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8 months ago

Bah, humbug, eh @watsoncraig?

8 months ago

I prefer Scrooge McDuck, but yeah bah humbug indeed

8 months ago

I know what you mean…
The bloke across the road had Pumpkin lamps out for Halloween 🤣

8 months ago

Get thee Sen some sunglasses 🕶 for Nighttime driving I struggle just with normal car lights but those halogen ones make me want to rampage. not really noticed any Christmas ones yet.

8 months ago

@watsoncraig i’m nowhere near a Scrooge, i’m just a Grumpy Old Twat all year round and got the Tshirts to prove it

8 months ago

Oh me too! It’s not only me

8 months ago

I’ve got those yellow over glasses and they do cut the glare but when they are blue and flash I think the fuzz are around!

8 months ago

FWIW – Zeiss lenses have some of the best anti-glare and anti-reflective coatings. V. important for driving.

I only know this because I had my eyes done this weekend gone and the optometrist (a mate so talking straight) and I were discussing the options.

As you’d expect, they are more £££. I think, with my annual lens changes that I am securing his AVC’s into his pension.

They are awesome and once I went cheaper and I really noticed the difference. £3-400 a pair (I have a complicated Rx with varifocals and prisms which drives up the price) at mates-rates. Much more at full retail.

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