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You can now engrave emojis on to Ray-Ban sunglasses

You might have thought by 2016 we'd be living on the moon or flying around with jetpacks. But now we just have to accept that those milestones are not happening anytime soon, and be happy with the news that you can customise your Ray-Ban sunglasses.

There are more than 250.000 customisation combinations, including model type, lens choices, colourways, case and engraving options, with 17 of Ray-Ban’s most iconic styles up for modification.
 
Whether you prefer pastel block colours to keep it fresh or the chic of classic tortoiseshell, there are 250 colour variations and over 90 lens options to choose from.
 
You can also engrave your case with up to 36 characters over two lines, as well as 10 characters to play with when engraving the inside and outside of the sunglasses’ temples too, available in 3 different font styles and multiple languages...and emojis:♥☺☼♫♪
 

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