Flexible Temple for Spectacles
The invention relates to a flexible temple for spectacles which separate at the bridge area (3), which consists of a narrow, elongate part, the ends of which are coupled to the frame (2), and which is closed at the rear of the head, and made up of a flexible structure with three specific, differentiated areas, at the ends and central portion, including: respective semi-rigid sections (11), which correspond to straight sections of the temple at the ends thereof, corresponding to the portion at the temples of the wearer; and a flexible central area (12), corresponding to the remainder that surrounds the head at the rear, with a higher degree of flexibility than that of the semi-rigid sections (11) which allows the temple (1) to be bent until the spectacles can be inserted in a case such as not to project from the space taken up by the frame (2). The semi-rigid sections (11) are made of polymer, and the flexible central area (12) is made of elastomer.
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Published patent application
Disclosure date: 03-05-2014
Publication date: 03-16-2016
Applicant: EYEWEAR FROM BARCELONA S L, ES
Inventor: CABRÉ OZORES ALEJANDRO, ES
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