What are my frame dimensions?
Have you ever wondered what the numbers mean on your glasses? You know, the numbers like 51-19-140 or 46-22-135?
Well, we’re here to give you some insight on measurements and fit.
Eye Size -The horizontal measurement of a lens at its longest point. This is referred to as the A measurement. Typically ranges for kids from 38 to 46 and from 46 to 58 for adults.
Bridge Size - Called the DBL measurement, Distance Between Lenses. This measurement isn't always found on glasses and typically can range from 8 to 24.
Temple Size - The length of each “arm” piece of the frame that runs down the side of your head and over your ears. This measurement starts from 115 for very small children, 120 to 135 for bigger children and 135 to 155 for adults.
If you already have a pair of eyeglasses that fits you well, it should be a piece of cake finding another pair that would fit you well. Your glasses may have numbers, which indicate three frame dimensions, printed on the inside of the temple arm.