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Ray Ban Prescription Sunglasses

Postby Guest on Fri Nov 21, 2008 3:59 pm

Hi
I have lost my Ray Ban prescription sunglasses. I know that they were aviator style, but do not remember the model. Do you sell them? Can I order Rx lenses from you or should I buy the frame and take it to my optician?

Thanks,
Rob
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Ray-Ban Prescription sunglasses

Postby Liz on Fri Nov 21, 2008 7:10 pm

Hi Rob,

Ray Ban makes several aviator style sunglasses. You can check out the entire Ray Ban Aviator eyewear collection here

http://www.opticsplanet.com/ray-ban-avi ... asses.html

Some of the models can be fitted with prescription lenses.

Ray Ban 3026 prescription aviator sunglasses come in 62 mm lens size (medium fit).
That's a classic aviator. It is available in two frame colors: golden and black.

If you are looking for the same style of sunglasses but in a different lens size or frame color, take a look at Ray-Ban 3025 prescription aviator sunglasses.

There is also a model that comes with a trimmed brow bar - Ray-Ban 3029 prescription aviator sunglasses.

All of the frames are available with single vision, lined bifocal and no line progressive prescription lenses.

Please let me know if your frame is not among those. I listed just the most popular sunglasses. You can find many more at

http://www.opticsplanet.com/ray-ban-rx- ... ewear.html

I hope you find this information helpful!

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Postby RockMYworld on Mon Jan 12, 2009 1:44 pm

Hi. I'm looking for Daddy O prescription sunglasses. I have Ray Ban Daddy O without glasses lenses now. Mine have crystal G-15 lenses. My eyes are getting worse. I need a slight vision correction for distance. Can I buy a new frame from you with the optical G-15 lenses?
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Postby Liz on Thu Jan 15, 2009 2:40 pm

RockMYworld,

We do sell Ray-Ban prescription sunglasses Daddy O

http://www.opticsplanet.com/ray-ban-cas ... es-rx.html

If you would like to get crystal G-15 lenses please choose glass as a lens material from the "Select lens material" menu and green from the "Select lens upgrade" menu. If you select this option combination, you will get the G-15 lens in the prescription form.

We offer many other Ray Ban prescription sunglasses models here.
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Postby powder1 on Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:14 pm

I'm planning to order Ray Ban RB 4037 prescription sunglasses.
That's what my prescription reads:

-250 Pl
-175 - 050 x 109
PD 60

I need some guide on how to fill out your on-line prescription form. Or can I fax my prescription over?
Also I need some help with the Rx lens materials.
THANK U
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Postby Liz on Tue Jan 27, 2009 4:17 pm

powder1,

That's how you read you eyeglasses prescription:

Right Eye (OD) Sphere: -250 Cylinder: Pl Axis 0
Left Eye (OS) Sphere: -175 Cylinder: - 050 Axis 109
PD 60 - that's pupil distance

If your optician did not specify which line is for the right eye and which one is for the left, remember that the first line on the scropt usually refers to the right eye.

You can fill in your Rx info on-line when you place an order for the prescription sunglasses. When you submit the order, you can also e-mail or fax us a copy of your prescription, so that we can double check the info provided by you on-line and call your optician if needed.
Our e-mail: eyewear@opticsplanet.com
Our fax#: 847-919-3085

I would recommend either CR-39 or polycarbonate as a lens material for your prescription. You can read more about different lens materials for prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses lenses here - http://www.opticsplanet.com/rx-eyeglasses.html
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Postby zoom on Fri Jan 30, 2009 6:10 pm

I have been wearing Ray-Bans for many years. Won't switch to anything else ..
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Postby MX-Ride on Fri Jan 30, 2009 6:42 pm

I had prescription ray ban for driving and loved them. I lost them last week :-( It had taken 6 weeks for my glasses to come in and they were about 500 bucks. Your pricing is much better. :!: How long will it take if I purchase a new pair of ray-ban prescription sunglasses from your site?
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Postby Liz on Tue Feb 03, 2009 5:08 pm

It usually takes the lab 1-2 weeks to make prescription sunglasses. The time varies depending on the lens style, upgrade and prescription. For example, single vision clear lenses can be done and fitted in the frames within 1-2 days. Bifocal lenses can take longer.

