Monthly Archives: November 2008
I would like to wish everybody Happy Thanksgiving!Â It is timeÂ of turkeys, stuffing, and pumpkin pie! Enjoy it! …
Serengeti has launched a few new women’s sunglasses styles. Serengeti Zina is one of them. If you are looking for fashionable sunwear at a reasonable price, Serengeti Zina sunglasses should be your choice. The frame combines bold classic and glamorous modern designs. The lenses are made from photochromic glass that will darken when you are outside. Besides perfect optical clarity they feature anti-reflective coating that will eliminate annoying reflections. You can choose among 3 variations.
Serengeti 7009 features CharcoalÂ frameÂ and glass Green 555nm lenses
Serengeti 7000 comes inÂ HoneyÂ frameÂ with glass Drivers Gradient lenses
I finally bought the sunglasses I was looking for since last year. My favorite Serengeti Vedi! Yuhoooooo! Serengeti announced that they were planning to phase this model out. But since they had too many requests for Vedi sunglasses (I’m sure I was not the only one ), they manufactured some additional frames. I wish all manufacturers would listen to the consumers and bring back the most popular models. People leave posts on the sunglasses forum looking for the discontinued glasses every day!…
My friend bought some absolutely beautiful sunglasses the other day. The funny thing is that her husband tried them on and liked them so much that bought exact same model but in a different lens color! So now she is wearing the Meltdown 3920273116 model with Cobalt lenses and he is rocking in the Meltdown 10726 model.
I have the same pair of Bolle Meltdown glasses (mine are actually fitted with prescription lenses). The specs look really nice. Rimless frames are light weight. You do not even fill that you are wearing anything. In addition the lenses are polycarbonate. And poly lenses are less heavy than glass. Bolle 3920273116 that Nelly (my friend) got comes with Polarized Cobaltz. These are steel gray lenses with a flash blue mirror. They look very chic. In addition they come with a polarization filter that eliminates all irritating glare from wet road, streetlights, etc. Her husband got TLB dark brown lenses. Same model looks totally different depending on the lenses: hers – charming and sophisticated, his – modern and classic. Go figure!…