What is my spectacle size?

What is my spectacle size?

This is the length of the temple from each screw to its temple tip, including the bend that sits on your ear. This measurement does not vary as much as the others. The temple is typically 120mm to 150mm long. This is the vertical height of your eyeglass lenses at the widest point of the lens within the frame.

What do the numbers on glasses mean?

The numbers beneath the frames reflect the SIZE MEASUREMENTS in millimeters (mm). THE FIRST NUMBER (ex.54) = the width of the lenses. THE SECOND NUMBER (ex.15) = the distance between the lenses. THE THIRD NUMBER (ex.140) = the length of the temple arm including the portion going behind the ear. The TOTAL WIDTH (ex.

What size is 52mm in glasses?

Small – 52mm, or 5.000 inches; Medium – 55mm, or 5.250 inches; Large – 58mm, or 5.750 inches.

What do the 3 sets of numbers on glasses mean?

1) The eye size number (it is the size of the lenses on your frame). 2) The bridge size number (the distance between the lenses). 3) The temple length number (it is the size of that part of your eyeglass frame, which rests upon your ears).

What size is large glasses?

Temple length

Fit Eyeglasses Sunglasses
Small 50mm and below 55mm and below
Medium 51mm–54mm 56mm–64mm
Large 55mm and above 65mm and above

How do I know my glasses number?

When you look at your prescription for eyeglasses, you will see numbers listed under the headings of OS and OD. They are Latin abbreviations: OS (oculus sinister) means the left eye and OD (oculus dextrus) means the right eye. Occasionally, you will see a notation for OU, which means something involving both eyes.

How do I identify my glasses model?

Prescription glasses or optical grade glasses always have their model name and model number printed on the inside of either the right or left temple (arm) of the frame; model names and model numbers are not always printed in the same place. Some models have just a model name, but no model number, and vise versa.

Do I need medium or large glasses?

We have 3 different sets of Eyeglasses: Small, Medium and Large….OUR SIZES.

Small Medium Large
Our Small Frames have a lens diameter of 50mm and less. Our Medium Frames have a lens diameter ranging from 51mm to 53mm. Our Large Frames have a lens diameter of 54mm and up.

Does eye prescription 1.25 mean?

Nearsightedness and Farsightedness 1.00 stands for one diopter. However, the correction can be measured in one-quarter diopters. For example, 1.25 is one and one-quarter diopters. Typically, the further away from zero, the stronger the prescription.

What are the numbers on my glasses lens?

These numbers represent diopters, the unit used to measure the correction, or focusing power, of the lens your eye requires. Diopter is often abbreviated “D.” For example, if your prescription says -1.00, you have one diopter of nearsightedness.

Are my glasses small medium or large?

What size are large glasses?

What does 090 Axis mean?

The axis number on your prescription tells your optician in which direction they must position any cylindrical power in your lenses (required for people with astigmatism). This number shows the orientation or angle in degrees from 1 to 180. The number 90 means vertical position and 180 horizontal.

What does 2.25 mean for glasses?

For the nearsighted, the American Optometric Association (AOA) has determined the following levels of severity: If your number is between -0.25 and -2.00, you have mild nearsightedness. If your number is between -2.25 and -5.00, you have moderate nearsightedness.

What does 005 axis mean in eye prescription?

An axis of 5 (or 05) is the same as 005; 90 are the same as 090. Reading Addition (ADD) – The addition value is the amount of additional correction to add to the sphere value for reading or intermediate glasses. If you only see one ADD power, it’s understood that you have the same ADD for both eyes.