About HD Vision Ultras
HD Vision Ultras promises top quality, high-definition optics with their amber-tinted lenses. They claim they will reduce glare, enhance colors, and look great sitting on top of your nose.
HD Vision Ultras are sold by Idea Village, a marketing company based in Wayne, NJ. They are not accredited by the BBB and currently have a D rating, due to a failure to respond to 13 complaints about products or services.
How HD Vision Ultras Work
HD Vision Ultras are basically a pair of unisex designer sunglasses with dimensions 8 x 4 x 3 inches. They tout it has 100% full UV 400 protection and will make life look like an HDTV (but wait, isn’t life already in HD?) The informercial shows a lot of people oohing and ahhing about the clarity of HD Vision Ultras as they pop them on, but there is no way to be sure they are not actors. The website shows dramatic “before” and “after” photos of what your world will look like through a pair of HD Vision Ultras, but these are just Photoshopped with different filters and may or may not correlate to what you actually see.
HD Vision Ultras includes:
- HD Vision Ultras
- HD Vision Night Vision (extra S&H)
HD Vision Ultras Pricing, Shipping, and Returns
HD Vision Ultras cost $10 plus $5.99 S&H; in addition you are automatically given a “bonus” pair of HD Night Vision glasses but you have to pay $5.99 more in fees. The total price for the two pairs is $21.98. You can return your glasses within 30 days for a refund, but they will keep the S&H (which is more than the actual purchase price). In addition, when you click “process order” you are also signing a binding arbitration agreement which prevents you from suing them yourself or joining a class action lawsuit.
What you should know before Ordering HD Vision Ultras
Bottom Line: Is HD Vision Ultras a Scam?
5 out 5 people found this review helpful
HD Vision Ultras
Both Pairs broke exactly at same spot, weakest part above nose left eye. They cannot bend at all.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend