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Revolution REV586 Matte Gun

$49.00
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Details

  • Gender:
  • Male
  • Material:
  • Metal
  • Color:
  • Gun
  • Spring Hinges:
  • Yes
  • Progressive Eligible:
  • No

Measurements

  • Lens Width:
  • Lens Height:
  • Bridge Width:
  • Arm Length:
  • Frame Width:
  • 51 mm
  • 26 mm
  • 18 mm
  • 140 mm
  • 141 mm

Product Description

Revolution REV586 Matte Gun eyeglasses are blatantly bold. This semi-rimless frame is constructed from lightweight metal in a matted gunmetal finish with modest embossed detailing on the temples. A set of full-framed clip-on sunglasses come included with grey polarized polycarbonate lenses.

About the Brand

Revolution - eyewear for a changing world - is the manufacturer that originated the frame and magnetic clip concept. The objective of the brand is to provide the most convenient and aesthetically appealing eyeglasses with clip-on sunglasses. Find the perfect pair to accompany you through every activity and throughout the seasons!
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Revolution REV586 Matte Gun
 
3.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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4.0

Great glases for a great price!

By cb0159

from Atlana, GA

About Me Casual Dresser

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Revolution REV586 Matte Gun:

      A solid pair of glasses for the price. They feel a little small to me, but after a few weeks it doesn;t bother me that much. My daughter has punched me in the face multiple time (on accident I hope) and while I have had to have them adjusted each time, they are holding up great.

      • Sizing:
      • Feels too small

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      3.0

      Reasonably comfortable, but a tight fit

      By Groppo

      from Texas

      About Me Trendy/Stylish Dresser

      Pros

      • Accurate Magnification
      • Comfortable
      • High Quality
      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Clip-on Fits Poorly
      • Fits Small
      • Hard to adjust
      • Poor Clip-on Fit

      Best Uses

        Comments about Revolution REV586 Matte Gun:

        Preface: These glasses took longer to arrive than my other Coastal orders. My other orders have arrived very quickly, posted from Seattle. These were instead posted from Vancouver, so they took several days longer to arrive (customs). There were also some aspects of the lens preparation (described below) that didn't seem as nice as my previous Coastal orders from the Seattle location.

        Visual inspection: The frame looks sturdy and well-constructed, reasonably stylish. The whole frame is metal, seems stiffer than the typical Monel material, with no obvious points for adjustment. They come with a polarized sunglass clip-on (like most Revolution frames), which is a nice freebie; it's a little tough to fit on, though. Reasonably lightweight. The metal finish is kind of satin, so it's not shiny but still looks a bit brighter in bright sunlight.

        The lenses (polycarbonate, single-vision) look well-cut, which has been true for each of the 10+ pairs of glasses I've ordered from major online retailers. But there are two nits I'd pick with these: First, the fishing line that holds the lenses in the frame wasn't set quite right, so there's a loose end sticking out; I think this should be easy enough to fix myself with a nailclipper, but it's an obvious enough thing that it suggests a lack of care or oversight by Coastal. Second, I see that on this pair -- unlike the other pairs I've ordered from Coastal -- the edges of the lenses are polished. Polishing the lenses is an extra step and might make them appear prettier, but in practice it can introduce glare problems because it lets light in through the polished edges. Most companies have therefore learned not to polish the edges unless specifically instructed to do so, and I wonder why it was different this time with Coastal.

        Try-on: The frame feels a bit tight on my head. Double-checking, it looks like maybe the frame is bent 'wraparound' a bit (?) so that the temples angle inward and the far tips of earpieces sit several centimeters closer than the lens edges. Because the frame is so sturdy, it's hard to adjust it to fix this (the usual points for adjustment seem stiff enough that I wonder whether they might snap instead of bending. When I look in the mirror, the frames also seem to bend upwards on either end (like a smile), in a way that I'd not noticed in the online pictures. The way they rest on my face, the frame looks a bit asymmetrical, as if I were raising one eyebrow, and I can't seem to adjust the frame to fix it (again, the frame doesn't seem to have any natural adjustment points). The source of that asymmetry is in my own face (one ear probably a few mm higher than the other) but shouldn't a pair of glasses be adjustable enough to adapt to the slight asymmetries found in normal faces?

        Maybe that "wraparound" bending would explain why the sunglass clip-on is harder to fit on than it should be. When fitting it on, one end locks in immediately but the other has to be pushed in with some force. But the thing that really compromises the clip-on's effectiveness is that there's a small (~2mm) gap between it and the eyeglass frame even when properly seated. This gap is probably a design compromise to avoid scratching the lenses, but it creates glare by allowing light to come in through the sides and bounce between the main lenses and the clip-on shade lenses. So although I might use the clip-ons in a pinch, if I were going to wear sunglasses all day I'd probably still reach from my dedicated sunglasses.

        Conclusion: These are pretty nice frames, but hard (impossible?) to adjust. The clip-on creates glare issues, but I won't deduct points for that because they're more of a freebie here. I'd recommend these frames to a friend if they were able to try mine on to check their fit, but maybe not if they were ordering blind from the net.

        • Sizing:
        • Feels too small

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