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egoiste 11-30-2012 02:35 AM

Oakley A Frame Replacement Lens
 
Oakley A frame snow goggle replacement lens emerald iridium 99% new. No scratches. Bought new at $75 and now letting it go at $65 (with a 90% new persimmon lens) $60 (without persimmon lens). Emerald iridium lens used only once and comes with receipt and box.
Location: Hong Kong, International shipping applied $10.

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ju87 11-30-2012 02:38 AM

selling the lens or goggle + lens ?

egoiste 11-30-2012 02:44 AM

Just the lens. The goggle polyurethane get soften and break due to the humidity in this country. That's why selling just the lenses.

Powhound97 11-30-2012 04:26 AM

Dude, Theyre snowboarding googles
Your on frozen water, has nothing to do with high humidity in your country.

Maybe you got a dud set of googles...

egoiste 11-30-2012 10:29 PM

Probably and also the goggle left untouched for a year.i get to snowboard once a year only. Read that polyurethane is left untouched for too long will failed.
The google comes with persimmon lens. But the emerald iridium bought from Oakley New York store with official receipt. It will works perfectly for the lens. Don't worry.

egoiste 12-04-2012 05:52 AM

Oakley A Frame Replacement Lens Emerald Iridium $55
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by egoiste (Post 545481)
Oakley A frame snow goggle replacement lens emerald iridium 99% new. No scratches. Bought new at $75 and now letting it go at $60 (with a 90% new persimmon lens) $55 (without persimmon lens). Emerald iridium lens used only once and comes with receipt and box.
Location: Hong Kong, International shipping applied $10.

Photo available

Price reduction!!!

hktrdr 12-04-2012 06:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Powhound97 (Post 545507)
Dude, Theyre snowboarding googles
Your on frozen water, has nothing to do with high humidity in your country.

Maybe you got a dud set of googles...

This just shows your ignorance. The OP lives in Hong Kong where it is hot and extremely humid for a good chunk of the year. Lots of plastic products degrade very quickly here. This is especially true for items meant for different conditions/temperature ranges like, guess what, snowboard goggles.

egoiste 12-04-2012 10:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hktrdr (Post 547452)
This just shows your ignorance. The OP lives in Hong Kong where it is hot and extremely humid for a good chunk of the year. Lots of plastic products degrade very quickly here. This is especially true for items meant for different conditions/temperature ranges like, guess what, snowboard goggles.

:thumbsup:Thanks for the clarification.


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