Dave Unwin – The Man Behind the Controls

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog, News Releases
Dave Unwin favors Randolph Aviators for flying because of “their quality, robustness, comfort, excellent optics, and the fact that they look great!”

If you’ve been following us on social media, you may have noticed that we post quite a few pictures of a certain pilot flying some amazing aircraft and always wearing his Randolph Aviators. Now to meet the man behind the controls- His name is Dave Unwin, and with over 30 years of solo flying experience, […]

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How to Care for your Randolph Sunglasses

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog, News Releases
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Summer isn’t the same without a good pair of sunglasses. However, all of the beach days and outdoor adventures can take a toll on your frames. Here is a quick step by step on how to get your Randolphs looking new again! After continuous wear, it is common for sunglasses and other eyewear to start […]

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Bayonet Vs. Skull Temples

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog, News Releases
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One question we often get from our customers is “what is the difference between bayonet and skull temples?” And of course, “which one is better”? While for most of our customers it will come down to a matter of personal preference, there are some key differences between our two most popular temple types. BAYONET TEMPLES […]

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Randolph Featured in “Making the American Man”

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Randolph Engineering is honored to be a part of a documentary that is now available to view on Netflix. Making the American Man features U.S.-based manufacturers that are known for making quality products chiefly for men. We are proud to be among other great American brands and wish the film and its crew the best!     […]

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Randolph’s Family Heritage

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Four generations of the Zaleski family; (from left to right) Tim holding Maddox, Richard, and Stanley.

This Father’s Day is extremely special for the team at Randolph Engineering. We are overjoyed to announce that only a few months ago, one of our members welcomed his first child into the world making this his first Father’s Day! Maddox Timothy Zaleski was born on March 5, 2016 at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth […]

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Glass vs. Polycarbonate Lenses

Posted by Sarah Fawle in Blog
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What are the benefits of glass lenses vs. polycarbonate lenses? Is one really better than the other? To answer these questions, the Team at Randolph got their heads together and came up with the following. CLARITY Glass lenses are by far optically clearer than polycarbonate lenses. This is why glass is primarily used in microscopes, […]

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Randolph Featured in Playboy!

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We’re thrilled to be included in this fun summer round-up on Playboy Magazine! See what they had to say about Randolph Aviators below:

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The summer season is upon us and RANDOLPH is busy!

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Vintage Airstream fun on Boston’s Greenway We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect, sunny day than Thursday, May 12th, when the Randolph team hit the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston for a one-day only Pop-Up Shop event! An authentic Airstream trailer served as our hub as we served up a slice of style with […]

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RE Ranger is Proud to Support Youth Clay Target Shooting

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The Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) has introduced and mentored thousands of young individuals, parents, and coaches to the shooting sports and we are proud to continue our relationship with them and assist in promoting their programs. RE Ranger applauds the SCTP for their efforts and strongly believes that the future of the shooting sports […]

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Biofueled Flight a Success!

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Randolph is proud to have sponsored the world’s first transcontinental biofueled flight, which was a complete success! Pilot Ross McCurdy and son Aedan are safely back home in Smithfield, RI after completing their 10 day trip to Santa Monica, CA, with stops made in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Texas, Arkansas, and Arizona. The flight marked the first transcontinental flight […]

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