If at first glance Polaroid doesn't take your fancy, look again. Don't count it out because of low prices and a select range. All that means is Polaroid is committed to offering a sustainable range at a good price. That is something they do exceptionally well, and stand in good stead to carry on doing in the future.
For instance, did you know it was Polaroid, founded in 1937, that was responsible for the first polarizing lenses? Would you have guessed that in 1929, a man born 20 years beforehand invented the world's first polarizing material? Well, like all good facts, it's true no matter who believes it. Polaroid is the stuff of legends. Would you have guessed that Polaroid also sells sunglasses for Disney, Revlon, and Hello Kitty? That one's true as well.
Check out the Polaroid P947. It's an excellent Wayfarer-style frame, in a great colour... with polarization... for... how much? That's right – Polaroid is in the market to play ball. Never count this company out.
Like YSL sunglasses, Polaroid likes to experiment with the size of its lenses. That's why we can offer you things like the Polaroid 946 and 948, which look like they could go for top dollar, for under $100 each. Giving people what they want for a good price is something Polaroid is good at, as we suspect you might now be learning.
We wouldn't be offering you the true Polaroid experience if we weren't offering Polaroid Polarized sunglasses like these.
Polaroid sunglasses NZDon't tell anyone, but these might set you back a few hundred dollars if you put someone else's stamp on them. But not Polaroid. For way under $100 you can get polarized glasses as good as anywhere else for a fraction of the price. And as an added bonus, you know it'll be good because they invented the process!
These wraparound style Polaroid sunglasses are good to go whenever and wherever you are. Polycarbonate lenses are tough (tough enough to be made into fighter jet canopies) and this acetate frame can take a knock or two as well.
Polaroid may not seem like much at first glance. Far from having a huge range of flashy and expensive glasses (not that there's anything wrong with that... in fact it's quite nice...) it focuses on doing what it knows, and doing it well.
What Polaroid knows is Polaroid sunglasses. Well made, affordable, a little bit mischievous in its shapes, but ultimately good-hearted and true. You get a good deal on a good thing, and that's what matters.