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don't know about Seraphin. but for PS, I believe their Japan-made frames are still considered good. But those are made in Italy is made out of the same factory as Prada and all other brands, which means quality isn't the best.
Want to pick up a pair of Randolph P-3s to use as regular (non-sunglasses), prescription glasses.
This should be fine, right?
Does it matter if I pick up an older pair or do they specifically have to be these Rx ones:
I'm assuming this is just a labelling/marketing difference and that all P-3 frames are of a similar build?
Hello. can Anyone tell if it's orginal or fake? i have a very big problem with spot legit moscot's, what should i pay attention for (mitzen)
Hopefully someone can help. I'm about to buy some new glasses and i pretty much have it narrowed down to either Blackfin or Zero G. Just looking for a pair of decently made full frame titanium glasses. And that's the issue; I can't find any info as to who manufactures Zero G eyeglasses.-- other than " Designed in California and handcrafted in Japan". I've looked around for a while, and he mentions Masunaga quite a few times, but never actually says that they are the manufacturer. So if anyone has in info, please let me know...I'd appreciate any help.
Common given advice is to match the width of your face. A bit bigger or smaller I think is okay. Lengthwise, it should sit above your cheeks and not sit on or dig into them and not swallow your eyebrows. Eyes should be centered in the lens are of both sides. It's still best to work with a good optician and a good collection.
I was at a local eyewear boutique and found some absolutely gorgeous Bevel sunglasses, pictured below. The model is called Sidecar. They are unfortunately $500, although I may end up folding and buying a pair in a few months. Does anyone know of a comparable less expensive alternative?