The owner, Ken Wilson, built Fast Metal upon a foundation of over 30 years of sunglass manufacturing experience that he has cultivated since 1988. Fast Metal is his newest brand, which began in April of 2018.
Don’t worry. All Fast Metal Sunglasses are covered by our 30-Day Money-Back Satisfaction Guarantee. If you are unhappy with your purchase for whatever reason, just give us a call at 928-723-0006, or use the Contact Us link under the Fast Metal header at the bottom of the page to let us know. We’ve got your back.
All Fast Metal Sunglasses come with a One-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty against defects in workmanship or materials. This means you get a pair of sunglasses that is made right and built to last, guaranteed. Our warranty does not cover any user-provoked damage such as scratched lenses or wear-and-tear.
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The best way is to compare it to the product images here on our website. Click on our “Sunglasses” link at the top of the page. For models that look similar, we also have a guide to help you out. Click here to view our Help page on identifying your model of Fast Metal sunglasses.
Nah, it’s cool. Literally. Aluminum actually has the property of high thermal conductivity and low thermal impedance. In English this means they get no hotter than plastic sunglasses and in fact, cool off faster once in the shade.
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Before we talk differences, here’s what is the same. All Fast Metal’s polarized and non-polarized lenses offer 100% UV protection.
The difference lies in how each lens type reduces light and glare. Non-polarized simply reduces all incoming light to make things less bright. Polarized goes a step further by adding special filtering technology to reduce glare.
People who wear sunglasses for outdoor activities or driving usually prefer polarized sunglasses to reduce surface glare and improve visual clarity for their tasks. People who look at computer or other device screens while wearing their sunglasses sometimes prefer non-polarized lenses. This is because at some angles, these device screens can appear slightly faded or even completely dark when viewed through polarized lenses.