Replacing the lenses in your Oakley Juliet sunglasses for customised colour lenses is a relatively simple task. The Oakley Juliet sunglasses come with the X Metal Oakley frame. Lenses for the Oakley Juliet feature a coating that thwarts sweat, rain and other build-up on the lenses. Oakley offers a wide range of lens tints for the Juliet. Whether you want lenses for extremely bright light or just for medium light, Oakley Juliet lenses require just a few steps to replace.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- T6 screwdriver
Place your Oakley Juliet sunglasses on a flat surface in a well-lit room. Locate the screws just below the orbitals on the sunglasses. The screws will be on the inside of the sunglasses underneath the lenses on the frame.
Remove the screws with the T6 screwdriver. Take care not to scratch the lenses or frame while removing the screws.
Remove the rubber washers once the screws are removed. Often the washers will come out with the screws, but occasionally they stick. Carefully pry them out with the T6 screwdriver if necessary. Place both the screws and washers in a secure place.
Pull the frame of one lens side apart slightly. Push the lens out from the back through the front of the sunglasses. Place the lens on a soft surface where it won't be scratched. Repeat for the other side of the sunglasses.
Place one of the replacement lenses on the correct side of the sunglasses and align it with the lens groove on the sunglasses. Slide the outer tab of the lens into the frame from the front of the sunglasses. The lens will snap into place. Replace the other lens in the same way.
Replace the rubber washers and screws in both sides of the sunglasses under the orbital.
Tips and warnings
- The T6 screwdriver can be found at any home improvement store.
- Replacement lenses can be found on Oakley's website. (See resources below for replacement lenses.)
- Lenses may scratch on hard surfaces. Take care not to scratch the lenses during replacement.
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