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Old 25-10-2010, 11:25   #76
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LCD watch -Yes, a much better way to check the sunglasses. The ceiling lights work but the amount of dimming is small and sometimes hard to recognize. Even looking outside the store on an overcast day gives only a minor change in brightness. You can also hold two pair of supposedly polarized glasses in-line and look through them while rotating one pair of sunglasses.
- - Whatever, having polarized sunglasses on a boat is well worth whatever it costs. Especially when it comes to seeing down into the water at the sea floor looking for reefs and other obstacles.
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