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Discussion in 'Oakley Sunglasses Discussion' started by Oakleyfan09, 2/18/16.

  1. Oakleyfan09

    Oakleyfan09

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    Which one would you rather have on a daily basis?
     

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  2. OakleyGuru379

    OakleyGuru379

    Definitely Tungsten
     

  3. bad fishy

    bad fishy

    Definitely Prizm Daily
     

  4. OakleyFrankFMJ

    OakleyFrankFMJ Premium Member Lifetime Member

    Oh this is tricky. I'm the tiebreaker. If I choose one ....one person can get upset with me. If I choose the other ....the other person could get upset with me.
    What to do....WHAT TO DO?!?!

    I choose BOTH. :D
     
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  5. supersharp

    supersharp Premium Member Lifetime Member

    Daily Prizm. Just like the base tint better, but honestly the 14% light transmission is too much for the extreme sunny conditions of TX. Tungsten has a slight advantage in that department, but not enough to make me choose it over Daily Prizm.
     

  6. NoFair

    NoFair

    Isn't TIP 15% Afaik Titanium is a bit darker than tungsten.
     
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  7. DKO

    DKO

    I vote Tungsten, because of the iridium coating. Prizm Daily has none. But its a mild iridium coating. If you want a very reflective iridium coating, then go with Titanium.
    Why don't they make a iridium coated Prizm Daily?
     
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  8. Dallas O Hog

    Dallas O Hog Premium Member Lifetime Member

    After wearing the carbon C6 for a week with it I'd go with tungsten. Was pleasantly surprised
     
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  9. flyer

    flyer

    +1
     

  10. supersharp

    supersharp Premium Member Lifetime Member

    I believe u are correct. I was mixing up Ti and tungsten.
     

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