Pond Round Frames

Pond Round Frames

Amy's not the only one who loves these
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Nice Round frames for our Doctor Who Lovers.  A unisex Harold Lloyd-ish round, not to big, not too small.

 

*Pond* $65. Running out and not getting these back in. Only a few pair left in Dark Tortoise.

In the episode 'The Angels Take Manhattan', Amy Pond is seen wearing similar frames, and I found her absolutely adorkable in them. Long temples, wide bridge (it's why they kept slipping down Amy's nose :)) A unisex Harold Lloyd-ish round, not to big, not too small. Only available here, at Retro Focus Eyewear.

SPECS:

  • Frame width: 5" (127mm)

  • Frame height: 1 3/4" (43mm)

  • Frame material: Acetate

  • Lens width: 1 3/4" (43mm)

  • Lens height: 1 1/2" (39mm)

  • Hinge to hinge width: 4 7/8" (122mm)

  • Bridge (DBL): 23mm

  • Temple length: 5 3/4" (145mm).

  • Spring hinge: Yes

  • Pupil to pupil distance: 2 5/8" (65mm)

  • Lenses: Aspheric

  • Head size: Average

  • Optical quality: Absolutely

  • Note: If you're buying these for your own RX, choose 'no lenses', in the 'Strength' selection box.

  • Note: 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. Their prices are 2/3rds less than your local neighborhood optical shops. Visit their website. They never turn down any of our optical frames. Our frames are guaranteed with a free replacement or refund in case 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.

  • Protective case and lens cleaning cloth included with every order.

Reading glasses have always been viewed as an afterthought. Though with my help, this will change, and pretty soon, for every pair of shoes in your closet, will be a pair of matching readers...... Styles that are way too cool for your local drug store.

Do what you want, wear what you like...that's what I'm here for.

I'm all over the place.

It's all good.