Stay in the moment with a true fashion icon
Shiny Black frames with G-15 green classic lenses. The latest in wearable tech with the original Ray-Ban lens.
Try Classic Ray-Ban lenses with a uniform tint for consistent shade and a timeless aesthetic.
- A sun lens for outdoor use
- 100% UVA and UVB protection
- Both standard and large sizes available
Capture the world the way you see it
Share your stories
Listen without missing out
Control at your fingertips
Just say "Hey Facebook"
Stay charged for your next adventure
Frequently asked questions
How can I control my privacy in Facebook View?
You can update and control your privacy settings in the Facebook View app.
To view and manage your settings:
1. From Facebook View, tap on your profile photo in the top right.
2. Tap privacy settings.
Bear in mind that you're in control of when your device takes photos and videos. Your glasses require you to push a button or give a voice command. You can also turn your glasses off by sliding the power switch all the way to the left. Your glasses cannot take photos or record video while they are off.
Learn more about how we protect your privacy and security.
How do I know when someone is recording a video or taking a picture with Ray-Ban Stories?
When someone takes a picture or records video with their glasses using the physical button or voice command, an external capture LED light turns on. This signals to others that the glasses are in use.
How do I set up my Ray-Ban Stories?
Download the Facebook View app from your app store and log in using your Facebook account.
Turn on the Bluetooth setting on your phone.
Start by turning on your glasses. Slide and hold the power switch towards the lens until the notification LED starts blinking white, then release it. The notification LED blinks white while your glasses turn on, which can take up to a minute. When the notification LED turns solid green, you're ready to continue. (If you can't complete this step, continue to 3b, otherwise move on to step 4)
Your glasses should arrive partially charged. However, you may need to charge your glasses before moving on to step 4. Place them inside the charging case and connect the case to a power source.
Put your glasses into Bluetooth pairing mode. Slide and hold the power switch for five seconds and release when the light blinks blue. Your glasses will appear in the app when they're in pairing mode, which can take up to ten seconds.
Continue following the instructions in the Facebook View app to finish setting up your glasses.
Enjoy exploring your world in a new way with Ray-Ban Stories
For illustrated setup instructions, please refer to the Facebook View app.
What's included with my Ray-Ban Stories glasses?
Your Ray-Ban Stories comes with the following accessories and user manuals:
Type-C to Type-C USB charging cable
Soft glasses pouch
Safety & warranty guide
How do I turn my glasses on and off?
The power ON/OFF switch is located on the left inner arm of the glasses, near the hinge.
To turn ON: Slide and hold the power switch towards the lens until the notification LED starts blinking white, then release it. The white LED will blink while your glasses turn on. When it turns solid green, you're ready to continue.
To turn OFF: Slide the power switch all the way to the left. There is no LED or sound to signal that the glasses have turned off.
How do I download the Facebook View app?
You can download the Ray-Ban Stories companion app, Facebook View, from the Apple App or Google Play stores.
The app is only available to download in supported countries.
How do I pair my glasses using Bluetooth?
If you've paired your phone and glasses before, they should automatically pair again. To pair them for the first time, follow these setup instructions.
If your glasses aren't connecting to the app, follow the in-app suggestions or manually try the following actions:
Forget device in your phone's Bluetooth menu and pair them again
Close and relaunch the Facebook View app
Download the latest version of the app from your app store
Make sure that your glasses are sufficiently charged
Force restart the device
How do the audio controls work?
Use the touchpad on the right-side temple of your glasses to control playback and volume:
Tap once to pause/resume playback
Double-tap to skip forward
Triple-tap to skip back
Swipe forwards to turn the volume up
Swipe back to turn the volume down
When you close your glasses, audio streaming will pause. When you reopen the glasses, they will reconnect via Bluetooth.
How do I take a picture or video using Ray-Ban Stories?
There are two ways to take photos and videos with your Ray-Ban Stories:
To take a photo, press and hold the capture button. The white notification LED will blink and make a sound during the capture.
To record a video, press the capture button once to record a 30-second video. Press again to stop recording. The white notification LED will stay on while you're recording.
Hands-free voice command
When Facebook Assistant is wake word enabled, you can use your voice to take a photo or video. Say "Hey Facebook, take a photo" or "Hey Facebook, take a video".
When you take a photo or video, the capture LED will activate to indicate to those around you that you may be recording. To learn more, watch the product tour via the Facebook View app within Settings.
How do I share photos and videos?
Once you're in the Facebook View app, select a photo or video and tap on the share icon. You'll see different ways to share your captures or save them to your phone's camera roll or gallery. Limitations may apply depending on which app you're sharing to.
How do I adjust volume on my glasses?
To adjust volume on your glasses, swipe forwards on the touchpad to turn up volume and swipe back to turn down volume. You can check how the volume sounds to people around you by removing your glasses while media is playing.
You can also adjust the volume of system sounds in the Facebook View app. Some examples of system sounds include low-battery warning and a sound to indicate that you're taking a photo.
To adjust the volume of system alerts:
From the Facebook View app, tap on your profile photo in the top right.
Tap System alerts.
Tap System sounds.
How do I charge my Ray-Ban Stories?
Charging your glasses
To charge your glasses, put them in the charging case*. You'll know that your glasses are charging when the case LED blinks after you've docked them and closed the case.
*The first time that you charge your glasses, you'll need to remove the protective plastic tab from the metal charging connections on the case. When you dock your glasses, the left temple should attach to the metal charging connections and the right temple should gently rest on the right-hand side of the case.
Charging your case
To charge your charging case, use the USB cable that came with your glasses to connect the case with a charger or port. To charge from a wall outlet, you'll need a USB-C plug, which is not included with your glasses.
Your charging case has an LED indicator on the front of the case, which shows charge status of the case or glasses.
When you open the case without your glasses inside, the LED will show the charge level of your case. Green means that your case has over 80% charge and orange means that you have less than 80% charge. If you see red blinking, this means your case is out of battery.
When you open the case and your glasses are charging inside, the LED will show the charge level of your glasses. Red means the case is out of battery or your glasses are not charging, green means that your glasses are fully charged, and pulsing orange means that your glasses are charging. If your case is plugged in, the LED will remain on. If your case is not plugged in, the LED indicator will show charge level for 8 seconds.
You can also see the charging status via the Facebook View app within Settings. You'll be able to see the battery status of your glasses via the Facebook View app within Settings. If the glasses are charging in the case, you'll also see the battery status of your case.
For safety information on charging your Ray-Ban Stories, please refer to the warranty and safety guide.