Unique Rolex watches are being offered by many watch dealers of Rolex at wholesale rates since they have a tie up with the Swiss watch manufacturers. They sell these Unique Rolex watches at attractive wholesale prices. Now, this can be a perfect choice to make if one wants to buy these classic watches without paying a hefty price for it. These unique Rolex dealers offer most of the popular Rolex different watches at discounted price. And in case you figure out that there is some discrepancy with their watches then some of the reliable dealers refund your money as well.
Most replica Rolex dealers aim at satisfying their customers by offering best of replica Rolex collections. Customers can buy their watches by paying the amount through credit card. This option has now become quite convenient as most of the buyers prefer using a credit card as the mode of payment. The appearance, as well as the finish of unique Rolex watches, is so perfect that it¡¯s hard to differentiate between the original and the replica Rolex watches.
Rolex Daytona Watches
This is one of the most exclusive collections of watches from Rolex. This model is made out of stainless steel and it has an indicator with units per hour on the bezel with sapphire crystal glass. The crown is yet again made out of finest stainless steel like cutwork along with the logo of Rolex and two additional crowns on both sides.
Unique Rolex Submariner Watches
This all time classic collections from Rolex is considered to be the most popular one, the main reason being that it has been featured quite frequently in most of the James Bond movies. You can now very conveniently get a class like James Bond by possessing one of these different. These watches are also made out of stainless steel but the bezel has a glowing minute marker with a sapphire crystal glass.
Rolex different Day Date Watches
If you are on the lookout of a watch which has an elegant and legendary style then Rolex Day Date is the apt one. The bracelet of these watches is mostly made out of 18k yellow gold finished with stainless steel with a cutwork bezel which is also made out of fine steel.
Thus different Rolex watches are affordable and are made with fine quality which makes it difficult to identify that it’s not an original Rolex watch. Men who have a fascination for these watches can buy unique and can go on adding them to their collection.
No matter where and when you intend to use your sunglasses, make sure the lenses are 100% protective against UVA and UVB rays. The phrase “UV 400” means the same thing. Your lenses must protect your eyes against light rays up to 400 nanometers in wavelength. All high-quality sunglasses from the major sport brands do. Some fashion sunglasses do not. Many cheap sunglasses do not. Some cheapies will sport a vague hang tag that reads something like: “UV protective” or “100% UV.” Is that UVA and UVB? Maybe not. If you have any doubt, investigate. Or, buy from a reputable manufacturer. All sunglasses reviewed on this site provide full UV protection.
2. Should You Buy Glass Lenses?
The acuity of top-notch glass lenses is why I say “Great sunglasses are better than reality.” When glass lenses are carefully ground and polished, they have the potential to deliver the crispest optics imaginable. Great glass lenses have an element of snap, a startling clarity, that other materials can approach but never surpass. Glass, however, is tricky stuff to work with. Unless it’s sliced really thin, it can create uncomfortably heavy shades. Polarizing film has to be sandwiched between layers of glass, which means each eye is looking through two layers of bonded glass. Such processes are costly. You’ll always pay a premium for glass.
While glass is great for street or fashion wear, if your lifestyle might include impact with foreign objects, glass isn’t a great idea. It’s susceptible to shattering. On the other hand, it’s much more resistant to scratching than any plastic lens, even if the plastic lens has a fancy coating.
Finally, just because sunglasses are glass doesn’t mean they’re great. In the hands of the masters of the craft like Maui Jim, Costa del Mar, or Smith, they probably are. But great sunglasses with plastic lenses easily surpass mediocre glass shades. If you want the brilliance of glass, be prepared to shell out for the thrill.
3. Do You Want Polycarbonate Lenses?
Plastic lenses for sunglasses come in several flavors, including polycarbonate (PC), CR-39, and some proprietary materials. Polycarbonate is the best choice for action sports. Sunglasses made for the military (e.g., those from Wiley X, Smith, and Oakley) are invariably made with polycarbonate (PC) lenses. In fact, any premium sunglasses made to withstand occupational hazards are made with polycarbonate. If there’s a chance of a pebble flying into your eyes, of your taking an endo, or (heaven forbid) a chance of fragments from bullet fire hitting your eyes, you want PC lenses. For mountain biking, river rafting, rock climbing, volleyball, baseball, even golf, you want polycarbonate lenses.
Only polycarbonate lenses stand a chance of passing both ANSI Z-87.1 tests for impact resistance. In one test, a 25mm steel ball gets fired at a lens mounted on a face form. In the other, a pointed, 1.1-pound weight is dropped on a lens, also mounted on a face form. To pass, the lenses cannot shatter AND cannot make contact with the face form. The frame has to hold the lens in place, which means that the sunglasses must be very carefully designed and constructed. Cheap shades made from PC lenses are very unlikely to pass that latter test.
As for acuity, polycarbonate can approach the optical clarity of glass, but only when in the hands of a manufacturer with outstanding quality control. Oakley and Wiley X make great shades using PC exclusively. But cheap polycarbonate sunglasses can be dreadfully, eye-strainingly bad.
The downside of PC? Mainly its susceptibility to scratching. The best lenses receive a scratch-resistant coating that works well, but it can’t turn plastic into glass. Lousy PC lenses will scratch like crazy.
4. Do you want CR-39 lenses?
CR-39 is a plastic lens material that’s been around for more than 60 years. Its attributes include light weight, impact resistance, and, in the hands of quality manufacturers (say, Bollé or Costa Del Mar), outstanding optical clarity. For all those reasons, clear CR-39 is by far the most common choice for everyday prescription eyeglasses. But that doesn’t mean it’s the best choice for sunglasses. How does it stack up to polycarbonate and glass? Far more impact-resistant than glass, but not as good as polycarbonate. More scratch-resistant than polycarbonate, but not as good as glass. But most importantly, CR-39 is not shatterproof, so it’s not your choice for action sports.
Polycarbonate and CR-39 have lately been joined by two other excellent plastic lens materials: SR-91, a lens proprietary to Kaenon, and NXT, originally developed to provide strength and clarity for combat helicopter windshields. Here on earth, both perform capably in impact-resistance tests. Both are shatterproof.