Oakley with Special Edition Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D Glasses

Oakley with Special Edition Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D Glasses

The famous sport equipment company Oakley has announced a special edition passive 3D glasses to commemorate the debut of “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” film, which features film-inspired art and allowing you to use them for 3D entertainment in the home and the cinema.

Based on the Oakley’s 3D GASCAN model, the glasses have Three-Point Fit, lightweight O Matter frame with different color icon on each side – AUTOBOT SHIELD icon on the one side,  while the other carries the emblem of the DECEPTICON shield icon. They are equipped with “optically correct”3D lenses which eliminate glare and reflections, and offering truer alignment of 3D images with an “uncompromising degree of color fidelity.

This limited edition 3D glasses comes with a Microclear bag for protection and lens cleaning, and will also be available at other Oakley Stores as well as Oakley.com, Amazon.com, Sunglasshut.com and Zappos.com.  The price is quite juicy – $150!

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