Pilot Sunglasses – A True Story About How I Discovered Real Pilot Sunglasses

Randolph Engineering Pilot Sunglasses Matte Black Frame Bayonet Temples AGX (Slight Green Tint) Lenses

Randolph Engineering Pilot Sunglasses Matte Black Frame Bayonet Temples AGX (Slight Green Tint) Lenses

Pilot Sunglasses

When I put on a pair of pilot sunglasses what I saw I could not believe. Nor will you.

I am an ATP pilot and have flown aircraft for most of my adult life.  And, I really like to fly airplanes!

I am about to tell you a true story. If you believe me you will be rewarded. If you don’t believe me, I will make it worth your while to change your mind. Let me explain.

Kenny Parlin was my boss, and I was the company pilot.

One day, while flying Kenny to a business meeting, he decided to sit up front with me as he sometimes did. As usual, we were flying IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) cruising above the clouds, and ATC (Air Traffic Control) was calling out the traffic to us.

After a while I realized something strange was going on. We were on top, out in the bright sunlight, above the clouds and time after time he would spot the other aircraft before I could.

We were both about the same age and health, looking through the same windscreen and wearing sunglasses. So what gives here?

I accused Kenny of having sunglasses that had special lenses in them, or that at least his vision had suddenly gotten better than mine.

He assured me that it was nothing of the kind.

They were just a new pair of pilot sunglasses he had found on the internet.

He Handed Me His Sunglasses.

As we exchanged sunglasses the first thing I noticed was the color of the lenses.

These pilot sunglasses had a slight green tint to them.

As I balanced them in my hands I could see and feel the quality of the frame with solid hinges and the bright smooth finish.

As I slipped them on under my headset (we both wore headsets) I noticed the bayonet style frames slid easily under the headset making it a breeze to take them off or put them back on.

I Couldn’t Believe My Eyes

When I put these pilot sunglasses on I couldn’t believe my eyes. I kept taking them off and putting them on to see if what I was seeing was indeed actually sharper or if my imagination was playing tricks on me.

Just then ATC called out some traffic and – much to my surprise – I located the traffic before Kenny!

My vision had indeed improved. It was very obvious.

I asked for my sunglasses back and kept comparing them to his.

They didn’t compare.

I was very impressed.

Everything appeared sharper, more defined and indeed had a greater three dimensional look to it.

But what did Kenny’s pilot sunglasses do that made my vision so much better?

I had to find out!

Randolph Engineering Pilot Sunglasses

The sunglasses – Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses – have lenses that filter out the ultraviolet and blue spectrum light waves from the sun.

Because blue rays are among the shortest wavelengths which occur in the visible spectrum the color blue will focus slightly in front of our eyes retina.

When the blue light rays are blocked through a special filtration process it allows the other visible light rays to clearly focus on your retina making objects appear clear and sharper than you have ever experienced.

The second reason is even more impressive.

It is harmful to have ultraviolet rays fall on our eyes.

Recognized as bad for skin, UV light is worse for eyes and is believed to play a role in many of today’s eye diseases.

Ordinary Sunglasses Danger

But what really surprised me was the danger in conventional sunglasses.

Our pupils close in bright light to limit the light entering the eye and open wider at night like the lens of an automatic camera.

So when we put on sunglasses, although we reduce the amount of light that enters our eyes, our pupils open wider and we allow more of the harmful blue and ultraviolet light into our eyes.

Don’t Be Confused!

I’m often asked by pilots who read this, “Do those Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses really work?”

They really do and please give me the opportunity to prove it.

Randolph Engineering, Inc. has been supplying these very same sunglasses to the U.S. military since 1982.

I guarantee each pair of Randolph Engineering Aviator Sunglasses to perform exactly as I have described.

The sunglasses come with 23K Gold plating, Bright Chrome, Gun Metal, Matte Black and Matte Chrome finished frames and are available in three sizes: Small (52mm), Medium (55mm) and Large (58mm).

The bayonet style temples are the most comfortable I have ever worn and will comfortably slip under hats, headsets and helmets with ease.

These pilot sunglasses compare with many of the $ 300-$500 pairs you can buy from France or Italy.

I urge you to order a pair and experience your improved vision for flying and driving.

Then take your old sunglasses and compare them to these Randolph Engineering Pilot Sunglasses.

See how much clearer and sharper objects appear with the Randolph Aviator Sunglasses.

And see if your night vision doesn’t improve as a direct result.

If you don’t see an improvement in your vision – one so noticeable that you can tell immediately – then send them back anytime within 30 days and I will send you a prompt and courteous refund.

A Dramatic Difference

But from what I have personally witnessed, once you wear a pair of these pilot sunglasses there will be no way you will want to return it.

Our eyes are very important to us.

Protect them and at the same time improve your vision with the best breakthrough in pilot sunglasses since they were first introduced.

Order a pair or two today at no obligation, today!

You can find them on our website at Randolph Aviator Sunglasses.

Don’t believe me? Challenge me by leaving a comment below!

Keep your eyes cool and protected today my friend!

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