Spares & Accessories

Need a nose pad or a spare part to get your sunglasses looking and fitting like new?

Sunglass Fix Accessories

Choose from our comprehensive spares and we’ll mail them to you for free.

Optical Screwdriver

Our multi-tool optical screwdriver has a flat head, phillips and two hex keys (2.2mm & 2.4mm). Perfect for tightening hinges and installing lenses in most sunglasses.

Optical Screw Set

Optical Screw Pack

With 6 screws in 3 standard sizes, you’re sure to find the one you need.

Microfiber Sunglass Pouch

Our high quality microfiber sunglass pouch is the perfect to clean the lenses and keep your sunglasses safe from scratches.

Replacement nose pads

How to order

Firstly, determine how your current nose pads mount to your sunglasses. It's best to remove your
current nose pads, this will allow you to determine the exact mounting style and measure their size.
Click on which mounting type you have and then you can see waht we have available.

Firstly, determine how your current nose pads mount to your sunglasses. It's best to remove your current nose pads, this will allow you to determine the exact mounting style and measure their size. Click on which mounting type you have and then you can see waht we have available.

Click to See All Push In Nose Pads

Push in nose pads

Push in nose pads attach to the glasses frame by a small rectangular opening on the nose stem.

Click to see all screw in nose pads

Screw in nose pads

Screw in nose pads attach to the glasses frame by a small screw.

Click to see all Clip on and Crimp nose pads

Clip on/crimp nose pads

A clip on or crimp on nose pads have two metal stems that wrap around the nose pad stem on the frame.

Click to See System 3 Nose Pads

System 3 nose pads

Push in nose pads attach to the glasses frame by a small rectangular opening on the nose stem.

Click to See Post Mount Nose Pads

Post-mount nose pads

Screw in nose pads attach to the glasses frame by a small screw.

Click to See Sugru Colous Avaialbe and Read More About Sugru

Sugru - ‘Make your own’

Sugru can be shaped into any rubber nose pad size.

How to install nose pads

Screw in nose pads

Screw-In nose pads are installed by unscrewing the small screw(usually 1mm) in the nose stem just enough to release the old nose pad. Please don't completely remove the screw as they are hard to find if you drop them.

Insert the new nose pad in the same direction as the original, pushing the nose pad tab through the stem receiver. Line up the hole in the nose pad receiver the best you can, then re-tighten the screw.

Push in nose pads

Push-In nose pads are installed by first removing the original nose pad. Most of the time this can be done by pulling on the nose pad while firmly holding the nose pad stem. It's important to get a firm grip on the stem as stems will bend or break off if too much pressure is applied to them. You can also use a toothpick or optical screwdriver to push the nose pad tab through the receiver.

Once removed, Insert the new nose pad into the receiver. Push firmly on the nose pad face while holding the back of the stem receiver. If it doesn't go all the way in, then get a set of pliers and cover the piler teeth with a cloth. Very gently squeeze the nose pad into the stem putting as little strain on the stem as possible.

Rubber moulded nose pads

Rubber Moulded nose pads are very similar to Push-in nose pads. There are many flavors of rubber moulded nose pads but most have a receiver on the frame that the rubber clips in to. You can firmly pull off the existing nose pad and push on the new nose pad on the same receivers. The biggest issues we find with rubber moulded nose pads is that there are so many designs on the market that are frame specific it's difficult to get replacements.

They are typically two choices:

First is to contact the manufacturer of the sunglasses directly and provide your model number and see if they have replacement nose pads. If it's a current model you might be able source nose pads from them.

Alternatively, Sunglass Fix has sourced a new product on the market called Sugru. We have been using it for about 4 years and it is a great alternative if you can't find an exact replacement from the manufacturer.

Sugru is similar to Play Dough. It is easily moulded into shape before it sets. You can mould it to your frames and put on your sunglasses to get a perfect fit to your nose. Once you are happy with the nose pads you let it sit for 24hrs and it secures itself to the frame and becomes a firm, long-lasting, non-smearing rubber nose pad.

How to install nose pads

Screw-In nose pads are installed by unscrewing the small screw(usually 1mm) in the nose stem just enough to release the old nose pad. Please don't completely remove the screw as they are hard to find if you drop them.

Insert the new nose pad in the same direction as the original, pushing the nose pad tab through the stem receiver. Line up the hole in the nose pad receiver the best you can, then re-tighten the screw.

Push-In nose pads are installed by first removing the original nose pad. Most of the time this can be done by pulling on the nose pad while firmly holding the nose pad stem. It's important to get a firm grip on the stem as stems will bend or break off if too much pressure is applied to them. You can also use a toothpick or optical screwdriver to push the nose pad tab through the receiver.

Once removed, Insert the new nose pad into the receiver. Push firmly on the nose pad face while holding the back of the stem receiver. If it doesn't go all the way in, then get a set of pliers and cover the piler teeth with a cloth. Very gently squeeze the nose pad into the stem putting as little strain on the stem as possible.

Rubber Moulded nose pads are very similar to Push-in nose pads. There are many flavors of rubber moulded nose pads but most have a receiver on the frame that the rubber clips in to. You can firmly pull off the existing nose pad and push on the new nose pad on the same receivers. The biggest issues we find with rubber moulded nose pads is that there are so many designs on the market that are frame specific it's difficult to get replacements.

They are typically two choices:

First is to contact the manufacturer of the sunglasses directly and provide your model number and see if they have replacement nose pads. If it's a current model you might be able source nose pads from them.

Alternatively, Sunglass Fix has sourced a new product on the market called Sugru. We have been using it for about 4 years and it is a great alternative if you can't find an exact replacement from the manufacturer.

Sugru is similar to Play Dough. It is easily moulded into shape before it sets. You can mould it to your frames and put on your sunglasses to get a perfect fit to your nose. Once you are happy with the nose pads you let it sit for 24hrs and it secures itself to the frame and becomes a firm, long-lasting, non-smearing rubber nose pad.

We are here to help

We have extensive list of common questions and answers if you need further guidance,
alternatively please feel free to contact us if you have any problems or can not find what you are looking for.

We have extensive list of common questions and answers if you need further guidance, alternatively please feel free to contact us if you have any problems or can not find what you are looking for.