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    JPE Vintage Sunglasses TSV 17/04/18 About £29 + post
    http://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.as...ms.item.171816

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    JPE Fitover Vintage Sunglasses with Polarvue Lenses & Case
    Item Number: 171816
    QVC Price £45.00
    Todays Special Value Price £26.98
    P&P £3.95

    Fashionable and functional, these JPE Fitover sunglasses feature a chic, vintage-style frame, a wraparound shape to fit over prescription eyewear and polarised grey lenses with maximum UVA and UVB protection. The durable, lightweight frame in a choice of five stylish colourways, are comfortable, versatile shades are a glasses-wearer's must-have for holidays abroad and unseasonably sunny days at home.

    For both girls and guys - the versatile design of the frames and wide range of colour options make these sunglasses a unisex option, no matter what your style. Go for Black or Tortoiseshell for classic, everyday style, or for a pop of colour, choose between Blue, Red, Green and Purple.

    Specs-wearers, you're saved! Now you don't have to choose between having your vision impaired by the sun or forgoing your own prescription spectacles; you can see clearly while shielding your eyes from any rays that come your way.

    Comes complete with a cleaning cloth, detachable lanyard and branded carry case
    PolarVue technology for polarisation, UVA and UVB protection
    Scratch-resistant coating on both sides of lens
    Hypoallergenic frames, lightweight design
    One size fits most
    Sunglasses (l x w x d): 15.7cm x 15cm x 4.4cm (6.2" x 5.9" x 1.7")

    Colour options:

    Tortoiseshell
    Black
    Blue
    Purple
    Red
    Green


    All measurements are approximate

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    I'm really interested in trying a pair of these as I'm new to prescription glasses and didn't get a tinted pair for driving.

    But... is it me or do they seem expensive? If it's just me, please say so I can order a pair quick. If they are expensive, can anyone suggest an alternative? And if they're a crap idea in general, can you also let me know so I can go order a pair from the opticians?

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    I've had a pair for a few years and I love them. You might get a cheaper pair on Amazon but I've got the same make as these which I got from qvc a few years a go. I've worn them on holiday abroad and they were great
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    Not tried QVCs but I bought these last year (think they've sold out the black) and they're ok, I can wear them without my glasses too, so best of both. https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASVP-Shop®-...ver+sunglasses
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    I've got some, they're very handy for keeping in the car for days when the sun unexpectedly appears - not that it happens very often, but I can't drive if I'm dazzled.
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    I bought mine as a TSV a couple of years ago and they've been in my car ever since. I considered buying a spare pair from Amazon but the original pair are still going strong.
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    the price is fantastic as these are usually upward of £34 at best so this price is amazing no wonder its selling out
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    I like mine too - have 3 pairs now. Think the TSV is a good price as mine were over £40. Yikes.

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    Great - thanks, everyone, for all your replies. I'll try them from Q in case I can't get on with them (though they're a bargain from Amazon!).
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