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You missed a loop. Two, in fact, on each end of the glasses holder cord. Bend the elastic loop in half and put one arm of the glasses through both loops of the "8" formed by the bent loop. For stability, put the neck loop end closest to the frame hinge. The second loop nearer the ear hook is a stabilizer to hold the position on the arm you choose. Like ...


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I would try some Sugru in black. Sugru is a silicone clay you can buy at Amazon or at Target, for example. You could take a small piece of it and use it to secure the loop to the glasses. Since it’s black in color, it should be undetectable and keep you looking fashionable. It’s quite durable; I used it to repair a flexible dongle wire and it’s ...


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Use your favorite search engine and look for monitor screen privacy filter or similar. They are plastic sheets which you apply to the monitor (easily removable and re-appliable countless times) and they do exactly what you want. The person in front of the computer sees the proper image on the screens, everyone else will see black screens. Even a person ...


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Use the polarizing filter of the monitor itself. I suggest trying the following with an old laptop or LCD monitor first. After dismantling, remove the outer layer from the monitor. Now the monitor is completely blank, and whatever is displayed invisible to the naked eye. Find, make, or buy a frame for glasses, cut the shapes of the glasses out of the ...


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I think you're going to have to buy new lenses to fix your problem. I have seen this kind of haze before on other people's lenses and I believe it comes from either setting the glasses down with the lenses touching some surface or from rubbing something slightly abrasive or oily against them, such as when drying or cleaning them (e.g. tee shirts). I agree ...


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The question appears to be But what if the manufacturer's case can fit only the eyeglass itself, and is too small to fit eyeglass with bubble wrap? If the bubblewrap is too thick, then use something thinner to protect the glasses. They are usually supplied with a small soft cloth inside the case. Wrap the glasses with that, and/or a larger piece of soft ...


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You have already taken every reasonable precaution to ship the eyeglasses safely and securely. Where there is some space you wish to fill, small pieces of loosely-crumpled paper can be used to absorb shock. The crumpled paper isn't messy as styrofoam plastic peanut dust or lint from cloth. Good luck.


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Not an answer as such - you already have that from Stan - but a suggestion too long to put in a comment. A couple of years ago I was doing dome home renovation work and knew that my glasses were going to be necessary - but also would be in harm's way all the time. Coincidentally, at around that time, I had asked my optician about multi-focal contact lenses ...


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Depending on country, specific optician's office etc, things may differ, of course. However, considering the ease of adjustment, they are quite likely to do it for free, especially if they do not happen to be very busy. I know this because my mother had this experience several times - she has severe myopia, which progressed over time. She was nicely ...


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Fill glass spritz bottle... rubbing alcohol (3 parts). 2 drops dish detergent. top off with water.


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The silicone loop slides from the wide part of the arm towards the narrow part of the arm. So you can secure the loop to the glasses as mml suggested, using Sugru or silicone or some other substance. Another option is to place a "stopper" just behind the silicone loop, as shown in the picture below: The "stopper" could be a small blob of hot glue (my ...


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I had the same problem with my thin wire frames. I tighten the screws but the lens still popped out, one easier than the other. I removed the screws and lenses and went to my garage and used a medal file to try and file off a little of the thickness of the female side of the lens that received the screw. My hand file didn't seem to be doing much so I pulled ...


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