Does Ray-Ban sell frames?

Ray-Ban frames are available in a number of iconic styles to suit all face shapes and provide timeless looks. Take a look at all the shapes available: pilot, square, round and rectangular. Purchase yours now on the official online store and receive free shipping on all orders.

How do I identify my Ray-Ban frames?

Original Ray-Ban sunglasses will have “RB” or “Ray Ban etched onto the corner of the left lens to prove its authenticity. If the etching is missing, or a low quality or painted on the glasses will be fake. Other signs to spot a fake pair of Ray-Bans include the packaging and way in which they are boxed to ship.

Are Ray-Ban frames interchangeable?

Ray-Ban’s Classic Aviators Now Come With Interchangeable Lenses.

Are Ray-Bans luxury?

Ray-Ban is an American-Italian brand of luxury sunglasses and eyeglasses created in 1936 by Bausch & Lomb. The brand is known for its Wayfarer and Aviator lines of sunglasses.

Does EyeBuyDirect use Ray-Ban lenses?

Yes! EyeBuyDirect stocks genuine Ray-Ban prescription glasses in a range of on-trend shapes and colors.

How do I stop my Ray Bans from slipping down my nose?

How to Prevent Your Sunglasses from Slipping

  1. Tighten the Screws. In many cases, the solution to the slippage problem is very simple and straightforward: just tighten up the screws that fix the arms to the main part of your frames.
  2. Clean Your Glasses Regularly.
  3. Attach Some Foam Pads.
  4. Use wax.
  5. Try Eyeshadow Primer.

Can you change arms on eyeglasses?

You can bend them with your fingers or use a small pair of pliers to gently adjust the arms. Plastic frames need to be warmed before they can bend. You can warm the glasses in hot water for about 30 seconds or with a hairdryer, but be careful not to overheat.

Can I put my prescription lenses in new frames?

You can put old lenses in new frames in most cases, as long as the new frames are the same ones you used to have. An eye care professional will just need to make sure your prescription doesn’t restrict the type of eyewear you use so that you don’t have issues down the line.

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