Stylish Eye Frame Glasses Spectacles/Eyewear- 7316M
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Condition: Brand new
Try the latest style to match your clothes & mood!
Brand new with case and cleaning cloth
The above model 7316M is a modern style that represents one of the latest eyeglasses trends. This frame features clear demo lenses and can be used for prescription eyewear, as a fashion accessory or even tinted into sunglasses. They are a sure attention getter!
The frame is made out of high quality black stainless steel. LACOSTE design. Unique stainless steel temples with acetate plastic endings. Smooth metal hinges.
Material: Stainless metal with acetate temple ending, sturdy and strong corrosion resistance
Lens Size: 51 mm
Bridge Width: 18 mm
Lens Height: 24 mm
Temple Length: 135 mm
Tips for choosing eyeglasses frames:
· Frame types: There are three basic types- full, half rimless and rimless. A full eyeglass frame has a frame that completely encircles the lens. In a half-rimless eyeglass frame there is no frame on the bottom or top of the lens. Mounting lens into rimless eyeglass frames requires a skilled and experienced technician.
· Frame materials: Frames are made out of two big groups of materials: plastic and metal. Most common metal is MONEL, followed by TITANIUM, STAINLESS STEEL, NICKEL SILVER AND ALUMINUM. Lower quality plastics are used in cheaper frames while high quality plastics, including layered plastic and acetate, produce durable, beautiful color and comfortable frames. MONEL is composed of about two-thirds nickel and one-third copper. If you have an allergy to some metals, it is usually the nickel in the metal that causes allergic reactions. Plastic and titanium frames might be your choices.
· Frame quality: It is hard to determine frames quality. The basic method is the feel of them in your hand. Better quality frames don’t rattle, hinges move smoothly and parts fit together well. Just because a designer eyeglass frame has a brand name doesn’t mean high quality.
· Measurement: There are four basic measurements of a frame: lens size, bridge, temple and lens height. Most glasses frames have some size information printed on the inside of the frame. The lens size refers to the horizontal width in millimeters of one of the frame’s lenses. The measurement is taken from the inside of one side of the frame to the inside of the other side of the frame. The lens is measured from its furthest point, where it would intersect with a vertical line. The bridge measurement is the distance in millimeters between the two lenses. It is measured between the two closest points of the two lenses. The temple length is measured along the length of the temple, from one end to the other, including the bend. The lens height measurement refers to the vertical height of an eyeglasses lens, and is measured from the tip to the bottom of the lens aperture of the frame. The measurements are taken from a horizontal line intersecting with the top of the lens, to the horizontal line intersecting with the bottom edge of the lens.