

    I think they would look suit me well in my job.

    Hit me with some offers.......

    Here's the links from the O-review site:

    http://www.o-review.com/database_detail_model.php?ID=105 (hybrid rx 1999)

    http://www.o-review.com/database_detail_model.php?ID=109 (strike rx 1999)

    http://www.o-review.com/database_detail_model.php?ID=111 (sweep rx 1999)


    P.S. Sellers must be willing to ship internationally to South Africa

    I will pay via Paypal......

    Thanks
     
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  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous M Frame Lover

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    You're looking for pairs to use as prescription (sun)glasses?

    They have to be ordered from Oakley with your prescription. The Rx insert can't be reground by an optical shop, and it doesn't come out to treat as a standard lens.
     
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  3. Anonymous

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    Ahhh Damn!!!

    Thanks @Rustpot ..... I thought I could pop out the rx lense insert and grind it at the local Optician.........

    Well the curve on my Juliet RX will have to do ...........
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Be True

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    I do have a set of M-Frame samples with various frames and lenses showing the outline to where the Rx inserts should go.