Have you got a pair of old Ray-Bans in the drawer at home, damaged and collecting dust?
If you have a pair of sunglasses in dire need of repair, SunglassesUK.com have Ray-Ban Replacement Lenses to help you restore life to your old frame. 
Sunglasses Repair Service 
Are Lenses Available For My Frame? 
If your Ray-Ban frame is under two years old, the chances of a like-for-like replacement being available are high. Depending on whether you want a like-for-like replacement, the younger your frame is, the better. 
However, you can always upgrade to a polarised or mirror lens. If your sunglasses are older than two years, don't worry; it’s still possible lenses are available.
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How Much Do They Cost?
The prices of Ray-Ban Replacement Lenses vary, depending on whether you would like none polarised or polarised. The starting cost of the non-polarised lenses is £60, with polarised lenses costing £80.
Free shipping is available with all orders on SunglassesUK.com.
Are The Lenses Genuine?
SunglassesUK.com is a licensed seller of Ray-Ban products. Our Ray-Ban Replacement Lenses come with the correct etchings on both lenses. This includes the white Ray-Ban or Ray-Ban P logo in the top corner and the smaller engraved RB on the opposite lens. The lenses also come with a certificate of authenticity, so you know they are genuine.
How long will it be until I can receive new lenses?
We have several lenses in stock, including the Aviator, Clubmaster, and Wayfarer, the more popular frames. On average, 5/10 working days is your typical waiting time for genuine Ray-Ban Replacement Lenses.
How Do I Fit My New Lenses?
You have three options for fitting your new Ray-Ban Replacement Lenses.
Firstly, SunglassesUK.com offer a Sunglasses Repair Service, which includes free shipping to SunglassesUK.com.
Secondly, you can repair the sunglasses yourself. If the frame is metal, semi-rimless, or rimless, you may need specific tools to loosen the frame. If the frame is made from plastic acetate, be extremely cautious when removing and entering the lenses.
Finally, you can take the sunglasses and new lenses to a local optician/licensed Ray-Ban seller, who will be able to help.
What If My Lenses Have Been Discontinued?
It’s not the end of the world if genuine replacements are no longer available. Optical blanks can be used as an industry-standard substitute for the discontinued lens.
The main difference between genuine and optical blanks is the latter doesn’t come with Ray-Ban etchings. However, there is also a price difference. The industry standard substitute costs £50 for none polarised and £70 for polarised. As we require your frame to be here for fitting, we include shipping to and from us in the price.
Ben Myers