02 Sep

Something About Ray Ban Polarized Lenses

Posted by Kristina on

I received an email from one of our customers asking me if Ray Ban RB8302 sunglasses come with lenses that have Anti-reflective and Hydro-oleophobic coatings. That was a question I have never had before and I started researching it.

At first I made a mistake and told him that these coatings were not included with the lenses because that information is not in the catalogue. However, I made a huge mistake. Ray Ban, actually came out with a new Tech sunglasses collection. Currently, they have 4 models of sunglasses: RB8301, RB8302, RB8303 and RB8304. They come with new Carbon Fiber frame material which is very lightweight, strong and flexible. The lenses in these models come with anti-reflective and hydro-oleophobic coatings. Hydro-oleophobic coating means that lenses are permanently protected against water and fingerprints marks. Water will simply slide of the lenses. Â

When it comes to Ray Ban prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses, you can order AR coating as an additional coating because it is not included with any lenses by default.


One Response to Something About Ray Ban Polarized Lenses

  1. Daniel da Silva

    I have bought a Ray Ban RB8301 tech 3P plus. It has just arrived and there might be a problem with this sunglasses. When holding the sunglasses with the lenses facing away and the earpieces pointing to you, there’s a strong blue reflex. When wearing it, depending on the sunlight position, I don’t know why but when sunlight comes from your back this reflex appears and as a result I got a strong headache minutes later. Even when driving there are some flashing blue reflex.

    Is this blue reflex right? or there’s a quality problem with this lenses? Have you ever heard about that before?

    Best regards,


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