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Eyeglass Temple Lock
Temple Locks:  Eyeglass temple locks are used as  an aid in keeping glasses in place on the wearer. Although temple locks don't always prevent glasses from slipping downward, they often delay or reduce the slippage.

The temple locks slide onto the ends of eyewear frame temples and are positioned behind the back of the wearer's ears.  When not needed, the temple locks are easily removed and may be reinserted many times.

Temple locks serve a similar function as silicone or metal based cable temple ends.   An advantage of temple locks over cable temples is that they are removable, whereas cable temples ends are not.

Temple locks are typically made of silicone, are available in a limited number of sizes, and come in a variety of colors. Silicone temple locks are a relatively new optical accessory and are widely available.



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