Burke - Black

DETAILS

Frame: Full Shape: Round Gender: Men | Women Material: Metal PD: 64 - 78 Bifocal: Yes Progressive: Yes

DIMENSIONS

  • 55 mm
  • 2.17 in
  • 20 mm
  • 0.79 in
  • 140 mm
  • 5.51 in
  • 54 mm
  • 2.13 in
  • 151 mm
  • 5.94 in
  • 54 mm
  • 2.13 in
Weight: 10g (0.35 oz),
is Lightweight Frame
 

DESCRIPTION

Glassesshop Burke Round eyeglasses are made of polished and sophisticated metal material, coming with Black and Golden, featured with adjustable nose pads and acetate temple tips, they are only 10.5g, brings very comfortable wearing experience and perfect for most of people in office or at home. Computer eyeglasses and reading eyeglasses both are available.

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Burke - Golden
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OVERALL RATING:
5/5
  • Milky Color: Black Size: M
    June 15, 2019
    I like these glasses! The small down sides are that I wanted them in 56mm it said they were 55mm but they were really only 54mm and I prefer a lower nose bridge. The nose bridge is not there fault though and not being 56mm. It's just the style. But it is hard to find my style. But they did measure it a millimeter under anyway, which is a mistake. I worked for an exspensive glasses company and most were not as well finished and strong as these one. These are hard to bend, which is a double edged sword. They are harder to break but they are harder to bend to fit. Even the nose bridge is hard to bend. Also, the company in general did a good job with my prescription. The pair in the pictures I bent to fit me but they come perfectly straight. And perfectly clean. The price is amazing. I would say this is AT LEAST on par with a Vogue pair, if not better. Those would be about $120-$90 for just the frame and no prescription. This with a prescription was about $30 each (I got 2 for $60) The prescription separately would be at least $200 (and that would probably even with a $75 associates discount).
  • Milky Color: Black Size: M
    June 15, 2019
    I like these glasses! The small down sides are that I wanted them in 56mm it said they were 55mm but they were really only 54mm and I prefer a lower nose bridge. The nose bridge is not there fault though and not being 56mm. It's just the style. But it is hard to find my style. But they did measure it a millimeter under anyway, which is a mistake. I worked for an exspensive glasses company and most were not as well finished and strong as these one. These are hard to bend, which is a double edged sword. They are harder to break but they are harder to bend to fit. Even the nose bridge is hard to bend. Also, the company in general did a good job with my prescription. The pair in the pictures I bent to fit me but they come perfectly straight. And perfectly clean. The price is amazing. I would say this is AT LEAST on par with a Vogue pair, if not better. Those would be about $120-$90 for just the frame and no prescription. This with a prescription was about $30 each (I got 2 for $60) The prescription separately would be at least $200 (and that would probably even with a $75 associates discount).
  • Milky Color: Black Size: M
    June 15, 2019
    I like these glasses! The small down sides are that I wanted them in 56mm it said they were 55mm but they were really only 54mm and I prefer a lower nose bridge. The nose bridge is not there fault though and not being 56mm. It's just the style. But it is hard to find my style. But they did measure it a millimeter under anyway, which is a mistake. I worked for an exspensive glasses company and most were not as well finished and strong as these one. These are hard to bend, which is a double edged sword. They are harder to break but they are harder to bend to fit. Even the nose bridge is hard to bend. Also, the company in general did a good job with my prescription. The pair in the pictures I bent to fit me but they come perfectly straight. And perfectly clean. The price is amazing. I would say this is AT LEAST on par with a Vogue pair, if not better. Those would be about $120-$90 for just the frame and no prescription. This with a prescription was about $30 each (I got 2 for $60) The prescription separately would be at least $200 (and that would probably even with a $75 associates discount).