Ray Ban New Wayfarer Classic Sunglasses RB2132 £58 With free delivery! Cotswold Outdoor
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Ray Ban New Wayfarer Classic Sunglasses RB2132 £58 With free delivery! Cotswold Outdoor

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Found 31st Jul 2017
First time poster, long time lurker.

Just spotted these, cheapest you can find anywhere! £58 with free delivery.

4 different colours available.

Other styles available too:
Original Wayfarer 2140 - £63

Ray Ban Aviators £68

Erika 4171 £49
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It's not even polarised. Total rip off.
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Wow this is cheap
Great find opp
them. I have these already though but heat from me
Thanks for posting, 6% Quidco on orders
I don't understand the appeal of Ray Ban glasses. Paying a big premium to have a brands logo on the lens?
It's not even polarised. Total rip off.
Thanks. Was after the original and they had them for £63
Edited by: "acabucca" 31st Jul 2017
Do they come with polarised lenses?
peaceboi

Do they come with polarised lenses?


Nope - it states 'not polarised' in the item details.

I was about to grab them till I noticed this.
Non polarised = paying for the name.
Only the 52mm, shame!
Get some.polarised ray bans shaped ones from boots for 15 quid. Job done.
I have just ordered. Seems like a pretty good deal to me. Doesn't adding the polarised option add about £50. Getting the polarised version for £58 would be a bit of a stretch surely?
jonnoson

Nope - it states 'not polarised' in the item details.I was about to grab … Nope - it states 'not polarised' in the item details.I was about to grab them till I noticed this.



polarised 2140 are £90.00
Had these since Jan 2013. Great price. Very tempted to get a new pair!
Edited by: "dlo247" 1st Aug 2017
daBluone6 h, 34 m ago

Non polarised = paying for the name.

What is polarised
Good price for sure but they don't let me chose the size, looking for 55mm
No 55mm or polarised dam it!!!
Edited by: "springdaddy" 1st Aug 2017
This site is not an offical reseller according to the UK Ray-Ban website "THE WEBSITE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IS NOT CURRENTLY PART OF OUR CERTIFIED RESELLER LIST. THIS DATABASE IS CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED SO PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CHECK BACK AT A LATER DATE" I am not saying they are fakes...but
gwc100

This site is not an offical reseller according to the UK Ray-Ban website … This site is not an offical reseller according to the UK Ray-Ban website "THE WEBSITE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IS NOT CURRENTLY PART OF OUR CERTIFIED RESELLER LIST. THIS DATABASE IS CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED SO PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CHECK BACK AT A LATER DATE" I am not saying they are fakes...but



This is one of the most reputable companies in the UK, they are real.

They are clearly getting rid of slow moving stock, their typical customers wouldnt be buying ray bans
daBluone

Non polarised = paying for the name.


not necessarily true, some people prefer to have non polarised lenses. Try using your phone as a sat nav wearing polarised sunglasses

I speak from experience as it is difficult to see a phone screen wearing polarised lenses (we are virtually glued to looking at phones nowadays).
gwc100

This site is not an offical reseller according to the UK Ray-Ban website … This site is not an offical reseller according to the UK Ray-Ban website "THE WEBSITE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IS NOT CURRENTLY PART OF OUR CERTIFIED RESELLER LIST. THIS DATABASE IS CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED SO PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CHECK BACK AT A LATER DATE" I am not saying they are fakes...but




That's exactly what you're saying, and do you really think a large UK company would be selling fake stock? Nope.

As for all the 'you're paying for a logo' comments, maybe so, but is that not the case with all fashion/consumer items? When you buy a pair of Nike trainers, you're paying extra for the logo/brand, same for when you buy a Samsung TV, armani jeans etc etc.
Personally polarised lenses give me migraines and it's impossible to look at my phone whilst wearing them.
These look like the ones I get for £1 from the cinema to watch 3D movies..
The site says "one size" but there is two different sizes for the RB2132: 52mm and 55mm. A roll of the dice which one they are trying to shift.

I have two pairs of these, both reglazed with a prescription. Excellent hard-wearing frames, the most comfortable and the best I've had in 20+ years of wearing specs. Would have snapped up another pair if I could be sure they were 55mm.
travis

The site says "one size" but there is two different sizes for the RB2132: … The site says "one size" but there is two different sizes for the RB2132: 52mm and 55mm. A roll of the dice which one they are trying to shift.I have two pairs of these, both reglazed with a prescription. Excellent hard-wearing frames, the most comfortable and the best I've had in 20+ years of wearing specs. Would have snapped up another pair if I could be sure they were 55mm.



