Sunclipa eyewear combines a shade and filter to give the wearer optimum comfort, prevent temporary blinding (see the video above) and allows a safe, clear view of the scene ahead.
Feedback shows that the Sunclipa clip-on helps block peripheral sunlight and protects cyclists and anglers from flying insects too!
All filters are UV400 certified
The supplied clip-in prescription frames should be glazed by a certified optician.
Drove into Harrogate to get my first vax dose this morning. Very sunny weather so I gave your product a road test. I have to say I am surprised how well it works and how comfortable it is to use, both visually and on the face. It's like having additional sunvisors in the car, especially when sunlight is streaming in through the front driver or passenger window. So, I am a fan of your system and invention.
Thanks for providing me with a sample of your anti-blinding eyewear. I have tried it and found it to be very useful in reducing sun glare. I much prefer it to the sunglasses I normally wear in sunny conditions. As well as the comfort and style my prestige car hire company provides to the public, the safety of our passengers is paramount so I will certainly be purchasing a production devices for myself and for my pool of qualified chauffeurs.
I have been driving vans and trucks long distance for many years. I can honestly say that I found Sunclipa very comfortable and great at blocking out bright sunlight. I also like the fact that Sunclipa adjusts up or down which allows me to select the level of blocking that suits me.
Hey Tony, yes I have tried your glasses and love them. I have a few guys trying them also and so far they like them as well. Everyone has been asking if these glasses are good to use as a safety glasses because some job sites require us to use safety equipment.
Hey Tony, Great feel while wearing, lightweight and no pressure points on bridge of nose or behind the ears Lenses - for my preference, the gray polarized lens was very nice. I often feel that some sunglasses obstruct my ability to properly read road conditions, and the gray polarized with the fade was perfect for my use.
Having tried and tested numerous pairs of sun glasses over the many years of my angling career, all from named angling brands, have I ever been completely satisfied, no! Just like waterproof clothing, all have been marketed with a huge list of specifications, one’s to catch the angler, add price to the product but disappointingly rarely supply the quality product promised!
I must admit that my prescription polarizing sun-glasses don’t get used in an angling situation that often, they are more readily used for driving to and from a venue, but on the odd occasion, such as float fishing for tench on a bright summers morning, when the need to dot a float right down is paramount, they do come out the case, but do they do the job perfectly, far from it!
UV400 certified, Sunclipa anti-glare/blinding eyewear however are perfect for the job, combining a shade and filter they have been designed to virtually eliminate all sunlight; they even allow a frame with your prescription lenses to be added. No more squinting as light enters from the side or rear, this product allows me to simply concentrate on the job in hand, watching that float. Supplied in a handy protective zip case which includes loads of accessories including four tinted filters, yellow being one and a great advantage to an angler fishing into the ‘witching hour’ low light.
I can’t wait to put them through their passes in the height of the summer lure fishing from my small boat within the south coast harbours and estuaries and can already see those mullet and bass chasing my lure. Lure anglers as well as trout and pike anglers casting a fly, anglers that demand they very best in anti-glare eyewear are going to find this system a massive hit in their armoury and the wrap round design gives added piece of mind when it comes to eye safety.
No more being blinded by the sun on route to the venue, no more headaches from squinting to see the float all day, no more mini screws being lost or lenses dropping into the water and no more being ripped off by manufactures promising the earth.
Do they do what they say they do, yes and will they set you back a fortune, no!