Sunday, 6 October 2019

E.S.P Insight Polarized Sunglasses Review

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AWS REVIEWS: E.S.P Insight Polarized Sunglasses

Price: £15.99
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5
Build Quality: 2/5
Total: 12

Afternoon All,

Shall be returning to giving honest reviews on fishing tackle purchased. Realize upset a number of companies in the past by telling the truth, at the end of the day you don't want to be told a pack of lies. The truth does no one any harm other than those producing, selling and claiming your hard earnt money is worth handing over. I for one have been robbed by false information.

Yes the summer is almost at an end however good quality polarized glasses are still essential all year round. Having recently dropped my Fortis Glasses in the drink was desperate to get another pair of glasses quick. Visited a wonderful shop called Roman Tackle, Roman Road, near Victoria Park whilst out fishing The River Lea near West Ham, Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Let's just give them a Big Shout a shop would highly recommend, very helpful Friendly Knowledgeable Staff, with plenty of stock and great prices.
Onto the subject in matter. Not having a great deal of money wanted a product to do the job in hand. These ESP glasses are excellent value for money at only £15.99 and in terms performance out performed my £20 Fortis Wraps ten fold. Certainly spotted many many more fish using these glasses. Unfortunately although the lens are excellent the actual build quality is poor. On cleaning the glass it moves about in frame, one has to be careful in case the lens drop out. Guess you pay for what you get. You don't get a hard case which is a pity however that would surely bump up the price. Despite the build quality added a little glue to firmly hold lens in place and overall extremely happy with their performance and value for money.

More products on test coming soon :)

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