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ARE MY RAY-BANS REAL? | HOW TO SPOT A FAKE
26-07-2021, 11:27 AM
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ARE MY RAY-BANS REAL? | HOW TO SPOT A FAKE
ARE MY RAY-BANS REAL? | HOW TO SPOT A FAKE



So you’re shopping for a new pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses and you think you’ve just scored a killer deal. But when you open the package, you can’t shake the feeling that something is off. Did you get a fake? Read our guide or watch our video and learn how to tell the real from the fake.Get more news about oakley sunglasses sale mens,you can vist sugenon.com!

Fake Ray-Ban sunglasses are pretty common, and some of the forgeries are getting close to the original. Our #1 tip is that if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. You can buy fake Ray-Bans at a fraction of the price of the real thing, but the quality is nowhere near as good. Here are a few more pointers on how to tell the difference.

AUTHENTIC RAY-BAN CASE
Genuine Ray-Ban sunglasses come in a black or brown faux leather case (Note that Ray-Ban Junior products come in a colored, soft pouch). Most fakes will try to replicate this style, so here are a few pointers to spot the fraud.

If the stitching is fraying slightly or shows traces of glue (check the corners), you’re most definitely looking at a fake. Ray-Ban cases are of impeccable quality, so these imperfections, though small, aren’t tolerated.

Also take a look at the case’s clasp—it should have Ray-Ban’s logo on it. Many knockoffs will place the logo off-center, whereas the real thing won’t require a 90° head rotation to read properly. On that note, if the sunglasses don’t fit properly inside the case, that’s another telltale sign of a fake.

Next, check out the Ray-Ban logo stamp in gold or black. Fakes may simply apply this logo with paint instead of stamping it on, so it’ll scratch off. It may also look shiny rather than the matte finish of the real thing.

The outside of the silver box the case came in should have a barcode. If it doesn’t, your shades are fake. Some forgeries can even replicate the barcode, though, so this isn’t 100% foolproof.

If there’s anything saying Bausch & Lomb, that’s an automatic red flag. Bausch & Lomb sold Ray-Ban to Luxottica in 1999, so unless you’re buying a vintage pair, you should see Luxottica’s name.

Last, check out the stuff that comes with the sunglasses. In a separate package you’ll find a cleaning cloth with the Ray-Ban logo. The real thing is made of microfiber, while knockoffs will usually use a generic soft fabric instead. Using the wrong type of fabric to polish your lenses can scratch them, so if the cleaning fabric feels fake, the sunglasses are too.
No matter the model, all real Ray-Bans are made from high-quality materials. If the hinges seem stiff, the build flimsy, and the screws loose, chances are you’ve got a fake on your hands.

Another good way to tell is to run your finger along the edges of the frame and feel for seams. Ray-Ban hand-makes all its acetate frames from a single block, so there should be no seams along the temples or around the lenses. You also shouldn’t feel or see any glue or uneven edges.

Check the nose pads. On models with adjustable nose pads (such as the Aviator), they should show a small metal inlay with “RB” on them. Fakes will likely screw up the placement or use lower-quality nose pads and etchings.The lettering on the temples is also a good indicator of authenticity. Fakes will often have the lettering slightly off or look low-quality.

On the inside left temple you should see the model number (RB followed by a 4-digit number), the color code made of a combination of letters and numbers, the lens size, temple length, then either 2N or 3N (P if they’re polarized). This last marking refers to the lens darkness.

On the inside right temple you should see the Ray-Ban logo, where it’s made (authentic Ray-Bans can be manufactured either in China or Italy, so don’t panic if it says “Made in China”!), a single letter referring to the type of frame, a CE, and “Polarized” if your sunglasses are polarized. Most fakes will miss a couple of these codes, so if your sunglasses don’t have all of them, they’re probably counterfeit.
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