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  1. steveocubed

    steveocubed Oakley Enthusiast

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    Hey guys,

    Do you know if it's possible to swap lenses on deviations? If so, how? Thanks in advance.

    Best,

    Steve
     
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  2. Rustpot

    Rustpot M Frame Lover Premium Member

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    I also need to know this.

    Since Oakley sells the lenses I suspect so. My best guess is loosening the temple/hinge screw allows a small gap to form in the orbital. If you look on the inside where the stem connects there appears to be a parting line, but I haven't tried anything to these yet.
     
  3. atrain

    atrain O-Forums Boss of Bosses

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    I have never tried but there was a member on here that put Fire lenses in his Rossi so I know its possible.
     
  4. OakleyGuru379

    OakleyGuru379 What is that thing?!

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    Yes, there are screws on both orbitals that can be removed to swap the lenses out. But they are tiny, so take care not to strip or lose anything.
     
  5. oooverdrive

    oooverdrive Oakley Beginner

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    yes, it's possible to replace lenses on the deviation just like most of the metal frames of oakley. you may even place a prescription lens. there is a screw which you can loosen, just like most metal frames. the screw is so small that if you drop it, you'll spend a lot of time looking for it. so when unscrewing, place the frame on top of a table.
     
  6. steveocubed

    steveocubed Oakley Enthusiast

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    Does anyone know what kind of screwdriver you'd need for this kind of work?
     
  7. Juleye Exclusive Eyewear

    Juleye Exclusive Eyewear http://www.juleye.nl

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    Just a really small flat head screwdriver will work.
     
  8. The Game

    The Game Oakley Enthusiast

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    Philips not flat head
     
  9. demitri.prometheus

    demitri.prometheus Oakley Beginner

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    Just wondering if there's an exact size recommended for wire frames such as the Deviation? #00? #000?