How to tell if your Ray Bans are real or fake PART 1





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Published on Mar 17, 2011

I apologize for the shaky video, future videos will be of higher quality and recorded on a tripod. Also this video may not be completely accurate anymore. Counterfeiters have probably changed their methods within the last year or so, so just use this as a rough guide.

Discusses the differences between real and fake Ray Ban sunglasses and how to discern between the two.

Real Glasses:
-Metal rod in temple pieces
-Authentic Ray Ban logo on side that doesn't pop off
-Ray Ban logo on one frame that doesn't scratch off
-"RB" on opposite frame that has triangle on "R" and doesn't scratch off.
-Has letter (A,K,L,R...) before "CE"
-Paint on inside doesn't scratch off
-Case is good quality and not flimsy.
-Box has square bar code
-Sometime comes with product manual
-Cloth and warranty are of good quality materials

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