Bausch & Lomb Ray Ban Artists Ambermatic Aviator Sunglasses 1960's
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Description: -RARE Ray-Ban Ambermatic Aviator Sunglasses by B&L -Really rare version -Original Vintage Sunglasses by B&L, U.S.A. -RARE original Double Gradient Lenses B&L -Original lenses thick 2,2 mm -Very hard to find -Excellent condition -Made in U.S.A. -Original case -RARE model -1 in Stock
Vintage Ray-Ban Ambermatic aviator sunglasses 1960's were one of the most significant innovations in optical lens technology ever created, and even today there are no equals in how vintage Ray-Ban Ambermatic lenses change properties to provide optimal eye protection in a variety of light conditions. The B&L Ray-Ban Ambermatic lens has photochromatic properties that change density depending on the degree of both brightness and temperature, properties infused into the glass and not a coating that will wear out or wear off over time. Taking its name from the color of the lens, Ray-Ban Ambermatic sunglasses change from amber yellow to gray and darker and denser in bright light conditions and in colder temperatures. The unisex Ray-Ban 58mm aviator frame measures approximately 135mm temple to temple with 58mm Ambermatic mineral glass lenses measuring approximately 58mm x 50mm at the widest points The top of the nose bridge is impressed B&L Ray-Ban USA while the bottom of the bridge is impressed B&L Ray-Ban 58  These rare Ray-Ban 58mm Ambermatic aviator sunglasses were produced c 1960s-early pre-dating the introduction of the Ray-Ban logo laser etched on the right lens but with the left lens laser etched BL at the top.
This model is only 199 due to a very small nick to the upper right lens.
Ray-Ban invented the pilot glasses and the Wayfarer-design. Countless movies have made Ray-Ban sunglasses like the “Wayfarer” immortal. The US brand sponsors selected sports events with special editions of its classic sunglasses. Our stock of glasses only includes the old Ray-Ban originals from Bausch & Lomb, USA.