Is a frame model name and number needed to find a replacement eyeglass case?


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You do not need a frame's model name and number in order to purchase a replacement case. Many eyeglass cases can accommodate a variety of frames, though it is a good idea to take the measurements of the glasses in question before ordering a new case.

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If ordering a new eyeglasses case online, check the product's description; most often, both the interior and exterior dimensions of the case are listed. Cases tend to come in two shapes: one that is relatively flat, to hold wire-rimmed and slimmer frames, and another that is thicker, to accommodate larger glasses, such as those with oversized plastic frames. Slim cases are around 1 inch thick, while thicker ones tend to range from 2.5 to 3 inches in thickness.

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