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Kid’s Glasses: Choosing Eyeglasses and Frames for Children


Older children may prefer wire frames or a more adult look. In addition, children wearing hearing AIDS need thinner skeletons to adapt to hearing technology.
The following are some examples of kid's eyeglasses.
Durability and Safety of Kid's eyeglasses
Durability is highly important when considering eyeglasses for children: glasses are likely to break when children tug on them, sit on them, and otherwise play roughly while wearing the eyeglasses. In addition, safety must be considered. Children should always wear polycarbonate lenses, which are shatter-proof and safer for young eyes.
Claire soft frames which fit a child’s individual face. The frames have no hinges or screws to lose or break. The frames cannot be bent out of shape or break when sat on, slept on, or otherwise mishandled by young eyeglass wearers. These frames will not shift as a child runs, jumps, or plays roughly.

Cara eyeglass frames which reduce the likelihood of injury to the eye area. An adjustable band keeps the eyeglasses secure and centered, so the child’s vision is always clear. The bridge of the eyeglasses is designed to fit the anatomy of young children, who typically have flatter nasal bridges than adults. In addition, the flexible frames mold to the child’s individual face better than rigid frames.

Rex glasses that are “kid tough.” These eyeglasses do have hinges. These glasses offer a smaller wire-rim frame, however, and are a good option for children who need thinner eyeglass frames due to wearing hearing aids or cochlear implants.

Carl, durable and adjustable children's glasses. These glasses are only available online, and would make a great back-up pair of glasses for a child.
Glasses for kids: The Warranty
Warranty is very important for children's glasses. Vlookoptical offers a one-year warranty on their glasses: Having a warranty is very important because children can break or lose glasses many times during the year. Valuable assurance for parents of positive children!


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