Eneviri
Black

SKU: 9523
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$39.00

Standard Single Vision Lenses Included

Description

Designed to handle rigorous sporting events and training sessions, the Eneviri glasses are designed to provide comfortable wearing by both men and women. These glasses are multifocal lens compatible and feature a full black colored appearance with EYKI printed. They are designed rectangular in shape to suit a round face and oval face, and are lightweight when worn.



Color Black
Material Front Plastic
Material Arm Plastic
Rim Type Full Rim
Shape Rectangular
Nosepad No
Gender Unisex
Spring Hinges No
Progressive Yes
Width L >139 mm

Size

160 mm
Total Width
36 mm    55 mm
Lens Height    Lens Width
14 mm
Bridge
138 mm
Arm Length

Shipping and Return

National Delivery is : United States $0.00

International Delivery is : $19.00

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90 Days Easy Return Policy - If your are not satisfied, return process is very simple.

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Reviews

2014/09/08

Cool sport glasses and Globaleyeglasses did good job too

Globaleyeglasses did a good job for me on these glasses. This is my 3rd set of glasses that I've ordered from Globaleyeglasses. My first pair had just 1 pair. This order had 2 pairs of the same model. For this order, I'll mention why Globaleyeglasses did a good job. I had messed up. I wrote down -2.75 for part of my Rx instead of -2.25. I noticed it the next day and called them (I also had an email on the way as well) They got it updated, and let me know that it was corrected, confirmed it with an email. Then a couple weeks later they sent a note that they had left the lab, and sent the tracking order when it was close to entering the USPS system. So it all worked out just fine. No problems, and they kept me pretty well informed. For the glasses - what I like about these is that there is not a nose guard (I have another pair that does - makes it SUPER durable, and adds a little "wipe-out" protection too, but you probably wouldn't wear them to six flags). But for these, since they're a sport type too, the parts that would break on regular glasses (part where arms connect to the glasses) are a rubber type flexible piece. This Eneviri is a pair that you could wear skiing, and you can keep them on afterwards if you went into the lodge (or to a Six Flags/Water park). I have 2 different pairs. One is chromatic (those are better for going inside and outside), and I also got a max dark tinted pair. that pair is for driving behind UV screened glass, or when I know that I want them dark (say on a boat) and am just going to have a regular set of glasses handy for afterwards. You can see this pretty well from looking at them, but I'll point it out as well. The pads around the face are good. They're not huge, but they make the glasses comfortable, and since they're not goggles (not a complete seal), they look normal and there shouldn't be any fogging (aside from minute or two when you get out of an AC'd car to a hot humid day, but that's to be expected). So if you see glasses like these, what you'll want to look for are the things I mentioned above. See if it has the nose guard or not. If you like that, then fine - they are super rugged - I'm sure they're not "indestructible" but the ones with a nose shield piece (like a T bar over the nose). Then look and see if the sides are like the sides on these. These are good. This pair doesn't have a special nose guard (so they look wearable when not actively participating in a sport). Then, depending upon your Rx, or if you can go without glasses or not (I don't like too, myself), decide whether you want tinted or Chromatic. If you get tinted, make sure you pick a lens style/weight or whatever that either comes with UV automatically, or is something you can select. I don't mind skimping on UV if they're regular glasses that I wear at my desk at work, but if you have a tint feature (or chromatic) that makes your pupils dilate (open up) don't skip UV protection. UV protection is always preferred when outside, but if your pupils are open wider (like when behind a tint), you really need to have UP protection added. Hope that helps! Dan

2014/09/08

Also Jennelyn Lopez (Global Eyeglasses) provided excellent support

Also Jennelyn Lopez was the person at globaleyeglasses that provided some excellent follow up and response to my questions. I had question about how to fix the mistake I'd made by entering my Rx incorrectly. It wasn't any problem -they just corrected it. It didn't seem to delay my order or anything, and I received a follow up email when it was getting ready to ship. Thanks! Dan

2014/09/08

Excellent with a tint as well

This is a copy of my review to make sure it gets attached to the tinted version as well: This Eneviri is a pair that you could wear skiing, and you can keep them on afterwards if you went into the lodge (or to a Six Flags/Water park). I have 2 different pairs. One is chromatic (those are better for going inside and outside), and I also got a max dark tinted pair. that pair is for driving behind UV screened glass, or when I know that I want them dark (say on a boat) and am just going to have a regular set of glasses handy for afterwards. You can see this pretty well from looking at them, but I'll point it out as well. The pads around the face are good. They're not huge, but they make the glasses comfortable, and since they're not goggles (not a complete seal), they look normal and there shouldn't be any fogging (aside from minute or two when you get out of an AC'd car to a hot humid day, but that's to be expected). So if you see glasses like these, what you'll want to look for are the things I mentioned above. See if it has the nose guard or not. If you like that, then fine - they are super rugged - I'm sure they're not "indestructible" but the ones with a nose shield piece (like a T bar over the nose). Then look and see if the sides are like the sides on these. These are good. This pair doesn't have a special nose guard (so they look wearable when not actively participating in a sport). Then, depending upon your Rx, or if you can go without glasses or not (I don't like too, myself), decide whether you want tinted or Chromatic. If you get tinted, make sure you pick a lens style/weight or whatever that either comes with UV automatically, or is something you can select. I don't mind skimping on UV if they're regular glasses that I wear at my desk at work, but if you have a tint feature (or chromatic) that makes your pupils dilate (open up) don't skip UV protection. UV protection is always preferred when outside, but if your pupils are open wider (like when behind a tint), you really need to have UP protection added. Hope that helps! Dan