ray ban wayfarer L or K markings
I've just got this nice new wayfarer rb2132-901L raybans and just wondering about it's authenticity .. Because my previous raybans feels very smooth at every angle (also rb2132 lost them).. but this new one i feel bit of edgy corners specially on top sides of two side and upper part of front end otherwise everything was nice maybe this is new one and bit different than that sold in 2012 ?
Thank you for the post. I would start by researching the compnay that you bought them from. Also contact Ray-Ban and see if that dealer is an authorized retailer unless it's a private owner that sold you the sunglasses. It may be a defect with the pair so check on the retailer's exchange policy.
These steps should give you some piece of mind.
The Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Sunglasses, Black Frame with Crystal Green in 50mm Lenses (901-5022) does not contain any amount of gold or precious stones. There were some models that used to have this feature for some limited edition models. Ray-Ban will do that occasionally and very rarely.
K usually means limited edition
L usually stands for a Large frame
T sometimes means tech collection
A and B I am still waiting to hear back from Ray-Ban themselves.
Hi I looking to purchase a pair of wayfarer square's , the size reads RB2151 902 5221 3N and the right leg reads WAYFARER SQUARE Hand Made in Italy CE. No K, L, T, A, or B
Can you tell me if there real or not
They seem very authentic.
larumd wrote:Thank you for the post. The RB2151 is no longer in production but wasn't considered limited edition at the time and the 52mm is not large by any means. I am not surprised none of those letters are absent. But most important things are "RB2151 902 5221 3N and the right leg reads WAYFARER SQUARE Hand Made in Italy CE."
They seem very authentic.
Another thing that I'm confused about is that I have another pair of RB2151 with exactly the same numbers and everything but they have a "B" on the right leg while the ones I'm looking to buy don't have any letter. Can you help me understand this, I really don't wanna buy a fake pair but with this style being discontinued there hard to find. Please help me lol
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I am going to need a bit more information to help you out! My concern is that maybe if the model is old the other markings may have worn off as they do that sometimes on plastic or Zyl frames. Do you know what model of Ray Bans they are? What is the lens color?
Can we maybe see a pic?
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