EXTE EX63404/ SUNGLASSES/HORN/64X15X120mm /51/NEW /B GRADE

£14.99

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EXTE S UNGLASSES/HORN/ NEW/B GRADE/MICRO MARKS
NEW B GRADED ,
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PRESCRIPTION LENSES. Eye2EyeOptical Labs, 145 High St,Waltham cross,EN8 7AP Mention that you are interested in Frames or sunglasses from our shop,send a link to confirm the style can be done. We can send direct to Eye2Eye for you to save postage.
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Liquidation UK
The Tower
Sway
Hampshire
United Kingdom
SO41 6DE

Tel: 01590 683 785

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The Bridge Width The bridge width is the minimum horizontal distance between the nasal surfaces of the rims on a plastic or metal frame, or the minimum horizontal distance between the nasal surfaces of the lenses in rimless frames. If a frame has adjustable nose pads on metal arms various modifications can be made in order to achieve a satisfactory fit;

Increasing the distance between the pads may be appropriate in cases when:

The frame size is sitting too high on the face
The bifocal segments or distance section of a progressive (Varifocal) lens are too high
The bridge is too small a fitting for the nose
The distance from the eye to the lens is too great

Decreasing the distance between the pads may be appropriate in cases when:
The frame sits too low on the face
The bifocal segments or distance section of a progressive (Varifocal) lens are too low
The bridge is too low for the nose
The lenses are sitting too close to the eyes and lashes

The Lens Width The lens width is the distance between the vertical sides of a rectangle containing the lens shape (in mm), the diagram above illustrates this. The sizes for the lens width and bridge width can usually be found on your current glasses by looking on the inside of the frame (usually printed on the arms or the bridge)

The Arm Length The arm length is measured from the dowel point to the extreme end of the side, this is made up of the length to the bend and the length of the drop to give the overall length of side.

When choosing a new spectacle frame check your current frame sizes by looking for the printed measurements (usually found on the arm or bridge), for example:

52-16-135
52 (mm) will represent the lens width
16 (mm) will represent the bridge width
135 (mm) will represent the overall length of the arm

Overall Frame Width Another measurement to consider would be the overall width of the frames, the diagram above illustrates this, it is important to note, aside from two times the lens width plus the bridge width the overall width is also dictated by factors such as the thickness of the rims of the frames and how swept out the lugs are from the frame. Our measurements give an approximate indication to the overall width taking into consideration the lenses and bridge not the lugs of the frame, this measurement is approximate and will vary according to the type and design of the frames.

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