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    Who else but Lazer can combine magnets and eyewear for a successful combination The Magneto eyewear brings you the ultimate form of comfort when it comes to sunglasses

    Due to an innovative and unique helmet/sunglass interface the Magneto works together with the helmet to create a completely new experience. Because the eyewear has no traditional temples it doesn’t create any pressure points making it comfortable, even during long rides

    The magnets in the helmet tabs connect with 2 Magclips that attach to your forward most helmet strap. Moving the Magclips up or down creates a custom fit, while pushing the Magneto forward or backward creates distance between the eyewear and the face. When you don’t want the Magneto on your face, the clever Magdoc system gives a way for you to install the sunglasses on your helmet

    From the box the eyewear comes equipped with a mirror lens and 2 additional lenses or with a clear or melanin injected photochromic lens so there is an option for any kind of weather

    To top it off the Magneto can be outfitted with and RX adaptor so you can have your prescription lenses installed on the eyewear. The Magneto is pushing the boundaries of innovation in eyewear another step forward
  • Lazer Magneto M1 Cycling Glasses Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    3.8
    out of 5
    3.83
    Build Quality
    3.50
    Performance
    4
    Value For Money
    3.50

    Customer Reviews (1)

    4
    CLEVER INNOVATION - WORKS WELL

    Undecided about these glasses. It's a nice idea. Basically you get a pair of little magnets which you fit on your helmet straps. These click onto magnets fitted in shortened sunglasses arms. It works well but there are issues. Best plan is to list pros and cons: - PROS - Once the magnets are fitted to your helmet straps the system works well - easy to put the glasses on and remove them - beats squeezing the arms of sunglasses between your ears and your helmet. - The glasses feel very comfortable on - more so than conventional sunglasses. - I bought the blue. They're pretty flashy when fitted with the blue lenses but quite stylish. People will see you coming! - You get a sensible choice of three lenses - blue, clear and a nasty light amber (which looks horrible with the blue frames. - You get both a pair of normal sunglasses arms AND the short arms fitted with magnets (which attach to the magnets on your helmet) - so effectively you're getting TWO pairs of glasses - and you get a soft case in addition to the main case that houses all the bits and bobs. - The magnetic system fits my Giant helmet so I presume it will fit any brand - not just Lazer as hinted in the instructions. - The system is attractively presented in a rugged, well made, attractive case, compartmentalised to hold everything. - The lenses are very good - effective and of quality. - Got them at a crazy price! CONS - The instructions are pretty poor - a large dose of common sense is needed - study the parts carefully first, look at the diagrams then setting up should be fairly easy. - The frames are a sort of 'see through' blue (reminiscent of an old fashioned toothbrush!). Not apparent on the product picture but actually not that noticeable when on. However I feel this cheapens them - but just my opinion. - When I first attempted to separate the lenses from the arms, the joint was so stiff that I just couldn't do it - seemed glued. And I feared that I might break the plastic. In the end I put a soft cloth over the lens and pulled the arm firmly. Nasty crack but no damage. I advise removing the arms this way. You don't get finger smudges over the lenses. I think this problem will disappear after regular use. - You get three lenses but only ONE rubber nose bridge. This means you have to fit it every time you want to change the lenses. Bit mean, don't you think? At the price you might have expected bridges on all the lenses. All in all and on the whole I am happy with this product - particularly at the price I paid in the Tredz sale where it was hugely discounted. I can see why it is a perhaps a poor seller. I guess many folks are confused by the product description and reluctant to take the plunge. But it's a clever innovation and once you have it set up, works extremely well.

    Undecided about these glasses. It's a nice idea. Basically you get a pair of little magnets which you fit on your helmet straps. These click onto magnets fitted in shortened sunglasses arms. It works well but there are issues. Best plan is to list pros and cons: - PROS - Once the magnets are fitted to your helmet straps the system works well - easy to put the glasses on and remove them - beats squeezing the arms of sunglasses between your ears and your helmet. - The glasses feel very comfortable on - more so than conventional sunglasses. - I bought the blue. They're pretty flashy when fitted with the blue lenses but quite stylish. People will see you coming! - You get a sensible choice of three lenses - blue, clear and a nasty light amber (which looks horrible with the blue frames. - You get both a pair of normal sunglasses arms AND the short arms fitted with magnets (which attach to the magnets on your helmet) - so effectively you're getting TWO pairs of glasses - and you get a soft case in addition to the main case that houses all the bits and bobs. - The magnetic system fits my Giant helmet so I presume it will fit any brand - not just Lazer as hinted in the instructions. - The system is attractively presented in a rugged, well made, attractive case, compartmentalised to hold everything. - The lenses are very good - effective and of quality. - Got them at a crazy price! CONS - The instructions are pretty poor - a large dose of common sense is needed - study the parts carefully first, look at the diagrams then setting up should be fairly easy. - The frames are a sort of 'see through' blue (reminiscent of an old fashioned toothbrush!). Not apparent on the product picture but actually not that noticeable when on. However I feel this cheapens them - but just my opinion. - When I first attempted to separate the lenses from the arms, the joint was so stiff that I just couldn't do it - seemed glued. And I feared that I might break the plastic. In the end I put a soft cloth over the lens and pulled the arm firmly. Nasty crack but no damage. I advise removing the arms this way. You don't get finger smudges over the lenses. I think this problem will disappear after regular use. - You get three lenses but only ONE rubber nose bridge. This means you have to fit it every time you want to change the lenses. Bit mean, don't you think? At the price you might have expected bridges on all the lenses. All in all and on the whole I am happy with this product - particularly at the price I paid in the Tredz sale where it was hugely discounted. I can see why it is a perhaps a poor seller. I guess many folks are confused by the product description and reluctant to take the plunge. But it's a clever innovation and once you have it set up, works extremely well.

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    3.8 out of 5
    Build Quality: 3.5/5
    Performance: 4.5/5
    Value For Money: 3.5/5

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