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Named after a famous comet last seen in 1986 and launching next week, our newest addition to the flock is an interstellar masterpiece.


Made from aerospace grade alloy, which combines chromium, magnesium and aluminium to make one of the highest strength alloys. Strong and light, it’s a key material in the thousands of CubeSat satellites orbiting earth. Fatigue strength is higher than most aluminum alloys. Particularly good resistance to marine atmosphere and salt water corrosion.

Terms and conditions

The competition is only open to those who live in the United Kingdom. Bird Sunglasses assumes that by entering the competition you live in the United Kingdom and agree to these terms and conditions.

How to enter

Fill out the form above for a chance to win the prize. All entries received by 11.59pm on Wednesday 26th August will be automatically entered into the prize draw. The winner will be chosen and contacted via the email address provided on the form. If the prize winner is not contactable, or they fail to respond to our notification within the time stated on our reply, they will lose their entitlement to the prize, which will then be awarded to the next eligible entrant.

The prize

The prize includes a single pair of Bird Sunglasses.

The prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered. Bird Sunglasses reserve the right to substitute the prizes for another of equal or greater value should the need arise.

Data capture

Your registered details will be used by Bird Sunglasses for the purpose of managing the competition and if stated, inclusion in our weekly newsletters for marketing purposes. Your personal information will only be used in accordance with Bird Sunglasses’ privacy policies, and will not be disclosed to any third party. The winner, if required, agrees to have his/ her name published on social media or the website.