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post #1906 of 2735
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Originally Posted by CityConnection View Post

In terms of style, price, value, quality, finish, colors? Depends who you are looking for.

maybe depends from the price, for <$150. What brands would you recommend?
and have a model something like this,
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or this one,
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post #1907 of 2735
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Originally Posted by bang_o View Post

maybe depends from the price, for <$150. What brands would you recommend?
and have a model something like this,
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or this one,
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O&X has some exactly like that which will be a bit more than $200ish but great quality and I'm certain that they have both styles. Modo has some for $180ish for good quality. Eco by Modo has some for less than $150. Cheap Monday and Paul Frank might have some for around $150-180ish. Personally I think that you'll get the best value and bang for the buck if you extend your budget just a little bit. Happy hunting.
post #1908 of 2735
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Originally Posted by CityConnection View Post

O&X has some exactly like that which will be a bit more than $200ish but great quality and I'm certain that they have both styles. Modo has some for $180ish for good quality. Eco by Modo has some for less than $150. Cheap Monday and Paul Frank might have some for around $150-180ish. Personally I think that you'll get the best value and bang for the buck if you extend your budget just a little bit. Happy hunting.

i had check on O&X and its make make confused, too many brands on there. Eco by Modo and Modo dont have the same model with what i want.
if i extend my budget to $200, What brands would you recommend?
another question, Dita Eyewear and Salt Optical are worth for their price?
post #1909 of 2735
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Originally Posted by bang_o View Post

maybe depends from the price, for <$150. What brands would you recommend?
and have a model something like this,
233

I was looking at lemtosh but their bridge is 24mm. Is it just exaggerated considering it has a keyhole shape and they measured it at its widest points? I usually wear 15-166mm nose bridge
post #1910 of 2735
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Originally Posted by bang_o View Post

i had check on O&X and its make make confused, too many brands on there. Eco by Modo and Modo dont have the same model with what i want.
if i extend my budget to $200, What brands would you recommend?
another question, Dita Eyewear and Salt Optical are worth for their price?

O&X is a division of Kio Yamato.
Eco by Modo will not have all their frames on their website. Try looking finding a stockist.
For the price of Dita and Salt you could very well go with most well made frames.
post #1911 of 2735
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Originally Posted by brokeassp View Post

I was looking at lemtosh but their bridge is 24mm. Is it just exaggerated considering it has a keyhole shape and they measured it at its widest points? I usually wear 15-166mm nose bridge

Funny you say that. I was looking at a Lemtosh yesterday. The bridge is a 24mm but it fits like one that is much more narrow because the plastic is quite thick. The bridge size is measured from lens to lens, NOT the gap between the plastic. With that in mind, the bridge actually fits much more narrow than the measurements.
post #1912 of 2735
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Originally Posted by Rockwell View Post

O&X is a division of Kio Yamato.
Eco by Modo will not have all their frames on their website. Try looking finding a stockist.
For the price of Dita and Salt you could very well go with most well made frames.

This is correct. Most frame manufactures won't update their websites very frequently unless it is a "lifestyle brand". Most of them are not in the marketing business and don't market themselves very well.
post #1913 of 2735
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Originally Posted by Rockwell View Post

Funny you say that. I was looking at a Lemtosh yesterday. The bridge is a 24mm but it fits like one that is much more narrow because the plastic is quite thick. The bridge size is measured from lens to lens, NOT the gap between the plastic. With that in mind, the bridge actually fits much more narrow than the measurements.

You are correct about the measurements although I don't know much about the mascot frames.
post #1914 of 2735
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Originally Posted by CityConnection View Post

In my opinion. if you are looking to get progressive lenses in any frame go to a B&M. Depending on the fit of a certain frame, the lenses could or could NOT work. If you buy it online and find out that the progressives are not suitable, you will have wasted money on the frame. If you go to a B&M they will guide you in the right direction for a frame that is suitable for your progressive lenses.

What is B&M. A Google search didn't turn up anything.
post #1915 of 2735
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Originally Posted by Rockwell View Post

O&X is a division of Kio Yamato.
Eco by Modo will not have all their frames on their website. Try looking finding a stockist.
For the price of Dita and Salt you could very well go with most well made frames.

But Dita are VERY well made.

I bought a pair of Levers over a year ago and i am still in awe when i look at them at the quality and craftmanship in them.

They are well worth the money - to me.smile.gif
post #1916 of 2735
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Originally Posted by Rockwell View Post

O&X is a division of Kio Yamato.
Eco by Modo will not have all their frames on their website. Try looking finding a stockist.
For the price of Dita and Salt you could very well go with most well made frames.
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Originally Posted by CityConnection View Post

This is correct. Most frame manufactures won't update their websites very frequently unless it is a "lifestyle brand". Most of them are not in the marketing business and don't market themselves very well.

too bad no one stockist of them in my country frown.gif
thanks for your response
post #1917 of 2735
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What is B&M. A Google search didn't turn up anything.

Sorry. B&M is brick and mortar which just basically means a physical store and not an online store.
post #1918 of 2735
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Originally Posted by Beetleything View Post

But Dita are VERY well made.
I bought a pair of Levers over a year ago and i am still in awe when i look at them at the quality and craftmanship in them.
They are well worth the money - to me.smile.gif

Yes, I'm sure they are made well. What I meant to say was that for that kind of money, you have a lot of options.
post #1919 of 2735
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Originally Posted by bang_o View Post

too bad no one stockist of them in my country frown.gif
thanks for your response

What country are you in?
post #1920 of 2735
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Originally Posted by CityConnection View Post

What country are you in?

Indonesia smile.gif
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