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Ray-Ban 5206 Progressive No-Lines

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$253
Select Lens Type
  • Single Vision Full Frame $213
  • Bifocal $233
  • Bifocal Reading Sunglasses $243
  • Progressive No-Lines $253
  • Progressive No Line Reading Sunglasses $263
  • Computer Style Progressive $268
Color: Black
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  • Non-glare Coating: $29
  • Non-glare w/ blue light filter: $35
  • Photochromic Grey: $49
  • Photochromic Brown: $49
  • None: $0
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How do progressive
lenses work?

Ray-Ban, the most recognizable name in eyewear. This iconic collection includes classic shapes with genuine and authentic style. Rock star famous and legendary cool. Make it your own.

 Your New "No Line" Lenses, also known as Progressive Lenses, will provide a clear, comfortable close up vision, without a line of sight.

The Upper portions of your lenses are clear. As you lower your eyes, the magnification increases gradually allowing you to see better at different close up distances.

CR39 Optical resin. 1.50 index of refraction.
  • Prescription Quality
  • Companion case included
  • Micro-fiber cleaning cloth included with each order.

Frame:

  • Optical grade plastic
  • Spring hinges

Lenses:

  • Lightweight optical quality plastic
  • Distortion free
  • Thin profile
  • Scratch resistant coating

Optional lens upgrades

California prop 65 warning:

Size and fit

Fits and looks best on faces that are Average-Wide in width.

Frames front view
Frame Width 135mm - 5 1/4 inNose Bridge18mm - 3/4 inHorizontial Lens 52mm - 2 1/8 in
Frames side view
Temple Arm 140mm - 5 1/2 inVertical Lens 29mm - 1 1/8 in

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Reviews

Rating of this product is 3.25 out of 5
3.25

Based on 4 reviews
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    5
    Verified
    Annonymous Florida July 02, 2015

    Many compliments from fellow nurses!

    These glasses are perfect for me. The reader Bifocal feature is perfect for my job as a nurse. I never have to take them off and my co-workers have asked where I got them because they look very professional and stylish. These glasses do not fall off my face. I purchased this design specifically based on the recommendation that they fit average to wide faces. Very well constructed and quality Ray-Bans, as usual.
  • Rating of this product is 2 out of 5
    2
    H Lisa Jones Selinsgrove July 08, 2013

    to wide

    These glasses fall off my face, they are definitely suited for men. This is the only pair I've gotten that are so big (I've gotten many glasses from this company) they are constantly moving and you can't bend over without them falling. So I'm very disappointed.
  • Rating of this product is 5 out of 5
    5
    Lucia Bailey St Petersburg Fl April 27, 2013

    Very nice...

    How surprise I was when I get! Perfect....Fast and well done......I recommend it..
  • Rating of this product is 1 out of 5
    1
    Anonymous April 30, 2013

    Not plain glass

    My vision is fine, except that I need readers. Hence my purchase of glasses advertised as plain glass with readers below --- no-line bifocals. I get so tired of the constant ON/OFF of readers that I just wanted some glasses. If it was not for the notice enclosed that said "Try for 2 weeks" these would have gone back immediately. My regular vision is definitely distorted wearing these. The readers-needing-vision is just OK. I have readers/plain glass sunglasses that have NO distortion of regular vision. BEWARE. These are NOT what you think. They also were too big for my average-sized face and slide off. Not sure why I am keeping them, frankly.

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