Check out our cool web customers!
By sending us their photo in their sunglasses
they qualified for a 10% discount on their next pair.

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Steve from Pembrokeshire, Wales is a collector of old Ray-Bans and bought these Outdoorsmans from us
recently. Said Steve, "The Sunglasses were superb, thank you. I've included a pic for the 'Happy Wall' as the
10% discount will be handy for a pair of Bans I've got my my eye on - sorry that was an unintended pun...."

And he did just that, buying a 60's Ray-Ban the very next day. Enjoy, Steve.
1960s Ray-Ban Plainsman by BAUSCH & LOMB
Here is Johnny from Göteburg, Sweden again - see below - in his 3rd pair from us, the 1960's classic by
Helmecke with the Zeiss Umbral lenses. Thanks for another great photo, Johnny.
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John from Hertfordshire, England got this early 70's combination frame and lenses from our stall at Old
Spitalfields Market xmas twenty-ten - and then came back two years later for another pair - but not before he'd
taken his first pair on holiday to the continent. Great to see you again, John. And thanks for the photo.
1960s Ray-Ban Plainsman by BAUSCH & LOMB
Kiki from Sweden bought these YSL frames from our stall at Old Spitalfields Market a few years ago, but we'll let
her tell you: "Hi Klasik, I've meant to send you a photo of my glasses I bought from you in 2007!! But I just haven't
gotten around to it. Since I bought another pair, in 2009 I think but I don't use them DAILY as I do these. I'm a
BEYOND happy customer!"
Great to hear from you, Kiki! (Jan. 2013)
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Timothy from Vancouver, Canada has been a regular customer over the years - and here he is in the Greek Isles
in the first pair he bought from us, the 1960's Ray-Ban Plainsman, here in Amber with the original BAUSCH &
LOMB green glass lenses. He has bought a few since, but this remains his favourite. We can see why, Tim -
they look great!
1960s Ray-Ban Plainsman by BAUSCH & LOMB
Andrew from Weybridge, UK bought a classic 1960's Rodenstock Mentone and asked for it to be fitted with
some prescription sun lenses. Great choice, Andrew, who has kindly sent us his photo relaxing on his lawn -
and for all our American friends, yes, we all live like this!
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Johnny from Göteburg, Sweden loves his American Optical Everglades so much, he's asked us to tell him
when we get another in as he wants a spare. We know what you mean, Johnny - once you have tried the 60's
classics, you just want more! Don't worry, we'll let you know.
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Here is Alan from Sunderland, UK by the River Wear next to Durham Cathedral. We realise it is a picturesque
scene but we also understand that you can't take your eyes off his 1940's/50's Windsor frame by Algha that we
fitted with our Klasik Brown mineral glass lenses. Nice Tootal scarf too, Alan!
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Here is Martin from Leigh-on-Sea again - (see below). He was so impressed with his web site purchase, he took
a trip to London a few Sundays ago to visit our stall. Of course he was spoilt for choice, but pounced on these
crystal NHS frames from the 60's. Then he took them snowboarding in Norway! Too cool for words, Martin!
James from London is a tall guy and need a large frame - he found a perfect fit in this late 60's/early 70's pair
from Spanish makers, Barbudo. We happily fitted James' lenses and he kindly sent us his photo. Good choice,
Sólon from São Paulo need some cool sunglasses to wear driving in all that Brazilian sunshine and went for these
English 1950's Algha frames fitted with our Klasik G15 mineral glass lenses. Now he is okay to keep the top down
in his fabulous 1960's Shelby AC Cobra. Says Sólon : "Thanks my friend. Few days ago I received my sunglasses,
very nice!!! Now I got photos with my Cobra and the Sunglasses, good combination. Hope you can use it in your
site gallery."
Our pleasure, Sólon!
This is Wild Evel from Austria. He bought this 1960's Rodenstock frame from us at our Sunday stall at Old
Spitalfields Market here in London. Wow - great look Wild! (If you also like Wild's look, check out his bands
The Staggers and Wild Evel and the Trashbones.
Martin from Leigh-on-Sea, UK went for class and purchased this classic timeless pair: Danté, by Oliver
. Although made in the 1960's, it looks like it could have been made this season. And where better
to wear such sunglasses royalty - the Trooping of the Colour...oh, okay, it was just the rehearsal. But this was
no doubt the better weather day.
1930's leather sideshields
Both Aaron and his brother, Mat are some of our best and most long-standing customers from Los Angeles.
This is Aaron in a pair of tortoise Ray-Ban Wayfarer II's that were a present from Mat. (If you want to see the
magnanimous Mat, click the photo.) Bottom's up, bros!
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Edward from London is one of our more regular customers who buys his eyewear from our Sunday stall at Old
Spitalfields Market and has us fit his lenses. He used to work on the glamorous BBC One Show from where he sent
us this photo wearing his 1960's NHS crystal frame. "Arrived this morning and you're right they do look great. I've
even attached a picture taken in the office, as you can tell it's balloon week. Regards, Edward."
1960's NHS England
John from Maryland, USA sent us this arty photo - he's wearing his 1930's sunglasses with leather sideshields
and we can see he's driving a cool convertible, but who is in the box below taking the photo?
1930's leather sideshields
Richard from Kent, UK is a collector or all things WWII, particularly US Airforce. He sent us his picture in his full
uniform. "Sorry, i took awhile to get around to have a photo taken wearing your beaut of a pair of WW2 U.S.A.A.F
Sunglasses - thanks again. Great addition to my U.S.A.A.F collection. Sincerely, Richard."
Amongst other great
collectibles, he's wearing a 1940's Bausch & Lomb AN6531 and it is the Type 2 shape with the paler (50% LTF)
lenses. Chocks away, Richard! (Or the US equivalent!)
1940's US military issue aviators by BAUSCH & LOMB
Jerry from Rugby, England got into the swing for her photo. She bought some 1930's sunglasses by BOLLÉ
when they were being made in England. "I felt like a film star - until the sun went in!" You look like a film star too,
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Tyson from Kelowna, Canada pictured himself indoors. "I did my best to meet your request for eloquence: the
piano is a 1911 Heinzman & Co. - anyone interested may know its a serious piano!"
The shades are a 1960's
Ray-Ban Plainsman
with a gradient tint: serious sunglasses too, and if you don't believe us, here is a better photo.
See you again soon, Tyson.
1960's Ray-Ban Plainsman by BAUSCH & LOMB

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