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01-06-2014 05:13 PM
Rahaney Have gone for the Blue Silver Fade (VLT 40%) so my lens options go 8/40/80 %
Will post a review of the M2s and my lens options when back from holiday,
01-04-2014 06:24 PM
Anon M2s - 3rd Lens - Blue Solex or Blue Silver Fade?

Hi all,

I was fortunate to get a set of the new M2s for Xmas. The Landvik Pro's with the Dark Smoke (VLT 8%) and the Blue Lagoon (VLT 80%) lenses.

I'm looking for a 'Partially Cloudy' tint and have it down to either the Blue Solex (VLT 25%) or the Blue Silver Fade (VLT 40%) and yes i am aware the Solex is a Bluebird tint but it's got a significant VLT difference to the Dark Smoke (25 vs 8).

Does anyone have on/off piste experience with these lenses?

I'm especially interested in those with the Blue Silver Fade since its VLT is most in the middle of my 2 choices, however it does not come as 'standard' as the Blue Solex one does.

Many thanks,

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