Oakley Juliets remain a firm favourite among collectors of sunglasses despite having been discontinued for many years. Replacing scratched or damaged Juliet lenses can be a problem. AlphaOmega has the answer with its Oakley Juliet lens replacement service. We now stock replacement lenses for Oakley Juliets to meet the demand.
Juliet frames were launched in 1999 when Oakley X-Metal designs were taking the market by storm. The titanium alloy used in frame manufacture made them super strong for their weight, and they became the most popular and sought-after of the Oakley X-Metal series.
In the following years, Oakley released a variety of colour options but ceased manufacture in 2012. Despite this, Juliets have remained hugely popular and are highly valued today. Key features of the Juliet sunglasses are the iconic O ellipsis symbol that appears when the glasses are folded, and the unique ear stems that feature a unique 'hammer' shape.
Replacement Juliet lenses are relatively easy to fit but are still best done by a professional as the original frames are now super valuable as collectors' items. AlphaOmega will replace Oakley Juliet lenses for an all-inclusive £50 with a free frame clean and polish to ensure your precious Oakley Juliets look as good as new.
And AlphaOmega can fix flex problems with Oakley Juliet nose bridges and give the bridge back its original flex. Remember, all lens repairs by AlphaOmega come with a 12-month unconditional warranty.
Use our ENQUIRE ONLINE page to tell us what you need for your Oakley sunglasses repair.
Our fast turnaround service means your broken glasses or sunglasses can be back with you in days, looking good as new and with no hidden charges. Most repairs are made within one working day.
We have repaired glasses from Switzerland, Malta, Spain – even Australia with stories of spectacles crushed by cars, chewed by pets, and written off as 'unrepairable' by professional opticians.
The team at AlphaOmega pride themselves on first class workmanship and a fast turnaround on all types of glasses repair using specialist tools and high-tech laser welding equipment.