- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 8.9 x 1.3 cm ; 49.9 g
- Item part number: Nose-1.8mmClear*10pairs
- ASIN: B00IK60XH6
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 4 August 2014
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1.8mm Non-slip Silicone Nose Pad for Eyeglasses 10 Pairs -White/Clear Color
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Selection of high-quality imported soft silicone material, made use of advanced technology, non-slip comfort when worn, not easy to yellow, better durability and corrosion resistance with easy yellow color, etc., nose and paste to make contact with the skin surface frames is not easy sliding. At present, the market various brands of plate frames tend to be large box sweeping design; nose stickers can be a good solution like wearing plate frames but suffer from the bridge of the nose or nose width can not hold up glasses trouble. The nose pads and very simple to use adhesive prior to use, be sure to washed and air-dry or wipe clean, then paste the operating parts of the nose pads to avoid residual water stains, oily and dirty glasses nose pads position trace, because of the stickiness and persistence of residues on direct impact. Nose and paste before the paste operation, please do not immediately open the glue surface, should be the amount you need to paste the location of, decided that a good adhesive position and then torn off stickers directly on the sticky. Try one operation adhesive nose pads adhesive side is not secondary operations, and to do so would greatly reduce the adhesive firmly. There are two adhesive method: The first is: adhesive coated Apply to parts of the original nose pads shorter frames, stickers when large tracts of part of the booster role, paste it into the frame nose pads lateral, small pieces of reinforcing part is over and affixed to the inside of the nose pads to elevate and growth of the nose pads effect. Second: single-sided adhesive Applicable to a wide frame of the original nose pads site, you need to tune the narrow frame. Paste with scissors before subtracting the nose pads and a small piece of reinforcing part torn off stickers, large tracts of part affixed to the nose pads lateral to the role of non-slip and padded nose pads.
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I got the black for my black sunglasses and clear ones for my regular brown plastic frame glasses. I should mention that a lot of dark frames still do have light nose pads built into them so do check your frames before assuming brown or black frames need darker pads.
I got both the 2.5mm and the 1.8mm. And to be honest there's not much of a difference in terms of thickness. So I'd rather stick to the 2.5. It provides some support for my big plastic frame that keeps touching my cheeks all the time. I notice a small gap between the frame and my cheeks after sticking on the 2.5mm. Not a huge lift but good enough (esp now it's non-slip). Would be great if I can find even thicker ones though.
The thicker wing of the pad fit ok on the side against the nose. The smaller flap to be folded over to the inner side of the frame's pad fit well but unfortunately for my frame's case it extended over to the dark brown portion of my frame so it looked conspicuous and awkward. So, I used a small scissors and started trimming it down but eventually decided to cut the whole inner flap off, and luckily, the support/lift hasn't been compromised. It looks much better without the inner flap, which really is more visible than the bigger flap against the nose as others can notice it not only from the front but also from the side so it has to blend well. It's probably not a major issue for some frames though.
Overall, if I compare these with my other glasses with screwed on nose flaps, I can honestly say these don't look any different/weirder.
Not happy with these anymore. Not worth the money if you have to change every week.
I am Asian, so I have a smaller nose bridge than others. My plastic framed glasses sit on my nose such that my eyelashes touch the lenses and get them dirty. They also sit lower on my face so that the top of the frame is ALWAYS in my view. Hated it.
These pads worked really well. It's a temporary solution because the pads don't stay on forever, but it's fairly cheap for a set of two so for me it's worth it. My first pair of pads lasted me a 3 weeks during which I washed my lenses gently with water and soap twice, and walked around in rain a few times. They stayed on. My glasses are now pushed up and outwards enough so that my lashes don't touch the lenses anymore and I don't see the top of my frames when looking straight. They also prevent the glasses from sliding down your nose because the rubber is nice and grippy. I haven't worn them when I've gotten particularly sweaty, so I'm not sure if the sweat from face would make the rubber slippery. I usually wear contacts when I know I'm going to sweat, so it's not a problem for me.
The pads are more translucent than clear or white. You can definitely tell it's on your glasses when you take your glasses off and look at them, but when they're on your face it's very hard to tell. I wore mine with my pads around the first couple days, and my boyfriend didn't even notice :). But then again, it might be the kinds of frame I have. I wish I could upload a picture here but they only let us upload videos.
I would recommend everyone to try this - it's super cheap, so it's worth a shot. I'm going to go ahead and buy myself a few more pairs of these so I have a nice stash. It's easy to change, just peel the pads off, rub your frames a little with your finger or with a damp cloth to get the leftover glue off, and then stick your other pads on. Oh, one more thing, MAKE SURE YOUR GLASSES ARE CLEAN WHEN YOU PUT THE PADS ON. The pads won't stick if there is any face oil or face lotion remnants on the frame. I'd recommend washing the frames with warm water and dish detergent before applying the pads. It'll help get rid of all the grease and stuff that the glue won't stick to.