Killer Loop Pandemania Eyewear

Loop Pandemania

Pandemania

User Reviews (4)

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phil   [Sep 29, 2001]
Strength:

The strongest glasses i have every owned. I once dropped an entire stove on them, and i was able to bend them back into shape, with only minor scratches due to the frames. I had them for over three years before someone finally stole them from my work.

A great pair of glasses for the price and their not oakleys

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5
VALUE
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5
Jon   cross-country rider [May 19, 1998]

Can't say this is a product review just yet, however, Killer Loop sunglasses are made by Ray-Ban/B & L and supposedly intended for action. The Pandemania's are made with Ti frames and have polycarbonate lenses. They run about $119, however I'm getting a deal from an optometrist friend for $69 so I thought I'd giv'em a try and if they don't cut it, hey, I'll get some Arnettes. Anyway, am wondering if any others out there have some Killer Loops that they'd like to review so I may know what I'm getting myself in to. I'd appreciate it. I'll be back in a few weeks with a review of my own. Some neutral chilie's until then...

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3
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Ed Smith   Weekend Warrior [May 22, 2005]
Strength:

very strong frame, can take alot of abuse and still look and feel great.

Weakness:

after about two years and alot of abuse one of my lenses pops out occasionally, but it always pops back in with no problem.

buy these glasses they are great!! I love them and I will replace them with the identical model if they ever fail. I work outside and wear them every day, and have been wearing them for just over 3 years now.

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5
VALUE
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5
Ty   Cross Country Rider [Jun 21, 2000]
Strength:

Very long lasting, very strong. It is really hard to get down on these glasses. I had them on for two years almost every sunny day. I've sat on them, stepped on them, dropped them, had lenses pop out... almost every time all it takes is a little bit of bending back if they did get bent. Really though the Ti frame is hard to punish. The only reason I stopped using them is that they broke(finally) my sister kicked me in the head and bent the piece connecting the frame to the arm which went around my left ear, I tried to bend it back but broke it in the process. No, we don't live in a trailer and fight for food, I was back from college and giving her a hard time...but if you did live in a trailer and fight for food I would recommend these for your eye protection. Anyway I'm going to get another.

Weakness:

I don't think the work weakness applies... I would like polarized lenses but I'm not sure if they offer a model with them.

Buy them, much better than some plastic oakley crap... these will take punishment.

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5
VALUE
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5
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