Mi Polarised Pilot Sunglasses
O6 layered lens technology that is formulated to provide thorough elimination of glare, polarised light and harmful UV rays.
Mi Sunglasses provides 100% protection against UVA, UVB & UVC rays up to 400 nanometres to keep your eyes out of harm's way.
Product Name： Mi Polarised Pilot Sunglasses
Frame Shape: Pilot
Frame Type: Full
Frame Size: Universal
Lens Type: Polarised with 100% UV Protection (UV400)
Frame Color: Black
Lens Color: Blue / Grey
Frame Material: 304H
Lens Material: TAC
Warranty: 3 Months Limited Warranty
Package list: Sunglasses 1 U
Are Mi Sunglasses UV protected?
Yes, Mi Sunglasses come with 100% UV protection (UV400) and work to protect your eyes from the harmful rays including UVA, UVB and UVC.
Are Mi Sunglasses polarised?
Yes, Mi Sunglasses are polarised. With a built-in, laminated filter that permits only vertical light rays to pass through and almost completely block horizontal rays to eliminate glares and discomfort.
What is the frame made of?
The Pilot Sunglasses use a 304H metal frame that is lightweight, flexible and durable for your complete comfort.
Are Mi Sunglasses unisex?
Yes Mi Sunglasses are unisex and universal in size.
Why do I need to wear sunglasses?
The sun emits harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays that can potentially damage your eyes. UV rays are capable of penetrating clouds as well. So to avoid the risk of optical damage, it advised to wear sunglasses when stepping out.
What kind of lens are used in the Mi Sunglasses?
Mi Sunglasses are crafted using TAC, the colours available for Pilot Sunglasses are green and blue.
What lens technology is used in Mi Sunglasses?
Mi Sunglasses use O6 layered lens technology to provide thorough elimination of glare, polarised light and UV rays.
Can I use Mi Sunglasses while driving?
The best sunglasses for driving should reduce or eliminate glare, especially from the light reflecting off the roadway and other flat surfaces. Mi Polarised sunglasses offer the best glare reduction from light reflecting off these and other surfaces.