Rimless Titanium Frame 527914

  • Frame #527914
  • $45.95
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Men Rimless Titanium Eyeglasses #527914
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Select Your Color: Gold
THE DETAILS
Frame Size
  • bridge Bridge: 18
  • lens-width Lens Width: 50
  • frame-width Frame Width: 0
  • temple-length Temple Length: 140
  • lens-height Lens Height: 28
  • frame-weight Frame Weight: 12

Rim: Rimless

Material: Titanium

Style: Thin and Light

PD: 56

REVIEWS

OVERALL RATING:

based on1review

5.0

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MOST LIKED POSITIVE REVIEW: Two thumbs up

I got $400-$600 type glasses for $75. They are lightweight. I always get/recommend the $20 "no-name" "transitions". Not the name brand one for more $. The no-name one for $20 is just as good I not better than my older Transitions. I also always get the antiglare for $5. For $25 you can't go wrong. ... Read the Full Review

Joe Cool

Location:Long Beach, NY

Date of Review:6/17/2014

Color reviewed:Grey

5

Two thumbs up
  • Pros Comfortable,  Scratch Resistant,  Stylish,  Fits Well
  • Lens Tint Just Right
  • Lenses No Glare,  Accurate Prescription,  Light Weight
  • Describe Yourself Trendy/Stylish,  Casual Dresser,  Casual
  • Sizing Feels True To Size
  • Best Uses Formal,  Travel,  General/Distance,  Driving

I got $400-$600 type glasses for $75. They are lightweight. I always get/recommend the $20 "no-name" "transitions". Not the name brand one for more $. The no-name one for $20 is just as good I not better than my older Transitions. I also always get the antiglare for $5. For $25 you can't go wrong.

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

Joe Cool

Location:Long Beach, NY

Date of Review:6/17/2014

Color reviewed:Grey

5

Two thumbs up
  • Pros Comfortable ,   Scratch Resistant ,   Stylish ,   Fits Well
  • Lens Tint Just Right
  • Lenses No Glare ,   Accurate Prescription ,   Light Weight
  • Describe Yourself Trendy/Stylish ,   Casual Dresser ,   Casual
  • Sizing Feels True To Size
  • Best Uses Formal ,   Travel ,   General/Distance ,   Driving

I got $400-$600 type glasses for $75. They are lightweight. I always get/recommend the $20 "no-name" "transitions". Not the name brand one for more $. The no-name one for $20 is just as good I not better than my older Transitions. I also always get the antiglare for $5. For $25 you can't go wrong.

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