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  1. KNOW YOUR PD

  2. We need your PD (pupillary distance) to make your glasses. If you don’t have it already, check out our DIY How to Measure Your PD


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Eyeballing Your Eyeglasses A Visual Guide to DIY Frame Measurement

A Complete Guide to DIY Frame Measurement

In the previous days, you had to pay an excessive amount to buy glasses from your nearby optical store, now you could easily try them to check how they fit on your face. Buying online glasses can be sometimes very irritating, due to not getting the perfect measurement of your frame, but now you don’t have to worry.
Kabeer Optics has made online buying procedure hassle-free for you with complete assurance that you get the frame that is perfectly fitted to your face.

Just follow the below guidelines to measure your glasses and make your shopping easy and great.
Once, you find the perfect measurement of your glasses, browse from our large selection and choose any style you want and order your glasses.

Basic Points To Remember For
Frame Measurement of Glasses


FRAME DIMENSIONS

The Frame Width:

It measures the whole horizontal
front of the frame, from the farthest
point on either side.

The Lens Height:

It is the vertical height of the lens.

Bridge:

The part of the frame that is in
the center and designed to hold
the whole weight of the frame.

The Temple Arms:

These are long arms to join the front
of the frame and to keep the glasses on
the face of the wearer.

The Lens Width:

The horizontal diameter of one
lens is its width that can also
be referred to as “eye size”.


Helpful Hint

Your glasses contain some numbers which show the three terms; frame width, lens height, bridge, and the temple arm. By knowing these terms, you can get the perfect measurement for your glasses.

EXAMPLE
If the numbers are 54-18-140,
your frame dimensions are:


54 mm lens width
18 mm bridge width
140 mm temple arm length


You have a leeway of 2-3 mm on
each measurement, except for the bridge.
Stick to a leeway of just 2 mm on the bridge.


The most important dimension that is
“frame width” is not printed on the glasses.
So, follow these rules to measure the
right width for your glasses that perfectly
suits your face.

DIY Measurements

If these numbers are not printed on your glasses, don't worry. You can also measure the dimensions by yourself with a millimeter scale.

The Frame Width:

Measure the whole front
of the frame horizontally.

The Lens Height:

To know the height of your lens, measure
it vertically at its highest point.

The Bridge:

Measure at the top of the bridge
horizontally, from the corner of
one lens to the other.

The Temple Arms:

First, you have to measure the point
the arm is joining to the front and
to the point where the arm starts to
bend low closer to the ear. Now measure
the whole point from the top of bend
till bottom tip. Merge these two sections
to gain the total temple arm length.

The Lens Width:

Measure the lens horizontally, at its
widest point. Make sure the lens
width accommodates your pupillary distance
so that your eyes align with the
“optical center” of the lens. Measure
your PD using this guide

Measure your PD


Keep In Mind


If the SPH on your prescription
is +/-6.00, it’s best to stick
with lens widths lower than
50 mm. This willkeep
your lenses thinner.


Once, you get your exact
frame dimensions, you will be
able to buy a perfect pair
of glasses online!

Furthermore, you can also try using virtual try-on
options like Kabeer Optics Frame Fit®
to make sure that the frame you are
selecting is rightly fit to your face.