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Metal Frame Glasses

Metal frame glasses are a classic style that suits many people and can be effortlessly incorporated into any trendy look. They are versatile, lightweight and classic. Thanks to our extensive collection of metal glasses, there is something for everyone at SmartBuyGlasses!


Metal frame glasses are far more luxurious and beautiful than any other material. These types of glasses are stylish, and if you live somewhere where it is hot all year, metal frames are a good choice because plastic frames can warp out of shape in intense temperatures.


What are metal glasses frames made of?

Hypoallergenic metal materials include stainless steel, titanium, gold and silver. Because most metal frames are made of a nickel alloy, nickel is frequently the culprit if your glasses induce a reaction. Aluminium, stainless steel, titanium, zinc, copper, beryllium, gold and silver are among the other metals used.


Monel is a metal alloy made up of a variety of metals and is the most common material used to make metal glasses frames. It has good durability and is easy to work with.


Another typical eyewear choice in recent years is titanium glasses. Titanium is a silver-grey metal that is lightweight, corrosion-resistant and strong. Thanks to its desirable qualities, titanium is used to produce spacecraft and medical equipment as well as glasses and other accessories.


How to adjust nose pads on metal glasses?

The nose pads are fixed in a standard position when you receive prescription glasses. In some situations, they may fit well. However, in other they might need adjustment.


Hold your frames by the nose bridge to avoid damaging your lenses. Then, use you thumb and index finger to move the nose pads of your metal glasses. This can be done from home without tools.


You can even adjust the position of the glasses on your nose this way. The larger the gap between the nose pads, the lower the glasses will rest on your face. Experiment with different settings to see what works best for you.

Ready to find your dream pair of metal glasses? Use our Virtual Try-On tool and choose your favourites today!

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