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



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Bruce from London found a rare pre-war pair on our site, complete with leather side shields - and added it to his
French officer's ensemble at a WWII reenactment at Dover Castle. Of course, we reckon Bruce was the best dressed
on the day, resplendent in original sunglasses - but he was equalled by his companion also in klasik.org sunglasses
- this pair again perfect for the period, a mock tortoise deco pair from the 1930's. Trust the French to get the girl!
"Hi, I'm Robert from Örebro, Sweden. I bought my Pierre Cardin glasses, fitted with custom made clear glass they
serve me really well when working long hours in front of my computer, sometimes they even stay on a little longer
when I'm out partying. The cool factor is high and I've had many people asking about them. Ofc I tell them to check
out Klasik.org. So... here I am with glasses on. Top of my want list right now is the black 1980's Ray-Ban Wayfarer
shades listed on your web. Soo sweet. 'Everything' 80's style is pure love :D"
Dalya loves klasik.org sunglasses so much, she came all the way over from Bahrain to see us. She and her
boyfriend easily found a couple of pairs to suit from our alternative collection at our Sunday stall at Old
Spitalfields Market in London - and 30 minutes later took this photo for our web site. The next week Dalya was
back for this great Cazal. See you again soon!
Frédéric from Sevran, France is another happy customer who found these cool Carreras on our site. Says Fred,
"...Awesome vintage sunglasses....just have to grow a moustache !! Excellent service, thank you for all. I've
already checked out an optic oldschool frame so you'll undoubtly hear about me very soon...."
. Never worn 1980's
Carrera 5500
. (Jan. 2009)
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You may recognise Lauretta from Atlanta, Georgia - she loves our sunglasses so much she came back for more
- and kindly sent us this photo of her promoting her forthcoming autobiography. (You'll have to buy the book to find
out more about this great photo!) For this magazine story, Lauretta could not resist wearing her 1950's sunglasses
she bought from us earlier this year - for the sunglasses centrefold, click here.
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Jobot from London is another customer from our stall at Spitlafields. She liked these 1960's men's frames so
much (by SWANK, marked FRAME FRANCE), she had them fitted with plano lenses and pimped them up with
reflective tape to complete the look. Now she really needs glasses - and her first pair? Oh, just this conservative
little number from Cazal.
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Albert, sent us some great photos from Vancouver, Canada in his new sunglasses - never worn from the 1970's
with brilliant gradient glass lenses. Says Albert, "It's been a fantastic summer over here in Vancouver, and these
sunglasses definitely standout in the crowd. Definitely let me know when you guys get some new ones. I'm a
satisfied customer, and if ever I take a trip to the UK, I will definitely stop by your place!"
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Darren from Essex, UK was glad he visited us at our Sunday stall at Old Spitlafields Market in London as he
found the just the right frame - which we had fitted with his prescription lenses. Says Darren, "Many thanks
Klasik. org. for a great shopping and internet experience. I have been looking for a vintage pair of frames for a
long time.. with little success, you have made my day".
Darren, you're too kind! 1950's black plastic frame
marked 'Lorenzo'.
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Jamie, from Toronto, Canada was a new customer when he bought these great 1950's American sunglasses,
called Wanderer from Titmus' Cabaña range with their original cool green glass lenses. Says Jamie - "I love
them - and thanks for the speedy service."
They love you too, Jamie!
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Dalya, was in Singapore when she bought these classic 1980's Ted Lapidus sunglasses, the style he made
so famous with the gold accented corners, much sought after and sadly, much copied today by cheap Chinese
manufacturing. Dalya loved her orignals so much, she took them to St. Kilda Beach, Australia. 1980's red
plastic and gold metal frame marked TED LAPIDUS PARIS MADE IN FRANCE.
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Nadine, from Barcelona, Spain came to see us in Old Spitalfields Market whilst she was on a short trip to
London and she fell in love with this golden 1950's aluminium frame made by Flair of Switzerland. Nadine
very kindly took it home and posed for us in front of one of her city's most famous landmarks.
B&L Ray-Ban Aviator
Johanna, from London bought this brilliant 1960's French frame, studded with diamantés from our Sunday
stall at Old Spitalfields Market. We had her prescription lenses fitted within the week and she kindly sent us
these photos. Hey Johanna, you can now get 10% off the price of your next frame!
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Lindsay, from Michigan, USA is back again - she can't get enough of American Optical sunglasses, this time
the stunning C34 in Black Stitch from 1958. And what's more, she got 10% off for sending her earlier photo!
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Although Cassandra is from Milan, Italy she still managed to find time to see us at Spitalfields Market a few
Sundays ago where she found what she was looking for: a great 1950's two-tone frame by Tart Optical (USA).
We had them fitted with her prescription (Rx) lenses and a week later we sent them on to her where they'll fit
right in in Italy's capital of fashion.
Christian, from Charleroi, Belgium was looking for the perfect pair to compliment his vintage Schott aviator
jacket - and what better than this WWII pair of military issue aviators by BAO (British American Optical). Says
Christian: "I like my BAO Sunglasses. They are very wonderful." And they look wonderful on you, Christian -
chocks away!
Lindsay, from Michigan, USA went for these classic 1960s cat-eyes by American Optical - this is AO's C92
with their cool green Calobar lenses, which on a brighter day would offer Lindsay full protection from Michigan's
uv rays.
What a wonderful photo Patrick, from Béziers, France sent us - I don't know what is more eyecatching, Patrick
in his 1980's B&L Ray-Ban Wayfarers in tortoise or the Canal du Midi at Neuf Écluses. Said Patrick: "The
wayfarer are beautiful. Really many thanks for your fast service. Keep up like that, thanks again and take care."

Thank you, Patrick, for the beautiful photo - you certainly need good sunglasses in that weather!
Like Kevin below, Fred, from London sent us his photo in his sunglasses he bought from us - in his case a pair
of 1980's B&L Ray-Ban Wayfarer II's in tortoise - and used his 10% discount against this great frame: 1960's
combination by IOM, which we fitted with Fred's choice of Rx lenses.
Kevin Dresser, one half of design duo Dresser Johnson, was so taken with his 1960's sunglasses by Bachmann,
he wore them to promote their latest product. Says Kevin: "Love these....everyone in New York City comments on
them."
Thanks for letting us know, Kevin! 1960's clear plastic frame marked Bachmann Italy. UPDATE: with his
10% discount for sending us his photo, Kevin bought this great frame - 1970's by Hempel, Germany - which we
fitted with photochromic grey lenses. Now all Kevin needs to do is get in the sunshine and watch them darken!
Joshua, from Surrey, UK was really pleased when he received his 80's Wayfarers: "They're pucka - love your web
site."
You're talkin' our language, JJ! 1980's B&L Ray-Ban USA Wayfarers in tortoise.

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