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MATRIX Seraph Sunglasses

Matrix Seraph sunglasses have become popular obviously due to the influence of the character within the Matrix films.  As with the other Matrix sunglasses, it is the styling and quality of this range that has captured people’s imagination.

For the uninitiated, in the Matrix, Seraph (played by Collin Chou) in the Matrix films guards the Oracle.  The role was also offered to Jet Li and Michelle Yeoh, but it was Chou who portrayed the character so brilliantly. With the exception of Neo, no entity within the Matrix would be able to defeat Seraph in a one-to-one confrontation. The extent of his appearance within the Matrix films varies, but this is a strong character that alludes to an angel without wings.

matrix seraph

Matrix Seraph

These particular Matrix sunglasses are pretty neat and of a high quality. Frequently found at well over a hundred dollars, it is possible to get them for less than forty from certain online outlets.

The styling of Seraph sunglasses are of a metal frame with smoke lenses. They are shatterproof and the lenses are also scratch resistant (unless you try very hard!). As you would expect from a quality product, you will also get UVA400 and UVB protection. And, in case you have a tendency to sit on your glasses, there is a hard spring loaded case to keep them in when you have to take them off.

Other styles include, Neo, Agent Smith and of course Morpheus. Matrix Morpheus sunglasses look a little quirky. If you have seen them, then you probably already know why … they don’t have any arms! They keep on by the use of a clever silicon nose pads that work surprisingly well. Bungee jumping is not recommended(!), but general speaking you will find that normal daily wear and you’ll be creating a topic for conversation whenever you wear them.



If you have to have prescription sunglasses, then your optician should find it simple to replace the lenses, even with progressive or bifocal lenses. The Matrix sunglasses website reports this has been done with the Neo, Morpheus and Agent Smith styles. No big problem, as they also offer an extended returns guarantee anyway.

If you’re a serious Sepaph Matrix fan, or you just like all the Matrix characters, then you’ll definitely want to get yourself a pair of these Seraph Matrix sunglasses. They would also make a great gift for the Matrix fans you know. Work out their favourite character and buy multiple pairs as it is sometimes possible to get some great deals (currently, buy two get one free as well as Free worldwide shipping).

Why MATRIX Eyewear? Is It Any Good?

If you are a fan of the Matrix films, then you may be interested in some of the matrix eyewear that is available online. Matrix sunglasses can be found in several online retailers, but you should be aware that some are sold as ‘toys’ and some are designed for day-to-day wear like more traditional designer sunglasses.

The range of Matrix eyewear has moved into the marketplace due to the need for many to emulate the style and appearance of the primary characters. The resulting high demand to for the Matrix look has resulted in the design, production and availability of Matrix sunglasses. They are manufactured from shatterproof, scratch-resistant, polycarbonate lenses and the hard wearing metal, lightweight frames. The lenses of course have UV400 protection for your eyes.

Precisely what styles can you get? Trinity, Morpheus, Neo, Seraph, Agent Smith or The Twins can all be found, and the good thing about these glasses could be the price! They can be really very affordable with greatly reduced prices from around $30 (although you can get the ‘toy’ versions that are only really suitable for fancy dress parties for about $10).

Morpheus Matrix Sunglasses

You can even get prescription eyewear using some of the frame styles. This includes progressive and bifocal lenses. You just need to take the frames to the optician to have your prescription filled. The Matrix eyewear site reports this has been done with the Morpheus, Agent Smith and Neo styles.

Morpheus Matrix sunglasses are some of the most popular, possibly because of the quirky design. They have no arms (!) and appear to ‘float’ on the face. They keep on by clipping to the bridge of the nose with the specially designed silicon nose pads. Surprisingly perhaps, they actually stay on.

The Matrix eyewear website includes a full cash back guarantee for one year and come with free worldwide delivery. At the time of writing there’s even a buy two get one free on some styles. This is great for those who have a habit of breaking your sunglasses all the time or just want spares in different locations for when the weather changes!

So, if you are looking for something that will attract attention from your friends and make that little bit of impact and at a reasonable cost, then the Matrix eyewear range may just do that for you. Look at options that are now available as the more popular styles come and go out of stock quite fast.

Matrix Sunglasses For Dedicated Fans


Matrix Morpheus Sunglasses
– $ 49.95
The Matrix Revolutions Morpheus Sunglasses are some of the coolest sunglasses you’ll ever own. These sunglasses are awesome, they clip right onto your nose and since these are the premium style with silicon nose pads, they stay on quite well. These sunglasses are very light, you’ll hardly be able to tell you’re wearing them, and, yes, they’re comfortable to wear.

If you are a fan of The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded and/or The Matrix Revolutions then you may be interested in getting your hands on some of the impressive designer sunglasses worn in these films.

Matrix sunglasses were brought to the market because of demand, and a frequent question asked has been, “where can I find the sunglasses worn in The Matrix?” So whether you fancy Morpheus, Trinity, Neo Seraph, The Twins or Agent Smith styles, the best bit is the price. They really are affordable with greatly reduced prices from about $30.

The range of sunglasses are shatterproof with scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses and with metal frames. Naturally, they also have UV400 protection which is the best protection you can get for your eyes.

As an example, what makes Morpheus Matrix sunglasses so quirky? If you’ve seen them, then you probably already know … they don’t have any arms! So, how do they stay on? They simply clip on to the bridge of your nose with the help of some very specific silicon nose pads. A word of caution though, if the bridge of your nose is particularly wide, you might want to give these designer sun glasses a miss. Now, do they really stay on? Yes, and you can do the majority of things while wearing them; bouncing on a trampoline, running, on the beach, driving etc. However, if you are planning going on a roller coaster or bungee jumping or similar, I would take them off or you may lose them! They do take some adjusting to, but once you have, they’re absolutely fine and do tend to create lots of interest from your friends and those that wonder how they magically ‘float’ on your face!

 

If you need prescription sunglasses, your optician will find it simple to replace the lenses, even with bifocal and progressive lenses. The Matrix sunglasses website reports they know it has been done with the Neo, Morpheus and Agent Smith styles.

Shipped worldwide for FREE they also come with a years unconditional money back guarantee. Currently, if you buy two pairs, you’ll get another FREE on some styles so you can keep a pair in your car, a pair at home and a pair at work! Just in case the sun decides to come out unexpectedly (in the UK anyway) and you don’t have any with you!