- Dhb Pro Triple Lens Sunglasses
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Our top of the range triple lens sunglasses provide 100 per cent UVA and UVB protection.
Top Features of the dhb Pro Triple Lens Sunglasses
- Strong, but light frame
- Removable nose piece
- Larger lenses provide more coverage and block peripheral light
- Rubber grippers on rounded arms keep these babies glued to your head
- State of the art UV absorbency give 100% UVA and UVB protection.
- Ultra scratch-resistant polycarbonate lens. Highly impact resistant.
- The Hydrophobic lens coating on all the lenses helps repels sweat and water.
- The Clear lens is ideal for night and extreme low light conditions while still offering 100% UV protection
- The Smoke lens with black red REVO coating is ideal for bright sunny conditions.
- The Orange lens is to cut down glare in variable conditions
- Comes complete with soft padded case!
The frame is strong yet lightweight and rubber grippers on the rounded arms ensure a perfect fit and optimum comfort. The Hydrophobic lens coating helps repel sweat and water and the ultra scratch-resistant polycarbonate lens will help keep these great shades in top condition. They come with clear, smoke and orange lenses to suit all light conditions and a soft padded case.
dhb clothing is used by the riders in Team Wiggle
About Performance Sunglasses
Eye protection is vital for most outdoor activities, especially cycling as debri and spray from the road can be flicked up into your face. A pair of good quality sports sunglasses will help to keep the wind, insects, rain, spray and dust out of your eyes. Dark ones will cut down on light so you don't have to squint to see where you're going. All glasses should eliminate harmful UV rays, protecting your retinas from damage. So that you can protect your eyes in all conditions, glasses with interchangeable lenses are useful. Either that, or get yourself one pair for bright, dull and dark light conditions.
About the dhb brand
dhb is a technical sports apparel brand, founded in Hampshire, UK, in 2004. We are passionate about the exhilaration of being outside and enjoying sport. Our cycling and running collections are designed for all levels of participant - from novice to professional. We believe ‘there’s no such thing as bad weather’, which is why we aim to provide a wide range of products from a 2.5 layer waterproof jacket to a 90g racing jersey, to keep you outside, doing what you love, all year round.
At dhb, our in-house design & development team in London work with global partners who are experts in manufacturing, materials and technology to deliver the highest quality products. We strive to create stylish and durable apparel that allows our users to forget about gear and focus on their sport.
We are proud to support our sportsmen and women across the world. dhb sponsorships include:
- Official Cycle Clothing supplier for Prudential RideLondon
- Official Team Kit and Clothing supplier to the Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling team
- Emily Collins (National Champion - New Zealand)
- Peta Mullens (National MTB XCE Champion - Australia)
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Magazine reviews for dhb Pro Triple Lens Sunglasses
Review from MBUK
These are refreshingly great budget glasses that really look the part. The fit is close and secure with no restriction on peripheral vision. For 35 of you English pounds you get an orange lens, a dark mirrored lens and a reflective clear lens, all in a smart bespoke soft case. The nosepiece is movable to accommodate different sizes and shapes of beak, as are the arms to fit different head shapes.
A great looking eyewear set up – they're as good as it gets in the budget sector.
Review from Cycling Plus
Another pair of glasses that come with multiple lens options in this case clear, orange and dark mirrored as well as three different frame colour options. The single piece frame offers great peripheral vision, the adjustable nose piece and rubber arms provide a good balance of support and comfort, and their styling proved more popular dare we say 'modern' then the similarly priced and specced Madison D'Arcs. They also have exactly the same frame as the Bloc Leopards.
Versatile, great value three-lens sunglasses combo.
Review from The Bicycle Buyer
This is the best value eye protection we have used, giving you three interchangeable lenses to make the best of most conditions. There's a clear lens for low flat light, a smoke lens for bright weather and an orange lens to cut down glare when light is variable.
Unlike some budget glasses these are nicely designed and have the sort of looks which allow you to ease the pressure on your credit crunched wallet without looking like a cheapskate. The lightweight frames might not feel as solid as some of the more expensive glasses here but they do the job more than adequately. Price includes a soft bag and case to keep them safe.
Three in one glasses offering great value.
Rating: Performance: 8/10 Value 10/10
Review from MBR
These represent some of the best value specs on the market. As the name suggests, you get three lenses, all hydrophobic so they do a decent job or repelling sweat. The sunnies stay firmly wobble free too, and double up as commuting specs thanks to their good all-round vision
Rating: 3 of the best
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Start by sliding the middle of the lense lense downwards until it is free from the attachment over the nose.
Then go to either side of the lense and pull it out from the frame - direction of pull should be towards the nose piece of the frame. You will need to put a little bit of bend in the lense, but don't worry cos it can take it, and will return to its original curve when pressure is releases. The lense should slot out from both sides of the frame so that it is completely removed.
Pretty much the reverse of above.
Start by putting one of the side attachments into the frame, then the other side (again a little bending will be needed). Finish by pusing the lense up into the nose bridge attachment.
once you have done it a couple of times, its very easy.
Reverse it to put it back, get the corners in then the middle.
Can someone explain how one changes the leses?
And hold frame with other hand above same place
Pull lens down away from frame, they will start to part then gently pull away from the ends.
To replace simply insert the ends of the lens into the frame, each side, and push the nose area up to meat the frame.
Make sure your hands are clean before you change the lens or you will have a smudge around the nose piece which will be annoying when you ride. Not the easiest lenses to change.
You might have figured this out by now, but remove the nose grip, then pull the part of the lense that goes over your nose down gently. Once the lens has come down, you will be able to remove the side parts of the lenses from the frame, one side at a time.
Hope that helps.
The lenses simply fall out and can be easily exchnaged without applying and stress to them or bending them by reversing this process.
Hope that helps.
There is a little flex in the lense and they are quite strong. Not super easy to change, but I can't see the lense slipping out at all once in place!
I've changed mine several times already without incident.
Once you have it angled about 45 degrees down you can gently pop one end out and then the other.
Reverse the process to put the new lens in.
yes they do tend to fog a bit, mainly when you come to stop for a while.
Once you have pulled far enough it will be possible to remove the lens from the arms.
To put the new lens in, push the corner of the lens back into the arms and then slowly push the middle back in.
To fit a lens. Locate the side tipe into the slot in the frame and then ease the middle of the lens into the bridge.
I am not a large person, but they fit me fine.
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