Oversized Rounds

Oversized Rounds

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Brings you back to the mod era of the 1960's. Wide 6" unisex budget quality frame with a 2" diameter lens opening.

 

$25 Bigger is better... that's what she said

For those of you who have to see the larger, rounder picture, these fit the bill nicely. These are optical quality frames. They are inexpensive and considered 'Budget' quality. They're injected 'better' plastic. If you've always wanted to try a 360º round but didn't want to spend over $100 to get them, this is the time to try them. If you're not hard on your specs these should last you a few years. It's not a common shape in an optical shop, but I love rounds and have always carried a lot of different round styles accommodating different budgets. Only available here, at Retro Focus Eyewear

SPECS:

  • Frame width: 5 3/4" (145mm)

  • Frame height: 2 1/2" (57mm)

  • Frame material: Better plastic

  • Lens width: 2 1/16" (52mm)

  • Lens height: 2 1/16" (52mm)

  • Hinge to hinge width: 5 3/8" (135mm)

  • Bridge (DBL): 22mm

  • Temple length: 5 1/2" (140mm)

  • Spring hinge: No

  • Pupil to pupil distance: 3" (75mm)

  • Lenses: None

  • Head size: Average to wide

  • Optical quality: Yes, Budget quality

  • Drawstring case and lens cleaning cloth included

Note: If you're buying these for your own RX, we work side by side with an online lab called ReplaceALens.com that charges wholesale prices for lenses that we recommend to all our eyewear buyers. Visit their website. They never turn down any of our optical frames. Our frames are guaranteed incase the lab damages them while they install your lenses. No other optician would give you such a promise. Only RetroFocusEyewear.com does. Tell them Desi sentcha from Retro Focus Eyewear.

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