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Ray-Ban RB7025 Black is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst glasses I have ever owned. I love the matte black finish and thought they felt very durable since they are a really flexible kind of plastic and they look great but these are TERRIBLE glasses. -First issue: They seem to be non adjustable. I have had them adjusted (behind the ears) FIVE TIMES and every single time they end up just returning to the pre-adjusted state. -Second issue due to first: they are SO tight (even though I have the large size and im a woman and my head is not that big) the little rubberized feet leave HUGE deep painful imprints behind my ears. I can physically feel the little slots left by the little ridges in the rubber when I take them off even after like a hour of wear. -Third issue: the little rubberized pieces at the end of the arms aren't flush with the frame. They are added in to the molded plastic of the frame. So if you are holding them and run your thumb across the end of the arm that goes over your ear, there is a SHARP edge. One side is so bad that it has SLICED my skin open after a few weeks in these glasses. -Fourth issue: as mentioned in the 3rd issue. the litter rubberized pieces on the ends of the arms are added on and they don't sit completely flush with the rest of the arm so this creates little gaps between the frames and the rubber pieces....that my hair gets caught in every time I take them on and off. -FIFTH ISSUE- the little rubberized pieces at the end of the arms are just a terrible design all around but this is more a personal issue. I live in south Texas and its HOT here for most of the year. we have been in the triple digit heat for over a week now and this issue make its self known after spending an hour outside pouring sweat. I kept hearing this really weird noise every time I moved my head. I kept thinking it was something near me rustling around or something. NOPE it was the glasses making these disgusting noises (think of like stirring something wet and gloopy and thats the noise it was making) sliding around behind my ears because of the sweat and the stupid little rubber pieces. So these are getting returned and I would recommend to Ray Ban this design needs to go straight in the bin.
Date published: 2020-07-13
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    This is the approximate width of a standard size lens.

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    In front of a mirror or a webcam, at the centre of your nose. place one edge of the credit card Where does the other edge end?

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    A. If the edge of the credit card ends at the end of the eye, Standard Size is the correct fit for you.
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    C. If, instead, the credit card does not reach the end of the eye, you should go for a Large Size.

This guide explains how to choose the right size of sunglasses or eyeglasses by either measuring the lens or by looking at your current shades. It is correct for Ray-Ban Aviator sizes, Ray-Ban Wayfarer sizes, Ray-Ban Clubmaster sizes and all Ray-Ban models. For the majority of people, Standard Size will be correct. It’s very likely it’s going to be the correct size for you too. If this is your first pair of Ray-Ban, a rule of thumb to determine your correct size is the following.

Find Your Fit

  • Size-guide_credit-card
    1. Take a Credit Card

    This is the approximate width of a standard size lens.

  • Size-guide_mirror
    2. STAND IN FRONT OF THE MIRROR

    In front of a mirror or a webcam, at the centre of your nose. place one edge of the credit card Where does the other edge end?

  • Size-guide_face-guide
    3. NOTE IF IT TOUCHES THE END OF THE EYE

    A. If the edge of the credit card ends at the end of the eye, Standard Size is the correct fit for you.
    B. If it extends well beyond the end of the eye, you need the Small Size.
    C. If, instead, the credit card does not reach the end of the eye, you should go for a Large Size.

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