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Lense split exactly at center along the indent where the nose bridge is. Can this be replaced or repaired? What cost?

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Did you buy these glasses recently and still have the bill? Was there a warranty? How did you get them damaged? Did you buy them at an optician? In this case bring them there and try to make a complaint. According to my experience a damage like that cannot be repaired, but if the damage has not been caused by impact like somebody stepping or sitting on them, and the glasses are quite new you may succeed in getting them replaced. Wish you all the best!

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