New D&G sunglasses are packaged in a branded retail box. Check that the logo and font exactly match an official one used. Older models may vary in colour and style.
The retail box label details manufacturer information and a barcode. Check, where applicable, these details match the same details located on your sunglasses.
New D&G sunglasses are accompanied by a D&G guarantee booklet.
New D&G sunglasses are accompanied by a D&G guarantee card. The card features space for details about the sunglasses and retailer.
New D&G sunglasses are packaged in a branded carry case. Check that the logo is consistent with the official logo, especially letter shape, and that the debossed edges are clean and sharp.
The inside right temple arm of D&G sunglasses feature the D&G name, followed by Made in Italy and the letters CE representing European Conformity. Check for any errors in spacing or alignment.
The inside of the left arm of D&G sunglasses feature the model number, followed by lens and frame measurements. Check that these details match those on the box label or paperwork.
New D&G sunglasses feature a serial number etched into the right lens. Older sunglasses may not feature this mark.
Often new styles of D&G sunglasses feature a metal logo on the temple tip. The finish of the letters should be sharp, and it will be fixed to the arm cleanly with no signs of glue or gaps.
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