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  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    A few pairs of lenses for sale - all scratch free - some old specials and limited editions

    CROSSHAIR 1.0 VR28 Black Iridium $50
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    SCALPEL Black Iridium Etched with LIVESTRONG $50
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    SQUARE WHISKER VR28 Black Iridium Polarized and Etched with Alinghi (Sailing brand) $60
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    WHISKER Bronze Polarized $70
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    Please bear in mind these include postage and are coming from the UK - message me if you want something or with offers
    Shade Station Oakley Sunglasses

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  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Before you sell these, can you compare these lenses with other lenses that are not made anymore, i.e. Mars, Juliet, Romeo, Penny, XX, OTT, or any other hard to get items to see if these could be donors to cut to fit?
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    well they're generally 8bc and i would expect the buyer to know the size of them. if they want to cut them to fit a different frame they can but I wouldn't recommend it without a professional machine.

    i've used professional machines to recut lenses in the past and generally find that its better to cut from an uncut blank or a ridiculously oversized lense (something like hijinx) as even thought the lenses are polycarbonate (or similar) they need to be cut and polished while dry and extreme care needs to be taken if someone chooses to do this as you may also need a scalpel or "box-cutter" type knife to remove excess materials that will, no doubt, be left over around the edge of the lenses.

    Also, I wouldn't personally want to assume responsibillity for people risking the optical clarity of the lenses as they are generally set up for a certain position in a frame. just because something can physically be done, doesn't always mean it should be done.

    Also taking into account that 3 of the four above lenses mentioned are also etched with names/logo's or as polarized, i would generally assume that people wouldn't want to re cut them to fit other shapes as there may be left over lettering in the corner of a lense.

    surely if somebody was desperate enough to want authentic oakley lenses in a frame that they no longer provide off the shelf lenses for, someone would (and has done by my own experience) order a pair of plano prescription lenses from opticians that sells Oakley RX

    I used to be an oakley specialist in an opticians and would generally recommend the best for a customer rather than something that would generally give them a second rate product. I wouldn't want recut lenses in any of my frames.

    so in the nicest possible way, no i will not compare these lenses to other lenses that are still made if you are willing to pay the money to oakley for a product that they still offer.

    they are not hard to get, they are easy to get as they take about 7-10 days including sending the frame to oakley by way of an opticians who deals with oakley rx

    thank you

    SIDE NOTE: i have even sent a pair of OTT's to oakley and had them reglazed by oakley. i took the hit and sold them on for approx $700.
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  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Bump and update! Will take any offered price!! They're taking up shelf space
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Hi Dymondo.... I know this might be a long **** due to themage of post...But you don't happen to have the crosshair lenses still?