But we can always try expediting the order if you need the prescription sunglasses by a specific date. Just leave a comment for us in the instructions field when placing an order on-line.
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Postby vixon on Fri Feb 13, 2009 3:40 pm

Hi everyone! I'm new to this forum and I'm looking for some advice.

I have bad vision. Not really really bad, just -3.00 power, but I still need vision correction to see properly. Contacts didn't work, I prefer glasses. I currently use magnetic stick-ons that clip on the front of the frame. They scratch the lenses a lot. I bought my eyeglasses just a few months ago and the lenses are alreday scratched as hell. Do you have any suggestions?
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Postby Liz on Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:17 pm

2 vixon:
Magnetic clip-ons that attach to the eyeglasses are probably one of the cheapest sun protection solutions for prescription wearers. I’m personally not a big fan of them. First of all it is difficult to find the ones that are made by the same manufacturer for the specific model of prescription eyeglasses that you have. Second of all, the clip-ons scratch the lenses a lot, especially if the prescription lenses are made of CR-39.

I think it makes sense to have at least one pair of quality prescription sunglasses that will give you an optimal sun protection.
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Postby /~brian_jr~ on Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:28 pm

I found this blog browsing google. Can you make Ray Ban G-15 lens in my prescription? It should be glass as well, I don't want plastic. I checked a few other on-line stores, nobody sells glass Rx lenses.
Thank you.
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Postby Liz on Mon Mar 16, 2009 6:41 pm

We offer Ray-Ban prescription sunglasses with glass lenses in addition to polycarbonate, CR-39 and high index lenses materials. We can also match either Ray Ban G-15 or Ray Ban B-15 color.
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Postby Smit on Fri Apr 10, 2009 12:41 am

Hi,

I was about to order RB3026 prescription sunglasses. Is it required to provide you the Doctor name and phone no? I do remember my prescription, as am used to wear that since long and it works fine. My preferred eye doctor is in other country and unfortunately I have lost his contact no. and other details.
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Re: Ray Ban Prescription Sunglasses

Postby Liz on Fri Apr 10, 2009 7:00 pm

Hello. We prefer to have your optician's contact information in case we need to verify your prescription. You can also place an order without this it, we will review the prescription information you provide on-line and call you if something is missing or unclear.

If you are ready to place an order, you can do it here:

http://www.opticsplanet.com/ray-ban-hig ... es-rx.html
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Re: Ray Ban Prescription Sunglasses

Postby polardano on Tue Apr 28, 2009 12:50 pm

Hello,
Is it possible to get prescription lenses fit into the Ray Ban rb3190 predator? I have a slight astigmatism and am worried that I won't be able to get prescription lenses made for these frames. Do you guys sell this model and if so can you give me the price with lenses? Any info you provide is greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
Dan
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Re: Ray Ban Prescription Sunglasses

Postby kristinas on Thu Apr 30, 2009 7:54 am

Hi Dan,

We can definitely try making prescription lenses for Ray Ban RB3190 sunglasses for you. It will depend on your whole prescription. Why don't you give me a call at 800-504-5897 and we can figure out if your prescription will in fact work with that Ray Ban frame. If it turns out that your prescription is too high we can find a similar frame for you. :wink:
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Re: Ray Ban Prescription Sunglasses

Postby Old Man on Tue May 26, 2009 7:02 pm

Do I need to choose UV coating for polycarbonate Rx lenses? It says on the web site that it is recommended for CR-39 lenses only ..
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Re: Ray Ban Prescription Sunglasses

Postby Liz on Wed May 27, 2009 11:47 am

CR-39 is the only lens material that requires additional UV coating. All other lens materials are manufactured with the UV protection. So if you are ordering RayBan prescription sunglasses with polycarbonate lenses, you do not need to add UV coating to the cart.
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Re: Ray Ban Prescription Sunglasses

Postby Stan on Thu May 28, 2009 3:58 pm

I have just received my Ray Ban prescription sunglasses. They are great. I have never mail ordered prescription glasses before, I was hesitant. I read your forum, followed the directions on the website and there were no problems. They fit fine, the lenses are right, and the price was much lower than buying locally. Thank you again, folks!
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