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The frameless design of rimless eyeglasses make they look ultra modern, but these eyeglasses that seem to float in the middle of your face aren't such a new trend. In fact, they have been around as early as the 1800s. The first rimless monocle was designed by Austrian inventor, J.F. Voigtlander, a century later, the rimless format was adopted for eyeglasses; changing the pince-nez design, in which eyeglasses are attached to the nose bridge, forever. The design and construction of today's rimless glasses are much sturdier than years ago, and they are much more preferred by many because of their seamless structure.

There are, however, some pros and cons to using rimless eyeglasses. Consider the following things when deciding to go frameless:


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Pros:

  • Wearing rimless eyeglasses is like putting on nothing at all. Most people don't like wearing prescription glasses because they think that having a glass frame across their face makes them look old. Others don't like the fact that the frame interferes with their normal vision. Rimless eyeglasses make your eyewear look less obvious and can even make you look more sophisticated and elegant.
  • Rimless glasses are cost-effective, although prices vary considerably, depending on the brand and manufacturer. With good shopping knowledge and access to the best online sources, you can certainly get excellent value for a pair of rimless eyeglasses.
  • Frameless eyeglasses are extremely lightweight, which makes it easier to sport your eyewear all day. Metal frames and even plastic ones can cause a good amount of strain on your nose and ears, whereas lightweight rimless eyeglasses rarely leave any marks or strain where they press down on your nose. They are more comfortable option because of their unique design.

Cons:

  • They are more prone to breakage and damage. Because they lack the sturdy framed construction of traditional eyeglasses, rimless eyeglasses tend to be more fragile, which means you need to take extra care, especially when they are not in use or when you are expected to do more physical activities like sports, for which you will probably need specialized frames to ensure your safety. The price range for rimless eyeglasses varies widely. While they can be quite expensive because of their specialized design and construction, it is not difficult to find great deals online. Nevertheless, a quality pair of rimless eyeglasses is always a good investment, if you want to experience its many benefits over framed eyeglasses.
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