Reglazing an investment pair, newly purchased frames or swapping out standard lenses for sunglasses are cost-effective ways to benefit from branded sunglasses without the hefty price tag of the high-street. At Lensology, we reglaze sunglasses for both prescription and non-prescription wearers with our fast, high-quality postal service.
So why reglaze your sunglasses?
Non-Prescription Replacement Sunglasses Lenses
Even with no optical prescription, your sunglasses lenses must still provide optimum protection for your eyes from UV and bright conditions, which cheap lenses just cannot offer. At Lensology, we pride ourselves on supplying this for our non-prescription customers.
Replacement Prescription Sunglasses Lenses
Lensology supply and fit authentic Ray-Ban lenses. Our convenient postal replacement lens service means that if your Ray Ban’s get damaged, we can help.
We can match the tint of your existing lenses and replace them with new ones, meaning that you can keep your favourite frames.
Lensology are proud to supply replacement Oakley lenses. Whether you are looking to refresh your Oakley frames, or to save money on having new prescription lenses fitted, Lensology can help.
Send your Oakley frames to us using one of our convenient pre-paid postage packs, and our experts will fit your new lenses and send them safely back to you.
Different types of replacement sunglasses lenses
Lensology has an extensive range of options available for sunglasses reglazing for prescription and non-prescription lenses.
We are experts in tinting thanks to the vast choice we offer to our customers and our excellent optical technicians. The most popular request for tinting is to colour-match lenses to the frames. We cater for almost any colourway you can imagine. All lenses come with density options, and you can change it up to have a solid or graduated tint, truly catering to your specific needs and taste – all with complete UV protection.
Our polarised lenses reduce blinding glare by blocking horizontally light, specific to this kind of lens only. Opting for polarised will mean your lenses reduce blinding glare, reflections and improve clarity and sharpness, and so are very popular with drivers and water sports lovers alike. They are suitable for anyone needing that extra performance in bright conditions and come in three colours at 85% density.
A guide to replacement sunglasses lenses
You may think it’s the end of the road for your damaged sunglasses lenses. Find out how you can keep your favourite designer frames by reglazing them with Lensology.
How to repair your scratched sunglasses lenses
It can be tempting to try and fix scratched lenses yourself, but you could end up causing more damage. Find out how to repair scratched sunglasses with the experts at Lensology.
How can I replace my Ray-Ban lenses?
It can be hard to find the perfect shades, so we know how frustrating it is to find that the lenses are damaged on your favourite Ray-Ban’s. Read our guide on how to replace them.
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