Ray Ban sunglasses are known for their durability and quality. However, they can occasionally need a little help to stay in shape. Here are some quick tips on how to tighten Ray Bans:
Check the screws. First, check the screws that hold the arms together. If they’re loosened or missing, replace them with new ones. This is especially important for smaller models such as aviators, which tend to have more frequent issues with loose screws.
Check the hinges. Next, look at the hinges that connect each lens to its frame. If there’s any looseness here, it can be corrected by tightening the hinge screws with a screwdriver or Allen wrench (depending on your model).
If all else fails… Finally, if none of these solutions works for you, there may be another problem with your glasses — like an actual crack or breakage in one of the lenses or frames! In this case, you’ll want to contact RayBan Customer Service directly (or any other reputable eyewear repair service) and see what they can do for you!
Last modified: September 6, 2022