SunnyPro UV400 Protective Coating Disco Glasses

Last updated date: January 21, 2022

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SunnyPro UV400 Protective Coating Disco Glasses

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We looked at the top Disco Glasses and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Disco Glasses you should buy.

Update as January 21, 2022:
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Overall Take

This sturdy pair of retro-style John Lennon sunglasses comes in 12 colors and offer premium metal frames, non-polarized polycarbonate lenses (UV 400 protection) and mirrored coating. They're perfect for concerts or costume parties.

In our analysis, the SunnyPro SunnyPro UV400 Protective Coating Disco Glasses placed 3rd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Metal frame. Polycarbonate lens. Non-Polarized. Mirror Coating coating. Lens width: 46 millimeters. RETRO JOHN LENNON STYLE SUNGLASSES: These retro round sunglasses have been perfectly stylized to mimic the look and quality of the type of sunglasses John Lennon made famous, letting you add a touch of retro flair to your outfit or hippie costume. VINTAGE 60’S & 70’S COSTUME ACCESSORY: We’ve made our 70’s and 60’s hippie sunglasses with sturdy premium-quality frames and beautiful lenses so they can be the perfect vintage accessory for those looking to complete their retro hippie costume. also spice up your outfit for a birthday party, Halloween costume party, music festival, concerts, 60’S 70’S parties, and other retro-themed celebrations and costumes. Suitable for men, women, and kids. UV400 PROTECTION: Every pair of our retro tinted sunglasses are crafted using 45mm color tinted lenses with a UV400 rated coating to ensure you’re stylishly and fully protected from the sun’s strong UV, UVA/UVB rays anywhere you go. STYLISH LENS COLOR CHOICES: The world seen through colored lenses, Our hippie sunglasses color your world and presents a different color world, Hippie Glasses lens come in a variety of fantastic looking color choices such as red, orange, pink, purple, green, blue, and mirrored rainbow, letting you choose the pair that perfectly fits your outfit.

An Overview On Disco Glasses

Although small, round eyeglasses have been around practically since spectacles were invented, John Lennon popularized them in the 1970s. Before that era, he wore the traditional clear glass and thicker frames that people typically used. He eventually upgraded to thin, round wires and different and unexpected colors like blue and orange. Lennon had poor vision and prescription lenses, but today’s inexpensive versions of disco glasses like these are for aesthetic purposes only.

Another popular 1970s eyeglass style was oversized plastic frames, which were usually square or hexagonal instead of strictly round. They were also tinted, and if you can find a pair with both characteristics, they will look very authentic. This style can look good on most people, unless they have very small faces, in which case the glasses can overpower their face. Still, you should do you and wear what you like, regardless of how it looks!

These fun glasses are a throwback to the 70s and come in various frame and lens colors, with or without accents like rhinestones and logos. People enjoy wearing these glasses to indoor parties and concerts, but many stylish people also wear them at outdoor festivals. If you plan to wear yours outside, shop for ones that have UV protection and anti-reflective coatings. Otherwise, you won’t need to pay extra for those features.

Not every eyeglass style looks good on every face shape. As a general guideline, shop for pairs that balance out your most prominent facial features. Square faces tend to look good with thin, round frames, for example.

You may also want to match up the frame and lens color with your hair and skin color. Remember that these kinds of eyeglasses are only for fun. If you need prescription glasses, you should be able to find similar retro styles that serve both purposes: helping you see and making you look great. If you cannot afford eye exams or prescription eyeglasses, contact the National Eye Institute.

The Disco Glasses Buying Guide

  • If you are only getting glasses for aesthetic purposes, you do not need to spend as much money as you would if buying prescription glasses.
  • Never put a pair of glasses face down on a surface, because doing so can scratch them.
  • If the glasses don’t come with a case or pouch, invest in one or use something that you already have that is non-abrasive.
  • The best way to clean lenses is to rinse them under tap water, apply a tiny drop of dishwashing liquid (lotion-free) to the lenses, then rub them and the frames gently with your (clean) hands. Finally, rinse with water, and dry with a clean, lint-free towel.