Bendable (Memory) Titanium Half Rim Frame 914614

  • Frame #914614
  • $19.00
  • 8 Reviews
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Men Half Rim Memory Titanium Eyeglasses #914614
Select Your Color: Gold

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OVERALL RATING:

based on8reviews

4.5 90% WOULD RECOMMEND THIS TO A FRIEND

    • Pros
    • +Comfortable(7)
    • +Fits Well(5)
    • +Lightweight(4)
    • +Durable(3)
    • +High Quality(3)
    • Lenses
    • +Accurate Prescription(3)
    • Describe Yourself
    • +Casual(7)
    • Best Uses
    • +General/Distance(5)
    • +Reading(4)
    • +Computer(4)
    • +Extra Pair(3)
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MOST LIKED POSITIVE REVIEW: Had these with a progressive lens

I was really impressed with the lightweight frames. And this was my first purchase of progressive lenses. I was excited to save a lot of money on these frames and lenses from standard retail.However, after about a week, the bottom of one of the lenses cracked right where the string holds the lense to the frame (and i am talking about barely placing them on the nightstand before bed). Because it is only a string, and the lens was thicker on the bottom (progressive lenses get thicker on the bottom), there was a lot of surface area edge, with nothing to protect the lens from breaking where the edge of the lens is cut(weakened) to place the string to hold the lens to the frame. So I would not recommend getting progressive lenses with a half rim frame. I could have gone with the thinner polycarbonite or even thinner lenses, but I also wanted the photochromatic lenses, which only came in the 1.57 lens size. So now I am out the purchase price of these lenses after only a week. So even though these say progressive, I would not recommend them for progressive lenses. Had to buy a new pair of glasses.... Read the Full Review

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MOST LIKED NEGATIVE REVIEW: Lightweight but the bridge broke

Lightweight glasses, but these glasses continually slipped down my nose. I don't know if this is because the temples are extremely thin or if the temple length is too great. I had these glasses for a little over a year when the bridge broke right in the middle under a moderate amount of pressure.... Read the Full Review

Crowley Georgia

Location:Undisclosed

Date of Review:7/11/2012

Color reviewed:Grey

4

Had these with a progressive lens

I was really impressed with the lightweight frames. And this was my first purchase of progressive lenses. I was excited to save a lot of money on these frames and lenses from standard retail.However, after about a week, the bottom of one of the lenses cracked right where the string holds the lense to the frame (and i am talking about barely placing them on the nightstand before bed). Because it is only a string, and the lens was thicker on the bottom (progressive lenses get thicker on the bottom), there was a lot of surface area edge, with nothing to protect the lens from breaking where the edge of the lens is cut(weakened) to place the string to hold the lens to the frame. So I would not recommend getting progressive lenses with a half rim frame. I could have gone with the thinner polycarbonite or even thinner lenses, but I also wanted the photochromatic lenses, which only came in the 1.57 lens size. So now I am out the purchase price of these lenses after only a week. So even though these say progressive, I would not recommend them for progressive lenses. Had to buy a new pair of glasses.

Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

LA

Location:Philadelphia, PA

Date of Review:2/7/2015

Color reviewed:Grey

2

Lightweight but the bridge broke
  • Pros Comfortable,  Fits Well
  • Cons Other,  Break Easily
  • Describe Yourself Casual,  Formal
  • Sizing Feels True To Size
  • Best Uses Computer,  General/Distance

Lightweight glasses, but these glasses continually slipped down my nose. I don't know if this is because the temples are extremely thin or if the temple length is too great. I had these glasses for a little over a year when the bridge broke right in the middle under a moderate amount of pressure.

Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Unkle boB

Location:Oh

Date of Review:5/6/2015

Color reviewed:Grey

4

I was happy for 353 days
  • Pros Comfortable ,   Stylish
  • Describe Yourself Casual
  • Best Uses Computer

Just short of a year the right temple broke across the screw hole. They'd been a bit loose and I though I'd lost the screw until I realized the the screw was still there. I would have ordered a replacement frame w/o lenses but the color was no longer available, so I'm trying the sister frame 314612

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LA

Location:Philadelphia, PA

Date of Review:2/7/2015

Color reviewed:Grey

2

Lightweight but the bridge broke
  • Pros Comfortable ,   Fits Well
  • Cons Other ,   Break Easily
  • Describe Yourself Casual ,   Formal
  • Sizing Feels True To Size
  • Best Uses Computer ,   General/Distance

Lightweight glasses, but these glasses continually slipped down my nose. I don't know if this is because the temples are extremely thin or if the temple length is too great. I had these glasses for a little over a year when the bridge broke right in the middle under a moderate amount of pressure.

