#1
Does anyone know how bad the scratches on B-Stock Ray Ban's normally are? I want a pair of aviators but im too cheap to buy an expensive pair. I found an authentic pair for 30 bucks on ebay, but it's b-stock.. So i'm just wondering how bad the factory defects normally are...
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#2
the lenses are usually fine, you'd mostly be looking at damage on the frames. Usually if it's sold as B stock it's still fully functional with only cosmetic damage.
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#3
Mmk... Thanks... I can deal with damage on the frames, the pictures didn't look too bad, it was only minor cosmetic damages... I think I may go with the green lenses so the scratches dont show up as much...
"The object of war is not to die for your country, it's to make the other bastard die for his" -General George S. Patton