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  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous M Frame Lover

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    Got these in today and it's a simple case of I should have tried before I buy'ed. I have a big head and the stems don't quite reach my ears and the lenses don't really cover my eyes very well. Awesome looking pair, but I bought them to wear, and wear them I cannot.

    It pains me, but I must let them go and free up the money since I already spent it and this helps my justify that purchase.

    Condition is fair to good. The stems have good tension, only a slight amount of fading to the logos and the pattern that is overlaid on a rootbeer base. The rubber ear socks have a small amount of stickiness to them in the ridges. The lenses, unfortunately, have some light markings and can be seen in the photos. Very clean looking until you hold them to the light and closely inspect them, and still very wearable. I took them for a short trip out the front door and looked around in the sun and didn't pick up the defects.

    These are NOT pristine, as new in box condition, these are a pair to wear around outside of the case every once in a while!

    Asking what I paid. $140 shipped/insured in the USA. International shipping is not preferred and will cost more.

    Head on in direct light
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    The pattern
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    Light marks around the top and toward the temple
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    Light marks toward the center
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    Fading on the right stem
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    BUY THEM!
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  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

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    Nice! GLWS sir
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

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    Can't help but keep looking at these. They are seriously sweet!! If I haven't found a seller for the Carbon or Copper Penny soon I'll be PM'ing you. Assuming they haven't already sold.
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous M Frame Lover

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    Or you could buy them now AND buy whatever Penny pairs come up?

    These are a killer pair, and the wear and tear is honestly not too bad for a pair that's about 15-20 years old!

    Trades and Trades + Cash considered.
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

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    I'll talk to my sister tomorrow and see if I can convince her to buy them for me :smile:
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous http://www.juleye.nl

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    If she won't buy them for you. Maybe you can convince her to buy them for me then? :) :p
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous M Frame Lover

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    Why don't you just buy them? Or how about them Razor Blades, call it an even swap? :laugh:
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous M Frame Lover

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    End of the weekend bump?

    Mickle, where are you on your Pennys?
     
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous X-Metalhead

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    shame on those scratches.. im real OCD about Zeros being mint since you cant even swap out the lenses..
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous M Frame Lover

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    Yes, I know. The listing I bought them from said the lenses were 8/10, I'd call this a little lower. Fortunately the scratches aren't very deep, it took some real doing to get them to show up for the camera at all.
     
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