Sabtu, 13 November 2010

52mm vs 55mm; polarized vs non-p; tortoise vs black; 2132 vs 2140

Wayfarer Sunglasses Black Frame Polarized

Wayfarer Sunglasses Black Frame Polarized

Let me start off by saying I have never owned a pair of Wayfarers before. I've purchased some aviator Ray-Bans in the past and opted for a change this time around. A couple weeks ago I stopped at my local mall's Sunglass Hut and browsed just a few seconds before zeroing in on the New Wayfarers. I tried them on and really liked the way they looked. I saw the price tag(174.99) and thought, "Great sunglasses, not so great price." Asked the sales guy if he could do anything on the price and he politely said, "No, sorry I can't." So off to Amazon. I found the same pair(New Wayfarer RB2132, Polarized, 55mm, Black/Grey) and then did like you are doing right now... read the reviews. We all want to belive the good ones, but as like anything else, we harp on the bad. I read all the reviews about the not-so-great experiences people had with being sent fake pairs and the disappointment of dealing with that. But I decide to roll the dice anyway. (I did make sure that the order was fullfilled by Amazon to assure that if I had any issues, I could return them)
I jumped over to Youtube and watched all the videos on how to tell the difference between real and fake Ray-Bans and felt confident that when they came I would be able to tell the difference.
After impatiently waiting 5 days for the delivery - they finally came. I opened the package and took notice of the Ray-Ban box itself. The spec label was right there on the side of the box - seems right so far. I opened the box and inspected the case - sturdy, heavyweight construction, Ray-Ban logo on the button, quality Ray-Ban gold stamp on the case. Next, I opened the case and the first thing I noticed was the plastic sleeve on one of the sunglass arms. I flipped open the glasses and saw the metal hinge that connects the arms to the frames. I also found the metal bar that runs through the arms. I checked out the Ray-Ban logos on each arm and saw(felt)that they were nearly flush with the arms. I inspected the logo and etching on the lenses and was satified. They felt heavy and I heard no rattle from the lenses or squeak from the arms opening and closing.
So in all, I definitely recieved a legit pair of New Wayfarers. I very happy with them, and at a $50.00 discount it can't be beat.

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4 komentar:

  1. i want a pair of sunglasses for the beach, i like the wayfarers that have a black frame, preferably a very dark lens, and different colored sides (red, blue, green, etc.) i can't find many like these on the internet. my friends have some but they just say they got them for Christmas or something. any help?

    BalasHapus
  2. I have medium brown hair, brown eyes, and pretty light skin. I have a round face, so I know I should get rectangularish shaped frames. I think I am gonna go with Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses, but should I go with black or white? Also, does anyone know what "polarized" sunglasses are?

    BalasHapus
  3. Frankie Gonzales28 Desember 2012 03.32

    ive seen some guys wearing raybans that look like costas and i was just wondering what model they were. i really like the look of costas but i think raybans are better quality and im to loyal to buy anything else. let me know if you know what im talking about.

    BalasHapus
  4. I've noticed there are 901's and 902's for the original RB wayfarers but I can't find anywhere online what the difference between the two are! I have a pair (can't remember if they're 901 or 902 now though) that don't quite look like my other wayfarers. It says they're 50mm on the arm, but for some reason they look way bigger and bulkier than my other wayfarers. I want to re-buy them, but I don't wanna end up with the same looking ones again. So what in the world is the difference? Is there one?

    BalasHapus