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Sweetm3
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Jun 18, 2013
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Mine too had a lens slightly out of place. It was a blue pair. However I easily just pushed it into place and it was fine. It happens with my other glasses/sunglasses sometimes too so I dont think it was a big deal. My sisters were purple and the were perfect. Overall i think they're great and I'd have to say they are much better than regular cheap sunglasses. They are actually quite clear and function as sunglasses compared to the $8 ones that are basically just a piece of plastic that makes everything look grey and blurry.
Jun 18, 2013
localredhead
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Jun 18, 2013
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My hinges aren't flush either. One is flush the other is not... I have never nor would ever willingly purchase a pair of sunglasses where the lens was not fully installed. To suggest that this is common and not a big deal on a pair of sunglasses is a bit ridiculous. They aren't DIY kits, and they aren't cheap either. For something like this that costs $48, I expect a lot more quality. I have multiple "cheap" pairs of sunglasses sitting infront of me right now, some I got at Ross's and some were gas station purchases. The one thing they ALL have in common over the Sunski's is they have better construction and the hinges are flush with the body of the sunglasses. Why are these sun glasses that cost as low as 1/3rd the price better constructed? What this tells me there was absolutely NO quality assurance between the manufacturer (somewhere in china) and us, where they arrived. They simply shoved them in the box and slapped a shipping label on them. I will be inquiring about a replacement set.
Jun 18, 2013
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