Bifocal Polarized Sunglasses by Eyewear Republic

You can see really great far away, but you're over 40 (years old) and you're starting to have trouble seeing things up close.  Well, watch this video because today, I'm going to introduce to you the new bifocal polarized sunglasses by Eyewear Republic.

You probably already own a pair of Maui Jim Bifocal Sunglasses or maybe you already have a pair of the Costa Del Mar C-Mates Collection, but I want to cover in great detail the benefits of why you should also have one of these bifocal polarized sunglasses by Eyewear Republic.

One of my favorite, absolute favorite reasons as to why I prefer these over any other ones is because you can actually personalize them with either your name or company's brand.  You can't do that with any other pair of sunglasses.  And of course, they're going to be more stylish than the Maui Jims and definitely even more stylish than the Costa Del Mar Bifocal Sunglasses that they have.

The bifocal power ranges, 13 different power ranges where the Maui Jim and the Costa Del Mar only cover three.  The Eyewear Republic bifocal polarized sunglasses are going to start at a power of a +1.00 and go up in 1/4 diopter increments all the way to a +4.00.  Maui Jim and Costa Del Mar only offer a +1.50, a +2.00, or a +2.50, therefore leaving a huge gap of availability so that you can actually have the exact power that you need or perhaps the exact power the doctor wrote for you to have.  
This is wonderful for people that have already had cataract surgery, maybe that lasik vision correction.
This is a great opportunity for you to have a pair of polarized sunglasses in every single power that you need.
+1.00, +1.25, +1.50, +1.75, +2.00, +2.25, +2.50, +2.75, +3.00, +3.25, +3.50, +3.75, and last but never least a +4.00.

Both the acetate sunglasses as well as the titanium sunglasses are going to all have a titanium skeleton core on the temples.  You probably can't see it right now, I'll show you a close up later, but they all have a titanium core on the inside, even the acetate ones.
The acetate frames are going to be handmade in Germany and the titanium frames will be made in Japan.  The lenses are ophthalmic quality and they are not mass produced like all of the other sunglass companies.  I'll give you an example:
When we craft a set of lenses they're going to be accurate to the 1/100ths of a diopter.  That means 0.01 in accuracy while all of the other sunglasses if they're going to make you bifocals they're going to be accurate to the one quarter of a diopter.  So that's 25 times more accurate than what any other company can make for you.
We achieve that by digitally crafting method.  All of the other companies' sunglasses, they're going be made with the traditional method which what they do is get a diamond encrusted wheel and they just make one pass across the generated lens and the front part of the lens is pre-molded so it's never going to be as accurate as what we can make for you. 

We're going to have two lens color choices: Gray or Brown on each and every single style so you can choose gray or brown.
The gray is going to be great to keep the colors intact.  You're going to get really good vibrancy and color enhancements and it's going to keep the colors completely intact.  You're going to be able to tell the difference between all of the reds, yellows, browns, greens, everything is going to be perfect and it's going to be great for deep water fishing.  Also, it's going to be wonderful for the golf course except the brown does have an advantage when you're on the green.

The Brown lens color is going to give you just more color contrast.  It does kind of distort color a bit by painting everything with a brown amber brush.  So keep that in mind, but keep also in mind that is does give you an advantage if you're a golfer when you're on the green.  It's going to allow you to see the contours of that green.
For fishing in shallow water, go for the brown.

Here is your first glance at the Lexington aviators.  They're going to fit sizes of about Medium Sized Heads or all the way up to Large Heads.  They're going to have titanium fronts with acetate temples that have a titanium core running all through out the entire length from front to end of the 135 millimeter temples.  

The nose pads are fully adjustable so if you wanted to adjust the bifocal down then you would slightly widen the nose pads and they would drop (lower) a little bit, a few millimeters.  If you wanted to elevation to be a little bit higher then you adjust the nose pads a little closer together and then you're going to raise them up.  Fully adjustable nose pads help guarantee the perfect fit.

The acetate temples with titanium core are fully adjustable to ensure non-slip comfort.  When they are comfortable and they're well fitted you should be able to shake your head regardless of how active you are and they should not slip down.

It's available in only one color because one color is all you need.  It has a silver front or more of a gunmetal and it has a gray horn temple going well with either black, silvers, gunmetals, or even warm tones.  These sunglasses are handmade in Japan.  The lens colors are going to have availability of either gray polarized lenses or the brown amber polarized lenses.