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FlyingEyes Sunglasses

by John M. White |  | 2 comments

FlyingEyes Sunglasses Founder Dean Siracusa and his Meyers 200 Pilots have always been known as innovators, and pilot Dean Siracusa is no different with his FlyingEyes Sunglasses. Most pilots flying piston powered aircraft wear headsets, and there is always a problem with noise in the cockpit. FlyingEyes sunglasses were invented to solve that problem by providing a comfortable pair of sunglasses that not only kept noise out but kept ears and your head comfortable at the same time. While not inexpensive, these new sunglasses combine the best in both comfort and protection. Dean was kind enough to send me a pair, and I must admit that it is a really nice product all of the way from the packaging to the comfort of the FlyingEyes sunglasses themselves.

Unique New Design

FlyingEyes Sunglasses For Pilots Who Wear Aviation Headsets With the unique strap system that wraps around your head keeping them not only in place but the smooth thin straps make a much better seal between you ear and your aviation headset. But for those who prefer the company provides a set of skull temples which can quickly and easily be attached to the sunglasses when you prefer not to have a strap around your head.

Invented By Meyers 200 Owner/Pilot

FlyingEyes Sunglasses With Pilot Wearing Aviation Headset It is clear that Dean Siracusa spent a great deal of time thinking about the design and experimenting with various configurations before arriving at the modern design of the FlyingEyes sunglasses. Pilots are always interested in new inventions which improve their flying experience, and these new sunglasses certainly meet that requirement!

Unique FlyingEyes Sunglasses Features

These unique FlyingEyes sunglasses come with a number of features which are very important for pilots flying airplanes:
  • Non-polarized lenses;
  • Polycarbonate lightweight lenses;
  • Neutral gray lens tint for best visual acuity;
  • Medium tint density for maximum protection and in-cockpit visibility;
  • Optically correct shatterproof polycarbonate lenses for safety;
  • Lenses have a scratch resistant coating;
  • UV 400 protection against harmful ultraviolet radiation;
  • Prescription lenses can easily be installed.
At $ 179.00 these are not cheap sunglasses, but once you see the quality and experience the comfort you will agree it is a small price to pay. Get your very own pair of FlyingEyes Sunglasses here! In the meantime keep your wings straight and level Hersch! Please share "Flying Eyes Sunglasses" with your friends using the buttons below. Thanks!             Follow Me on Pinterest Until next time keep your wings straight and level Hersch! JetAviator7+ ps: Don't forget to sign up for updates via email for "All Things Aviation" here!

Comments (2)

  • CodeDog on June 24, 2019

    So $175 to have an elastic strap attached to a $5 pair of sun glasses.

  • JetAviator7 on June 24, 2019

    Let me know when you find the $ 5 pair of sunglasses and we’ll talk.

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