Glasses rimlocks :

What's the rimlocks of glasses ?

It's one small part which could be usually found by the side of rims, they are usually cut into upper and below two parts, and fixed together by screws in order to hold the lenses in rims firmly. It helps the temples to be soldered onto rims firmly as well, so in most of metal frames, you could find it under the connecting position between temples and rim.


Usually made of nickel alloy or titanium.

Could it be used in any material of glasses ?

nickel glasses, stainless steel sunglasses, tiantium frame, metal and acetate combination frames etc,while in full plastic frames, they are not necessary.

Popular Sizes ?

1.8mm to 3.0mm thickness, 2.0mm to 3.5mm height.

Others: screws are enclosed free when you buy them in our company. 

Is custom work available ?

Sure, MOQ:10,000 pairs for nickel material, 2000 pairs for titanium material.

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