Users' questions

How do I know my size for glasses?

How do I know my size for glasses?

Understanding Frame Measurements If you look on the inside of your glasses, you’ll find a number that looks like: 52 18 135. This information shows you the size of your glasses; the lens diameter, the bridge width and the side length, all measured in millimetres.

How do I know what size glasses to buy online?

There are three measurements to know: lens width, bridge width (the width across your nose), and temple arm length (the length of the arms). If you own a pair of glasses that fit, you can start by checking their size.

What size glasses do I need glasses?

The wider your total width, the larger your temples need to be. If your total width was on the higher end you will want to opt for 145 millimetres (5.7 in) temples, or possibly more. If your total width was on the smaller side, then you should opt for the 135–140 millimetres (5.3–5.5 in) temples.

What size is 52mm in glasses?

Find your perfect sunglasses size in 2 easy steps:

Suggested Frame Size Face Size (temple to temple)
Small 49MM – 54MM 4.5″ – 5.1″
Regular 55MM – 57MM 5.25″ – 5.5″
Large 58MM – 63MM 5.75″ – 6.25″

How do you find the right glasses size?

Unlike shoe size or clothing size, frame size is not a hard and fast rule as simple as remembering one number. Frame measurements can be helpful in finding a good fit but there are some tricks to make them more useful. Let’s break down the numbers. FRAME WIDTH IS USUALLY THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN FINDING A PAIR OF GLASSES THAT FIT WELL.

How to find the perfect pair of glasses?

The secret to ordering a perfectly fitting pair of eyeglasses online is simple: know your frame size. The frame size of eyeglasses and sunglasses uses the same three key measurements:

What are the different measurements of eyeglasses frames?

Eyeglasses frames have four basic measurements: the eye, bridge, temple, and B measurements. The eye size refers to the horizontal width in millimeters of one of the frames lenses. The measurement is taken from the inside of one side of the frame to the inside of the other side of the frame.

How big are the endpieces on a pair of glasses?

Endpieces vary in size from 3mm to 15mm each, which adds up to 6mm to 30mm of the total frame width. The rule of thumb is that endpieces add up to about 10% of the total frame width. Here is the formula to determine the total glasses width: Total frame width = left endpiece + left eye size + bridge size + right eye size + right endpiece.