Polarized vs Non Polarized Sunglasses

Polarized vs Non Polarized Sunglasses -Shade Review
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Comments

Kyle Da Silva says:

Great video, very informative!

Denie Dbwayi says:

what is the best pair of sunglasses under 100 dollars

Alexandre Grégoire says:

I bought some rayban but i had to put my prescription in should it have uv a and uv b protection on them?

Nick Cannarozzi says:

I hope he knows there’s one company that makes all sunglasses. It’s an Italian company.

Pratik Patel says:

What lenses were those on the oakleys? Also what model were they? Holbrook?

Rogelio Valenzuela says:

Thanks for the info, man! Great video as always

xyz S says:

what is better for driving? polarised or non polarised?

NiceSuperJokes9 says:

Are Kenneth Cole good sunglasses

Renan Philipe says:

Brasil,
thank you!

Marcus Twynham says:

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z1522 says:

Even cheap plastic lenses filter UV intrinsically; glass lenses, ironically, do not filter UV without pricey extra coatings, and for outdoors/ recreational uses, can shatter with devastating consequences. Also, for optimal visual acuity and depth perception, you want to use the lightest lens shade, not the darkest as he wears in the video. Dark = wide open pupils, equals shallowest depth of field and focus. An old eye doctor rule of thumb is in the lighting you are working in, when looking in a mirror with glasses on you should still just barely be able to see your eyes in your reflection; any darker, and your detailed vision will be compromised, and if say driving, could have dangerous reduction in vision. Save the fashion eyewear for the clubs, not for critical uses. Polarizing filters much more light than might seem at first, and is useful mostly for water, or snow, very harsh reflective environments.

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Z W says:

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Tythemagicguy06 says:

Nice video! My new favorite sunglasses are the Maui Jim hookipa

Brian Gillick says:

Kermit the frog here

HINDI IN BANGLA says:

very nice

NiceSuperJokes9 says:

Cause I bought them on AMAZON 2 days ago

VIPERWOK says:

are rayban clubmaster uva & uvb protective?

Ricardo Lemus says:

great video !

Johnathan Wuethrich says:

think that those brands may actually be made by the same company in Italy ?

Mike D says:

Dude nice video. Informative. I agree 100% uv protection. Doesnt mean you have to buy am expensive pair to get this as long as you aren’t a total brand snob lol. Here is s nice pair of sunglasses reviewed by Diamond D Reviews that are reasonable https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WTBcscFZleE check out and comment. THANKS

Austin K says:

Can you make a video about the pro/cons and differences of the different kinds of lens materials such as glass, polycarbonate, etc. I’m looking to purchase a pair of Maui Jims and I know they come in different lenses. Love the videos man, keep it up!

brian coyle says:

He always spaces out 2 words in each sentence

David Choo says:

I think you should also mention the effect polarized sunglasses have on LCD screens, they give off a rainbow sheen to them which makes them a little annoying to use with GPS when driving or texting in the sun but I still found the screen legible.

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