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Fifty Sense: Common Sense Ideas for Thriving after 50
Fifty Sense: Common Sense Ideas for Thriving after 50

Review: Coyote Sunglasses

Fifty Sense Seal of Approval One of the most irritating aspects of evolving "not aging"! - is my changing eyesight. I have so far resisted the temptation of having lasers beamed into my corneas so I have to wear reading glasses.

The glasses are bad enough in daily use but especially aggravating while driving! I don't want the expense of prescription-ground sunglasses so I've been fumbling with changing from sunglasses to reading glasses when I need to read maps, etc. while driving - even worse than talking on a cell phone! BUT NO MORE !!

There are several companies that make sunglasses with readers built in. I've been wearing the Coyote Sunglasses for the past three months and have found them to be extremely useful and well-made. They have polycarbonate Polarized lenses that are nearly indestructible, even when the grandkids get ahold of them or you leave them on the seat and sit on them.

The frames themselves use spring hinges for a very comfortable fit and are also unbreakable. The reading lense is laminated on the inside of the glass to protect it from unnecessary wear and scratching.

There's a lot of other technical data on their website and I'd recommend you check out their awesome styles and features. Make sure you look into their unique "No Fault Lifetime Replacement" program. If only our body parts came with the same guarantee

Women specific reading sunglasses- BP6

There are many reason’s why these are the sunglasses that always stay in the car. First and foremost, we know we can read the map or directions when driving. The second is the fit. We have been known to drive 13-14 hours in one day, and you don’t want to be bothered by your sunglasses. The third reason is the quality of the lens.

Coyote has developed the technology to have a lens that cuts out the sun, but is still light enough on those hazy days with low light. The fourth reason is the toughness. We can depend on them holding up to activities. The last reason is the style! We may need the reading glasses, but still want to look good!


...Fiftysense Product Review Panel

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