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The Round Rimless Glasses by Glasses India is a wide-framed style, which is made of beta titanium metal material. The eye-catching design of these glasses is a great combination of both elegant and bold. The round shape makes them comfortable to wear and the broad frame adds an urban and sophisticated touch. The Round Rimless Glasses by Glasses India are a great choice for you if you want to stand out from the crowd and still look classy and stylish.
There are many famous people who have worn round glasses, including:
- John Lennon, the famous musician and member of the Beatles, was known for his iconic round glasses.
- Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian independence activist and political leader, was often seen wearing round glasses.
- Albert Einstein, the renowned physicist and mathematician, was known for his distinctive round glasses.
- Harry Potter, the fictional character from the popular book and movie series, is known for his round glasses.
- Buddy Holly, the American singer and musician, was known for his round glasses and was a pioneer of rock and roll.
These are just a few examples of famous people who have worn round glasses. There are many other well-known individuals who have also worn this type of eyewear.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Can i change the lenses
Yes. You can upload your prescription and select your lens option while order. Alternatively You can share your scanned prescription via Whatsapp @ +918169394813 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can quote you for the lenses with options.
What is the diameter of the lens? I would like a 36or 38mm diameter. Is that possible?
These are custom lenses. Diameter of 38 possible.
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Are rimless glasses more fragile?
As an experienced optician with more than 50 years in the eyewear industry, I can assure you that rimless glasses are not necessarily more fragile than other types of eyewear. In fact, many modern rimless frames are made with high-quality materials and construction techniques that make them just as durable as any other type of eyeglass frame.
That being said, it is important to note that all eyeglass frames, regardless of their style, can be prone to damage if they are not handled with care. Rimless frames, in particular, may be more prone to damage if the lens mounting screws become loose or if the lenses become dislodged from the frame. However, these issues can usually be easily addressed by a qualified eyewear professional.
To care for your rimless glasses, here are a few tips:
Avoid bending or twisting the frame, as this can cause the lens mounting screws to become loose or even break.
When cleaning the lenses, be sure to handle them gently and avoid using rough or abrasive materials that could scratch the surface. A soft, clean cloth or lens cleaning solution is usually sufficient.
If the lenses become loose or dislodged from the frame, do not try to adjust them yourself. Instead, take the glasses to a qualified eyewear professional for repair.
Store your rimless glasses in a protective case when not in use, and avoid exposing them to extreme temperatures or moisture.
As for the benefits of rimless glasses, there are several:
Rimless frames are lightweight and comfortable, making them a good choice for those who find other eyeglass frames to be too heavy or bulky.
Rimless frames can also be more visually appealing, as they allow more of the wearer's face to be seen. This can be especially attractive to those who want a more subtle or minimalistic eyewear look.
Rimless frames can be easier to adjust and fit properly, as they have fewer parts and are generally simpler in design.
I hope this comprehensive response helps to address your concerns and gives you the confidence to make a purchase! If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask. You can also whatsapp at +918169394813