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Zeelool Mixed Material Frame Glasses
What Are Mixed Material Glasses?
Mixed material glasses are made of different materials, such as a combination of metal and plastic parts, these materials can be used in the frame, the temples, and the nose bridge of the glasses, the purpose is to increase the durability, flexibility, and various styles. The mixed material eyeglasses also can mix wood material and carbon fiber for a more unique look.
What are the materials used in the glasses frame?
The materials used in mixed material glasses frames are different, including metal, plastic, wood, carbon fiber and other materials. The purpose is to play the best advantages of each material to create comfortable, flexible, durable, and beautiful mixed material glasses:
Metal parts, such as stainless steel or titanium, can be used in the frame or temples to provide strength and durability.
Plastic parts, such as acetate or nylon, can be used on the frame and temple tips to provide flexibility and comfort.
Wood parts can be combined with frames and temples, to add natural beauty and unique texture.
4.Carbon fiber material
Carbon fiber parts can be used for their lightweight and high strength feature.
Mixed material glasses can combine other materials such as leather, rubber or silicone to achieve their functional or decorative qualities.
What mixed materials can be made into eyeglasses?
Mixed material making for eyeglasses can include the following common combinations:
Metal and plastic:
Using a mix of metal (e.g., stainless steel, titanium, etc.) and plastic (e.g., acetate, TR90, etc.) to create eyeglass frames can combine the stability of metal with the lightness of plastic.
Metal and Acetate:
The mix of metal and acetate can create stylish, durable and lightweight frames.
Metal and wood:
By mixing metal and wood (e.g., bamboo, oak, etc.), unique eyewear frames are created that display a natural and fashionable style.
Metal and Carbon Fiber:
Using a mix of metal and carbon fiber composites can provide excellent strength and lightweight properties while increasing the durability of your eyewear.
These mixed-material eyeglass frames can offer a greater variety of designs, greater durability and comfort to meet the needs and individual preferences of different people.
Are mixed material frame glasses durable?
Yes, mixed material frame glasses can be durable. The durability of mixed material frames depends on the specific materials used and their quality. Combining materials such as metal and plastic or metal and acetate can enhance the overall durability of the frames. Metal provides stability and strength, while materials like acetate or TR90 contribute flexibility and impact resistance.
Are mixed material frames heavier than other types of frames?
The weight of mixed material frames can vary depending on the specific combination of materials used. Generally, mixed material frames may be slightly heavier than frames made from a single material such as full plastic or full metal. However, the weight difference is often minimal and may not be noticeable during regular wear. The overall weight of the glasses can also be influenced by factors such as frame design, thickness, and the specific types of materials used.
Do mixed material frames require special care or maintenance?
Mixed material frames typically do not require any special care or maintenance beyond what is recommended for standard eyeglasses.
Are mixed material frames suitable for people with metal allergies?
Mixed-material frames offer the flexibility to incorporate non-metallic materials such as acetate or TR90 into the frame structure, which are hypoallergenic and usually do not cause allergic reactions. However, if you are allergic to a specific material, you can choose a completely non-allergenic frame material.
Can mixed material frames be adjusted for a better fit?