Randolph Sunglasses are manufactured by Randolph Engineering, Inc. of Randolph, MA.
Since 1982 Randolph Engineering has supplied aviator sunglasses to all branches of the U.S. military:
Pilots are issued Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses while submariners in the U.S. Navy are issued P3 sunglasses.
Randolph Sunglasses are Made in the USA using the best components available today.
Each pair go through almost 200 separate manufacturing operations before being delivered to Customers.
In addition, every 50th frame is twist tested to ensure they will not break. You can bend any Randolph frame and the joints should not separate.
Randolph Engineering provides a lifetime warranty on the joints, and it is very easy to get service by mailing your sunglasses to:
Randolph Engineering, Inc.
26 Thomas Patten Drive
Randolph, MA 02368
Randolph Engineering has a supply of parts for the frames. If you should break a temple or lens in your Randolph sunglasses you can get parts for your sunglasses.
Randolph sunglasses have a reputation for quality and are manufactured to the highest standards in the industry today.
The 18% nickel silver eye wire and proprietary solder make sure that the joints on each frame will not separate even under the heaviest use.
Randolph sunglasses use crown mineral glass lenses precision ground right to the edges to provide distortion free visual acuity for the wearer.
Each pair of Randolph sunglasses comes with a small equipment maintenance kit consisting of extra frame screws and nose pads which are easily replaced using the included small screwdriver.
While more expensive than some, Randolph Sunglasses have been favored by pilots and civilians alike for their clean lines, incredible frame finishes and style.