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Dann
Dann Thombs
Sep 26, 2006 4:09 PM
Thanks, I had just added the frames, but didn't have SKU's.
garage0racing
tommy garage
Sep 29, 2006 9:31 PM
Thump 1.5 Clear.

Is this just a sample?
Dann
Dann Thombs
Sep 29, 2006 9:40 PM
The tech's at Oakley made a few for kicks, and I guess also used them for the brochure to show the internals.
Icon208
I Con
Sep 29, 2006 9:59 PM
A few of them went out as O Store display pieces.
TheVault
Eric Arsenault
Oct 15, 2006 7:11 AM
We are missing the Rust MD in the database.
RangerK
K W
Oct 29, 2006 8:48 PM
Hi Intensity XLJ HJ Persimmon lenses are listed as unavailable, they are available Oakley is selling them on their website.

K
O-Whores
Thread Killers
Nov 10, 2006 1:25 AM
Icon Card Case is missing the SKU.
99011-206


Also, the Dark Fatigue and Military Olive D-Ring lanyard names and SKUs are reversed.
We just placed an order through Oakley for two Military Olive lanyards and got two Dark Fatigue. Funny thing was the website showed the picture of the Green/Black lanyard and labeled it as Military Olive, but we received the Green/Blue lanyard with the Military Olive tags attached to it.
When we called to check on an excahnge, we learned that the picture on the website is the wrong one. So it seems that the Green/Blue lanyard is the Military Olive, SKU 99035-70C and the Green/Black one is the Dark Fatigue, SKU 99035-70M.
Dann
Dann Thombs
Nov 10, 2006 1:28 AM
Appreciate it, fixed.
Iggy
i Q
Nov 11, 2006 4:44 PM
I think there should be Chisel 2.1 and 4.1 in the RX section. From Kineidou:

http://www.kineidou.co.jp/oakley/opsalmic/chisel/21/21.htm
http://www.kineidou.co.jp/oakley/opsalmic/chisel/41/41.htm

I only just noticed, but they have otally different lens shapes from the 2.0 and 4.0, different colour combos and have the Asian Fit wired nosepieces.
EastCoast
E C
Nov 11, 2006 7:05 PM
Gascan Polished Black - Grey Polarized 12-891
http://oakley.ca/o/o2268d
Lali
Lajos Keller
Nov 13, 2006 2:06 PM
Top Coat 2.4
Icon208
I Con
Nov 17, 2006 8:31 AM
I have completely different SKUs for the OCP Spike frames than the ones in the DB.

Black Chrome 23-071
Matte Black 23-072
Light 23-073
Chrome 23-074
Pewter 23-075
Titanium 23-077

Not sure what happened to 23-076....
Dann
Dann Thombs
Nov 17, 2006 5:18 PM
Those are the older SKU's (from Sept or so) which don't take into account the choosable Icon on the newer OCP program. Now the frame has a SKU and the icon another. But I'll still add those for the sake of completeness.

23-076 is probably Polished Black as that fits the missing color in the current 35-### lineup, in that order too.
Icon208
I Con
Nov 23, 2006 8:15 AM
The Ducati Zero S is listed with the regular Zeroes instead of with the Zero Ss.
TheVault
Eric Arsenault
Nov 23, 2006 8:40 AM
I know the Ducati lens is close to the Zero s, but its not the same and the Ducati one was always listed in the regular line on Oakley.com

Probably why its the same here I would say.
Dann
Dann Thombs
Nov 23, 2006 4:29 PM
Yeah Ducati was always listed with the regular line.
TheVault
Eric Arsenault
Dec 6, 2006 12:21 AM
Picture of the Brown fade MD:


eddyc
Eddy C
Dec 14, 2006 6:38 PM
Just noticed RAZRWIRE NBT in the db and on oakley.com. The db has the same description as RAZRWIRE, but the NBT actually has its own description:

Our original RAZRWIRE™ combined the unbeatable clarity of HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS® (HDO®) with wireless BLUETOOTH® technology from Motorola. We designed the RAZRWIRE™ MODULE to be detachable, and even the frame alone became an object of desire. Now we’re offering the frame separately, letting you get the science and art of Oakley eyewear — with the opportunity to add the optional RAZRWIRE™ MODULE when you need a wearable link to your mobile phone.

Available in three distinctive finishes, RAZRWIRE™ NBT is made of O-Luminum, an alloy 40% lighter than pure titanium. That translates to all-day comfort and unsurpassed durability. The open-edge lens design means there’s no frame rim to block your downward view. Spring hinges offer an adaptable fit, and UNOBTAINIUM® temple sleeves increase grip with perspiration.

The pure PLUTONITE® lenses filter out all UV while achieving optical precision and performance that meets ANSI Z87.1 standards. Lens contouring enhances protection against sun, wind and side impact. For razor-sharp clarity at all angles of vision, RAZRWIRE™ NBT features patented XYZ OPTICS®. If you need corrective lenses, the frame is prescription-ready.

Note: RAZRWIRE™ MODULE sold separately.

