By Randolph Engineering – The First Choice Of Navy Pilots!
|With so many choices when it comes to buying a pair of Naval aviator sunglasses how do you know which are best for you? Should you choose Ray Ban Aviators, AO Original Pilots, Randolph Engineering Naval Aviator Sunglasses or even Serengeti Aviator sunglasses?
Our extensive research reveals that Randolph Engineering Naval Aviator Sunglasses deliver more for less:
Have You Ever Felt Weary After All Day In Bright Sunlight?
I don’t know about you, but after I spend all day outdoors, driving a long distance or flying at altitude my eyes get red, sore and tired from the bright sunlight. At the end of the day your head hurts, the indoor lights cause your eyes to squint, you feel drained of energy and just want to lay down.
Harmful ultraviolet rays can injure eyes or cause disease in your eyes;
Unprotected eyes exposed to harsh sunlight can become red and irritated;
Direct and indirect glare can interfere with your sight and cause accidents;
There’s no need to struggle anymore!
We’ll show you how Randolph Engineering Naval Aviator sunglasses can help even if other sunglasses you purchased disappointed you.
How Do I Know These Navy Aviators Will Keep Your Eyes Safe?
As a pilot I have worn Randolph engineering Navy style aviator sunglasses for over 30 years in preference to AO Original Pilots, Ray Ban Aviators and Serengeti Aviator sunglasses I have purchased in the past. I am type rated in several aircraft, including jets, and have experienced the harmful effects of bright sunlight and damaging uv rays first hand.
The precision ground mineral lenses absorb 98-100% of harmful UVA, UVB & UVC ultraviolet rays while allowing 12 to 18% of visible light to pass through – this is the ideal comfort level for most wearers. With exceptionally scratch-resistant glass lenses and blue light blocking you will see everything with absolute distortion free clarity.
The very first time I put my Randolph Engineering Navy Pilot Sunglasses on my eyes instantly relaxed, felt cooler and I noticed the incredible effect on my visual acuity. Suddenly I could see everything sharper, clear and with their natural colors more than you could ever imagine possible!
What Makes These Naval Aviator Sunglasses So Special?
These aviator sunglasses will fit your head perfectly;
You can easily slip them on and off under ear noise protectors, hats, helmets, headsets and other gear you wear;
You will see everything distortion free and so sharp you can see more than you thought possible;
If you need prescription lenses these frames will work perfectly;
The hand polished frames and specially ground mineral lenses provide for your maximum eye comfort;
Dangerous “blue light” is cut off increasing your visual acuity and contrast.
How Randolph US Navy Sunglasses Block UV & Blue Light Rays
|There are 3 categories of invisible high energy UV rays: UVC rays, the highest-energy rays and potentially the most harmful, UVB rays with slightly longer wavelengths and lower energy than UVC rays and UVA rays which are closer to visible light rays but which can pass through the cornea and reach the lens and retina inside the eye.
Gary Heiting, O.D. has researched the effects of UV (ultra-violet) rays noting that extended exposure to the sun’s UV rays has been linked to eye damage, including cataracts, macular degeneration, pingueculae and pterygia and photokeratitis that can cause temporary vision loss.
|In the second image note how the sunglasses lens blocks the harmful UV rays and the Infrared rays, but allows all of the visible light to pass through.
When considering the purchase of a pair of aviator sunglasses it is important to make sure they block between 98-100% of these harmful UV rays, as well as the infrared rays. Infrared radiation is transformed into heat which can heat up and burn the surface of your eyes. This is why your eyes may feel warm, become red and tired with long exposure to bright sunlight.
Blocking the Infrared radiation results in your eyes feeling cooler, preventing surface burn damage to your retina.
|The very best aviator sunglasses must block 98 to 100% of UV rays along with the infrared rays and “blue light” rays.
Recent studies suggest that the blue end of the light spectrum may also contribute to retinal damage and possibly lead to macular degeneration. The retina can be harmed by high-energy visible radiation of blue/violet light that penetrates the macular pigment found in the eye.
Notice how the Randolph Engineering Aviator sunglasses lenses with premium mineral glass are ground to block uv, infrared and visible “blue light” rays.
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Choose Your Lens Tint!
|When choosing the proper lens color it is important that you think about the conditions you normally encounter where you need to wear sunglasses. For example, if you are a pilot flying an aircraft with a glass cockpit, non-polarized sunglasses are best. However, if you work outdoors a lot or in the desert then polarized sunglasses may work best to reduce glare and eye fatigue.
For anyone who uses devices with LCD displays the non-polarized lenses are best;
For anyone who spends a great deal of time like the desert where glare is a problem polarized lenses are best;
Gray lenses provide absolute true color reception and are the preferred tint for most people;
AGX (Slight Green Tint) lenses are similar to Gray but emphasize green colors;
Tan lenses work exceptionally well in overcast or hazy conditions.
I would recommend that most people consider purchasing 2 pairs of sunglasses including one pair with Tan lenses in addition to the primary lens tint chosen.
What Comes In The Box?
When your Randolph Aviator sunglasses arrive they will come in a beautiful box, and inside the box you will find a hard carrying case, a special Randolph Engineering micro fiber cleaning cloth, a maintenance equipment kit with a small screw driver, extra screws and extra nose pads, as well as a copy of the Randolph Engineering Certificate of Guarantee and a Warranty Card.
Build Your Own Pair Of Randolph Naval Aviator Sunglasses!
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