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Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by larumd on Tue Jun 25, 2013 3:33 pm

Ray-Ban doesn't manufacture the RB2150 anymore but the Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Sunglasses RB2140 is alive and kicking. We have plenty in stock in the 50mm size.

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Post by Geraldo Barboza on Thu Jun 20, 2013 5:37 pm

This is the classic Ray Ban 2150 size 50mm

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by larumd on Wed Oct 12, 2011 8:29 am

Hello,

I would figure out what style your boyfriend looks good in most. We have thousands of designs to choose from. Does he like plastic or wire frames?

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by moli on Wed Oct 12, 2011 4:46 am

Hello. I want buy for my boyfriend very cool glasses. What I must choose?

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by larumd on Tue May 10, 2011 4:55 pm

Hello,

Thank you for the post. Unfortunately I can't tell you what frame would be best for you. People choose the frame that fits. I would suggest that you have your friends look at the frame while you try it on. You can even send a picture with you wearing each size. This will help getting you in the right frame.

I look forward to assisting you.

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by ladydebdeb on Tue May 10, 2011 6:17 am

I already have both sizes (50mm and 47mm) and I still cant figure out which one to choose. 47mm looks a little too tight, but I also dont want to look like my whole face is occupied byt the 50mm lens.
I have a not too oval and not too round face. I know it sounds like a silly description LOL.
Can you let me know which size most women order?

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by larumd on Fri May 06, 2011 12:50 pm

Hello,

The Red Logo is on the demo lenses for merchandising reasons. There is no safe way of removing it. The lenses are usually replaced when a patient has custom lens installed. Give us a call at 1-800-504-5897 option 5 if you need pricing for lenses with our without vision correction.

We can help!

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by moe on Sun May 01, 2011 10:15 am

i just received the glasses .... is it possible to Remove the red logo from left Ray-Bans lens?

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by dannyv on Thu Apr 21, 2011 10:43 am

Hey moh! The Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Eyeglass Frames RX5121 do come in a polycarbonate lens. As far as how they would fit you, it is always best to order them and try them on. You see your definition of big might not be what I consider a big head that would fit these eyeglasses lol. We do have a 30 day return policy for our non-prescription items so you can return them if they do not work for you within that time frame and if they are in new condition. Let us know how these work out for you. We look forward to hearing from you.

Re: question about fittings on glasses (47mm and 50mm)

Post by moh on Tue Apr 19, 2011 7:40 pm

Do the Ray-Ban Original Wayfarer Eyeglass Frames RX5121 (2000-5022 RayBan RX5121 Eyeglasses: 50 mm Lens Diameter, Shiny Black Frame) come with a normal plastic lens and regarding the 50mm if I have a big head, you think it would fit?

Post by Liz on Tue Jan 27, 2009 7:12 pm

We have it. RX 5121 is very popular and we always keep it in stock in all frame colors and sizes.

Here is the link to the eyeglasses RX5121:

http://www.opticsplanet.com/ray-ban-eye ... enses.html

About rx5121

Post by liamliam85 on Tue Jan 27, 2009 6:54 pm

I would like to know about the RX5121 black in 50mm are there any stock now. If there are stock then i would place the order now in yr website.

Post by Liz on Mon Jan 26, 2009 1:17 pm

Pupil Distance or PD is the distance between the right and left pupils. It is usually measured in millimeters. If you do not have PD written on the script that you got from your optician, you can call him and double check if he has it.

You can also call the last place where you purchased prescription eyeglasses from. They should have your PD on file. They should give it to you upon request.

You can also go to your optician and ask him to measure it. Usually they do it free of charge.

You can measure pupil distance yourself as well. You can find the instructions on how to measure your pupil ditance here.

But I always recommend having your PD measured by an eye doctor. Just to be on the safety side and know for sure that you won't have any problems with adjusting to your new eyeglasses.

enquiries...

Post by liamliam85 on Fri Jan 23, 2009 9:12 pm

Please also get us your Pupil Distance (PD) measurement when placing an order on-line. We will need this measurement to adjust the lenses.

Sorry i not sure how to measure the pupil distance...
n i didnt mention in the eyes test...
may be u can measure it by photo or by other ways..

Cos i really wan to get one just only i dun know about the pupil distance

Post by Liz on Fri Jan 23, 2009 4:13 pm

Yes, we ship to UK. The fees and the time in transit varies depending on the shipping method and the carrier you are going to choose. Take a look at http://www.opticsplanet.com/free-shipping.html . You will find more information there.

Ray Ban Rx 5121 is very popular, indeed.

http://www.opticsplanet.com/ray-ban-eye ... enses.html

I would recommend polycarbonate lenses for your prescription. If you are planning to get clear lenses, the price for the glasses will be $148.89.

You can also choose CR-39 as the lens material. It is cheaper than polycarbonate, your total will be $123.95 than. But CR-39 scratches easily and the lenses will be thicker. If you decide to go with CR-39, I would recommend getting Anti-Scratch and UV protection coatings. The total with both coatings will be $139.95 ($8 additionally for each). If you go with the polycarbonate lenses, you won't need to get UV and Anti-Scratch coatings additionally as they are already built into the lens.

You do not need choose any of the other more expensive lens materials that we also list on-line, they are for people with stronger prescriptions.

My prescription is R sph -2.75 L sph -2.25 cyl -0.5 axis 180
- Please also get us your Pupil Distance (PD) measurement when placing an order on-line. We will need this measurement to adjust the lenses.

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Post by liamliam85 on Fri Jan 23, 2009 10:36 am

i like to get a pair of RX 5121 2000-5022 in black colour. I m stay in UK now, r u do shippin to UK? n it takes how long to arrive in UK?

My prescription is R sph -2.75 L sph -2.25 cyl -0.5 axis 180
I just wanna get a mormal glasses it cost how much?

Post by Liz on Mon Dec 01, 2008 12:33 pm

I would recommend you to place an order for the smaller frame. If you buy a frame without lenses and do not like how it fits, you can always return it and exchange for a bigger one. We have an easy return policy.

Post by jewazi on Fri Nov 28, 2008 2:54 pm

hmm im not sure, i will most likely buy the frames off here and get the lens at my local store, but im still confused which one to get, the 47mm or the 50mm, i tried lookin at my current gucci glasses and it doesnt have a measurement

Post by Liz on Wed Nov 26, 2008 6:16 pm

If you do not need correction for near vision and do not have astigmatism, it might be just spherical power. Your spherical power is -4.25. Is there anything else besides this number written on the script?

Post by jewazi on Wed Nov 26, 2008 6:13 pm

i thought the prescription was only 1 portion of numbers, which is -4.25, or is there more then that?

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