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Julian Beaumont 3539 Titanium
Freeform varifocal from $45.00
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Problem with 1.56 Index lenses
When these glasses first arrived I put them on and the frame opened up and the right lens fell out. It might just have been a loose screw but with deep dark carpets it was a very lost screw. Rather then return the glasses which could take a long time, and as I was going past an optician's store, I took them in for repair which was just putting in a new screw, for which they made no charge.
The glasses were lovely. Nice weight, crystal clear High Impact 1.56 Index lenses, and comfortable fit.
Things were fine until we went on winter holiday in the alps last January. I had been outside for 2 hours straight at minus 19 Centigrade. We entered the chalet into the kitchen and I walked up to a pot on the stove and lifting the lid looked in. My glasses instantly steamed up so using a sheet of very soft (and expensive) kitchen tissue I cleaned my glass and put them back on, but the view I got was fuzzy and sort of unfocused depending where I looked.
When I inspected the lenses I could see a crazy paving pattern in them when looked at from an angle and in the right light and there was a slight bulls-eye reflection. I recognise this as Heat Stress Fracturing and knew immediately the lenses were trashed.
T coatings on the lenses was still in perfect condition and I have nothing but praise for it.
It's pretty unusual for lenses to heat fracture, but the fact is they have a crystalline structure and won't like sudden changes in heat. I'd still Recommend them, but NOT the High Impact 1.56 Index lenses if you're changing from one temp extreme to the other (like a Chef going into a walk in freezer from a hot kitchen).
Basically good frames and lenses. However I have to score them by my personal experience.
[ Fit - As expected ] [ I wouldn't recommend this product to others ]
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You will often find a variety of information on the frame, including model number, branding and frame sizing. The numbers you are looking for will be similar to this format 150 - 22 - 50 although this can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. These numbers provide the following information:-
150 - Arm / temple size (in mm), a 3 digit value normally ranging from 120 - 150.
22 - Bridge size (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 14 - 24.
50 - Lens width (in mm), a 2 digit value normally ranging from 40 - 62.
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