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- Composite/Plastic Frame
- Plastic frame
- Glass lens
- 100% UV400 protection coating
- Lens width: 55 millimeters
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The updated classic Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses have smaller lenses and a softer shape. Glossy acetate frames and green lenses. Case and cleaning cloth included.
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001UQ71G4
- Item model number: 0RB2132
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2001
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Photo shows the 55mm in the first one & the 52mm in the second.
A couple of issues arose though; When I first got a pair bought directly from amazon (not a third party), it seemed lighter and less substantial than the classic wayfarers I compared it to, both in terms of the plastic lens, and the body, which creaked a little. I read reviews on amazon which said that some people got counterfeit glasses, i figured that was the case with mine as well, and it became more and more obvious. However the second pair i got from amazon, was the exact same, so i took it to sunglass hut and macy's to compare to genuine ones and even ask the salesperson for their opinion. My conclusion was that, I came away about 98% sure that the one's from amazon are genuine and not counterfeit, both salespersons at sunglass hut and macy's assured me that mine were genuine, and they seemed identical in every way to the one's on display (which also creaked and had plastic lenses), except for some minor variations which were seen between the display models and mine both. So I'm going to chalk this down to two things; 1. Due to increased demand worldwide the quality control and standards at Luxxotica in Milan, have started to move to a sliding scale to accommodate. 2. Minor variations in the spec, and process depending on the subcontractors who assemble, manufacture parts, and provide raw materials.
At the end of the day, i'm going to give amazon the benefit of the 2% doubt. I trust them. Besides, at $80 ($50 off list price), even if these are really really excellent knockoffs then the price is worth it in my opinion.
And yes... They are real Ray Ban's.
I noticed that someone mentioned their ray-ban has creaking sound, so they decided to return this and buy from Sunglass Hut.
At first, Mine also has creaking sound, so I thought this sound is caused by the low quality and I decided to return them.
But when I found a local Sunglass Hut and checked three same product from there, I realized that I was wrong.
The products from Sunglass Hut also has this creaking sound.
Finally, I made prescription lenses (polarized with polycarbonate material) for my RB2132, and surprisingly I found out that the creaking sound disappear!!
I believe the creaking sound is caused by the plastic frame and the original glass lens.
These were recommended to me by a lady friend and they look great. Make sure they compliment the shape of your face before buying, not everyone can pull off every style of sunglasses.
I went car shopping and the salesmen looked at them and said "you look like you have good credit." Ha! There is something to be said about the Ray-Ban name. Once you buy these you'll notice how bad some of the knockoff wayfarers look.
Unfortunately I lost my pair in the Pacific ocean :-( and I'm probably going to buy another pair! There are lots of other colors and styles of Ray-Ban wayfarer so don't limit yourself to black!.
My only complaints are that they aren't polarized (which was my fault, because I saw the cheap price and didn't really read the description). But coming from Arizona, I'm used to only purchasing polarized sunglasses. I keep thinking that I'll invest in that for my next pair, but this pair hasn't even come close to breaking yet, and I've dropped them more than once. XD
My other complaint is the case they came in. It's made of this fancy leather, but the button to clasp it shut is so tight that every time you open it, the leather rips just a little. After six months with these glasses, the leather has a little hole where the button *used* to be. It still protects the glasses, which is the main point of a case, but I was sorely disappointed that it held together so poorly.
Either way, those are minor details at best. These glasses are stylish and classic, and I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a new pair!