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  1. TheRevTy

    TheRevTy Oakley Beginner

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    Does anyone know if gold iridium (not 24K iridium) was ever sold as a replacement lens option for Juliets? How rare is that lens for the Juliet - judging by O-Review, there were only 2 colorways ever produced w/ this lens, and neither had a very long run. Also, how does that lens compare to, say, Tungsten Iridium?

    Any info would be appreciated!
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  2. ucdavis4PT0gpa

    ucdavis4PT0gpa Oakley Expert

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    It was a replacement option for a time. Rare to find an OEM set these days. You might be able to get someone like Dr Chop to do a custom cut if a donor lens is available in that although I don't know if that's the case. Vs Tungsten? I think Tungsten is the superior lens to look through but I'm not a fan of either...to me THE gold lens to look through and at is 24K while if its the bronze base you want, I prefer Titanium...I have Titianium Polarized in my XS 24k. It's really a matter of personal taste with these lenses so its tough call without you actually trying them out
  3. tavers

    tavers Oakley Expert

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    It was available, but sadly OOP. My first Juliets were X-Metal with Gold & Rootbeer. I'd love to have them tuned up and replaced with the gold.
  4. Oakster

    Oakster Oakley Expert Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    I believe I have access to a set. Can confirm by Monday.