For a professional, streamlined look, try these Perspective 2046 Silver glasses. These eyeglasses feature sleek rimless rectangular lenses and a thin silver metal bridge. The silver metal temples include black rubber padding to ensure a comfortable, slide free fit.
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This review is long overdue. However, now I have had extensive experience with these frames.
This is my first pair of glasses that seem to look good on my face. I wear contact lenses most of the time because my vision is quite bad and glasses get in the way, but for those lazy days or when my lenses were giving me trouble, I wanted glasses that I wasn't ashamed to be in. Due to the strength of my prescription, normal lenses are quite thick, and since I couldn't afford more expensive lenses, I wanted a frame with minimal weight. However, I didn't want plastic, as I felt I'd break the glasses too easily. I also wanted a pair that would look good on my face, and since I have always preferred the no-glasses look, what's better than frameless glasses that are barely there?
I was at first afraid that they'd be fragile due to how they're held together, but I managed to flatten them a bit, and was still able to bend them back into shape.
Now for the bad: The ear pieces are metal. Thin metal. There is a rubber area along the inside that helps them grip the sides of your head, but there is no rubber on the bottom where they rest on your ears. They can literally cut your ears if you push them on or pull them off. I have had some days where I had quite sore ears and had to avoid wearing these glasses for a while. Another con is that there tends to be minor buildup of dead skin between the rubber and the metal, probably due to the sharp metal issue. You can easily remove the rubber pieces from the sides. There are also a couple things some people may care about: First, is that these frames are a bit wide when you close them, due to their design. They still fit into a hard case, but a little less conveniently. Also related to their design is the fact that they do not spring open or closed. Overall, though, for the build quality, the look, and the weight, I feel they are worth 4 stars. Some clear tape carefully applied to the sharp undersides may prevent ear injury while not being obvious, but it's poor design.
Feels true to size
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend