Thanks to its modular system, the ErgoFlexx Individual lets your optometrist fit you with your individual frames in just three steps, but with a choice of 6,180 different combinations. This makes having frames fitted just as easy and comfortable as wearing the glasses when they're finished.
Step 1: The type of glasses
Here, you select the type of glasses you require:
Nylon glasses: Nylon glasses are extremely lightweight. A nylon thread hidden in the lenses holds the glasses. The result is the look of a partially rimless pair of glasses.
Rimless glasses: Rimless glasses are also extremely lightweight and interfere the least with the appearance of your face. They look both elegant and very fashionable. HighIndex plastic materials now give people who need strong prescription glasses the choice of rimless glasses.
There is a choice of five shapes when selecting the right spectacle lenses, and versions for women and men in different sizes and colours.
Step 2: Extremely comfortable on the nose – choosing the bridge
To have your glasses sitting perfectly and comfortably on your nose, you can choose between three different bridges in the second step. This means, no pinched noses when the glasses are being worn. For narrow or wide faces, the perfect fit on the nose is important.
Step 3: More than just looks - choosing the right temples
In the third and last step, you decide which temples you would like for your new frames. You are free to choose from five different lengths and four different colours. And the best thing is that with the temple click system your optometrist can change the temples very easily.
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