Ray-Ban Sunglasses Recalled Over Fears Of Shattering Lenses
A recall has been issued on a type of Ray-Ban sunglasses due to weak lenses, with fears shards of glass could cause eye damage.
The brown tortoiseshell sunglasses are sold nationwide at Big W stores and Big W Optical stores.
The recall was issued over fears the lenses may break and shards could cause eye damage.
"Some non-prescription lenses may not be strong or robust enough and may crack or break under pressure or there may be a variation between the left lens and the right lens," the ACCC said in a statement.
The recall does not apply to prescription lenses.
The product, which has the style number RB4175 written on the left arm, were sold between November 1, 2016 and January 31, 2019.