Do Ray-Bans come with a sticker on the lens?
Lenses: Majority of Ray-Ban products include an ‘RB’ etched onto the left lens right next to the hinge. Ray-Ban products also include a high-quality sticker with Ray-Ban logo that sticks to the lens by static.
Which lens is the Ray-Ban logo on?
Original Ray-Ban sunglasses will have “RB” or “Ray Ban etched onto the corner of the left lens to prove its authenticity. If the etching is missing, or a low quality or painted on the glasses will be fake.
Do Ray-Ban logos come off?
Ray-Ban places one prominent logo on the upper right (your left) lens, and one subtle “RB” etching on the left (your right) lens. On fakes, the logo will look blurry, be out of place, or even scratch off.
Do Ray-Ban prescription glasses have logo on lens?
All Ray-Ban clear prescription lenses will feature the signature logo etched on the right lens and RB initials on the left.
When did Ray-Ban start putting the logo on the lens?
When we first started to contract manufacture Ray Ban’s for B&L in 1987, the lens logo was already there. The B&L logo was sand blasted onto the lens.
When did Ray Ban start putting the logo on the lens?
How do you remove stickers from Ray Bans?
If some glue remains that you cannot get off, you may have luck with a light spray of WD-40. Spray it on, let sit for 10 seconds, rub with your finger in a circular motion, then rub off with a soft cloth. Once the glue is gone, rinse the glasses in warm water and soap, rinse and dry.
What Colour is the Ray-Ban logo?
The Ray-Ban wordmark appears in white on red. White represents purity, sophistication and efficiency. Red attracts attention and evokes strong emotions. Paired together, they make the image look optimistic and youthful.
Are Ray-Bans Italian?
In 1999, Bausch & Lomb sold Ray-Ban to the Italian eyewear company Luxottica. Today, Ray-Bans are made in both Italy and China. When Luxottica started manufacturing Ray-Bans in 1999, they were made in Italy.