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Among the variety of plastics used for prescription glasses
It is a known fact that online stores for prescription glasses offer a
diverse range of prescription and designer eyewear. Not only the designs
but also the colours vary widely, giving you countless options to
choose from. While choosing prescription glasses, their one aspect which
should be given due attention is the material of which the frame is
made of. The durability and the finishing of the prescription glasses
depend a lot on the material automotive fastener manufacturers of construction and the two most commonly used materials are plastic and metal.
Prescription glasses with plastic frames are generally light-weight and
offer a comfortable eye-wear experience. In fact, laminated plastic
frames with layered colours are a widely popular option. When light
colours are used on the interior sides, your prescription glasses become
less visible. Likewise, an all–black frame is visible at all times on
both the interior and exterior sides.
Among the variety of
plastics used for prescription glasses, most manufacturers use cellulose
acetate propionate. It is a nylon-based plastic which is light-weight
and offers more transparency and gloss than other plastics. When
compared to metallic frames, prescription glasses made of plastic have
better exposure to sunlight.
When it comes to durability,
prescription glasses with metallic frames have been a perennial
favourite. So much so, that the most widely used material in the
manufacture of prescription glasses is “monel”, a mixture of broad range
of metals. Its malleability and corrosion resistance give the
prescription glasses a gloss and longevity of the highest quality.Though
considered a part of metal family, titanium frames come with the added
advantage of being light-weight. It is a silver grey metal that’s
durable, strong and corrosion–resistant.
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