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    Nooooo! Don't give up! I believe you can change those lenses! lol, Or is this a different pair?
     
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    It is this pair. The XMetal frame had Gold installed when I bought it. Tried more than once to remove and switch in the Black lenses but didn't have the knowledge or the nerve!

    Thanks to advice from fellow members, including your good self, I was able to reunite the XMetal frame with the Black lens :)

    Thanks so much for your help.
     
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    Congrats on your success man!
     
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    Thanks! Now hopefully someone who they suit will take them!
     
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    I love the mars. I am having the same trouble. I can't put my new lenses in. Don't want to tear up my frames. How did you get the clip on?
     
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    Oh no, not again! lol Honestly, I just throw down a piece of Kleenex over the frame so the pliers don't contact/scratch the bottom of the orbital. Then I'm extra aware of where the pliers are contacting so they don't scratch the frame as they are closing the clip. Also, don't overtightened the clip. Close it a bit, if it is on well and the lenses are in tight no need to keep closing it. Leaving a small gap between the halves of the peg makes removing the clips MUCH easier down the road (I'm sure others will have a different opinion on all this but this is just what I do personally)... Just my $.02, Happy Halloween! :assassin:
     
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    Good advice. And you can see I left a tiny sliver of gap between the two halves of the peg, in the picture of me wearing them.
     
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