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Jimmyfergus

Location:Boston, MA

Date of Review:4/16/2014

Color reviewed:Grey

5

Work nicely as sunglasses
  • Pros Comfortable ,   Fits Well ,   Stylish ,   Durable
  • Lens Tint Just Right
  • Lenses Light Weight
  • Describe Yourself Casual ,   Casual Dresser ,   Formal
  • Sizing Feels True To Size
  • Best Uses Driving ,   Travel ,   General/Distance ,   Sunglasses ,   Reading ,   Extra Pair

I bought these as polarized amber sunglasses on gray frame. They're great for this, deep and wide enough to avoid too much glare under and around the lens. I haven't had them long, but the flexible bridge and legs should make them durable even though it's not a sprung hinge.

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Crowley Georgia

Location:Undisclosed

Date of Review:7/11/2012

Color reviewed:Grey

4

Had these with a progressive lens

I was really impressed with the lightweight frames. And this was my first purchase of progressive lenses. I was excited to save a lot of money on these frames and lenses from standard retail.However, after about a week, the bottom of one of the lenses cracked right where the string holds the lense to the frame (and i am talking about barely placing them on the nightstand before bed). Because it is only a string, and the lens was thicker on the bottom (progressive lenses get thicker on the bottom), there was a lot of surface area edge, with nothing to protect the lens from breaking where the edge of the lens is cut(weakened) to place the string to hold the lens to the frame. So I would not recommend getting progressive lenses with a half rim frame. I could have gone with the thinner polycarbonite or even thinner lenses, but I also wanted the photochromatic lenses, which only came in the 1.57 lens size. So now I am out the purchase price of these lenses after only a week. So even though these say progressive, I would not recommend them for progressive lenses. Had to buy a new pair of glasses.

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Mercedes G.

Location:Surrey, BC

Date of Review:4/27/2012

Color reviewed:Black

5

Great buy for the money
  • Pros Fits Well ,   Comfortable ,   Lightweight ,   Durable ,   High Quality
  • Lenses Accurate Prescription ,   No Glare
  • Describe Yourself Casual
  • Best Uses Extra Pair ,   Reading

What an ingenuous product! I loved them so much I bought a pair for my dad who uses them now more than his $200 ones.

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Seth

Location:Dublin, OH

Date of Review:4/24/2012

Color reviewed:Gold

5

Just what I need
  • Pros Comfortable ,   Great Progressive Lens ,   Durable ,   Lightweight ,   High Quality ,   Fits Well
  • Lenses No Glare ,   Accurate Prescription
  • Describe Yourself Casual
  • Best Uses Computer ,   General/Distance ,   Reading

Since I hit the 50 years, I need something to help me reading, and I still want to be able to see across the room or be able to recognize the face of someone in front of me. With single vision reading glasses, I can't do that. These progressive lenses are wonderful. My ophthalmologist even approved of me using them, as long as they are all I need.

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Online Shopper

Location:Shreveport, LA

Date of Review:4/20/2012

Color reviewed:Gold

5

Comfy glasses!
  • Pros Comfortable ,   Lightweight ,   High Quality
  • Lenses Accurate Prescription
  • Describe Yourself Casual
  • Best Uses Formal ,   Extra Pair ,   General/Distance

Excellent glasses! I love them! I can see the words, read faster…

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Crowley Georgia

Location:Suwanee, GA

Date of Review:4/13/2012

Color reviewed:Grey

4

Had these with a progressive lens
  • Pros Comfortable ,   Fits Well ,   Lightweight
  • Lenses Lens Cracked
  • Cons Break Easily
  • Describe Yourself Casual
  • Best Uses Computer ,   General/Distance ,   Reading

I was really impressed with the lightweight frames. And this was my first purchase of progressive lenses. I was excited to save a lot of money on these frames and lenses from standard retail. However, after about a week, the bottom of one of the lenses cracked right where the string holds the lense to the frame (and i am talking about barely placing them on the nightstand before bed). Because it is only a string, and the lens was thicker on the bottom (progressive lenses get thicker on the bottom), there was a lot of surface area edge, with nothing to protect the lens from breaking where the edge of the lens is cut(weakened) to place the string to hold the lens to the frame. So I would not recommend getting progressive lenses with a half rim frame. I could have gone with the thinner polycarbonite or even thinner lenses, but I also wanted the photochromatic lenses, which only came in the 1.57 lens size. So now I am out the purchase price of these lenses after only a week. So even though these say progressive, I would not recommend them for progressive lenses. Had to buy a new pair of glasses.

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