Occhiali da vista -sole?
29 October 2014, 06:45 PM
Esistono occhiali da sole che hanno lenti colorate che fungono da occhiali da sole?
quale Marche mi consigliate x gli occhiali da vista ?
Infine sono meglio le stecche si ferro l di plastica ?  
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Votes: 85

un buon occhiale da sole ha le lenti sul grigio scuro o marrone, le altre sono più di bellezza e non molto adatte.
Marche di montatura una vale l'altra...magari evita quelle da negozi di "spaccio" che potrebbero essere cineserie...guarda se c'è il marchio CE, se no va solo a gusti! Ti sconsiglio quelle enormi che vanno adesso perchè pesanti, antiestetiche e aumentano la visione distorta a bordo lente.
Le stanghette sono in ferro o plastica a seconda della montatura. In plastica sono più robuste.
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