# What do sunglass size numbers mean?

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The numbers beneath the frames reflect the SIZE MEASUREMENTS in millimeters (mm). THE FIRST NUMBER (ex.54) = the width of the lenses. THE SECOND NUMBER (ex.15) = the distance between the lenses. THE THIRD NUMBER (ex.140) = the length of the temple arm including the portion going behind the ear.

## What does +3 mean on glasses?

What do sunglass categories mean?

VLT Category Lens Tint
80-100% None or very light tint
43-80% 1 Light tint
18-43% 2 Medium tint
8-18% 3 Dark tint

## How do I know my sunglass size?

You can measure the distance between your temples to find the perfect sunglass size for your face. Start by looking into a mirror and then placing a straight ruler so it is lined up with each temple. Measure the distance across your face, from one temple to the other. That distance is the best frame size for your face.

## What does 140 mean on sunglasses?

Finally, the third number is a three-digit number that is 140, which represents the temple length. It is the length of the stems of the frame that rests upon your ears. It can be measured from the frame hinge to the end tip of the temple. The range of the temple length in most cases varies from 120 mm to 150 mm.

## What does 135 glasses mean?

Your glasses size is made up of 3 numbers that indicate measurements in millimeters, such as “45 20-135.” The first number will be the eye size, which measures the width of 1 lens. The second number indicates the bridge width, or the distance between the lenses.

## Is minus 3.5 eyesight bad?

Generally, the further away from zero (+ or -), the worse the eyesight. A number between +/-. 025 to +/-2.00 is considered mild, a number between +/-2.25 to +/- 5.00 is considered moderate, and a number greater than +/- 5.00 is considered severe. Eye prescriptions can change over time.

## What is the standard size for Ray Ban clubmaster?

The Ray-Ban Clubmaster RB3016 is the most popular, classic Clubmaster. The RB3016 currently comes in two different lens sizes, 49mm and 51mm.

## What does size E and W mean in sunglasses?

(W) is for Western Nose Bridge, best for a larger, wider fit around the nose. Designed for those with a higher nose bridge. This typically fits the average nose in the US/Europe/UK. (E) is for EasternNose Bridge, best for a smaller, narrower fit around the nose.

## What sunglasses fit my face?

Ideofit is powered by a sophisticated augmented reality (AR) technology which allows smooth transitions between models and amazingly quick fitting of glasses to your face. Trying sunglasses prior to buying them in the comfort of your home is no longer impossible.

## What is standard glasses size?

The length is usually 135, 140 or 145 millimetres. Lens height: Lens height measures the size of the lens vertically, that is from the top to the bottom of the lens. Although sizes may differ depending on the brand, the standard size is somewhere between 32 and 38 millimetres.

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## What size is 55 in glasses?

Small to Medium: 50-52mm. Medium to Large: 52-55mm. Large to XL: 55+mm.

## What does size 55 glasses mean?

The numbers beneath the frames reflect the SIZE MEASUREMENTS in millimeters (mm). THE FIRST NUMBER (ex.54) = the width of the lenses. THE SECOND NUMBER (ex.15) = the distance between the lenses. THE THIRD NUMBER (ex.140) = the length of the temple arm including the portion going behind the ear.

## How do I read my sunglasses Code?

They’re measurements. The first number (e.g. 52), is the width of the lenses. The second number (e.g. 20) is the distance between the lenses. And the third number (e.g. 135) is the complete length of the temple arm, which includes the portion that goes behind your ear.

## Is eye size the same as PD?

Does PD affect frame size? Your PD has no effect on the size of your eyeglass frame. The PD number influences the shape of your lenses, but not the frame.

## How can I tell what type of glasses I have?

Your type of vision problem will determine the shape of your lens. You’ll need a concave lens (curves inward) if you’re nearsighted. A convex lens (curves outward) will help if you’re farsighted. If you have astigmatism, your cornea is shaped wrong, so your lenses may be more like a cylinder.