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Looking to buy some prescription Wayfarers...

Postby AnthonyM757 on Thu Sep 03, 2009 5:37 pm

But i have a few questions before i do so

These are the ones I want: http://www.opticsplanet.com/ray-ban-rb2 ... es-rx.html

But I want my eyes completely blocked out from sight. The last time i got prescription sunglasses that wasn't the case. (people could still see my eyes :cry: )

so what options should i go with?

thanks
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Re: Looking to buy some prescription Wayfarers...

Postby Liz on Thu Sep 03, 2009 7:40 pm

You can select either gray or brown lenses and leave a comment (customer's comments and instructions field) that you would like us to tint them as dark as possible so that your eyes won't be seen through or get any colored lenses with solid mirror coating.

Ray Ban makes several Wayfarer glasses styles. The RB2113 is discontinued. Take a look at the following models that are close:

Ray Ban RB 2132 prescription sunglasses (it is not all two-toned, if you take a look at frame options, there are some solid color frames)

Ray Ban RB 2140 prescription sunglasses
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Re: Looking to buy some prescription Wayfarers...

Postby AnthonyM757 on Thu Sep 03, 2009 7:52 pm

Thanks liz for your help

o and one more thing

how long does the UV coating last?
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Re: Looking to buy some prescription Wayfarers...

Postby Liz on Thu Sep 03, 2009 9:17 pm

It depends on the prescription sunglasses lens that you choose. UV protection is premanufactured in most of the lens materials. In such a case the UV coating lasts the lifetime of the lens. CR-39 lens material requires an additional UV protection coating to be applied on the lens surface. This film can be worn off with time.
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