How to Measure the Size of Your Frame

How to Measure the Size of Your Frame
Choosing the right size of Eyeframe is just as important as the glasses. Knowing the dimensions of your frame will help you choose the best glasses. Fortunately, it's easy to find your frame size in your current eyeglass.
Sunglasses tend to be larger than eyeglasses, so the size of your sunglasses will probably differ from the size of your eyeglasses. With sunglasses, you have more freedom to choose within a wider range, because the balance doesn't need to be so clear.
All pairs are slightly different, so size details may not always be in the same place.
Look inside your current frames. You will find size details included in the temple, such as this example:


Lens height
Frame height is the exact height of the lens. The scale of the lens should be made vertically, at its highest point. The height of the lens should be at least 26 mm to 44.
Wide Range
The length is the horizontal width of one metal. Measure the lens horizontally, in a very wide area. Make sure the width of the lens stays within your pupillary range so that your eyes are aligned with the "optical Center" of the lens. Rate your PD using this guide. If you have Near and Distance both
Different Power for Progressive Lens its very important. The diameter of your lens should be at least 54 mm.
The Bridge
A bridge is the cross section (bridge) of your nose - hence the name.
The bridge should be measured horizontally, at the top of the bridge, from the edge of one lens to the other. The diameter of the bridge should be 18-20 mm


The temple connects the front of the frame on both sides and continues behind the ears.

Measure from the hinge -

Where the arm connects to the front - to where the arm begins to bend around the ear. Then measure from the top of the band to the bottom tip. Join the two sections with the length of the entire arm of the temple. The size of the temple should be at least 134 mm.

Suitable face Size