About Repair Raybans
We have over 15 years’ experience in optical repairs with much of our work being Rayban repairs, fixing and restoring Rayban sunglasses, prescription spectacles & designer glasses and have carried out thousands of successful repairs during this time. Our skilled technicians take care and pride in their work and endeavour to repair every pair of Raybans and prescription spectacles on the day of receipt.
As a UK based company, with a UK based call centre and optical workshop, Repair Raybans have been doing precisely that for over fifteen years & have a long & successful track record in the repair and renovation of all brands of sunglasses as well as thousands of glasses repairs. Our technicians have been with us for many years, which gives us an advantage over other glasses repair centres, having guys who have seen just about every possible break to every model and style of Rayban sunglasses & know just how to fix it.
We keep our systems simple and our overheads low, enabling us to deliver the fastest and most cost effective repair to your Rayban sunglasses, with a 99% same-day turn around on all Rayban repairs and glasses repairs. We were one of the first repair specialists to offer an online service and have thousands of happy glasses repair and Rayban repair customers.
Obviously from time to time we are unable to repair Rayban sunglasses or prescription glasses and on these occasions the way forward could not be simpler. Repair Raybans will immediately, contact you to decide if you require an immediate return of your sunglasses, discuss the option to replace parts (at additional cost) should that be a viable course of action, or offer the option to recycle your broken Raybans and refund your payment.
Rayban recycling: In the rare event that your Rayban sunglasses can’t be repaired we can offer an environmentally friendly option to recycle them. Our Technicians will disassemble your old glasses and the parts will either be disposed of in an environmentally sound way or the parts may salvaged to be re-used, thereby helping someone else’s Raybans live on.