Premium metal material is the most frequently used material in glasses frames. Premium metal eyeglasses frames, mainly made of metal alloy and stainless steel, and premium metal frames with nose pads are more durable, and flexible than regular plastic frames.
What are metal glasses frames made of?
Most metal glasses frames are made from nickel alloys. Other metals used include aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, zinc, copper, beryllium, gold, and silver.
Stainless steel, titanium, gold, and silver are generally hypoallergenic.
Glasses with metal frames tend to be lighter and more durable and hold their shape after being twisted or bent, so they are suitable for active people.
Eyeglasses metal frame won't become brittle from UV exposure or degrade over time. Their shelf life is 5+ years.
How to adjust metal frame glasses?
Adjusting metal eyewear includes adjustment screws, nose pads, and arms.
1. Tips for adjusting the screws on the metal glasses
If the screw is loose, use a screwdriver to turn the screw counterclockwise and carefully tighten the screw at the temple corner.
2. Tips for adjusting the nose pads of metal glasses
Metal optical frames often have nose pads, that can be adjusted according to the contour of the nose, fine-tuning can be done if necessary, hold the frame of the nose with one hand, the glasses backs to you, use the index finger and thumb of the other hand to support the nose pad.
a.If the adjustable nose pads is too tight, please press lightly, and bend the nose pads outward, and away from the nose, until it fits snugly.
b.If the nose pads are too loose, please press lightly, and bend the nose pads inwards, and towards the nose, until it fits snugly.
3. Tips for adjusting the arms of metal glasses
Put the glasses face up, the lenses face you, place the four fingers of the left hand under the temple, and place your index finger on the natural curve of your temple.
a.If the arms of the glasses are too tight, use your index finger to gently bend the end of the temple upwards, bending it will loosen the temples;
b.If the arms of the glasses are too loose, use your index finger to gently bend the end of the temple down, bend it to tighten the temples.
Test for comfort and repeat the process as necessary.
Metal frame glasses vs plastic frame glasses
The materials of metal frames include pure titanium, titanium alloy, stainless steel, monel alloy, gold, silver, aluminum, and nickel. Plastic frames are made of acetate, nylon, polyamide, polycarbonate, and polystyrene.
Plastic frames have more colors and can be designed in a variety of colors and shapes; metal frames have less colors;
Metal glasses are durable and not easy to lose shape. Plastic glasses are not as durable as metal glasses.
Plastic glasses, especially glasses with frames made of acetate material, are suitable for people with sensitive skin and metal allergies.
5. Adjustable nose pads:
Metal glasses generally have adjustable nose pads, which can fit your face better and make them more comfortable to wear.
6. High prescription glasses:
Plastic frames are suitable for high-height prescription glasses, while metal glasses are not suitable for high-height prescription glasses.
7. Suitable for people:
Metal frames are more flexible and suitable for people who pursue simplicity and low-key and lively lifestyles; Nylon frames among plastic materials are also particularly suitable for people with an active lifestyle.
Zeeool high-quality metal frame glasses have high durability, are not easily deformed, metal frames eyeglasses with cat eye, browline, geometric shapes and more shapes are more lightweight, have adjustable nose pads and are comfortable to wear, making them suitable for people who like a simple life.
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