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Temple tips for eyeglasses are commonly referred to as temple covers and temple ends. A temple tip covers the bare metal temple arm behind the ear.
Eyewear is measured in millimeters and sizing follows the defines as followed:
First number = the wide of one lens measured at its widest points.
Second number = the distance between lenses measured at their nearest points.
Last number = the length of the temple measured from the center of the hinge of the temple tip.
A comnbined frame is frame that exists of an acetate front and stainless steel temples.
The temple is the bare metal arm which goes from te front of the frame till the piece behind your ear.
Acetate is a non-petroleum based plastic that is made from natural cotton and wood fibers. Among the qualities that make it a truly amazing material from which to make eyewear, cellulose acetate is hypoallergenic, lightweight, strong, flexible, available in a nearly limitless array of transparant and opaque colors, and made from renewable materials.
We use the highest grade of Japanese stainless steel for the manufacturing of our frames. It is an alloy of Iron with a minimum of 10.5% Chromium which produces a thin layer of oxide. This layer prevents corrosion of the surface, so the clean finish stays untouched. The material is strong, lightweight and there is a large range of shapes available. We use a hypoallergenic frame which is nickel-free.
Odettelunettes.com does not currently offer prescription lens services. Please contact our customer service (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have further questions. We can get you in contact with our opticians.
Although coloured lenses can make or break your look they’re not just a fashion statement. Coloured lens sunglasses have a subtle effect on your vision, meaning you can literally view the world through tinted lenses with different colours.
Gradient tinted lenses are typically fully tinted at the top and become gradually clearer towards the bottom. Gradient tints are popular as a fashion statement and because they offer more low-light low flexibility than fully tinted sun lenses. Variants include double gradients.