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HiDefSpex shooting glasses FOR SALE

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by loanman, May 25, 2010.

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  1. loanman

    loanman Active Member

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    I just listed my Hidefspex shooting glasses on ebay. if anyone is interested please bid. Here is the link:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140410969318


    here is the description and photos:

    HiDefSpex
    I am selling my HiDefSpex that are only 6 months old. These are the Panther model and I have a total of 5 lenses. The only reason why I am selling them is because I need prescription lenses. Here is your opportunity to get a great deal on my mistake of not having my eyes checked before buying glasses.
    The lenses that come with this package are 15, 25, 40. These are the standard Hi Definition Lenses and then I purchased 2 additional lenses in the HDS Max Orange Lenses. These are 20, 40.
    I spent $549 on the 3 lens kit and then I spent $175 each on the Max Orange lenses for a total of $300.
    I have over $849 dollars into this package and it is in brand new condition. Comes with the case and the sunglass storage bag.
    Please note in my pictures you will see a round dot on the lenses and that is only a magic dot that peels right off. In no way is the lens affected.



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  2. trim tab

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    Loanman, keep the glasses and buy the prescription frame and get the prescirption made. Use the shields. Seems like that is best way to go as you already have the best glasses on the market. I use to use Decot and went this way and is lot less expensive rather then buying colored prescription lenses.
     
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    Get contact lenses and use the glasses the way they are.
     
  4. loanman

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    my plan is to sell these and get the panther hidefspex with the adjustable nose piece that allows the presciptions.

    contact lenses unfortunately irritate me.

    these are in perfect condition and are a great value
     
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    Am I missing something here? Sell only the frames you have and buy only the Panther Prescription frame. Email or fax them your prescription and they will send the new frames to you with the prescription done and all you have to do is clip on your lens. I believe there is a market out there for just frames.

    Good Shooting!@!
     
  6. skeet_man

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    The frames AND lenses are different for the RX model. The lenses for the RX frame do not have the nosepiece drilled into the lens. I guess you COULD unscrew the nosepieces on all the lenses, but then you'd have two hideous and annoying holes in the lenses where the screws should be.
     
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    that is correct they are a completly different lense
     
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    I have been getting a lot of questions on what my reserve price is on ebay so I thought I would just post it.

    my reserve is set at $500 for the complete set
     
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