Learn about our complete RAZRWIRE™ product that includes the RAZRWIRE™ MODULE. Additional information is available at the Motorola website.
Our original RAZRWIRE™ combined the unbeatable clarity of HIGH DEFINITION OPTICS® (HDO®) with wireless BLUETOOTH® technology from Motorola. We designed the RAZRWIRE™ MODULE to be detachable, and even the frame alone became an object of desire. Now we’re offering the frame separately, letting you get the science and art of Oakley eyewear — with the opportunity to add the optional RAZRWIRE™ MODULE when you need a wearable link to your mobile phone.

Available in three distinctive finishes, RAZRWIRE™ NBT is made of O-Luminum, an alloy 40% lighter than pure titanium. That translates to all-day comfort and unsurpassed durability. The open-edge lens design means there’s no frame rim to block your downward view. Spring hinges offer an adaptable fit, and UNOBTAINIUM® temple sleeves increase grip with perspiration.

The pure PLUTONITE® lenses filter out all UV while achieving optical precision and performance that meets ANSI Z87.1 standards. Lens contouring enhances protection against sun, wind and side impact. For razor-sharp clarity at all angles of vision, RAZRWIRE™ NBT features patented XYZ OPTICS®. If you need corrective lenses, the frame is prescription-ready.

Note: RAZRWIRE™ MODULE sold separately.

Learn about our complete RAZRWIRE™ product that includes the RAZRWIRE™ MODULE. Additional information is available at the Motorola website.
Dann
Dann Thombs
Dec 14, 2006 6:41 PM
Thanks
OLuvrNawlins
Yeah, Member since 2007
Dec 31, 2006 8:12 AM
In the watches section, under timetank, looks like duplicate verbiage for the description?

copied from that section:

(1)
If you let style walk a beaten path, your tracks will never get noticed. Our inspiration for Oakley TIME TANK™ was something that leaves its mark. We wanted an authentic design, assertive enough to throw some weight around — even if gravity barely takes notice because it’s made of ultra-lightweight titanium. And we’re uncompromising about precision, which explains the Swiss Made chronograph with 13-jewel movement. Convenience is essential, so it gives you cumulative time, intermediate time and split time. When you get down to it, Oakley TIME TANK™ has more cultivated refinement than brute force attitude. But it still leaves tracks the world can’t ignore.

Two editions of Oakley TIME TANK™ are available. The first offers a lightweight titanium bracelet with micro adjustment links, and each one is enhanced with self-lubricating thrust washers that are reinforced with carbon fiber. The second edition features the all-day comfort of a genuine leather strap.

Swiss Made, gold plated 13-jewel quartz movement
Comfort of ultra-lightweight titanium case
Chronograph that measures 1/10 second up to 30 minutes
Cumulative Time, Intermediate Time and Split Time functions
Large date display and luminous material on hour and minute hands
48-month battery with power saving mechanism
Durability of pure sapphire crystal, augmented with anti-reflective coating
10-bar water resistance (100 meters / 330 feet)
Available with lightweight titanium bracelet or genuine leather strap

(2)
If you let style walk a beaten path, your tracks will never get noticed. Our inspiration for Oakley TIME TANK™ was something that leaves its mark. We wanted an authentic design, assertive enough to throw some weight around — even if gravity barely takes notice because it’s made of ultra-lightweight titanium. And we’re uncompromising about precision, which explains the Swiss Made chronograph with 13-jewel movement. Convenience is essential, so it gives you cumulative time, intermediate time and split time. When you get down to it, Oakley TIME TANK™ has more cultivated refinement than brute force attitude. But it still leaves tracks the world can’t ignore.

Two editions of Oakley TIME TANK™ are available. The first offers a lightweight titanium bracelet with micro adjustment links, and each one is enhanced with self-lubricating thrust washers that are reinforced with carbon fiber. The second edition features the all-day comfort of a genuine leather strap.

Swiss Made, gold plated 13-jewel quartz movement
Comfort of ultra-lightweight titanium case
Chronograph that measures 1/10 second up to 30 minutes
Cumulative Time, Intermediate Time and Split Time functions
Large date display and luminous material on hour and minute hands
48-month battery with power saving mechanism
Durability of pure sapphire crystal, augmented with anti-reflective coating
10-bar water resistance (100 meters / 330 feet)
Available with lightweight titanium bracelet or genuine leather strap

Check it out, thanks gents.
Dann
Dann Thombs
Dec 31, 2006 4:25 PM
Good eye. Fixed, thanks.
Iwan
Iwan
Mar 14, 2007 8:59 PM
Found a picture of a case that I couldn't find in the catalogue so may be a missing one.
Maybe someone else could give the name and SKU


Edit: found out that it's a razorblade case
Iwan
Iwan
Jan 12, 2007 8:45 PM
Lens options is missing emerald iridium transitions.
This available as Rx though it isn't mentioned on Oakley.com
Dann
Dann Thombs
Jan 12, 2007 9:12 PM
I need to add a few lenses to the DB. I'll get on that. Thanks.
TheVault
Eric Arsenault
Jan 27, 2007 11:08 PM
Ijon__Tichy (Julien) sent me this SKU for the special limited edition of Thump 2 he got: 05-183
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