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Comments: I purchased these from Tennis Warehouse after struggling in bright noon Florida sun and 2 opponents
had these and swore they would help. Right after the match, I bought the Vigilante and have been amazed. I have won my last 5
day matches with them. Reviews said the right lens comes loose but I have not had it happen. Love these and going to buy 2nd
pair. I am 4.5 rated 55 years old.
From: Woody, 3/15
Comments: I love these lenses. The yellow ball 'pops' out even when it is overcast. The glasses are light weight,
with comfortable cushioned nose and ear pieces. The only downside is that the rubber earpieces wear how fairly quickly and TW
does not sell the replacement earpieces.
From: Brian, 8/14
Comments: Really like these glasses. At first, I had the same problem as others with the right lense until dicovering
you can get it in by bending the frame down at the end, near the arm whilst locating the lenses. The case could be a bit sturdier,
like the case that comes with the Bolle Bolt sunglasses.
From: Steve, 9/13
Comments: I've used these for over a year now, and they are excellent. At times, it takes me several attempts to get
both lenses to "snap" into place properly. However, It's definitely not a design flaw, as other reviewers suggest. It just takes a little
patience, and properly aligning the lenses in the frame slots. These are great sunglasses, especially at such a reasonable price
From: Jim, 7/13
Comments: Love these -- I have had no problems with them whatsoever!
From: Anon, 6/13
Comments: I have worn these glasses for years and the right lens is very difficult to replace. You must get it to snap
into place or you can not wear the glasses because they will fall out of the frame. Buy some other brand. There are glasses on the
market that are just as good for playing tennis.
From: Fran, 11/12
Comments: The right lens doesn't sit in the frame the same as the left lens. Consequently, if falls out
every so often. I think it happens because the frame is too flexible, so the lens doesn't want to
sit in the frame snugly. Looking at similar comments from people who purchased these
glasses, it's clear this is a design fault. I think they should stop selling them and get the
From: Peter, 8/12
Comments: Could not use the glasses due to the right lens falling out. The manufacturing process was faulty by not
aligning the cut in the lens with the bump in the channel, which rendered them useless. Frame is very flexible in order to
accommodate interchanging the lens which makes any misalignment of the lens fatal. Otherwise, if I could have used them, I
have liked them.
From: Bob, 5/12