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With SmartBuyGlasses, you’ll find a range of full-rim glasses to style every outfit! Full-rim glasses frames are available in any color, shape and design to accommodate every preference and personality.
But what are full-rim glasses?
As we all know, the rim of an object goes around the edge of that given object. Therefore, full-rim glasses have a rim that goes around the edges of the lenses, providing full coverage.
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Full-rim glasses are sturdy and protect the lenses from minor accidental drops, which makes them highly durable depending on the frame material. For example, one of the most durable materials is titanium.
Do you like round full-rim glasses? Explore our range of simple yet sophisticated round glasses and add your single vision or progressive lenses for a complete stand-out look. All our full-rim glasses accommodate various prescriptions and work well if you have thicker lenses.
Full-rim frames aren’t the only option if you want to try something different!
The difference lies in the amount of frame covering the lenses.
Half-rim glasses usually have the top part of the lenses covered with a frame. This look emphasizes the upper part of your eyes and gives you a subtle and refined look.
Semi-rimless glasses come in all frame styles and colors, so you’re bound to find a pair that suits your face shape and personality.
If you intend to participate in certain outdoor activities, semi-rimless glasses may not be ideal, as the bottom part of the lens is not protected by the rim.
Rimless glasses have no rim around the lenses, which makes them more lightweight than full or semi-rim glasses.
The temples are directly attached to the lenses, and a nose bridge connects the lenses.
Are you looking for comfortable lightweight glasses? Then rimless glasses are just right, but be sure to take care of them because they are more prone to breakage as the lenses are not covered.