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Mantaray Brown and Pink Sunglasses

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Manufacturer: Manataray / Type: Sunglasses

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      07.09.2012 16:51
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      Five out of five stars

      Mantaray Brown and Pink sunglasses More or less every year I like to treat myself to a new pair of sunglasses, usually because the last pair has been put through their paces. And because I do buy new sunglasses on a yearly basis I don't want them to be overly pricey, but I do like them to be relatively trendy. When I saw the Mantaray brown and pink sunglasses it was love at first sight. ---The Shelf Appeal --- With these sunglasses what first caught my attention was the cute flower detailing (in pink) along the brown legs. The detailing is simple, cute and just girlie enough. I also love the cut out circle section of diamantes on the edge of the legs next to the glasses that look great and add just the right amount of sparkle. Because lets face it you should never be without a bit of bling. Personally I like my sunglasses to be quite dark, not ridiculously dark, but I do sometimes suffer from a bit of light sensitivity whenever I have a headache and some of the lighter shading of certain sunglasses just doesn't cut it. If I had to describe the colour of the sunglasses I would say that these are somewhere towards the middle-end of the shade scale. They are of course UV protected and up to all the usual standards that we would expect of sunglasses bought in the UK. The sunglasses do come with a rather cute pink fabric bag like container. --- The Fit --- This year when shopping for sunglasses, the main criteria I had (as always) was I wanted something that would suit my face, which is much easier said than done. After trying on what felt like pair after pair I finally found the Mantaray Brown and Pink sunglasses that had a snug fit and a shape that I felt suited my face. The fit of sunglasses is such a personal thing, but if you like the look of these then I do definitely recommend trying them on for yourself. I have been wearing these sunglasses pretty much constantly (weather permitting) for a couple of months now and they still fit just as well. In fact these sunglasses have actually been used, thrown in a bag and dragged all over the place and they just don't look like it, they still look nearly as good as new. --- Overall --- The availability of these is pretty good, I'm not sure where else you can buy Mantaray products other than Debenhams but even if there isn't a Debenhams near you it is still possible to buy these sunglasses online. Originally the price of these sunglasses was £30, but at the moment Debenhams (as of date of review) has a twenty percent sale on making these fabulous sunglasses a real bargain. Even at full price these sunglasses in my opinion are with every penny and I love mine, I only wish we had some more sunny days to wear them on! I've owned these Mantaray sunglasses for nearly two months now and I love them now as much as I did the day I bought them. Five out of five stars.

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