New Persol sunglasses are packaged in a branded retail box. Check that the logo and font matches one used officially by Persol. Older models may vary in coluor and style.
New Persol sunglasses are accompanied by a Persol guarantee certificate. The outside features a embossed Persol logo, whilst inside features space for details about the sunglasses and retailer.
Persol sunglasses are accompanied by a dust cloth featuring the Persol logo. Check that the logo is consistent with the official ones used in every detail especially letter shape.
New Persol sunglasses are accompanied by a case that features the Persol logo. Check that the logo is consistent with the official ones used in every detail, and that the stitching is immaculate.
The most distinguishable feature on Persol sunglasses is the Persol arrow. It is made of metal and is expertly crafted into the glasses. It should be flat to the frame with a straight, clean edge.
Most new Persol sunglasses have the Persol logo etched into the top corner of the right lens. If featured, check that the etching is clean.
The inside right temple arm of Persol sunglasses feature the Persol logo, followed by 'Hand Made in Italy' and then the letters CE signifying European Conformity.
The inside left temple arm of new Persol sunglasses detail the model code which is 3 or 4 numbers followed by a letter. Also featured is the size information which is two separated numbers.
Persol sunglasses feature their patented 'Meflecto' flexible stem system designed to maximise comfort. Identifiable by two metal strips on the arm that carry round to the top and sides of the arm.
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