Glasses Frame Measurement Guide
People used to buy expensive glasses from local optical stores, so they can try the glasses on and experience the material, size, shape of glasses. However, is buying glasses online as good as buying glasses from optical stores? Don’t worry, in order to cater your personal needs, we created our Frame Measurement Guide to find ideal and the most flatting eyeglasses for you. In this platform, we provide the frame measurements for you. In this way, you can find the right size fit. In addition, we offer low price but high-quality glasses, so you can save a bundle from Vlook.
Follow the guide below to measure the size of your glasses. After, you determine your frame measurement, you can select the style of glasses you want, then, let’s find the perfect glasses for yourself.
In most case, your glasses may have numbers printed on the inside of the temple arm, which indicate three frame dimensions. Note: all this numbers are in millimeters. From left to right is lens width, bridge width and temple length.
Lens width: This is the first number apperars on your frame dimensions which measures the entire horizontal width of each lens at its widest point.
Bridge Width: This is the second number appears on your frame dimensions which measures the distance between your two lenses.
Temple (Arm) Length: This is the last number appears on your frame dimensions which measures length of the front of the frame on either side from each screw to its temple tip, including the ear bend.
The number did not print on the temple of your glasses.
Lens Height: This is the vertical height of your eyeglass lenses. The lens height is important when measuring bifocals or progressive lenses.
The Frame Width: measures the entire horizontal front of the frame, from the furthest extended point on either side.