LotFancy Sunglasses Review

In the last couple of years, my husband's eyes have become really sensitive to sunlight. He can't even sit in our living room with the curtains open if the sun is at a point in the sky that it is shining straight in. He gets horrible headaches if he goes outside for even just a few minutes without sunglasses.

This creates a huge problem because my husband can't seem to keep track of a pair of sunglasses for more than a few weeks at best. Since good quality sunglasses tend to be on the expensive side, this isn't quite cost effective. I don't mind paying a hundred dollars for a pair of sunglasses that are going to last a couple years. I'm not going to pay it 2 or 3 times a month.

Since expensive sunglasses are basically out of the question, we are left playing a game of hit or miss with cheaper brands trying to find some that are decently made, functionally sound, and not repulsively ugly. I've had some decent luck a few times and found some good sunglasses at the dollar store, but usually I find them online in the $15 to $20 range.

Late last year my husband started keeping his sunglasses in a case, and actually kept track of them the end of April when our kitten decided to go climbing in places he didn't belong and knocked the case onto the floor, where it pretty much immediately got stepped on and broken. The less than teller replacement glasses and case hang on a hook on the wall, in a kitten free zone.

Since the replacement glasses are not so great, I was left searching for something better. When the opportunity arose for me to review a pair of LotFancy sunglasses, I jumped on it. They had a few different styles to chooses from, but I went with Aviators, because my husband prefers that style. He says they make him look like a cop, which evidently is a desirable look? I don't get it, but whatever floats his boat.

The glasses come with a semi-rigid storage case that is quite nice. The glasses themselves have a fully metal frame that has a nice construction. All the edges and points of welding are smooth and well made. They have polarized composite lenses that have 100% UV400 rated protection and are glare free. The lenses are well tinted, but the tinting does not interfere with your vision.

After having a chance to wear the sunglasses for an extended period of time, my husband has reported that they are comfortable to wear, and perform very well. The width of the lens covers his entire field of vision so he doesn't have to deal with the sun sneaking up on him in his peripheral vision. He really likes the way they look also, he said they just look nicer than a lot of other Aviator styles he's had in the past. He said he actually prefers the looks of the LotFancy over Ray-Bans Aviators, and I have to agree that they are nicer looking.

Hopefully, he will have these for quite a while, but even if something does happen to them they are decently priced so replacing them won't be too bad. I don't want to have to replace them, and the nice case should help keep him from losing them, but if worse case scenario happens, at least we know where to get really good sunglasses for a really great price. If I could get them in prescription lenses, I would get me a pair of the super cute Horn Rimmed style.