Can I replace Ray-Ban lenses myself?

Can I replace Ray-Ban lenses myself?

Yes! Whether your old lenses are scratched or damaged, or you just want to switch up the look of your shades with a new mirror color, it’s easy to refresh your Ray-Ban sunglasses and replace your lenses with Fuse Lenses.

How much does it cost to replace Ray-Ban prescription lenses?

Starting at $75 / pair.

How do you change lenses on Ray Ban glasses?


  1. Use your thumb, from the inside out, to remove the lens.
  2. Use the bottom rim to help pry the lens out.
  3. Once removed, clean the inside of the lens of any dirt.
  4. Place top of the lens in first.
  5. Squeeze the lens in, using a reverse technique with bottom rim seen in step 2.

Can I get prescription lenses put into my Ray-Ban sunglasses?

You can now customize your Ray-Ban sunglasses with corrective lenses printed with our logo. It is currently not possible to add prescription lenses to your Ray-Ban eyeglasses.

Can you replace lenses in glasses?

Typically, optical shops will replace the lenses for you if your frames are in good condition and the shape of the lenses isn’t too complicated. Other options include online retailers Lensabl and EyeglassX, which specialize in prescription lenses for existing glasses.

Can you replace sunglass lenses?

You can easily replace lenses in old frames. If you’ve got an old pair of sunglasses yourself, you can almost definitely repair and re-wear them. If the frames are damaged and beyond reviving, then you can choose to recycle them, but the truth is that most sunglasses don’t need to be thrown in the trash.

Do Ray-Bans have a lifetime guarantee?

Sadly, Ray-Ban doesn’t offer a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty for any of its products. All frames, lenses, and sunglasses come with a standard limited two-year guarantee. This warranty covers all items and their parts against damage or faults caused by workmanship mistakes and defects.