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Revo Overhang

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I have had mine for only 4 months. If they were not…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $200

I have had mine for only 4 months. If they were not on my face they were in the hard case. I only cleaned the lens with the cloth provided and the spray I bought from the retail store where I bought the glasses.

I was on my motorcycle and was riding 130mph and the nose bridge bent and the screw in the nose bridge on the left lens came out. It is still together but there is a small crack in the lens and it is very loose.

I have looked all over for replacement parts. I am not opposed to buying the parts needed to keep from buying another pair of 200 dollar sunglasses and I think the lens will be fine just need that center piece...

If I am able to find the piece for under $40 I will give these glasses a 5-star rating because they probably were not built to ride motorcycle. It is sad. My Oakleys hold up, but then again they are full frame.

If anyone has any idea where I can get the parts, please feel free to contact me. If you are reading this and it is past 10/30/11 please don't respond. Either I fixed it or returned them for 50% off a new pair <---- hope that's not the case. autoglassoftulsa@gmail.com

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