Reviews for Bnus corning glass lens sunglasses for men & Women italy made polarized option
People say Bnus is really similar to Rayban.
Great glasses for the price.
I only like glass polorized lenses with plastic frames in my sunglasses. Rayban or costa cost $150 to $250. At $50 and change these are great. Definitely fit the bill. Couldn’t be more pleased.
Great value. About 1/2 to 1/3 the price of RayBan or Oakley and equal, if not better in quality.
Natural feeling fit. Comfortable Corning lenses are very clear with no distortion at all. Can't go wrong with Corning Glass.
Corning Glass and Italian Frame for $35!
I do not know how they do it but the quality of materials used relative to the price is amazing! I have a number of different styles from B.N.U.S and all have been great overall but not all were a perfect fit for my wide nose. When I noticed they had this style I figured for that price, why not? Even if you do not like them that much it is not much more expensive than cheap drug store shades we would buy in a pinch. I am so glad I got this style! The bridge of my nose is wider than most glasses of this style would fit. Most ride to high on my face, and have a gap between the bridge of my nose and the bottom of frame bridge. If you have this issue you know what I mean. For that reason I normally get Aviator style with adjustable nose pads/arms. The B.N.U.S aviators are great but I also like the wrap around style lenses, especially in really bright conditions and windy days. So I took the chance and these fit almost perfectly!! I have had the Oakley, Maui-Jim. RayBan...brands over the years. I end up breaking them, losing them... so the solution was I end up with drug store shades with cheap plastic lenses that I would not worry much about. But the cheap plastic lenses never seem quite as clear as glass and if I had them long enough, they always end up distorted from micro-scratching. These shades are perfect for a person like me! Great deal!!! No bull...
I love my BNUS!!!
Am so impressed with my BNUS sunglasses! The box includes a Polaroid tester, and the casing is protective and sturdy. The lenses are dark and anti UV, protect the eyes againts direct glare from the sun (no squinting) yet clear even in the shaded area. The style is sporty, oversized and feminine like my Jackie Oh, the lens is size 63 yet wrap around my temple perfectly. One of my best shades I have, the make of the frame is excellent, glass lenses made from Italy yet only a third of the price compared with my Raybans. Highly recommended!
Finally - a quality pair of glasses for $50 - $60!
I was tired of repeatedly paying $20 for drugstore quality glasses, but I didn't want to pay well over $100 for Raybans, Costas, etc. I just knew there HAD to be some decent quality glasses for somewhere in the $50 range, and these are them! Finally! They feel substantial, fit comfortably, and most importantly, offer a very clear and sharp view. The view through them is very noticeably better than cheap sunglasses. I've been enjoying them for a month now and dearly love them. Update - after enjoying these glasses for a year, I lost them, so I bought an identical pair! I hope someone found the first pair and are putting them to good use.
They’re super nice!!
As an airline pilot I’m picky about my glasses. These are spectacular!! I can’t wear while flying because of the polarization. But driving /boating is perfect. They’re clear, stylish and the case is nice. The glass lens doesn’t warp and thus make you dizzy. I’ve been wearing RayBans with a glass lens. I prefer these. Totally recommend!!
Nice pair of sunglasses for the price. Great fit and protection, and they look awesome. They look just like my Raybans at a fraction of the cost.
Better than expected
I've bought many Maui Jims, Raybans, etc. and this is a great alternative, especially if you want a glass polarized lens for sports. In my case this is jogging and golf and these are light, durable, and a great price. I break or lose them eventually but I'll buy these again when I do.
Ok I have always had great sunglasses, so let me start out by saying I miss my old Revo's from about 20 years ago. They were glass lens and the perfect sunglasses. I owned a pair of Rayban Poly carbonate sunglasses as well and they broke after 3 years of use. These sunglasses are about as close as I have found so far. They are scratch resistant, and don't even try to compare a poly carbonate lens to these on scratch resistance. Glass is the clear winner if you are looking for scratch resistance pick glass lenses. Also glass lenses are much more clear than any poly carbonate lens. Where I feel they fall a bit short is on the frame and nose rest. The nose rest is built into the frame and, I feel because of this it puts the sunglasses closer to your face which then creates steam on the lenses when working out or in cold weather.
½ the price of RayBans and just as good
Really like these. Comfortable, dark, good-looking. Work well in brightish (Pacific NW) sun. Not optically great (20/15 vision reduced to maybe 20/25-20/30 wearing them) but at least as good as my RayBan Aviators and half the price. Recommend them.