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Ray Ban RB2140 Original Wayfarer - £62. 94 (rrp £125) delivered @ Amazon £62.94

£62.94 @ Amazon
Dispatched and sold by Amazon, not a dodgy third party seller. Design classic, the original Ray Ban wayfarer is available for just £63.41, a big saving on the £125 price direct from Ray Ban. Featu… Read More
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3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Dispatched and sold by Amazon, not a dodgy third party seller.

Design classic, the original Ray Ban wayfarer is available for just £63.41, a big saving on the £125 price direct from Ray Ban.

Features: lens diameter: 54 mm 100% UV protection, tinted lenses.

Now £62.94, the cheapest they've ever been on Amazon.
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5 Likes #1
Never felt the same about Ray Ban since B&L flogged them off to Luxottica, however it's a decent price so heated.
1 Like #2
banjax
Never felt the same about Ray Ban since B&L flogged them off to Luxottica, however it's a decent price so heated.

Yeah the lenses aren't as branded as they used to be since Luxottica took over. But, they know that the name sells. They could stick Asda smart price lenses in them for all the consumers knows and they'd still sell for silly money, because they're Ray Ban.
6 Likes #3
I'm a dodgy 3rd-party Amazon seller
1 Like #4
Don't trust these not to be fake
#5
mackey24680
Don't trust these not to be fake

Dispatched and sold by Amazon, why would you think they're fake?!
2 Likes #6
mackey24680
Don't trust these not to be fake

'Dispatched from and sold by Amazon' maybe click on the link and read for 60 seconds before spreading nonsense.
#7
They're cheaper than the competition, but not by a lot. These are £72 at sunglasses shop.
#8
Heat !
#9
"Demo lens"?
#10
Where's the cheapest place to get prescription lenses put in?
#11
Jinkz
"Demo lens"?

I believe they are lenses fitted to frames in opticians to demonstrate how a pair of glasses look with lenses in them. They are not designed to be worn.

I don't think it relevant to these sunglasses
#12
Is 54mm the large size lenses?
#13
banjax
Jinkz
"Demo lens"?
I believe they are lenses fitted to frames in opticians to demonstrate how a pair of glasses look with lenses in them. They are not designed to be worn.
I don't think it relevant to these sunglasses

It's in the description so I wouldn't be so sure.
#14
unknownuser
They're cheaper than the competition, but not by a lot. These are £72 at sunglasses shop.

Link?
2 Likes #15
Dubtitled
Is 54mm the large size lenses?

Yes 54mm is larger for bigger heads. 50mm is the standard size
#16
banjax
Jinkz
"Demo lens"?

I believe they are lenses fitted to frames in opticians to demonstrate how a pair of glasses look with lenses in them. They are not designed to be worn.

I don't think it relevant to these sunglasses

According to this yahoo post demo lenses are "cheap formica lenses" and aren't meant to be worn. They might be ok, but then they might not be UV compliant etc. if they're just for show in the shop?

Edited By: wardi69 on Jul 03, 2017 15:52
#17
lionkhan1
unknownuser
They're cheaper than the competition, but not by a lot. These are £72 at sunglasses shop.

Link?


If i link to the page directly it shows as more, but if you search for it on Google it's currently showing as £73, clicking on that takes you to the reduced price.
#18
They seem to drop by a few pence every few minutes!

£62.94 -> £62.92 -> £62.87 -> £62.84

Give it a few hours and they'll be sub £50!

Edited By: wardi69 on Jul 03, 2017 16:09
1 Like #19
They were this price the other day on the Sunglasses shop site for World Sunglasses Day - 27th June, this is a belated price match from Amazon. Also Wayfarers have been cheaper on Amazon, as low as £40ish but this happens very rarely.
#20
wardi69
They seem to drop by a few pence every few minutes!

£62.94 -> £62.92 -> £62.87 -> £62.84

Give it a few hours and they'll be sub £50!

I would guess it's purely a stock issue. When a certain number of sales are reached, the price will creep back up.
3 Likes #21
banjax
Never felt the same about Ray Ban since B&L flogged them off to Luxottica, however it's a decent price so heated.
banjax
Never felt the same about Ray Ban since B&L flogged them off to Luxottica, however it's a decent price so heated.

agreed still got a couple of pairs of ray ban from the 80s,still going strong,made in the usa too :D
#22
Tank
mackey24680
Don't trust these not to be fake
'Dispatched from and sold by Amazon' maybe click on the link and read for 60 seconds before spreading nonsense.


Spreading nonsense ????? I simply voiced my opinion. Very 2016 I will waiting until they come back into fashion next time round but you knock yourself out
2 Likes #23
I would prefer the newer model.
http://www.shadesdaddyblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Ray-Ban-RB2140-vs.-RB2132.jpg
#24
matedodgy
They were this price the other day on the Sunglasses shop site for World Sunglasses Day - 27th June, this is a belated price match from Amazon. Also Wayfarers have been cheaper on Amazon, as low as £40ish but this happens very rarely.

According to camelcamelcamel.co.uk, this is the cheapest they've been, at least in this size and colour.

https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Ray-Ban-Unisex-Original-Wayfarer-Sunglasses/product/B004SOA3ZG
1 Like #25
It might make me unpopular, but it seems a lot of money for some plastic glasses
#26
Was tempted but Non-Polarized is a turn off.
#27
I seem to recall they had ray ban wayfarers cheaper but they were the 'Justin' ones which had the rubbery feel to them.

Anyway, they're all still overpriced!
1 Like #28
£70.52 now, mods expire.
#29
banjax
Never felt the same about Ray Ban since B&L flogged them off to Luxottica, however it's a decent price so heated.
So true, I have some original B&L and they look fantastic. I had never heard of Ray-Ban but rushed out and bought a pair after seeing Clint Eastwood in "The Gauntlet" because I wanted to look as cool as him. Sigh, happy days.
#30
id be wary if buying these as it says demo lens's this normally is on glasses where you need to replace with your own prescription. Although it does say it has uv protection but possibly they have to have that for eu laws but could be cheap lens's

Edited By: davidbaxter1 on Jul 03, 2017 19:22
#31
themachman
agreed still got a couple of pairs of ray ban from the 80s,still going strong,made in the usa too :D

Me too!
#32
Brought these the other week from Amazon for £65, so absolutely gutted I could of waited and save £2 :( ........... :D
#33
And may I add, these are 100% genuine, great quality, and well worth the price.
#34
zizzles
It might make me unpopular, but it seems a lot of money for some plastic glasses

I agree, the profit margin must be astronomical.
#35
Not worth half price as well.... I got these @ £35 from amazon.com (delivered in UK) 3 years back
#36
sybadm
Not worth half price as well.... I got these @ £35 from amazon.com (delivered in UK) 3 years back
Now if only someone could sell me a time machine.
#37
Destard
sybadm
Not worth half price as well.... I got these @ £35 from amazon.com (delivered in UK) 3 years back
Now if only someone could sell me a time machine.
too late :) deal is expired now as well. I mean It was not worth £35 as well. take it easy
#38
Just a word of warning, although they may be official from Amazon they are not an authorised reseller and warranty repairs are not honoured through ray-ban, you have to fight Amazon for a partial/full refund
#39
davidbaxter1
id be wary if buying these as it says demo lens's this normally is on glasses where you need to replace with your own prescription. Although it does say it has uv protection but possibly they have to have that for eu laws but could be cheap lens's

Got mine today, they've got the G15 lens

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