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Gill Sense Bifocal Sunglasses | Black


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9663 | BLACK
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  • Product Description

    Gill are world leaders in sailing gear, and it’s items like their Sense Bifocal Sunglasses which really make Gill stand out. They come in a choice of lens strengths, so if you’re long sighted, you can swap your reading glasses for these when out on the water. 

    All the great features you would expect from Gill’s expertly crafted sailing sunglasses are the same, such as the lightweight frames that float and the UV protecting, anti-glare lenses.

    Fabric / Technology

    Polarized lenses are made up of a number of functional elements ultra-carefully bonded together to achieve a high-performance optical product: The main element of the sandwich lens construction is the polarizing light filter in the centre. Laminated to both sides of the filter are UV light absorbers, which block 100% of harmful UVA, UVB, and UVC radiation. Optically corrected, shatter-resistant cushion elements are laminated to both sides of the UV absorbers, followed by a unique scratchproof coating applied to the outer surfaces. 
    All Gill Sailing Sunglasses are engineered to float. Available in +1.5 and +2.5 strengths.

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    • Polarized lens technology.
    • Integral floatation.
    • Hydrophobic outer coating sheds water and reduces salt residue for clear vision.
    • Oleophobic technology applied to the inside face repels fingerprints, sun lotion and skin oils.
    • Grade 1 Optic lenses designed to exceed EN safety standards.
    • Glare-free vision.
    • Clear contrasts.
    • Reduced eye fatigue.
    • 100% UV 400 protection.
    • Filter category 3 lenses allowing 8-18% light transmission and are useful in bright sunlight, driving and general purpose wear.
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    1. Sunglasses that tick all the boxes

      Great sunnies - Gill Sense Bifocals are great for fishing and driving.
      Polarised, bifocals and they float!
      on 11th Nov 2016