What Are Yellow Tinted Glasses For? | KOALAEYE OPTICAL

What Are Yellow Tinted Glasses For?

Other problems with titanium frames

For the same volume of frames, alloy frames are twice as likely to break as pure titanium frames, and for the same weight, alloy frames break more easily than pure titanium frames.Therefore, some sellers have to add a lot of copper in alloy material and impure titanium material to increase the toughness of the frame, so that the alloy frame is easy to rust, and long-term wear will be eroded because of the salt in sweat.


How can I measure the frame size?

Use a ruler to measure the glasses you used to wear comfortably and record the width of the frame and the total width in front of the frame. And compared with the frame width of the selected frame and the total front width of the frame. Frame width size difference of one or two millimeters does not matter, and the total front width of four millimeters does not matter. You can use a ruler to measure the approximate distance between the temples. Usually, the width of the inner side of the frame is the same as the temple value or about 3MM larger than the temple value.



What To Do with Old Glasses?

What to do with old glasses? Where can I donate old glasses? You may have the same troubles. So, in this section, we will show you what you should do with your old glasses.

You can choose to donate your old glasses. Around the world, about 13 million children can’t finish their education for the sole reason that they can’t see well enough to learn. In addition, there are some goodwill organizations that will take your used reading glasses as long as they are in decent shape. So, what to do with old glasses, donate them. Where can I donate old glasses? You can search the old glasses donation organizations online.

If you have a pair of old glasses, you can also choose to sell them online to save some money. You can sell them on some platforms such as eBay or Preloved.


Step-by-Step Glasses Size Guide

In this section, we will show you how to perform glasses measurements. But the first thing is to know what face shape you have. If you do not know, click here to have a check.

Then you need to know where to find the size measurement of your glasses. In general, you will find numbers that look like this 51-17-145 at the temples of your eyeglasses. Of course, these numbers come at different meanings.

The first number often refers to the lens width. Lens width is the horizontal diameter of the lens at its widest point. In optometry, another term is eye size.

The second number often means the bridge width. Bridge width is the part that joins the two lenses and sits over the nose. Some refer to this as the gap. The bridge width varies between 14 and 24 millimeters.

The third number often means the temple length. The temple is the arm that keeps the sunglasses on your face. That arm extends to the part that hangs on the ears. The length is usually 135, 140, or 145 millimeters.

Lens height measures the size of the lens vertically, that is from the top to the bottom of the lens. Although sizes may differ depending on the brand, the standard size is somewhere between 32 and 38 millimeters.



Limitations of NXT lenses

NXT lenses made from Trivex can't be cut by means of traditional edge cutting ways, requiring certain edge grinders, which has caused some problems for retail stores. Therefore, now NXT lenses are more used in some glasses, like sunglasses, protective goggles, and so on.


Hinge welding difference between Pure titanium spectacle frame and titanium alloy spectacle frame

The pure titanium glasses frame will not contact oxygen in a vacuum during the welding process. The titanium frame is welded (called spot welding), which creates a slope shape and is one of the most effective ways to distinguish between the two frames. Pure titanium glasses frame, in the hinge part, will not be in direct contact with titanium. And titanium glasses frame will directly contact with titanium, easy to cause wrinkles in the joint, so the temple has obvious unsmooth phenomenon.


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With so many styles to choose from, trying on frames from the comfort of your home can help narrow your search for new prescription glasses. The Home Try On program makes it easy. Because all non-prescription glasses (including sunglasses and readers) are 100% returnable. The Home Try-On program will focus on customers who buy prescription glasses. Send the prescription to the appropriate email or upload it at checkout. After completing the $0.99 temporary licensing fee, your Try At Home kit is complete. This fee will be refunded to your card once they receive your kit.

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