Tom Ford Lenses & Frames
All Tom Ford sunglasses are produced in Italy manufactured under license by the Italian based Marcolin group. Each pair of Tom Ford sunglasses has the 'Made in Italy' sign printed on the inner arm along with 'CE' logo, which shows that the sunglasses have been produced in accordance with European Safety standards.
Tom Ford Sunglasses meet the Australian and New Zealand standard 1067:2003 category 3 Sunglasses offer high sun glare reduction and good UV protection, and category 2 Sunglasses offer medium sun glare reduction and good UV protection. Tom Ford sunglasses are known globally as a symbol of high-end glamour, luxury and status.
Nylon (Polyamide) lenses are produced through injection moulding and they are directly coloured in the moulding mass or in a second moment with uniform or shadowed colours.
Here are the advantages of this material:
- It has class 1 optical quality
- It offers excellent protection against UV radiations
- It undergoes an anti-scratch treatment
- It is shock resistant
- It offers better resistance to cracking under stress.
It is also called hard resin or organic glass. CR 39 has been used in the optical field since the Fifties and represents a valid alternative to glass to obtain good quality sunglass lenses. CR 39 is the name of the initial liquid compound that is catalysed with peroxide and injected in glass moulds. After a twenty-hour thermal cycle lenses can be extracted: they will be graduated or afocal depending on the internal curvature of the moulds.
Why using CR 39 lenses?
- They offer good protection from UV radiation.
- They have a high impact resistance in comparison with other plastics CR 39 is much more non-scratch even without a non-scratch surface treatment.
- They are lightweight: thickness being equal, their weight is half the weight of glass lenses.
- They assure minimum chromatic aberration.
Cellulose acetate is one of the most versatile of all plastic frame materials and the most commonly used.It is obtained from cotton flock s and wood pulp, and it can have a great variety of colours, with either a single colour or multiple colours. This material is very adaptable, has a wide range of colours and great for variety of shapes and surface finish. It is durable and hypoallergenic.
This type of frame is produced by injecting the liquid form of plastic into a very precise mould. Injected frames allows for a more contoured fit on the face and bridge. They are thinner and lighter to wear. This process allows the ability to replicate intricate patterns.
Monel Metal & Titanium
This is the most widely used metal in high quality manufacturing of sunglasses. Other metals can include Titanium, Stainless Steel and Flexon. Monel metal is a mixture of any of a broad range of metals such as nickel, copper and iron. This metal keeps strength when shaped and is corrosion and stress resistant.
Tom Ford Accessories
All Tom Ford sunglasses come with a case and Micro Fibre cleaning cloth.
*Case may vary with sunglasses
Tom Ford Warranty
Manufacturers warranties come with all items we sell. The details of the warranty period are usually detailed on the swing tag or the instructions booklet.
Tom Ford Sunglasses are guaranteed against defects in workmanship and materials for 12 months from date of purchase. Your Tom Ford warranty is only valid with a proof of purchase from an authorised dealer. The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, scratched or broken lenses, lost screws, fading or peeling of frames, or nose piece and frame deterioration. Any alterations to the sunglasses will void your warranty. The manufacturer reserves the right to repair or replace, in part or in full, sunglasses returned for warranty or repair. Warranty claims and other repairs are at the complete discretion of the manufacturer.
How to make a warranty claim or have your sunglasses repaired:
Option 1: Take them to your nearest stockist; and they will be able to assist you in sending them back;
Option 2: Return the item to the manufacturer yourself;
Option 3: Post back to us with our Repair and Warranty claim form. We will forward them to the manufacturer on your behalf (postage charges apply). Please complete the form and attach to your return. Package your sunglasses (inside their protective case) in a sturdy box with padding.
- Glasses should be kept in their protective pouch when not being worn.
- Important: to validate your warranty please present to the retailer your receipt for proof of purchase.
- If the problem is minor, such as a missing screw, you can see your local stockist or optometrist; they should be able to help you with this problem!