We offer a range of sunglasses for men and women from Ray-Ban and Oakley — at unbeatable prices.
AlphaSunglasses, based in South Cheshire, is a fully authorised and certified retailer of Ray-Ban and Oakley sunglasses. We are able to offer our customers reduced prices against MSRP thanks to our close ties with our sister company — one of the UK's leading UK glasses repairers — AlphaOmega Frame Repairs.
Delivery on all sunglasses is free within the UK — orders are sent via Royal Mail's Special Delivery service. We also offer free returns.
Our products are covered by full manufacturer warranties. In addition to this we also include our unique AlphaSunglasses unconditional accidental damage cover offer which is valid for six months from purchase.
Ray-Ban is a global leader in quality sunglasses and is quite possibly the best-known and most iconic sunglasses brand in the world. With a reputation for superb design they offer unbeatable performance and unmistakable sophistication.
Oakley has a worldwide reputation for cutting-edge optics technology and high-performance frames with a huge range of sunglasses and goggles that are the eyewear of choice in the sports world, notably for skiing, cycling and golfing.
All sunglasses shown as held in stock will be dispatched same working day, for orders placed by 3pm.
Oakley Prizm lenses have made a huge impact in the sports world. Already famous for its performance eyewear Oakley claims to break new ground with its revolutionary Prizm lens technology. Prizm lenses emphasise colours at specific wavelengths thus raising contrast levels and improving depth perception. We look at some of the claims.
Oakley Turbines are active sports sunglasses inspired by the best-selling Oakley Hijinx model. The wrapped frame provides excellent side protection while cam hinges add to the durability of the ultra-lightweight frame. Oakley Turbines are sporty sunglasses for the action wearer looking to combine clean lines with performance.
Light travels in waves just like those on the seashore but, unlike the sea, vibrate in all directions. However, when light bounces off large flat surfaces most of the waves bend in one direction, from side to side. The result is bright glare that can ruin the view. Polarised lenses give clearer vision, especially in bright sunlight.