It is very nice when I hear from Customers about how much they like their new Randolph Aviator Sunglasses.
Today I had an interesting conversation with one of my Customers, Lennie.
Lennie received his pair of Randolph Aviator sunglasses from me (a pair of AF054 55mm 23K Gold Plated Frame with Skull Temples) today and could not wait to talk to me.
This morning I received a telephone call from Lennie excited and let me know how pleased he was with the sunglasses.
Randolph Sunglasses Frames
The quality of Randolph Sunglasses frames is extremely important to Randolph Engineering. Each frame requires a number of manufacturing processes to pass quality control. In the photograph above you see Marcin Szymanski showing us a finished eye frame made of 18% nickel silver alloy.
Randolph Engineering Handcrafted American Eyewear – A Randolph Engineering Review of an American icon.
For the last 3 years Randolph Engineering, Inc. of Randolph, MA has been re-branding itself from it’s traditional military products and bringing all of the knowledge, technology and expertise to the consumer product marketplace. Read more
Randolph Aviator sunglasses have long been considered the “standard” by U.S. military pilots and pilots around the world due to their exceptional visual acuity.
Randolph Aviator sunglasses are made with mineral glass lenses which are precision ground and chemically treated for an impact resistance that exceeds the ANSI Z-803 standards. Read more
One company is so concerned about their sunglass frames coming apart that they do a sunglasses frame twist test on every 50th pair of sunglasses they manufacture! Read more
Randolph Engineering, Inc.
I have visited the Randolph Engineering, Inc. manufacturing plant in Randolph, MA several times now, and each time I learn something new. Always friendly, always changing and always improving, each visit brings home the quality and pride that only Made in America products can bring.
On September 19th, 2013 the author of a blog titled “Fine Young Gentleman” toured the Randolph Engineering factory and I thought it might be interesting to see someone else’s opinion of the company.
What follows is the article: Read more