Rated 4 out of 5 by TomTX Great Sunglasses and customer support
I bought my first pair I'm thinking 5 or 6 years ago from LL Bean. At the time they were sold under the Onos brand name and have since been branded with LL Bean. Only have had two problems, first is the temples would fold the ends in and rub on the lenses, which over time,created very small scratches about 1/8 in long just to the out side of the bi-focal area. Initially a little distracting but now don't even see them anymore. Only other issue I had was on this older version the nose pads were rubber. Last week I reached out to Onos for replacement and they said the pieces were not replaceable and to send the sunglasses in for replacement. I just got them back and looks like they put the old lenses in new frames. The new frames are designed so the scratching should no longer occur. Very quick and I'm happy with their customer service.
June 10, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by wisfishguy Well made and a good price
I like these sunglasses. They fit my large head without pinching my temples like other sunglasses. Well made with a great case. I ordered a second pair after purchasing the first one.
May 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by WolfeWoman Onos polarized bifocal sunglasses
They are a xmas gift to me from my husband, but had to try them on first. They seem just a smidgen big I hope they don't stretch out of shape. Bifocal part is wonderful!!! I have been purchasing LL Bean products for MANY years and I believe in their products and THEY stand behind their products. If something goes wrong, you simply return. Will continue to be a long time buyer!
December 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Georgiacamper Good for bike riding!
Comfortable sunglasses and helps to reduce the glare when bike riding. The bifocals come in handy too! Had to remove rubber earpieces because they would get caught on my hair when removing the glasses. Otherwise have enjoyed them and would recommend them.
July 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5
by AaronF No more two pair shuffle
I love to fish, and like a lot of guys around 50, my eyes don't work so well for close up tasks. After looking around I settled on the Carabelle's because they're polarized and seemed reasonably well made. I fished for three straight days in the Keys with them and they definitely passed the test. Scenery was defined, glare was practically non-existant and up close tasks were easy. On the plus side, I really liked the warm amber tone the glasses created, and the bi-focal lenses are perfectly placed for transitioning from distance to near. Time will tell if the hold up to wear and tear.
April 18, 2014