> James: my tale of woe with the Dual sunglasses is told in this location:http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/test/TESTS/LTR%20-%20Duals%20-%20Kurt/#Long_Term_Report
> Or: http://tinyurl.com/7peq7xf
We used to have a saying around here... "We test the best and Break the
rest". It sounds like the glasses fall into the second category. Thank
you for your perseverance with customer service and following this test
through to completion.
I have a few minor edits for you below. Please adjust your report
appropriately and upload it to the proper folder. Also please delete the
copy in the test folder.
Thanks again Kurt! On to bigger, or at lest better, things!
James E. Triplett
Dual Eyewear - Sunglass Monitor
Fortunately when the first ones broke Customer Service sent me a complete
set, so I have a spare.
[Edit] I'm seeing an extra space between "Fortunately" and "when".
[Comment] I'm assuming you replaced the temple tip with one from the
first pair, although you don't state that. You may want to add that, and
if you're so inclined, tell a little about the "surgery" process.
I think I am finally getting used to the bifocals during descents, as it
didn't seem to bother me quite as much on this hike despite the steep
[Comment] Kurt, Do you wear bifocals normally? Just an observation, but
as a bifocal wearer myself, there is always a transition period when I get
a new prescription (especially on stairs).
I cannot recommend them for backpacking purposes, end of story.
[Edit] I'm not sure if there is an official rule on this, but I believe
the precedence has been set to not recommend for or against a product
being tested. I suggest removing this line, and stick with stating your
experiences (which you have done nicely) and let the reader come to their
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