Frames Spot on Amazon is a store selling sunglasses, eyeglasses, watches, jewelry, and more. Click the blue link above to check out what deals and promotions they are currently offering in watches and timepieces. At the moment, they do have a Save 20% Off of Select Items promotion.
Frames Spot has earned about 3,300 positive feedback ratings, with a current 98% positive overall score. Frames Spot is also rated as a #1 Best Seller in many of the categories that they sell on Amazon. This basically means that they offer both a competitive price, as well as a history of customer satisfaction in those categories.
Frames Spot mainly sells sunglasses, eyeglasses, watches, jewelry, and more. They sell name brands like Celine, Gucci, Tom Ford, kate spade new york, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Carrera, Swarovski, BOSS HUGO BOSS, Polo Ralph Lauren, Polaroid, Jimmy Choo, Tommy Hilfiger, BURBERRY, Jack Spade, Calvin Klein, Kenneth Cole, Max Mara, Nike, Nautica, and others.
This is one of those Amazon stores to visit when you want the retail experience. If you’ve been to a high end watch shop lately, or even any mall in general, you should be familiar with the brands and styles that they carry.
Items like Kate Spade Women’s Lulu Gradient Rectangle Sunglasses, Tom Ford Miranda FT0130 Sunglasses, Carrera CA89S Aviator Sunglasses, Jimmy Choo Baba Sunglasses, etc.
Frames Spot sells brand new merchandise, and does offer a 100% Authentic guarantee, as well as a 100% money back guarantee.
When you sell name brand watches, etc., especially at a discount, a popular question is always going to be if the items are authentic, fake, or knock-offs. To answer that question…
Click the link above, and let’s take a closer look at their recent feedback history. Amazon buyers have a really good way of weeding out the good sellers from the bad. If an item even SLIGHTLY looks like it might be a counterfeit or knock-off, they will leave you bad feedback. And any and all flaws will usually be reflected in a seller’s feedback. With that being said, over the past 12 months, Frames Spot has received about 500 positive feedback ratings, compared to just 5% negative feedback comments. With that sort of lop-sided ratio, it definitely appears as though Frames Spot is an honestly run business, selling authentic merchandise.
All items are guaranteed to be 100% authentic, and come with all the manufacturer paper work, in their original authentic boxes as provided by the manufacturers.
There isn’t too much information available online about Frames Spot – other than their Amazon feedback profile.
Usually this is because either they are a well known company selling on Amazon using a different name, or they are a small mom and pop operation, without a registered business name. Not an issue either way, just something to point out when there is a lack of available information regarding the seller.
Some More Thoughts
If you do a google search for Frames Spot, you’ll find some people asking if Frames Spot is legit.
How can you really tell? Let’s take a quick look.
The first place to start is obviously their feedback. As I mentioned, if they sell fakes or counterfeits, the feedback will usually expose them. Since they have a current lifetime feedback score of 3,240 positive ratings on Amazon, with a 2% defect rate, I’d say they’re a safe bet.
The second place is to look at pricing. You’ll find a varying range of prices online. A pair of Ray-Ban RB2132 New Wayfarer sunglasses will range anywhere from about $110 to $135, depending on where you shop. Some price variance is normal – each seller decides on how much profit they’d like to make per sale. If you see something that is well below the average price, say $75 for these Wayfarer shades – you’re probably dealing with a fake.
Regardless of where you purchase your sunglasses, ultimately you’ll have to get them in your hands to really tell. Here are a few things to look for.
Each brand continually makes minor changes to their products to stay a step ahead of counterfeiters. This level of protection not only helps you in spotting authentic merchandise, it also makes it more expensive for knock-offs to be produced.
With Ray-Ban for instance, you’ll find several of these features prominently on the lenses, and the frame itself.
The lenses now come with a “RB” etched directly on the frames, like this:
The model number and sizing information will be on the left side of the frame, like this:
And those numbers should match up with the numbers on the box, like this:
The nose pads, will also be marked with “RB”, like this:
These are way to tell an authentic pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses from a fake set. As mentioned above, each brand will have their own set of brand-specific markings. Take a moment to see that they are all there, and all numbers are matching.
Finally, take a look at the package. Is the box sturdy or flimsy and cheaply made? Are the labels firmly affixed, or peeling off?
Did the package come with a soft cleaning cloth? If not, you probably have a fake in your hands.
Having sold online for about 20 years now, I have noticed one thing that online buyers have in common: Everyone buying online is an “expert”. I have been accused myself of selling inauthentic merchandise, when in fact that product was being drop-shipped directly from the manufacturer, and could not be more authentic. If you are hard set on finding a fake, you will find it – even when the item is real.
So if you really can’t tell, just take the pair of sunglasses to your local shop selling eye wear. They will be able to quickly confirm the authenticity.
Frames Spot does offer a 30-day hassle free return policy for purchases from their Amazon store. No need to email back for a return authorization, or deal with with annoying emails back and forth. You just click on return, and send it back. And having a month to do so is quite convenient.
Have you shopped at this store before? If you have, leave a comment below and share your experience.