Terms and ConditionsCARE, USE WARRANTY, CONFORMANCE, AND DEFINITIONS. CLEANING AND
To help preserve the superior optical quality of your lenses, your order comes with a microfiber cloth bag specially designed to protect.
Use only mild soap and water to clean your product. Dry, after rinsing, by gently blotting with the microfiber cloth bag provided. Avoid dirty cloth which can damage the filter features.
WAID LIMITED WARRANTY:
This Waid eyewear product is warranted for one year (two years in the European Union) from the date of purchase against manufacturer's defects. This warranty is valid only to the original purchaser with a proof of purchase from an authorized Waid dealer that clearly shows the purchase date.
Waid does not warrant against any lens scratches. Alteration, misuse, abuse, or installation of non-Waid lenses will void this warranty. The customer's exclusive remedy for a breach of warranty will be the repair or replacement of the item as determined by Waid. This warranty does not affect the legal rights of customers under applicable state or national laws governing the sale of consumer goods.
HOW TO MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM:
Please contact our customer service at email@example.com attaching detailed pictures of the defect found and the receipt of payment clearly showing the date of purchase.
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MANUFACTURER'S CONFORMANCE NOTE:
All Waid sunglasses are in conformance with the provisions of Council Directive 89/686/EEC and as such is conforming to the harmonized standard EN ISO 12312-1:2013 and EN ISO ISO 12312-1:2013/ A1-2015
This eyewear is not designed to protect the wearer from all injury in the event of impact with hard objects. To perform properly the lens must be fitted securely in the frame. Unless marked and identified as such, sunglasses are not intended for use as industrial protection equipment. Waid eyewear should not be used for direct viewing of the sun or strong artificial light sources. Waid lenses can not be used for driving at night or with poor visibility, or a dawn. If the eyewear impairs your peripheral vision, do not wear while driving. Some polarized lenses are specifically designed for performance applications and may be unsuitable for traffic signal recognition.
DEFINITION OF MARKINGS:
Filter category (protection index) and filter type are identified by a number and a letter found on the packaging or on the bar code sticker. The number indicates the category of the filter (see Table 1) and the letter indicates the filter type (N=normal, P=polarized, F=photochromic). The choice of filter depends on the anticipated ambient light level and the user's sensivity to glare. In the case of photochromic lenses (F) the filter category of the activated state is indicated. When photochromic lenses (F) are not activated, they belong to 1 category lower.
Waid Sunglasses are classified in category 3.