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BS102 Cycling

Buy your BS102 Cycling Glasses with a choice of high quality prescription lenses. Our prescription lenses are manufactured by the world's largest lens manufacturer and are available with a range of anti-reflection, scratch-resistant, easy-clean and UV protection coatings.
This wrap goggle from Basto comes complete with prescription insert and a choice of 5 interchangeable polyacarobonate masks. These are:
1. grey polarized (17% Light Transmission Factor - LTF, UV400)
2. pale blue flash mirror (50% LTF, UV400)
3. pale grey/gold flash mirror (70% LTF, UV400)
4. dark brown with anti-reflection coating (20% LTF, UV400)
5. pale yellow (70% LTF, UV400)
Included with the goggle is a hard case, cleaning cloth, microfibre bag, and headband.


 
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My objective for buying these was to give my eyes protection in (cold) wind. ie to reduce eye watering. In this respect they are good, doing that job pretty well.
The construction and engineering are all good too. You can take off and change the wrap round "lenses" easity. And the prescription lenses which sit behind the wrap rounds are easy to take out of the main frame and put back after cleaning. They are not fashion specs, they are at the functional end of the fashion/function scale, but look ok.
The five wrap round "lenses" are a bit of a mystery. They all have UV filtering - thought to be important for eye health and functionality by eye specialists.
The makers are clearly very pleased that there are five and give them names eg pale blue flash mirror - which means nothing (to me). They are all have different values of % LTF (light transmission factor).

But nowhere is there any information about what the significance of the LTF value is or what it means or is measuring.

And worse in my view there is no information about what the benefits are on a ride of the diffferent colours. One can be guessed at and that is the polarised lens, because we all know that polarised light reduces glare, so they are good in snow, very bright sunshine, and I found in overcast and cloudy conditions.
I also found that the Amber lens makes cloud scapes look terrific, much as an amber filter on a camera does the same.
The other 3 are a mystery. What I want to be told is what riding conditions are they for. I need a firm non wishy washy functionaliy oriented answer to that question.
Getting back to the objective. They do what I set out to achieve which is reduce the amount of water which pours from my eyes when riding in a (cold) wind. (Posted on 29/05/2019)

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Buy your BS102 Cycling Glasses with a choice of high quality prescription lenses. Our prescription lenses are manufactured by the world's largest lens manufacturer and are available with a range of anti-reflection, scratch-resistant, easy-clean and UV protection coatings.
This wrap goggle from Basto comes complete with prescription insert and a choice of 5 interchangeable polyacarobonate masks. These are:
1. grey polarized (17% Light Transmission Factor - LTF, UV400)
2. pale blue flash mirror (50% LTF, UV400)
3. pale grey/gold flash mirror (70% LTF, UV400)
4. dark brown with anti-reflection coating (20% LTF, UV400)
5. pale yellow (70% LTF, UV400)
Included with the goggle is a hard case, cleaning cloth, microfibre bag, and headband.

Rated 4.25/5 based on 1 customer reviews
Customer reviews:
Good - by , May 29, 2019 My objective for buying these was to give my eyes protection in (cold) wind. ie to reduce eye watering. In this respect they are good, doing that job pretty well. The construction and engineering are all good too. You can take off and change the wrap round "lenses" easity. And the prescription lenses which sit behind the wrap rounds are easy to take out of the main frame and put back after cleaning. They are not fashion specs, they are at the functional end of the fashion/function scale, but look ok. The five wrap round "lenses" are a bit of a mystery. They all have UV filtering - thought to be important for eye health and functionality by eye specialists. The makers are clearly very pleased that there are five and give them names eg pale blue flash mirror - which means nothing (to me). They are all have different values of % LTF (light transmission factor). But nowhere is there any information about what the significance of the LTF value is or what it means or is measuring. And worse in my view there is no information about what the benefits are on a ride of the diffferent colours. One can be guessed at and that is the polarised lens, because we all know that polarised light reduces glare, so they are good in snow, very bright sunshine, and I found in overcast and cloudy conditions. I also found that the Amber lens makes cloud scapes look terrific, much as an amber filter on a camera does the same. The other 3 are a mystery. What I want to be told is what riding conditions are they for. I need a firm non wishy washy functionaliy oriented answer to that question. Getting back to the objective. They do what I set out to achieve which is reduce the amount of water which pours from my eyes when riding in a (cold) wind.
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