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RATTLER SUNGLASS, BLACK FRAME, ANTI-FOG PHOTOCHROMIC LENS

The Rattler comes with anti-fog photochromic lenses and a wrap around, polycarbonate frame. The lenses start at 85% VLT in low light conditions and change to 32% VLT or medium grey in bright sun. A microfiber carry pouch is included for storage and cleaning.


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1.   05/13/14

These are decent eye wear. Not the best, but I've tried worse. Pros: - Thanks to the photochromic lens, only one pair of glasses to carry around. Sunny day, to night riding. - Fairly light, and easy on the face. - Does an ok job in deflecting the wind, without requiring closed cell lining around the frame. I was actually surprised my contacts didn't get as dry as I thought they would. - Not a bad looking design. - Rugged and durable. - Price is fair. If these were cheaper, in the $25-30 range, I'd highly recommend it for the cost. Cons: - Although this does a decent job in blocking out most of the sun's uv rays, I still find myself squinting a little bit in direct sunlight. It doesn't interfere with my vision, but I'd still prefer not to squint as with my other darker Ray Bans. - When photochromic lens darkens, the tint is only about 70% of regular dark tinted sunglasses. Would be nice if it was at east 80-85%. - Although this is light and easy on the face. With a helmet on, you have to play around with it to get it to sit comfortably. The arms are bit long (at least for me), and my helmet ends up sitting on the little bit that protrudes behind my ears, causing it to shift up. Pushing it closer to my face helps to let it sit comfortably. - Anti-fog could be better. Still fogs up on me, just as much as my other Bobster glasses with closed cell linings. But dissipates pretty quickly as soon as you start moving. So if your looking for a decent looking pair of riding glasses, that won't break the bank (much). That is light weight and durable. With moderate shade for sunny days, and clear lens for night riding all in one, the Rattler should suit you fine.
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2.   01/06/14

I got to try these on at a Bike show, but couldn't test the photochromic. They fit nice, and doesn't look bad at all. I've also heard mixed reviews for the Rattler. Those who say they work, also say they don't get dark enough. Can anyone with these glasses verify? And when they say "not dark enough", what are we talking? Based on the 100% tint of regular sunglasses (ie. Rayban Aviators), is it 50% tint? 40%? Thanks.
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3.   01/05/14

Are you people wearing these in a car or in a helmet behind a UV blocking windshield, or helmet shield? I ask because some people say the lens changes and some say it doesn't? I know for a fact it wont work in a car or inside a helmet because of the UV/blocking I mentioned above.
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4.   01/02/12

Lightweight,feels good to wear, the antifog function works good , but the photochromic-function doesn´t work att all, so far...
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5.   09/25/11

the do a very poor job of darkening can not reccomend
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