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How to adjust your glasses

For some people, they may need to adjust the new pair of frame before wearing it.Besides, the glasses will get misaligned in daily use.

Do you know how to adjust your glasses to make sure it get both comfortable and aligned fit?

Just follow our simple guide and solve the problem easily.

Adjusting Your Eyeglasses

THE PROBLEM:

Nose pads are sitting too low on your nose

FOR WIRE FRAME GLASSES:

Use your thumb and forefinger to push the nose pads closer together until they fit the sides of your nose.

FOR ACETATE / PLASTIC GLASSES:

Run a hair dryer for 45 seconds to heat the part of the frame you want to bend to soften it. Then bend the bridge by your thumb and forefinger to make the frame fit your nose.

Note that the framework made by TR90 does not apply to this method.

THE PROBLEM:

Nose pads are squeezing your nose

FOR WIRE FRAME GLASSES:

Use your thumbs to spread the nose pads out until they fit your nose comfortably

FOR ACETATE / PLASTIC GLASSES:

Run a hair dryer for 45 seconds to heat the part of the frame you want to bend to soften it. Then bend the bridge by your thumb and forefinger to make the nose pads out wards until the frame fit your nose.

THE PROBLEM:

One lens or one temple is higher than the other

THE LEFT LENS IS HIGHER THAN THE RIGHT LENS:

Run a hair dryer for 45 seconds to heat the place near hinge or the bend of the temple at your ear, then bend the right temple are down.

THE RIGHT LENS IS HIGHER THAN THE LEFT LENS:

Run a hair dryer for 45 seconds to heat the place near hinge or the bend of the temple at your ear, then bend the left temple are down.

THE PROBLEM:

One lens is closer to your eye than the other

IF YOUR LEFT LENS IS CLOSER IN:

Bend the left temple arm in at the hinge. And/Or bend the right temple arm out at the hinge.

IF YOUR RIGHT LENS IS CLOSER IN:

Bend the right temple arm in at the hinge. And/Or bend the left temple arm out at the hinge.

**Note: If your glasses with strong prescription, be careful not to apply excessive force.

NOTE:

Some frame materials resist adjustment in non-production environment: memory plastic (TR90), titanium, memory titanium, and aluminum alloy. It means you can't apply the above mentioned methods for these frames. Other materials are adjustable, including stainless steel or plastic, acetate temple arms in which a stainless steel rod is embedded.