I've seen the transmission charts change over time. I try to lock down the first instance I find. But if I don't find one, then I hold off adding to the DB. I don't want to guess, but if I leave it blank, the value will default to 0, and cause all sorts of sorting issues.
Here's an odd question for you guys.I have a gentleman who is trying to sell me a pair of Oakley Romeo 2's but they don't have a model number anywhere on the sunglasses themselves. He's telling me that he bought them directly from Oakley and that they never had the model number anywhere on the frame. Is that the case with the Romeo 2's? Or is he feeding me a line of garbage
Here's another X metal question for you guys. I recently picked up a pair of X metal/Ruby Juliets that don't have a serial number or a model number on them. I have both serialized Juliets and Juliets with model numbers on them, but haven't ever heard of Juliet's not having any markings whatsoever on the left ear stem. Any ideas? I would post pictures but I don't have them in hand yet. Thanks in advance
I recall the Hatchet and Why 8.x series being the first that I saw with the model numbers on the inside. So late 2004 was the end of serials, and sometime in 2005 began the SKU printing. I don't think I have any X-Metal from after 2004, so I can't verify any of the more modern Juliet's/X-Metal XX's.
Very nice. It is not an SI exclusive product. It is a regular release item and there was a matching money clip that was also available (though they don’t call it a Crest Money Clip on the product label).
It would be categorized under Accessories under “Belts”.
What is the best method to take the lenses out of the Inmate? There are no screws and the videos I've found are with cheap, bendy lenses. I feel more comfortable popping lenses in acetate frames any day over this.
You pop the lenses out the front, but it’s not as easy as doing it with O Matter. O Matter has more flex, so lenses come out easier. C5 metal frames are more stiff, so you have to separate the top of the frame (and bottom as well if you need) ever so slightly from the lens with your fingers while you pop the lens out.
Whatever you do, I suggest you DO NOTuse a metal tool like this: