replacement Bricko lenses?

replacement Bricko lenses?

Post by Kolaga Xiuhtecuhtl » Thu, 22 Nov 2001 11:17:47


Hi.  I own a pair of Briko Sprinter glasses.  They're fine but
the lenses broke at the center.  The lenses still stay in place
but I'd like to buy some more.  However I don't see any place
advertising replacement lenses for Briko.  Any ideas?  Thanks
 
 
 

replacement Bricko lenses?

Post by Andrew Pric » Thu, 22 Nov 2001 18:40:19


Quote:
> Hi.  I own a pair of Briko Sprinter glasses.  They're fine but
> the lenses broke at the center.  >

Brands, shmands - they all break or go missing IMHO.

Buy cheap well fitting but effective (certified to relevant standards to
reduce UVA and UVB) -that's the way to go.

That way when they break (as they ALL do) its not a big drama or lost
investment.

I have a theory that the cheaper they are the longer they last - use 'em the
water, on the snow, in the car, on the bikes - stuff fashion, protect those
rods and cones in the retinal and accept sunglasses have but a short time
with us...

best,    Andrew

"But riding is my special gift, my chiefest, sole delight;
Just ask a wild duck can it swim, a wildcat can it fight...
I'll ride this here two-wheeled concern, right straight away, at sight."
A B 'Banjo' Patterson - "Mulga Bill" The Sydney Mail, 25 July 1896.

 
 
 

replacement Bricko lenses?

Post by Kolaga Xiuhtecuhtl » Thu, 22 Nov 2001 19:01:18

But I have the prescription inserts for these glasses!
Quote:



> > Hi.  I own a pair of Briko Sprinter glasses.  They're fine but
> > the lenses broke at the center.  >

> Brands, shmands - they all break or go missing IMHO.

> Buy cheap well fitting but effective (certified to relevant standards to
> reduce UVA and UVB) -that's the way to go.

> That way when they break (as they ALL do) its not a big drama or lost
> investment.

> I have a theory that the cheaper they are the longer they last - use 'em the
> water, on the snow, in the car, on the bikes - stuff fashion, protect those
> rods and cones in the retinal and accept sunglasses have but a short time
> with us...

> best,    Andrew

> "But riding is my special gift, my chiefest, sole delight;
> Just ask a wild duck can it swim, a wildcat can it fight...
> I'll ride this here two-wheeled concern, right straight away, at sight."
> A B 'Banjo' Patterson - "Mulga Bill" The Sydney Mail, 25 July 1896.


 
 
 

replacement Bricko lenses?

Post by Stev » Fri, 23 Nov 2001 13:29:56

Contact your local Briko dealer. They can order lenses from Briko USA.
I got new lenses for my Zens, cost $40.00.
Quote:

> But I have the prescription inserts for these glasses!




> > > Hi.  I own a pair of Briko Sprinter glasses.  They're fine but
> > > the lenses broke at the center.  >

> > Brands, shmands - they all break or go missing IMHO.

> > Buy cheap well fitting but effective (certified to relevant standards to
> > reduce UVA and UVB) -that's the way to go.

> > That way when they break (as they ALL do) its not a big drama or lost
> > investment.

> > I have a theory that the cheaper they are the longer they last - use 'em the
> > water, on the snow, in the car, on the bikes - stuff fashion, protect those
> > rods and cones in the retinal and accept sunglasses have but a short time
> > with us...

> > best,    Andrew

> > "But riding is my special gift, my chiefest, sole delight;
> > Just ask a wild duck can it swim, a wildcat can it fight...
> > I'll ride this here two-wheeled concern, right straight away, at sight."
> > A B 'Banjo' Patterson - "Mulga Bill" The Sydney Mail, 25 July 1896.

 
 
 

replacement Bricko lenses?

Post by Dana Bradsha » Fri, 23 Nov 2001 06:45:47

Try 1-800-PRO-LENS

Quote:
> Hi.  I own a pair of Briko Sprinter glasses.  They're fine but
> the lenses broke at the center.  The lenses still stay in place
> but I'd like to buy some more.  However I don't see any place
> advertising replacement lenses for Briko.  Any ideas?  Thanks