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    Anonymous The Man Loves to Chop 'Em.

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    Just finished a custom job, drill / mount new lenses to member's Why 8... Turned out perfect, what do you think? @Weestenosis

    Custom Drill OO Red Ir Polar to WHY 8 - OOredPolarWhy8.jpg
     
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    Anonymous Land of the Gods and ....Molon Lave

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    It looks amazing
     
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    Anonymous Me ,some time ago.............

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    Always wondered how good a +Red or ruby would look in Dartboard or other frameless 'number.
     
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    Anonymous Guest

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    Can't wait.
     
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    Anonymous Guest

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    Those look pretty sick!
     
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    Anonymous Disciple of X-Metal

    As described...perfect.
     
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    Custom Drill OO Red Ir Polar to WHY 8 - 20151207_234314-1.jpg
    Looks amazing but seems like too small on my big face....
     
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    Some of the advantages of rimless frames are that you can adjust the frame's width by changing the width of the lenses, and you are free to cut the lenses into whatever shape you think looks best on your face. The difficulty lies in trying to decide what looks best ...
     
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    Anonymous The Man Loves to Chop 'Em.

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    That's what the good stylists are for... I always recommend private practice, and ask your friend who they recommend. @Weestenosis actually pulls these off well for having a less narrow face. Imo.
     
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