Why Choose Metal Frame Glasses?
A durable, sturdy frame material for glasses, the metals use to make EBD eyeglasses include titanium and stainless steel. Steel metal frames are similar to titanium but typically have fewer color options from which to choose.
Titanium Metal Frames
Titanium alloy metals and titanium by itself make some of the most long-lasting, durable frames available. With strength capabilities equal to stainless steel, titanium is a beautiful shade of silver that is resistant to corrosion. Lightweight and classic, titanium metal eyeglass frames offer an exciting variety of colors, patterns and textures. People prone to suffering pressure spots behind their ears and on their nose bridges love the lightness of titanium frames. In addition, if you have a skin allergy to nickel, titanium is a great choice for you, since it is hypoallergenic and won't cause skin irritation.
Stainless Steel Metal Eyeglass Frames
An alloy of chromium, steel or other elements, stainless steel typically contains between 10 to 35 percent chromium, which gives stainless steel strong heat-, abrasion- and corrosion-resistant qualities. Durable, lightweight and hypoallergenic, stainless steel frames provide a sleek, high-end appearance to eyeglasses suitable for work, leisure and evening activities.