How do I care for my Danielle Rattray Glasses?
Danielle Rattray eyewear is designed to be robust, durable and to provide superior comfort. Always keep the lenses free from dirt, debris and contact with rough surfaces. We recommend that you frequently clean your sunglasses by rinsing with warm soapy water to remove dust and dirt, and using the microfibre bag or soft lint-free material to dry. Avoid all types of solvents and alcohol when cleaning. Following these steps will minimise any damage or alteration to the lens characteristics.
When not in use, store your eyewear inside the microfibre bag and/or hardcase provided in a dry place out of direct sunlight.
Wear & Tear
The high quality Italian acetate used in Danielle Rattray eyewear can be modified and shaped to fit your size and use. If your Danielle Rattray eyewear become out of shape over time, you can take them to your local optometrist for adjustment.
If the hinge screws loosen over time, these can and should be tightened.
Danielle Rattray is not liable for any damage incurred through the course of normal wear and tear.
All Danielle Rattray lenses provide 100% UVA and UVB protection. The lens category number between 0-4 is indicated on the packaging and can be found next to the barcode. For recommended use please see the following:
CATEGORY 0 Lightweight sunglasses providing very limited sunlight reduction for indoor and cloudy weather use
CATEGORY 1 Lightweight sunglasses providing limited sunlight reduction for low brightness days.
CATEGORY 2 Sunglasses for general use providing good sunlight protection for medium brightness days.
CATEGORY 3 Sunglasses for general use providing high protection from sunlight on bright light days.
CATEGORY 4 Very dark sunglasses for special applications providing very high sunlight protection in extreme bright light.
Danielle Rattray Category 2 lenses are NOT suitable for:
• driving in twilight or at night
• direct observation of the sun
• use as eye protection against mechanical impact hazard
Our sunglasses comply with European Directive 89/686/EEC in accordance with Standard EN ISO 12312-1:2013+A1:2015