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Polarized Versus Non-Polarized Ray Ban Sunglasses

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by M. Charles, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. texas_jack

    texas_jack Senior member

    Aug 4, 2006
    Hobart, IN
    That's what you get for trying to look like an American
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  2. VaderDave

    VaderDave Senior member

    May 18, 2010
    I like to use non-P glasses when driving because I have the same issue others have mentioned with seeing the nav screen and other displays in my car, along with the windows (although the windshield appears to be fine). I have also noticed that when I run or ride my bike with my polarized sunglasses that I sometimes have issues with puddles and wet pavement--I will see weird patterns that are really quite disorienting.

    My polarized glasses are Oakleys and Maui Jims, so I don't think it's the quality of the lenses that's an issue. Maybe I'm just like one of those kids who kept having seizures when watching Pokemon back in the day.
  3. MrG

    MrG Senior member

    May 25, 2008
    The Medicine Spring

    I've had this problem, but I've never felt the need to use soap to clean them. I just rinse them to remove the grit and then hit them with the microfiber cloth, and I've never had an issue with scratches.

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