Color00 - Black Front and Temples
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A fierce frame for femme fatales. This bawdy beauty is the best kind of trouble. Blanche comes in a standard-fitting frame and is available as readers, progressive readers, prescription reading glasses, sunglasses, or blue light blocking computer glasses as well as non-prescription lenses.
- Material: Acetate
- Shape: cat eye
- Sizes: Average
90-Day Returns. A chinchilla can make a baby in 90 days. We figure that's plenty of time for you to decide if you want to keep your glasses.
Items in the Sale Collection are final sale — no returns or exchanges.
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Size & Measurement Guide Measurement Guide
Here are the three standard sizes we offer at eyebobs. You will see there are distinct icons associated with each size. Each size is associated with the width of the frame itself.
less than 130mm wide
131mm to 139mm wide
more than 140mm wide
Frame width is the primary way we determine fit. It’s the horizontal diameter of the entire frame width.
*Note that you won’t find this number on your glasses.
Other Technical measurements
Like most brands of glasses, the measurements of eyebobs glasses can be found on the inside of the temple arm. The first number indicates the lens width (46mm) and the second number is the bridge (23mm). If you already have a pair of glasses you like, you can use those measurements as a reference.
The horizontal diameter of one lens
The vertical diameter of one lens
The width of the bridge section
The length of the entire temple arm, from the front of the frame to the tip
|Frame width||Lens width||Lens height||Bridge width||Temple length|
Frame Size Scale
Drugstores were full of cheap readers and optical retailers carried expensive designer frames, but there were no options in the gulf between. Enter eyebobs.
We painstakingly select the very best materials, like luxury acetate, comfortable spring hinges, and best-in-class, optical quality lenses.
We won’t take “meh” for an answer. If your life hasn’t been changed by one of our frames, our job has yet to be done.