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  1. Diego

    Diego Oakley Beginner

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    Just a quick one has any one got any pics of Juliet's with them in (titanium polarised/vr28 polarised and are they pretty similar!
     
    Last edited: 9/3/15
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  2. kronin323

    kronin323 Font of Useless Knowledge Premium Member

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    I've got Ti in R2 and VR28 BIP in a "CO2" Juliet. (I assume you mean VR28 Black Iridium Polarized, not just VR28 polarized).

    They are very similar, but not the same. The amber base of the Ti isn't as rich as the Vr28, and the Ti iridium is a little more subtle than the BIP.

    I don't have pics of them side-by-side but they're both most recently shown in my 10K thread in the collections area.
     
  3. Diego

    Diego Oakley Beginner

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    Ok thanks l have a little looksy
     
  4. THE X-MAN

    THE X-MAN Forum Sponsor Gold Forum Sponsor Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Best lens Oakley made IMHO
     
  5. Diego

    Diego Oakley Beginner

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    Which one??
     
  6. kronin323

    kronin323 Font of Useless Knowledge Premium Member

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    He's a VR28 BIP fan... so am I.
     
  7. discostu

    discostu Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    To my knowledge the titanium lens is a bronze base lens which does allow more transmission than ice/fire/Ruby etc the which I find beneficial in the UK. The VR28 BI polarised lens is rose based, with the black iridium coating and is a very versatile lens for most light conditions and is a very pleasant colour imo. Both are contrast lenses.
     
  8. STavros

    STavros Land of the Gods and ....Molon Lave

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    I think Titanium iridium polarized is not a contrast lens but a neutral one and it has low transmission % something like 10 or 12 so it is darker than ruby,fire u mentioned.
     
  9. kronin323

    kronin323 Font of Useless Knowledge Premium Member

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    No, it's contrast.
     
  10. STavros

    STavros Land of the Gods and ....Molon Lave

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    Ok thanks for the clarification
     
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