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Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Thu Apr 03, 2014 10:46 am

Thank you so much for the feedback. This is what everyone needs to read. Tag Heuer Sunglasses offer high end materials and with a high fashion sense. Ray-Ban is just as good and in a more affordable price point.

Thank you again!

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by dickphan on Thu Apr 03, 2014 6:10 am

Right on my topic..ever since ive bought sunnies ive always have bought cheapo under $20 sunnies not becausei carnt afford it but ive always been a mega tightass..but recently this past month ive been out late night shopping and always walked pass sunglass hut..after trying there sunnies out I smiled at there prices and said thankyou...I went online/ebay and bought myself a pair of maui jims kahunas (which is made of glass) for $80 cheaper then sunnyhut..I do like them alot but they do feel abit heavy..thinking to myself heavy means good quality :) the following week I walked by sunnyhut again and saw/tried some raybans that looked really cool so I got there model number and bought them online also saving $120 my raybans are made of poly..which are so light and comfortable a pleasure to wear...the clarity also is superb..loving the high end products...I would recommend polycarbonate for it is just as good as glass in clarity and much lighter...or until it scratches .. was also looking into tag heuer sunglasses but theres not much information on how good their lenses are and there prices is off the roof...oh well might stick with what u know for now...thx 4 reading

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Fri Mar 28, 2014 5:03 pm

Thank you very much. We try hard to offer very competitive pricing on our authentic brands.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by lisanita on Thu Mar 27, 2014 10:34 pm

I have worn many types of sunglasses, but I'm really interested in Ray Ban RB3016 Classic Clubmaster Sunglasses review is very well built and cleanly finished and best price. Why do not you try this?

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Mon Jun 17, 2013 7:57 am

Thanks for the feedback! Ray-Ban is certainly known for style and quality.

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Post by benjifrank on Fri Jun 14, 2013 3:21 am

I think ray ban is one of the best quality of sunglasses. They give class as well look

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Thu Apr 25, 2013 11:53 am

SunglassHut is owned by Luxottica and Luxottica owns Oakley. You will not find fakes at that retailer as well as OpticsPlanet.com.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

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Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Mon Apr 01, 2013 8:51 am

That is an excellent testimonial. Thank you.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by Thremix on Thu Mar 28, 2013 4:19 pm

After trying out the Maui Jim banyans and hookipa against the serengeti driver lens, side by side at high noon in the Hot and bright texas day, in no way shape or form does the maui jim bronze lens hold a candle to the serengeti. Everything thing Maui jim advertises about the bronze lens is absolutly true.... FOR Serengeti! LOL the colors like Green, yellow, Red, just come to life!! They really do POP! lol, the Maui jim bronze lens was dull in comparison... if I had not had the serengeti lens right next to it, I would not have noticed, but the serengeti lens just brought colors to life... lol I'm sold for life, and an Oakley convert!

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Mon Mar 25, 2013 3:26 pm

When you're back in the market for a new pair give us a shot.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by lucy688 on Mon Mar 25, 2013 3:21 am

larumd wrote:Sometimes you do get what you paid for. In cases where up-charges apply ask good questions. Ask them to explain the value of the product and the benefits. It always pays to be an educated consumer.
yeah~$100 money is for sunglass valued at $100. I also buy a rayban sunglass from 2012sunglass.com last week. And I got the sunglass today. By now, all shows good but not sure about the quality in future.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Fri Jul 20, 2012 2:48 pm

Sometimes you do get what you paid for. In cases where up-charges apply ask good questions. Ask them to explain the value of the product and the benefits. It always pays to be an educated consumer.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by Guest on Fri Jul 20, 2012 4:34 am

Personally my experience is that if sumthing cost you too high then it must be much much better and will not harm anyhow..Pay for branded quality products.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Tue Jul 17, 2012 9:05 am

Thanks for the post!

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by lululymon on Tue Jul 17, 2012 5:45 am

I was in a store yesterday and just did a side by side comparison of several Maui Jim vs. Ray Ban vs. Serengeti vs. Revo aviator style sunglasses, polarized. I had owned a pair of Raybans that I loved, both for the look and the optical quality, until lost/stolen on vacation.

I wanted to buy the same Ray-Bans, but there was no comparison...optical quality of the Maui Jim's blew away the Ray Bans, Serengetis, Revos, all of them. Did not try the Kaenon's. Aside from vibrancy of the colors and decreased glare, I felt a noticable decrease in eye strain. The glass does weigh more, but probably explains the optical quality as well.

As for safety, when I'm doing something active, I have a separate pair of Smith plastic/plastic sunglasses that I use. Have not had any sunglass injuries in the last 20 years, aside from one in college when playing soccer with metal rimmed glasses on.

Bottom line, if you can deal with the (probably minute) risk of injury from glass lenses, and the extra $100 or so, Maui Jim lens quality can't be beat.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Wed May 02, 2012 8:07 am

You are correct Maui Jim Sunglasses are spectacular! Thank you for the input.

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Post by Stephenmarble on Wed May 02, 2012 5:59 am

The Jim Maui sunglasses brand has been churning out the most stylish frames ever since the decade of the nineteen eighties. These sunglasses are much coveted by customers of all age groups and of various backgrounds. The clientele for Jim Maui sunglasses ranges from ordinary professionals to celebrities. What is particularly about these sunglasses apart from their elegant appearance and the ability to offer protection from the sun’s rays is the warranty policy which they are accompanied by. All Maui Jim sunglasses come with an authentic Maui Jim hard or semi-hard case, depending on the style.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by larumd on Wed Jan 25, 2012 2:41 pm

Thanks for the feedback. The purplish coating is Ray-Ban's non-glare AR coating. Sometimes people don't like the AR coating. You might be able to get used to it.

Re: Ray Ban polarized lens technologies vs. Maui Jim

Post by ajcorson on Sat Aug 21, 2010 4:27 pm

I just bought a pair of bronze polarized Maui Jim Breakwalls and a pari of Ray Bay Techs with bronze polarized lenses. The Maui Jim lenses are noatbly better due to less reflection noted with the inside surface of the lense (reflections of my own eyes mostly). The Ray Bans have some sort of coating that looks purplish/blue which I would think should help this problem but instead it acts to sort of mirrorize the inner surface and brighten all reflections. Simply holding the two up side by side with an intentional glare from something bright shows a significant difference. MJ does not have a coat on the inside of the lense and the reflection just appears much more muted. Unlike the Ray Bans, I've never notice the reflection while wearing the MJs. I'd bet this only impacts some lighting conditions like sun roof open at 12:00 with direct sun from the top and may go away at other times/conditions.

In the end I'm keeping the Ray Bans due to the size and shape of the lens fitting better with my face. I think I just bought the wrong MJs and never bothered to try them anywhere before buying on line. The MJs are probably a tad more comfortable since they are so light and flexible. This could also be viewed as being flimsy but I haven't owed them long enough to know first hand. From a style standpoint the Ray Bans look much better on me, so I'm going to live with the reflection issue (can't look stupid). If the reflection begins to bother me, I might buy another style of MJs. If I had to do over, that's exactly what I would do. No point in compromising on a new purchase. So much for buying without trying.

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