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2nd entry : Link eyewear
This invention adopts the application of the buckle joint concept of securing the temple to the frame front for eyewear. The tip of the frame front is shaped like a 'fork' which is secured to the temple by sliding it through the groove of the temple and firmly securing the frame front to the temple. This application makes the holding of the lens much more secured than the conventional method. No soldering is done, no screws are required and no tools are needed to assemble or dismantle it.
Components are: frame front made of stainless steel, injection-moulded plastic temple tips and silicone nose pads.