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My lens on my brand new glasses are not the same color

I recently bought a pair of sunglasses from Berts SUrf Shop and the lens are not the same color one of the lens is darker than the other. How can I get them replaced?

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If under warranty and you have receipt, it should be ok for replacement/repair. Without that the retailer can make life a bit difficult. P O purchase is very important.

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Glass is the hardest material, and the most scratch-resistant. Glass is the most durable, and longest-lasting sunglass lens material. However, it is not scratch proof. Sand can scratch glass, but it requires serious effort or trauma to scratch glass lenses.
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The danger of shattering was once one of the major disadvantages of glass lenses. However, all glass lenses pass the "Drop Ball Test" for impact resistance - the same test that is administered to polycarbonate and CR-39 lenses. When today's polarized lenses tend to break in a similar pattern as a car windshield. The broken pieces of glass mostly stick to the polarizing film that is inside the lens.
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