Titanium/Metal

Let us introduce you to the world of luxury Metal eyewear. You will find conservative, classic, unique and eclectic styles. Metal frames come in many different materials including: aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, zinc, copper, beryllium, gold and silver. Finding eyeglasses with the qualities that are most important to you is as simple as choosing a frame material: each one comes with its own unique set of strengths that makes it distinct.Titanium - a silver-gray metal that's lightweight, durable, strong and corrosion-resistant. It has been used for everything from the Gemini and Apollo space capsules to medical implants such as heart valves. Ticral alloy - a combination of titanium and other metals, such as nickel or copper. Monel - a mixture of any of a broad range of metals. It is malleable and corrosion-resistant, usually plated, with palladium or other nickel-free options. Beryllium - a steel-gray meta. It resists corrosion and tarnish, making it an excellent choice for wearers who have high skin acidity or spend a good amount of time in or around salt water. It's also lightweight, very strong, very flexible Stainless steel - stainless steel frames are light weight, have low toxicity and are strange,many stainless steel frames are also nickel-free and thus hypoallergenic. Most stainless steels contain anywhere from 10 to 30 percent chromium, which imparts an excellent resistance to corrosion, abrasion and heat. Aluminum - lightweight and highly corrosion-resistant. Aluminum is used primarily by high-end eyewear designers because of the unique look it creates. Aluminum is not only the world's most abundant, but also the most widely used, nonferrous material. Pure aluminum is actually soft and weak, but commercial aluminum with small amounts of silicon and iron is hard and strong. Solid silver and gold or sterling silver - used as a trace element in metal alloy frames, and is often used as a jewelry-like accent. Wood and bone - usually handmade, one-of-a-kind pieces that satisfy a specialty niche. Although stiffer and less adjustable than other frame materials, wood and bone redeem themselves as frame materials because of their unique look and beauty.Eyewear can be produced in a variety of materials and colors. Browse them all and see which you fall in love with.

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