They're not, they're 52mm lenses:

Size of lens/bridge: 52mm/18mm
Yup the rainbow effect my phone gives me with polarised lenses gives me a migraine too.
Updated the original post to include other styles, all cheaper than elsewhere.
coyote

Yup the rainbow effect my phone gives me with polarised lenses gives me a … Yup the rainbow effect my phone gives me with polarised lenses gives me a migraine too.


Turning the Phone 90 degrees so its Landscape gets rid of the Polarisation effect on phones, but for apps like sat nav and certain other apps the optimal viewing is in portrait and I dont like to be restricted
xmanrho13 h, 45 m ago

It's not even polarised. Total rip off.


You only need polarised if on water i.e. out at sea
don't forget your 6% cashback at TCB
daBluone

Non polarised = paying for the name.



You realise some people genuinely don't want polarised lenses, don't you?

Polarised lenses have advantages and disadvantages which is why it's common to own a pair of polarised and non-polarised sunglasses.
Anomaly843 h, 39 m ago

As for all the 'you're paying for a logo' comments, maybe so, but is that …As for all the 'you're paying for a logo' comments, maybe so, but is that not the case with all fashion/consumer items? When you buy a pair of Nike trainers, you're paying extra for the logo/brand, same for when you buy a Samsung TV, armani jeans etc etc.


I'd say it depends on whether there is an improvement in quality. Fashionable clothes are very much pay for the name IMO, even though a lot of them are of a higher quality than cheap makes there are a lot of other clothes that can be bought without being stupidly expensive that are of a high quality. OTOH Nike trainers may be better than a pair of unbranded trainers, they wont turn you into Mo Farah but may make your feet more comfortable during/after a run. Most Samsung, Panasonic, Sony and LG TVs are better (in terms of image quality, features etc) than most of the cheaper brands. As far as sunglasses are concerned I have several pairs of Oakleys and a pair of Ray Bans and I wouldn't want cheaper ones unless I couldn't afford the better brands, the lenses are better (or at least compared to when I last wore a cheaper pair of sunglasses). Oddly enough I briefly compared my polarized Oakleys to some polarized cheaper glasses last week and there was a lot more glare from a river with the cheaper pair, so even the polarization isn't the same.

Some things you get what you pay for, some you don't or pay over the odds for the improvement. Its all a matter of opinion and affordability whether its worth it.
moonfruit

You realise some people genuinely don't want polarised lenses, don't you? … You realise some people genuinely don't want polarised lenses, don't you? Polarised lenses have advantages and disadvantages which is why it's common to own a pair of polarised and non-polarised sunglasses.



Fair enough, but you could own a pair of "featureless" sunglasses in this exact style for £10 or even less. Hence my "paying for the name" comment.

elvis1234

You only need polarised if on water i.e. out at sea



Not true.
Edited by: "daBluone" 1st Aug 2017
Anomaly84

That's exactly what you're saying, and do you really think a large UK … That's exactly what you're saying, and do you really think a large UK company would be selling fake stock? Nope.As for all the 'you're paying for a logo' comments, maybe so, but is that not the case with all fashion/consumer items? When you buy a pair of Nike trainers, you're paying extra for the logo/brand, same for when you buy a Samsung TV, armani jeans etc etc.


I would hope for the price of a pair of branded trainers or a Samsung TV the technology would be modern / state of the art. Jeans the latest style/cut.... Sunglasses are odd in this regards as Wayfarers are no different to pairs they've been making for 50 years and somehow they still manage to charge a premium.. fashion I suppose

Decent price nonetheless,, I got some off Amazon a couple of years ago for £40.. was happy enough to pay that
Edited by: "dodgymix" 1st Aug 2017
daBluone

Non polarised = paying for the name.


If you want glass for skiing you really don't want polarised because if there is some shiny ice polarised glasses completely block that light making it rather hazardous. Same as driving in the sun after its been raining, polarised glasses place out the shine from the top of any pools of water so you don't see then as well as non polarised glasses.
These sunglasses will probably have G15 less s. G = very slightly green and 15 = 15% of visible light let through.
All those saying "you can get the same glasses without the name for £10" have clearly never worn the better quality ones, I agree there's a certain amount of cost attached to the brand name, but there's also a difference in quality, of the frames and the lens.
Nice one, just ordered a couple of half price pairs of Ray Bans in time for our holiday.
They are the 52mm so unless you wish to look like morpheus from the matrix i'd avoid.
RayBan use Bosch & Laumb lenses (polarised or non), and that is what you are paying for, not just the brand.
PS: Grabbed the Aviators which are polarised, bargain price!
Edited by: "draeburn" 1st Aug 2017
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