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Product Information - Sunglasses

This page contains general information about our sunglasses.

Packaging & Labelling
Our sunglasses will include a free black pouch and cleaning cloth. Attached with your sunglasses is a booklet, this booklet contains the CE sign and UV information in 13 languages (English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Czech, Polish, Slovenian, Slovak, Romanian and Danish)

The outer parts of the temples are unprinted. In the inside of the left temple you will find the following text CE UV400 CAT.3.

UV Protection
All the sunglasses are 100% UV400 protected. This is being tested in China and in the Netherlands by our suppliers/manufacturers. This means our sunglasses have the same UV protection as really expensive sunglasses brands. Most of the sunglasses are category 3: meaning the lenses can be used in situations with strong sunlight. In our collection there are also some sunglasses with category 2 lenses.

Category 2 lenses are the light coloured ones (plain yellow, blue, green, pink etc) and also lenses with ocean effects. These lenses can't be produced in category 3, simply because they would be too dark. Category 2 means there is still protection in sunny conditions.

Our sunglasses suppliers/manufactures are BSCI approved. This means they apply to strong regulations regarding labour conditions including safety, working hours, child labour, salary etc. 

Our Sunglasses range all comply with CE (Europe) and FDA (United States).

All plastic sunglasses are made of polycarbonate. Polycarbonate lenses and the metal are nickel free. The greater part is recycled materials which gets new life in our sunglasses.

All metal sunglasses are being made of metal. Originally these are iron tubes which are being pressed and bended. To give the metal the shininess a special coating is being used. This way the usage of nickel is not needed and our sunglasses will pass any nickel test.

All the lenses are being made of polycarbonate. Sometimes you will find acrylic lenses in the market, but not in our collection. A property of acrylic lenses is that they burst easily. Therefore, the FDA (Food & Drugs Authority in the United States) does not allow acrylic lenses into their country. Our polycarbonate lenses must pass a so-called 'drop-the-ball test' which shows the lenses are impact resistant.