I just received my Dior 2056 Sunnies....

saira1214

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that I bought off EBay, and they broke!!!!!!!! :crybaby:I can't believe that. The arms seem to be very short, and I have a small face. So I was messing around with the arms, but being gentle, and a tip of one of the arms broke off! I know they are vintage, but seriously. I am soooooo mad! I spent $275.00 on these and haven't even worn them yet. :tdown: Do you think I should say something to the seller? I think I will have a hard time because they are vintage. I can't imagine Dior's being so flimsy. Does anyone else own a pair? Are they that delicate? Are the arms supposed to be so short? Any help would be appreciated! TIA! :heart:
 

Lovely4

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Yes. Were the sunglasses shipped with Insurance. Please tell us, YES!!!
Tell the Seller Immediately. Good luck
 
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that I bought off EBay, and they broke!!!!!!!! :crybaby:I can't believe that. The arms seem to be very short, and I have a small face. So I was messing around with the arms, but being gentle, and a tip of one of the arms broke off! I know they are vintage, but seriously. I am soooooo mad! I spent $275.00 on these and haven't even worn them yet. :tdown: Do you think I should say something to the seller? I think I will have a hard time because they are vintage. I can't imagine Dior's being so flimsy. Does anyone else own a pair? Are they that delicate? Are the arms supposed to be so short? Any help would be appreciated! TIA! :heart:

The part I colored RED might be better suited for the Dior forum.

Your seller isn't in the wrong, IMO *based on the parts of your post that I bolded*. You did the damage to them, and you admitted it! I think if you opened a case with PayPal (assuming you used it) you might not win.
 

saira1214

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The part I colored RED might be better suited for the Dior forum.

Your seller isn't in the wrong, IMO *based on the parts of your post that I bolded*. You did the damage to them, and you admitted it! I think if you opened a case with PayPal (assuming you used it) you might not win.
Of course I did the damage to them...I am not trying to hide that. I am just awestruck that the glasses broke so easily. I find it quite ridiculous.
 
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Of course I did the damage to them...I am not trying to hide that. I am just awestruck that the glasses broke so easily. I find it quite ridiculous.

Yeah - that IS a real bummer. :crybaby:

All I meant was that if you don't have a nice seller, and you have to take it to a claim, it might be a gigantic waste of your time. I would e-mail the seller, see if *maybe* they'll be nice enough to give you some sort of a refund. If not, I would chalk it up to a loss.
 

BeBear

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I honestly don't think the seller has any responsibility in this because the item was all fine when you received it. I don't think it's right to even try to ask for a partial refund from the seller.
 
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I would just try to get them fixed. The fact that you broke them after getting them has nothing to do with your seller. Good luck!
 

ladyisobel

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Yes. Were the sunglasses shipped with Insurance. Please tell us, YES!!!
Tell the Seller Immediately. Good luck
what difference does it make if they were sent with insurance ? they arrived intact didn't they ?
i think the only thing you can do is try to have them fixed at an opticians or something .