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The Tenth Doctor improvises sunglasses through use of the sonic screwdriver. (TV: Planet of the Dead)

Sunglasses, also known as shades, (TV: The Ghost Monument) were a set of dark glass lenses fitted into frames that allowed for protection against excessive light.

Multiple pictures of cats with sunglasses existed on the Internet. Miss Quill scrolled through them during class on her iPad. (TV: For Tonight We Might Die)

The Monk wore sunglasses while in ancient Egypt. (TV: The Daleks' Master Plan)

Ace wore sunglasses while playing chess with the Seventh Doctor in 1638. (TV: Silver Nemesis)

Jo Grant wore sunglasses while looking out a portal on Skybase One. (TV: The Mutants)

Sarah Jane Smith planned on bringing sunglasses on her trip to Florana. (TV: Death to the Daleks)

The Master wore sunglasses after taking over Bruce's body to hide his inhuman eyes. (TV: Doctor Who)

Fitz Kreiner wore small round sunglasses like John Lennon in San Francisco. (PROSE: Unnatural History)

The Men in Black wore sunglasses to hide their inhuman eyes. (TV: Dreamland, The Vault of Secrets)

Christina de Souza wore sunglasses while on San Helios while the Tenth Doctor used his sonic screwdriver to convert his regular "brainy specs" into sunglasses. (TV: Planet of the Dead)

The Tenth Doctor wore sunglasses when he visited the Ood Sphere. (TV: The End of Time)

The Eleventh Doctor had sunglasses which could function as infrared thermal imaging scanners. He used them in Cwmtaff to track Silurians. (TV: The Hungry Earth)

For a time, the Twelfth Doctor used sonic sunglasses as a replacement for his lost sonic screwdriver. (TV: The Magician's Apprentice)