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Convertible goggles/sunglasses with 3 sets of easy to fit interchangeable lenses.
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You're reviewing:Birdz Phoenix Interchangeable Motorcycle Sunglasses/Goggles 3 Lens Kit with Prescription Lens Rx Insert ML
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  1. fast and efficient service
    Many thanks for fast and efficient service. Glasses arrived today and look good. Will try them out today and get the prescription lens sorted then.
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  2. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
    Initial reaction to the Phoenix was positive: they appeared thoughtfully designed, very well made, and versatile...but how would they stand up to two weeks on & off piste? Well, they stood up really well! If, like me, you need glasses (the optical insert bit which cost less than £40 from Specsavers) to ski, then these goggles are more than worth considering. They're remarkably good value. The only, slightly, negative aspects would be a tendency to mist up - but only if stationary. I just popped them up on the helmet and then repositioned them once under way again. Also, in severe weather, they give the face less protection than conventional goggles. All in all though, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

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  3. EXCELLENT, internet shopping at it's best.
    I ordered the phoenix goggles/glasses with the prescription insert on a Wednesday and got them the next day, can't get better service than that. EXCELLENT, internet shopping at it's best.

    The goggles themselves also appear very good, though I haven't skied with them yet. They are ruggedly made, comfortable and decent air vents. Lens changing is quick & easy.

    The prescription lens insert is metal and securely sits close inside main lens

    I found it really good value to get 3 lenses, a carry case and strap for goggle conversion, all of equally pleasing quality.

    I am getting my lenses made at a lens factory (optilabs.com) near my house, because my prescription is complex It is costing me £50, more standard lenses would cost around £35ish. They had a look at the goggles and pointed out that if your prescription calls for a large convex outward curvature (long-sightedness) they may press against or touch the main lens.

    But if you are long sighted I am guessing you probably wouldn't need prescription goggles. For short-sightedness there shouldn't be a problem as those lenses have a different shape.

    I can only go skiing about 1 week a year so felt these goggles + prescription to be a good all round deal. - all fully sorted in about three days.

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  4. Now used daily without any problem
    Fantastic value, optician fitted lenses to the insert and these are now used daily without any problem.

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