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Arlington Optical

Arlington Optical

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Category: Optical Stores, Eye Doctor

1756 W Lane Ave
Columbus, OH

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  • Generally speaking, full frame glasses are suitable for all the people. Half frame glasses will be lighter and more fashionable. While if your lenses are too thick, it may be not suitable for you. Personally, I think half frame glasses is better, because it has lighter weight and will not increase the burden of my nose.

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