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    How to choose frames?

    We offer thousands of frame styles, and we are increasing and updating in-stock styles every day. Our frames are private label generic eyeglasses frames which are high quality and trendy, yet can b...

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    Frame Materials

    Metal is the most widely used material to make eyeglass frames. Many people opt for metal frames because they are attractive and for their malleability and resistance to corrosion. Metal --Shop Met...

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    Do you have spring hinges glasses?

    Yes. We offer spring hinge glasses whose temples are not be snapped or broken easily! Please visit this link to check the details.

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    Frame Size and Strong Rx

    When purchasing single vision eyeglasses, wearers with higher prescription-strength should be aware that a large frame with a wider lens is not recommended while smaller and narrower lens width wil...

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    Why can't I use the coupon for ordering?

    a. Only one coupon is allowed for one order; b. Your coupon expires; c. The coupon is not eligible for the product you select; d. The product is already on discount and can’t use the coupon togethe...

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    What is the material of your lens?

    Our lenses are made of resin, which is lightweight and highly impact-resistant. Resin lenses also have a strong ability to block ultraviolet radiation to protect your eyes.

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    Difference between Spherical Lens and Aspherical Lens

    Generally speaking, spherical lenses are thick and the images through the lenses will be distorted. While, with the same prescription and index, aspherical lenses are thinner, lighter and more comf...

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    Lens Functions

    1. Single vision lens Single-vision prescription lenses are for people who need to correct one field of vision, either for distance, intermediate (computer), or near vision (reading). They contain ...

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    What're the difference between Tint lens, Photochromic lens and Polarized lens?

    The effect of the tinted lens is thoroughly and only one tint color no matter indoor or outside. The photochromic lens is transparent indoor while color darkens outside. The polarized lens has the ...

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    What is the difference between single-vision and progressive lenses?

    Single vision lenses refer to the lens that has only one use, to see objects in the distance, to see intermediate like computer or phone, or to see near for reading (reading glasses). While progres...