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      Quote Originally Posted by alter ego View Post
      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!).
      I succumbed and ordered a pair although I already have a similar pair from QVC. The two choices I wanted have gone so Ive gone for the red for a change. I looked on Amazon but decided against them as I think these are more value for money. I will keep my old ones in the car because I very often go out and don't have them with me.
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      I paid £36 for a plain black pair in Boots about 3 years ago and find them invaluable even on sunny winter days. I also like the wrap around style that gives my eyes protection from the sides and above. My optician says I have larger than average pupils and need to protect them from the sun. I had some prescription sunnies but they were a nuisance when going from sun to shade/indoors. I didn’t want to pay an extra £150 for the
      Lenses that react to the light.

      Anyway this is my long-winded way of saying that IMO these glasses are useful and are also well-priced at £30 including p&p. “I’ve got mine” to paraphrase Debbie Flint.
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