Ray-Ban RB 2132 901 52 Unisex Wayfarer Shiny Black Plastic Frame Green Lenses Sunglasses

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  • Ray-Ban
  • RB
  • 2132
  • 901
  • 52

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Product Description

Ray-Ban RB2132 New Wayfarer Sunglasses Black Frame/Green Lens

  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 3.9 x 3.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • ASIN: B003CIP4TE
  • Item model number: PC105291F04
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 19, 2012
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #305,380 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    I ordered 3 pairs: black, polarized, 55mm; tortoise, non-polarized, 52mm; tortoise, non-polarized, 55mm, so I was able to compare the sizes, colors and polarized feature of these glasses. Here we go.

    1. Authenticity: All of the 3 pairs were sold by Amazon.com, and they all seemed genuine to me. Not even a doubt. Solid and clear. I did notice that the black pair was missing the engraved "RB" on the back of the left lenses. I don't know why.

    2. Polarized: The polarized feature doesn't bother me at all in reading LCD screens, nor does it improve the view much (it cuts out a little more light, but not much difference).

    3. Sizing: I am a small guy and have narrow face. The 52mm is definitely for children: a bit tight (even for me) and looks like a toy; The 55mm looks great, although i feel they can be loose sometimes (look good, but wear loose). I strongly recommend 55mm if you have to get these, unless you are buying for your kids.

    4. Looks: They both look great, but I prefer the tortoise ones that are a little bit different but not too special. Another thing to note is that other people can see your eyes more easily through the ordinary lenses than the polarized lenses.

    5. comparison to the OriginalWayfarer (2140): later I got a pair of 2140 (Original Wayfarer, 54mm, tortoise color) for my cousin. The Original Wayfarers are a bit more expensive, but feel they are of better quality: stronger metal hinge, thicker and heavier plastic. Size-wise, the Original Wayfarers are between the 55mm and 52mm New Wayfarers. Style-wise, the Original Wayfarers have a larger angle pointing forward.

    Try them out in store and buy them here! great quality and price. Just make sure they are "sold by Amazon.
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    Initially designed by Raymond Stegeman and manufactured since 1956 the Ray-Ban Wayfarers were revolutionary compared to the clichéd metal frames of past sunglasses. The early popularity of Wayfarers throughout the 1950s and 1960s was attributed not only to look and comfort but also seen by way of celebrity acceptance of the design. Roy Orbison, John F. Kennedy, Bob Dylan and Andy Warhol all prominently sported Wayfarers for the ever watching public eye.

    However the design became near extinct in the early 1980s due to the decline in sales of the 1970s. Despite the slight reemergence in 1980, due majorly in part to the Dan Aykroyd/John Belushi hit movie The Blues Brothers, Wayfarers were on the verge of discontinuation; selling only 18,000 pairs in 1981.

    As fate would have it Wayfarers were completely resurrected in 1982 when Ray-Ban signed a yearly payment contract with Unique Product Placement of Burbank, California for $50,000. The deal was simple: Wayfarers were to appear in 60 Hollywood films and television shows per year for the next five years in exchange for $250,000. It was a contract that made Ray-Ban millions and projected the classic Wayfarer design across the world. Movie stars, musicians, artists and celebrities alike wore them in films, music videos, photographs and magazines making Wayfarers the sunglasses of necessity for the 1980s.

    The roller coaster ride hit a drop in the 1990s when 'wrap-around' frames popularized the market, striking a blow to the classic Wayfarer design and leaving them forgotten to the masses yet again. That is until 2001 when the New Wayfarers made the scene with a smaller and less angular design, a lighter injected plastic and a multitude of new colors.
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    I purchased the Ray-Ban RB2132 52mm sunglasses from Amazon last week. As I read some reviews that some individuals were receiving a fake pair of Ray-Bans, I decided to purchase the sunglasses from "Amazon.com" as the seller. Thinking that I would be safe from receiving counterfeit sunglasses from Amazon's warehouse, I felt confident in my purchase. However, I was very wrong. When I received the sunglasses and opened the packaging, I knew immediately that these sunglasses were fake. Namely due to the following reasons:

    1) No Ray-Ban logo on the right and left temples of the sunglasses.
    2) On the inside temple it said, "Made in China".
    3) The lenses were cheap plastic lenses, and I purchased the "polarized lenses".
    4) The sunglasses for larger than 55mm, not the 52mm that I ordered.

    Be wary when ordering these sunglasses from Amazon.com!
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    Last year I purchased a pair of Ray-Bans [Wayfarer, folding polarized] Almost immediately they broke. First, one of the bridge screws fell out and then the center bridge broke in half. Trying to get them warranted was a disaster. I decided to instead Order another pair sold by sunglass express through Amazon. They arrived late and I needed them the day they arrived to go skiiing. When I opened the box, the glass were broken. (Both lenses shattered and Ray-ban box crushed) I went and bought another pair at a local store for $177.xx. I called Amazon and they sent me a return postage to return the glasses and receive my money back.. I then received an email from Sunglass Express asking me to talk to them before I left feedback. I emailed them and started getting these form letters that didnt make sense. They didnt answer the questions I was asking, they just wanted me to send the glasses directly back to them. I finally got fed up with them and left a negative feedback. That is when they told me to send the glasses back to them but there would be a 15% restocking fee which would be returned when I removed the negative feedback.
    I notified Amazon of this and they assured me that this was not allowed and they would take care of it.
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