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Discussion in 'Oakley Sunglasses Discussion' started by sunpoh, 10/7/11.

  1. sunpoh

    sunpoh

    Anyone know the difference? Like the coating and the base and how it looks any everything?
     

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  2. jiveSEVEN

    jiveSEVEN

    I can't get into the technical things like light transmission and stuff like that, but to be honest Gold Iridium looks like poop and is non reflective. 24K poops on Gold Iridium and it's reflective like it's name, 24K.
     

  3. SpliceD

    SpliceD

    Just like JiveSEVEN said. 24k > Gold
     

  4. BriP

    BriP

    i have regular gold iridium on my Zero 0.4 (original version), they look pretty reflective.. nothing like the 24k but pretty sick nonetheless. did they change gold iridium like they did ruby though?
     

  5. good2mod

    good2mod

    here's my gold iridium and 24k..IMO,the gold iridium is more bright than the 24k when you wear them.
     
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  6. jonoyong

    jonoyong Staff Member Premium Member

    the technical specs are probably on the website, but if based solely on personal opinion? 24ks are da bomb. for sure. =)
     

  7. OBlazer

    OBlazer

    In all honesty, these gold iridium lenses look a lot more gold than most of the gold iridium i have seen...
     
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  8. BriP

    BriP

    my original 0.4's gold iridium are same as that.. maybe they dulled the newer ones?
     

  9. OBlazer

    OBlazer

    could be, this lighting is really good and I usually only see them in Ostore lighting too, so that could also be a factor
     

  10. BriP

    BriP

    hm yea thats true...hey goodtomod or anyone else with both, can we have a comparo of what it looks like to look through? TIA
     

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